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2014 CEDAR Workshop

Sunday-Thursday 22-26 June 2014

University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Theme for 2014: CEDAR Grand Challenges

  • 2015 CEDAR Workshop at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA 21-25 June (Sunday through Thursday)


Registration for the 2014 CEDAR Workshop

Register Here Registration Deadlines: Students- 16 May and Regulars- 30 May - poster abstracts due 16 May

Agenda (has links to workshop pages and will have links to final .pdfs)

2014 Workshop Materials

Poster Sessions

NEW in 2013: links to poster .pdfs. (See Meriwether example at the end of http://cedarweb.hao.ucar.edu/wiki/index.php/Help:Uploading_Files for an example of how to upload a .pdf file to the CEDAR wiki.) NEW in 2014: Judges want .pdfs of student posters in competition to be linked to the IT or MLT poster lists the Friday before the annual workshop. Other poster presenters are encouraged to upload their posters also for archive purposes. This is not required of students in competition (yet).

Individual Workshops

Please upload .pdfs of the .pptx talks to your workshop web page. Naming the file is easiest as described in the Meriwether example found at the end of http://cedarweb.hao.ucar.edu/wiki/index.php/Help:Uploading_Files and remember your speakers can upload their talks also using their webnames. A final summary put at the end of your webpage is also due for printout in the CEDAR Post at the end of the summer.

  • Friday 14 March for CEDAR workshop conveners to request workshops on-line. See also the Guidelines for Workshop Conveners at CEDAR Workshops. New in 2014 is the possibility of being selected as a "Grand Challenge Workshop" which is a multi-year workshop with an associated tutorial speaker slot at the meeting.
    • List of proposed workshops.

Workshop conveners must address and consider the following issues:

  1. CEDAR Science Challenge: Should address the 2013 CEDAR Workshop Theme: Identify and address the grand challenges in the science disciplines that fall into the CEDAR domain. Sessions should identify a particular science challenge and outline an approach to meet it. Please specify:
    1. how the associated questions will be addressed
    2. what resources exist, are planned, or are needed,
    3. how progress should be measured.
  2. Workshop Justification: Should address the science priorities in the field of aeronomy and space physics for the upcoming decade described by the 2012 Decadal Survey for Solar and Space Physics from the National Academy of Sciences. See

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