Juno Open Team Meeting Workshop – Galilean Satellite and Radiation Environment
October 7 - October 8
This is a Juno science team meeting open to those in the community (in-person) interested in working with the Juno data or contributing to the study of the Galilean satellites and their magnetospheric interaction/environment. The purpose is to encourage and help non-Juno scientists to work with Juno data, and to facilitate collaborations with those not on Juno. This website is for those only outside of the Juno team. Space may be limited and those registering will receive a confirmation email requesting further information required for their attendance and the location of the meeting.
The purpose of the workshop is to encourage and help non-Juno scientists to work with Juno data, and to facilitate collaborations with those not on Juno. The agenda includes invited talks with the purpose of providing background and reviews of outstanding topics relevant to Juno, Clipper and JUICE. The plan is for the workshop to be interactive with the majority of time dedicated to discussions and spontaneous presentations. In addition to the invited topic talks, attendees may submit abstracts to be considered for posters. Time will be allocated to poster discussions as well. This workshop is NOT intended to be conference-like with attendees listening to a series of short talks with little time for interaction and discussion. Scientists interested in working with Juno data and/or collaborating with the Juno team are encouraged to attend.