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GNSS Research and Application for Polar Environment (GRAPE)

GRAPE GNSS Antenna Princess Elisabeth Belgium webFollowing the cancellation of SCAR's OSC, an online workshop is being organised on topics related to the GRAPE Expert Group (GNSS Research and Application for Polar Environment) and to the proposed Programme Planning Group RESOURCE “Radio Sciences Research on AntarCtic AtmosphEre”. RESOURCE aims to gather the communities that investigate the polar atmosphere, with particular reference to Antarctica but with a bi-polar perspective, especially by means of radio probes into a common shared initiative.

The workshop will take place on 1-3 July 2020 at 13:00-15:00 GMT each day, via Google Meet. The link will be sent with the confirmation of registration. In order to participate, registration is mandatory, though free of charge.

The format of the online workshop will comprise a short opening plenary session on the state of the art of GRAPE and the potential offered by RESOURCE, with opportunities for questions, followed by presentations from three invited early-career researchers. On the second day, three parallel sessions are planned to highlight current gaps in data/knowledge, the next steps beyond the state of the art, and the potential of international collaborations to facilitate and support these next steps. Feedback from the parallel sessions will be presented by the session convenors during the third day's closing plenary session.

For full details of the workshop, including registration and details of the parallel sessions, please visit the workshop website.