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Poster Session: Workforce Development and Education: Programs and Tools to Build the Future Planetary Community

Tuesday, March 14, 2023, 6:30 PM
Town Center Exhibit Hall

Scully J. E. C.* Hudson T. L. Lowes L. L. Mitchell K. L. Nash A. E. et al.
Cole S. B. Aubele J. C. Farrand W. H. Lu S. Lynch K. L.* et al.
Vision for the Mars Exploration Rovers Portal to Observations, Resources, and Tools to Advance Legacy Science (MER PORTAL) [#1302]
The MER PORTAL will ensure that researchers with no connection to the mission have what they need to find and analyze MER data.
Beaudoin G. M.* Shupla C.
Planting Seeds: A New Professional Development Ecosystem for Planetary Science [#2531]
This presentation reviews the ongoing activities, future plans, and scope of LPI’s new professional development program for early career scientists.
Zacha Z.* Williams K. Brown B. H. Cardenas E. Gomez T. et al.
Unbounded Learning Environments as an Approach to Preserving Design Flexibility Demonstrated with NASA STEM Enhancement in Earth Science (SEES) Students [#1601]
NASA summer students utilizing publicly available info and unbounded learning exercise in order to emulate building a lunar workspace upon the surface of the Moon.
Cabalceta M. S. Meier M. L.* Thompson A. Baker A. Marshall A. et al.
GeoSPACE: An Approach to Accessible and Inclusive Planetary Science Education. [#2871]
The fields of planetary science and geology aim to learn/educate about our solar system. It is important to focus on accessibility and inclusivity in the fields.
Olgin J. G.* Pennington D.
Application of Model Based Reasoning Techniques to Improve Data Quality with NASA GLOBE Observer and NASA SOLVE Products [#3007]
Application of model based reasoning to improve data quality from community scientist pertaining to atmospheric sciences.
Crotti S.* Pascual J. Puriené V. Foing B. EuroSpaceHub Team 
EuroSpaceHub Academy: Training the Space Entrepreneurs and Astronauts of Tomorrow [#1431]
Introducing a new way of conceiving analog missions for the training of entrepreneurial and innovation skills in aerospace students and young professionals.
Breitenfeld L. B.* Glotch T. D. Grandfield T. Peritore B. Shen W.
Educational STEM Outreach at Stony Brook University: Building the Pipeline from Kindergarten Through College [#1782]
We introduce our organization “Graduates for Education and Outreach.” We present our educational philosophy, current efforts, and future goals.
Losiak A.* Baranowska M. Gajewska K. Król P. Serafin K. et al.
Mars Yard Design During the European Rover Challenge (ERC) 2020-2022 [#2330]
We make geologically realistic Mars Yards to develop planetary geology skills among future space engineers.
Kárpáti Sz.* Hargitai H. Bérczi Sz. Gucsik A.
Competition-Based Teaching Method in the Planetary Science: Implication for Discovery of Mars [#1356]
This study intends to describe a new competation-based teaching method, which is used for Mars.
Schreiner B. P.* Gross C. Jaumann R. Neesemann A. Postberg F. et al.
Virtual Reality: Visualisation of Mars Image Data from HRSC, CTX and HiRISE for Public Outreach and Research [#2620]
Virtual reality based on Mars image data (HRSC, CTX, HiRISE) showing Jezero Crater and surrounding area.
Mezilis J. A.* Houge M.
Processing High Fidelity Sounds of Mars with EDLCAM Microphone [#2792]
Stellar sounds of Mars! / But the data was noisy... / Now it is pristine.
Gemma M. E.* Villa M. Emmart C. Trakinski V. Smith R. L. et al.
Planetary Science in OpenSpace: All-in-One Visualization [#2596]
OpenSpace is a NASA-funded, open-source interactive software designed to visualize planetary science and astronomical data at all scales in the known universe.