55th DPS Meeting

Abstracts & Proposals

55th Annual Meeting of the Division for Planetary Sciences joint with EPSC
San Antonio, Texas & Virtually Anywhere
1 – 6 October 2023


Every presentation at DPS meetings is accompanied by an abstract no more than 2,250 characters long that describes the research being presented. Meeting attendees wishing to present — whether via a talk or a poster — must submit a proposed abstract by the set abstract deadlines.

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A workshop is a focused meeting, typically with a small group of invited participants, usually on an educational, programmatic, or career topic. Workshops are typically collaborative and interactive. Examples include tutorials on use of astronomical software, and tools related to scheduling and data analysis for observatories and missions. Formal Working Group meetings for observatories and missions are usually scheduled as Workshops.

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Splinter Meetings

Splinter Meetings are science or programmatic meetings that may be scheduled by organizations or groups usually in parallel to scheduled DPS sessions. These will usually require separate meeting space and may require A/V support, and/or catering.  

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