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July 2019
 
July 2019
16 - 9AM-3PM - NASM - Apollo 11 Launch Celebration (Udvar-Hazy Center (no free parking))
 
    7PM - RSC - The History of Spaceflight over the Past Several Thousand Years
 
17 - 11AM - UMdCSS - Quantum Information Measures, Matrix Analysis and Recoverability
 
18 - 9AM-5PM - NASM - Apollo 50 Festival
 
    11AM - NASM - "Project Egress" Build
 
            UMdCSS - PhD Defense: Formality Style Transfer Within and Across Languages with Limited Supervision
 
    11:30AM - NOAA - Machine Learning Specific to Climate and Weather Applications
 
    noon - NOAA - Introduction to the Aviation Weather Center (AWC), National Weather Service, NOAA
 
                  Environmental DNA as a force multiplier: Cutting through hype and moving from potential to practice
 
    5PM - NASM - One Giant Leap: Space Diplomacy Past, Present, Future (ticket required; not at NASM)
 
    7PM - RSC - MoCo Makers Group
 
          HAL
 
 
19 - 9AM-5PM - NASM - Apollo 50 Festival
 
19 - 9AM-5PM - NASM - Apollo 50 Festival
 
     10AM-3PM - NASM - Discover the Moon Day
 
     10AM-3PM - NASM - Discover the Moon Day
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     7PM - MoCo Makers Group
 
     7PM - MoCo Makers Group
 
     7:30PM - ASG - VISIONS-2: Imaging ION ENERGIZATION IN THE CUSP
 
     7:30PM - ASG - VISIONS-2: Imaging ION ENERGIZATION IN THE CUSP
28 - 1PM -RSC - Linux / Unix User group
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28 - 1PM - RSC - Linux / Unix User group
 
29 - 6:30PM - UMdSoT - Engineering Good Fungi to Kill Bad Mosquitoes Quickly (registration)
 
29 - 6:30PM - UMdSoT - Engineering Good Fungi to Kill Bad Mosquitoes Quickly (registration)
 
August
 
August

Revision as of 16:25, 18 July 2019

See wiki.hacdc.org/index.php/Area_science_event_info for the "instruction manual" for this list. July 2019 19 - 9AM-5PM - NASM - Apollo 50 Festival 10AM-3PM - NASM - Discover the Moon Day 1PM - UMdCSS - PhD Defense: AI on a budget: Sequential Decision Making Problems with Resource Constraints 9:30PM - NASM - Apollo 50: Go for the Moon 10:30 - NASM - Apollo 50: Go for the Moon 11:30PM - NASM - Apollo 50: Go for the Moon 20 - 9AM-8PM - NASM - Apollo 50 Festival 8PM-2AM - NASM - "The Eagle Has Landed" Late-Night Celebration (some movies require tickets, others not free) 9PM - UMdObs - No Dark in Sight 9:30PM - NASM - Apollo 50: Go for the Moon 10:30PM - NASM - Apollo 50: Go for the Moon 11:30PM - NASM - Apollo 50: Go for the Moon 21 - 1PM - RSC - Linux / Unix User Group 3PM - RSC - Convolutions Neural Networks..... How a AI program recognizes a Dog from a Cat 22 - 10AM - UMdCS - Chromophoric Dissolved Organic Matter (CDOM) in the Open Ocean: Optical and Chemical Properties and their Relation to CDOM Structure and Source 23 - 1PM - NOAA - Effective Risk Communication Practices for Natural Hazards 25 - 11:30AM - NOAA - Light Detection and Ranging (Lidar) measured wind profiles from space - overview of Doppler lidar technology and comparison with current and future wind measurement capabilities 7PM - MoCo Makers Group 7:30PM - ASG - VISIONS-2: Imaging ION ENERGIZATION IN THE CUSP 28 - 1PM - RSC - Linux / Unix User group 29 - 6:30PM - UMdSoT - Engineering Good Fungi to Kill Bad Mosquitoes Quickly (registration) August 1 - 12:30PM - UMdCSS - PhD Defense: Ubiquitous Accessibility Digital-Maps for Smart Cities: Principles and Realization 7PM - RSC - MoCo Makers Group 2 - noon - UMdES - Clean air for some: Unintended spillover effects of regional air pollution policies 5 - 9PM - UMdObs - Cassini - Behind the Scenes of a Flagship Mission 6 - 8PM - STScI - Tiny Stellar Islands in a Big Old Universe 8 - noon - NOAA - 2018 State of U.S. High Tide Flooding with a 2019 Outlook 9 - noon - UMdES - NH3 and Halogens 20 - 9PM - UMdObs - Astronomy from 40,000 Feet: Observing Protostars with NASA's SOFIA Flying Observatory September 3 - 8PM - STScI - The Astronomer's Toolkit 18 - noon - NOAA - Assimilation of Satellite Microwave Observations in the Rainband of Hurricanes using a Novel Bayesian Monte Carlo Technique