Invitation and workshop details
As chairs of SC2.2 “Probing the Solid Earth and Its Interactions” we cordially invite all interested scientists – and especially early-career scientists and students – as well as stakeholders to this work- shop with the goal to discuss the science rationale of geodetic-geophysical in-situ measurements in Antarctica.
We will evaluate the challenges and benefits of utilizing respective infrastructure in dedicated, temporarily restricted projects as well as with a long-term prospect. For this, the international cooperation and coordination will get even more important especially when defining the most important scientific questions and developing new ideas to exploit synergies in a much better way than at present.
Mirko Scheinert and Weisen Shen
More information, including a preliminary agenda and application for travel support is available here
Location and Dates
Location: Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.
The workshop will be held at the Lory Student Center of Colorado State University, Fort Collins (CO), USA.
Dates: 29 September – 1 October 2022.
The workshop will start on September 29, afternoon, with pre-workshop side meeting and ice- breaker reception, and will end on October 1, late noon.
Dates & Deadlines
|Coming soon||Registration opens|
|30 August 2022||Last day to book pre-reserved accommodation at Hotel Hilton Fort Collins|
|5 September 2022||Last day to register and to apply for travel support (ECS)|
|19 September 2022||Final agenda|
|29 September 2022, ~6pm||Icebreaker reception|
|30 September 2022, 8:30am||Workshop opening|
|01 October 2022, ~2pm||Workshop closing|
Registration includes breakfast and lunch on 30 September and 1 October, coffee breaks, fees for venue and workshop administration.
It is anticipated – depending on the finally acquired funding – to reimburse the registration fee, at least for early-career scientists.
US$ 80 Regular registration fee
US$ 50 Reduced registration fee, holds for early-career scientists (undergraduate, graduate and PhD students, postdocs up to five years after PhD)
Details on the registration (web link and payment) will be given soon.
Lory Student Center, Colorado State University, 1101 Center Avenue Mall, Fort Collins, CO 80521.
The Lory Student Center is adjacent to the Natural Resources Building, which hosts the Department of Geosciences (400 Uni- versity Ave., Fort Collins, CO 80523).