Solar and Space Physics Decadal Survey White Papers Workshop #2:
Next Generation Advances in Ground-Based Solar Physics — A Decadal Preparation
February 22–23, 2022
This workshop is focused on organizing the writing of Solar and Space Physics Decadal White Papers on the solar ground-based instruments and facilities needed to advance solar and space weather research in the next decade and beyond. The major projects of past decadal surveys such as FASR and COSMO, as well as ground-based synoptic networks such as ngGONG, SPRING, and neutron monitors, will be presented to bring the community up to date on these efforts, but the workshop also provides the opportunity to discuss other ideas for ground-based platforms envisioned for the next decade to address outstanding solar and space weather science questions. Synergy with other parts of the solar-terrestrial system will also be explored.
Next Generation Advances in Ground-Based Solar Physics — A Decadal Preparation workshop abstracts were accepted for the following topics:
- Photospheric/Chromospheric Structure and Phenomena
- Coronal/Heliospheric Structure and Phenomena
- Paper-Writing Strategies and Overarching Science Topics
- Invited Talk: Select this option if you were invited by the Program Committee
Abstract authors: Please check the author index to see where presentations have been scheduled. Authors should also review their names in the online products and, if updates are needed, email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The workshop is scheduled to begin each day at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST). The virtual workshop will be delivered using Zoom for Government. Gather.town will be available for the poster session.
Oral presenters will share their screen and manage presentation slides during the workshop. Presenters will have the opportunity to test and become familiar with the Zoom for Government platform prior to the workshop.
Authors selected for a poster presentation will give one-minute, one-slide lightning talks on February 23 at 1:50 p.m. EST and will be featured during the poster session in Gather.town that will begin at 2:00 p.m. EST.
Poster presenters will have the opportunity to test and become familiar with the Zoom for Government platform prior to the workshop. An assigned moderator will manage all lightning talk presentation slides to expedite the workshop.
Lightning talk presentation file submission deadline — February 17, 2022, 11:59 p.m. CST
- Format requirement: PowerPoint widescreen (16:9) aspect ratio; save file as pdf
- File Name: last name_abstract #
- Send presentation pdf file to email@example.com
Poster presenters will also upload an electronic file of their posters (e-posters) prior to the workshop. The e-poster tool provides additional exposure by allowing attendees and others to view posters online and in Gather.town.
E-Poster submission deadline – February 17, 2022, 11:59 p.m. CST
To submit an e-poster:
- Log in to the abstract submission page of the meeting portal: https://www.hou.usra.edu/meeting_portal/abstract_submission/.
- Next to the listing of your Decadal Survey Workshop #2 abstract that was assigned to a poster, click on the e-poster link in the action column to go to the e-poster upload page.
- All e-posters must be submitted in pdf format.
- The maximum file size allowed is 10.0 MB.
- Use the browse button to locate the file containing the e-poster on your computer, acknowledge the copyright statement, click the “Submit” button once, and wait for the confirmation screen.
- You will receive a confirmation email with a direct link to your e-poster.
To view submitted e-posters:
- Visit the “View E-Posters” link on the meeting website. https://www.hou.usra.edu/meetings/decadalsurvey2021/eposter/
- Use the abstract search function to find a particular abstract. Abstracts with e-posters will have an additional link in the search result that allows you to view the associated poster.
To revise e-posters (before the deadline only):
- Return to the abstract submission page of the meeting portal and click on the e-poster link that appears next to the title of the abstract you submitted.
- Upload the revised version of your e-poster.
How to design an effective scientific poster is a helpful resource for poster presenters.
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