From: American Society for Gravitational and Space Research
Posted: Tuesday, April 9, 2019
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
35th Annual Meeting for the
American Society for Gravitational and Space Research
20 - 23 November 2019
Sheraton Denver Downtown, Denver CO
Deadline is 1 June 2019
We are pleased to issue a Call for Abstracts for the 35th annual American Society for Gravitational and Space Research (ASGSR) conference. The meeting will take place 20 - 23 November 2019 at the Sheraton Denver Downtown, Denver, CO. The annual ASGSR meeting provides a forum for the Life and Physical Sciences communities to meet and discuss their latest findings in gravitational and space research.
You are invited to submit an abstract electronically no later than 1 June 2019 (undergraduate - 30 June 2019) using the abstract submittal form and instructions posted at xcdsystem.com/asgsr. There is a $50 abstract submission fee. All submitted abstracts will be peer reviewed by the conference organizing committee. Accepted abstracts by authors registered for the conference are published in the meeting program. The program is distributed at the meeting and available online. Authors are strongly encouraged to submit a full manuscript to the Journal of Gravitational and Space Research (ASGSR's refereed journal). Abstract notification will be emailed to non-student authors no earlier than 15 August 2019.
The Middle/High School call for abstracts will happen later this summer. Please do not submit under this abstract form if you are a Middle/High School student.
EXAMPLES OF TOPICS FOR ANNUAL MEETING (flight and ground-based research):
Habitats, Habitability and Life Support
Development, Growth and Genetics
Translational Space Medicine – Bone, Muscle, and Immune System
Gravity Sensing and Neurophysiology
Regulatory Physiology – animals, plants
Structural Systems/Muscle Physiology
Education and Outreach
Space Biomedical Research
Spaceflight Countermeasure Research
Acceleration Environment and Effects
Interactions between Environmental Signals - such as Gravity, Light, Temperature
Suborbital Gravitational and Space Research
Microsatellite/Nanosatellite Gravitational and Space Research
Space Synthetic Biology
Hypogravity and hypergravity life and physical science research and analogs
Cis-lunar Research Concepts
Cellular and molecular bioengineering
Behavior and Neurophysiology
Spacecraft Fire Safety
Beyond Low Earth Orbit research concepts
Biophysics (e.g., fluids and biology)
Integrated Research – Physical and Biological Sciences
Rodent Spaceflight ResearchMicrobial communities
Please indicate your preference for either an oral presentation or poster in the submission process. All abstracts will be reviewed, and although the preference for an oral presentation will be honored to the full extent possible, please understand that typically more requests are made than are speaking slots available. The Conference Organizing Committee will make the final selections after the review process. Abstracts scheduled for poster sessions will be assigned poster board space. The area allotted for each poster will be 4 ft tall x 4 ft wide. Each oral presentation will have 15 minutes(comprising a 13 minute presentation with 2 minutes of Q and A).
ASGSR membership is not required for abstract submission, but meeting registration and attendance is required for oral or poster presentation and inclusion in the meeting program. Because of processing deadlines, the Program Committee will not be able to include an abstract submitted after the deadlines indicated above.
Students: There will be both graduate and undergraduate poster competitions for student abstracts accepted for posters. Society members will judge the poster competition. Monetary awards and certificates will be given during the student mixer, and recipients will also be recognized at banquet scheduled for Saturday, November 23, 2019. Students must be present to receive their award. Students participate in the competition by presenting their data to a series of anonymous judges during their scheduled poster session. Student competition winners will be encouraged to submit a short communication article to the ASGSR journal of Gravitational and Space Research. All students are expected to coordinate with their advisors when submitting an abstract for the conference.
For more information, please contact Emily Eicher at email@example.com
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