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2019 CoRP Science Symposium

University of Maryland, College Park, August 27-29, 2019

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The new Cooperative Institute for Satellite Earth System Studies (CISESS), formerly known as CICS, is hosting this year's NOAA NESDIS Cooperative Research Program (CoRP) Science Symposium at the University of Maryland on August 27 to 29. The CoRP Science Symposium is an opportunity for NESDIS/STAR’s Cooperative Institutes and Science Centers to communicate ongoing remote sensing research and applications.

The Symposium is part of a larger strategy to promote federal and academic partnerships. It targets multidisciplinary research with a focus on graduate students, post-docs, and early-career scientists. Undergraduates are welcome to participate as well. The Symposium also highlights research and application development within NESDIS and its Cooperative Institutes and Cooperative Science Centers, which include CIMSS, CIRA, CISESS (at Maryland & North Carolina) and NOAA-CREST.

We encourage all students and young scientists to submit an abstract for the conference. Everyone who sends us an abstract will get to present (oral or poster) at the Symposium.

The presentations should address the themes of the Cooperative Institutes and the Cooperative Research Program (CoRP) of NESDIS' Center for Satellite Applications and Research (STAR):

currently_flying_sat__LEFTSatellite Science
  • Satellite Meteorology Research and Applications
  • Satellite Sensors and Techniques (Calibration and Validation)
  • Satellite Observing Systems
  • Algorithm and New Product Development

Data Science

  • Software Development
  • Data Intensive Science/Cloud Computing
  • Data Distribution

Earth System Science

  • Environmental Models and Data Assimilation
  • Regional to Global Modeling Systems
  • Data Assimilation of Satellite Products

Applied Science

  • Research to Operations and Applications
  • Societal and Economic Impact Studies
  • Climate-Weather Processes

Other areas of interest for each of the CIs are listed at https://www.star.nesdis.noaa.gov/star/corp_organizations.php

Award_MontageAbstracts are due on Monday, July 29th. We will notify you whether you will be a speaker or presenting a poster on August 10th. Registration closes on August 23.

Awards will be given for:

  • Presentations: 1st Place, 2nd Place & 3rd Place

  • Posters: 1st Place, 2nd Place & 3rd Place

Register and/or Submit an Abstract

 

Hotel Information

For those of you who are traveling from other states to Maryland for the Symposium, we have secured a guaranteed rate of $124/night at the local Marriott Courtyard Greenbelt. Your reservations must be confirmed by July 29, one month before the Symposium. Use this link to make your reservations:

             Book your group rate for CoRP Science Symposium

Marriott Courtyard Greenbelt, 6301 Golden Triangle Dr , Greenbelt, MD 20770, 301-820-6004, Pool, Fitness Center, Free Wireless

 

If you have any questions about any aspect of the CoRP Science Symposium, please contact  Debra Baker, CISESS Conference Coordinator at drb@umd.edu, 301-405-5397.

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