AASTCS 8: Habitable Worlds
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The Nexus for Exoplanet System Science (NExSS), a NASA research coordination network devoted to the study of habitability and detectability of life on exoplanets, is pleased to announce a virtual workshop on Habitable Worlds 2021. This workshop is generating input from the astronomical community, culminating in a synchronous online meeting the week of 22-26 February 2021. The goal of the workshop is to identify opportunities and obstacles to cross-disciplinary collaboration on the questions of what makes planets habitable, and life on them detectable. Attendees need not have participated in the pre-meeting activities to attend the February meeting. For more information on the meeting history and pre-meeting activities, please see: http://nexss.info/community/workshops/habworlds2021
We look forward to seeing you at the workshop 22-26 February!
Workshop Science Organizing Committee:
Steve Desch, Arizona State University (Chair)
Dorian Abbot, University of Chicago
Daniel Apai, University of Arizona
Paul Byrne, North Carolina State University
Shannon Curry, University of California, Berkeley
Dawn Gelino, Caltech/IPAC-NASA Exoplanet Science Institute
Hilairy Hartnett, Arizona State University
Natalie Hinkel, Southwest Research Institution
Seth Jacobsen, Michigan State University
Hannah Jang-Condell, NASA HQ
Paul Kalas, University of California, Berkeley
Stephen Kane, University of California, Riverside
Aki Roberge, NASA HQ
Cayman Unterborn, Arizona State University