Peripheral Meetings and Events
Peripheral meetings and events are also available on the personal schedule tool.
Tuesday, March 17
LPSC Technology Lunch —
Tuesday, 12:00 to 1:15 PM, Grogan's Mill
The goal for the LPSC Technology Lunch is to allow gathered participants to discuss planetary technology-based topics and to facilitate future collaborations. Example topics include: image processing, image matching, mapping software and techniques, stereo imaging, machine and deep learning, ISIS3 and VICAR, NAIF and SPICE, PDS, web standards, and data formats. For notes from the various topics covered last year, please see: http://bit.ly/TechLunchLPSC2019 NASA Planetary Science Division (PSD) R&A Town Hall —
Tuesday, 12:00 to 1:15 PM, Waterway 4
Representatives from NASA Headquarters will give a status update followed by a Q&A session. Next Generation Lunar Scientists and Engineers Workshop on Communicating Your Science to the Public —
Tuesday, 12:00 to 1:15 PM, Waterway 5
Interested in improving how you communicate your science to the public? Need better ways to engage a public audience? Then this workshop is for you! The Next Generation Lunar Scientists and Engineers group will be hosting a workshop on how to effectively present your science and engage with an audience during public outreach events. We will have a panel of experts discussing strategies and techniques for conducting engaging and effective public engagement activities. Q&A and open discussion time will follow. All are welcome!