SIPWork VI – Final Announcement
The Sixth Solar Information Processing Workshop (SIPWork VI) is fast approaching. Important information concerning your attendance at SIPWork VI is contained below.
We want to try something different at this SIPWork meeting: Challenges in Solar Image and Information Processing. We want you – the SIPWork community – to present what you see as challenges in solar image and information processing, and to suggest solutions to those challenges. What’s acceptable? Anything within the broad range of topics addressed by the SIPWork meetings, and anything you think we should be talking about. There are a couple of ideas in the document to start it off. Please add your own, or comment on the ones there, and send it back to the Science Organizing Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org). The “Challenges” document can be found here (in Microsoft Word format) and here (in Open Document Format). The Science Organizing committee will compile your responses, and present this document for discussion at the workshop in a short meeting. Your feedback is crucial!
Finally, please note that you will not be given a full conference booklet at the meeting. If you require one, please print one out before you leave for Bozeman. The full conference booklet can be downloaded from here.
The booklet acknowledges our sponsors – NASA Living with a Star, National Science Foundation (Solar Division), the European Space Agency and Montana State University – and contains
- Workshop schedule
- Venue, Presentation, Local and Yellowstone Tour Information; information on the venue, guidelines for talks and poster contributions, and on Bozeman – including transport, maps and Montana State University.
- Guide to restaurants close to the Workshop venue.
Any updates to the schedule will be made available online via an updated conference booklet. If you have any questions concerning SIPWork VI, please contact the Science Organizing Committee as soon as possible. We look forward to welcoming you to Bozeman.
SIPWork VI Local and Science Organizing Committees.