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Johnson, Natasha M. (GSFC-6910)

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Welcome to your March Venus Listserve news:

 

1.       Venus sessions at LPSC – next week!!

2.       2023 NASA Planetary Science Summer School Applications Due March 27, 2023

3.       Postdoc at Wesleyan University (Sample Analysis of Venus relevant materials)

4.       Conference listings (not comprehensive)

                20 Mar 2023: PLANET-ESLAB-2023 (Netherlands)

                9 May 2023: International Envision Venus science workshop (Berlin, Germany)

                21 May 2023 Japanese Geoscience Union Meeting (Chiba, Japan) 

                30 July 2023: AOGS Venus Session (Singapore)

 

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54th Lunar & Planetary Science Conference, 13-17 March 2023, The Woodlands, Texas (hybrid)

https://www.hou.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2023/

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LPSC Venus oral sessions

Venus 1: Mantles Lithospheres and Atmospheres, Oh My! 2:15-5:25pm Tuesday, March 14

Venus 2: A Surface by Any Other Name… 8:20-11:30am Wednesday, March 15

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LPSC Venus poster sessions

In-person: Venus: The Heat is On; Tuesday, March 14, 6:30pm

iPosters/Gather.town: Venus: The Heat is On; Wednesday, March 15 6:30pm

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Other Venus meetings at LPSC:

Venus Early-Career Lunch. 3/13 after AM session; registration closed

Early-Career Mixer. 3/14 5-7pm (more likely 5:30-6:30 between sessions and posters) Opposite the New Frontiers 5 meeting

VEXAG Town Hall 3/15 11:30am-1pm

Venus exploration strategy community meeting 3/16 2-4pm

 

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2023 NASA Planetary Science Summer School Applications 

(Due: March 27, 2023)

Offered by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, CA, PSSS is a 3-month long career development experience to learn the development of a hypothesis-driven robotic space mission in a concurrent engineering environment while getting an in-depth, first-hand look at mission design, life cycle, costs, schedule & the inherent trade-offs.

 

Science and engineering doctoral candidates, recent Ph.D.s, postdocs, junior faculty, and certain master’s degree students, who are U.S. Citizens or legal permanent residents (and a very limited number of Foreign Nationals from non-designated counties), are eligible. There is no charge to attend, travel stipends are available, and applicants from diverse backgrounds are particularly encouraged to apply.  Diversity, equity and inclusion are important to us, and we strive to create a welcoming environment where participants’ contributions and unique perspectives are valued. 

 

Session 1: Preparatory Sessions May 11-July 28.  Culminating Week with JPL’s Team X July 31-August 4

Session 2: Preparatory Sessions May 25-August 11.  Culminating Week with JPL’s Team X August 14-18

 

With workload of a rigorous 3-credit graduate-level course, participants act as a planetary science mission team during the first 10 weeks of preparatory webinars, with the final culminating week mentored by JPL’s Advance Project Design Team for refining the mission concept design & presenting it to a mock expert review board.  The culminating week is planned to be at JPL.

 

Applications are due March 27, 2023. A recording is available of the informational Q&A session.

go.nasa.gov/missiondesignschools

 

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POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE IN VENUS SURFACE MINERALOGY, WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY

https://careers.wesleyan.edu/postings/9388

 

Prof. Martha Gilmore seeks a Postdoctoral Research Associate with expertise in mineralogy, petrology and/or geochemistry to undertake analysis of Venus relevant minerals and rocks to constrain weathering reactions on the Venus surface. We will examine chemical and mineralogical changes in relevant geological samples exposed to Venus conditions in the Glenn Extreme Environments Rig (GEER). Analytical techniques include FE-SEM, XRF, XRD, Electron Microprobe, VNIR and Raman spectroscopy. The work will also include the design, execution and analysis of experiments in 1-atm apparatus to mimic Venus surface conditions in the lab at Wesleyan.

 

The position has been approved for 3 years. Anticipated start date is no earlier than July 1, 2023. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. Applications received by March 24, 2023 will be given full consideration.

 

For more information, please contact mgil...@wesleyan.edu and see the Planetary Science Group and the Earth & Environmental Sciences 

Department:  https://www.wesleyan.edu/planetary/ and https://www.wesleyan.edu/ees/

 

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Additional Conference Listings 

•  PLANET-ESLAB-2023 Understanding planets in the solar system and beyond, 20-24 March 2023, ESA-ESTEC, Netherlands (hybrid)

The event's goal is to unite the communities involved in our fleet of planetary and exoplanetary science missions by exploring their synergies. 

 

•  International Envision Venus science workshop, 9 - 11 May 2023, Berlin, Germany

https://atpi.eventsair.com/2023-envision-workshop/

The workshop objective is to bring the science community and participating space agencies together to present and discuss the EnVision mission preparation, and how it will contribute to Venus, planetary and exoplanetary science in the coming decades.
 

•  2023 Japanese Geoscience Union Meeting (JPGU) meeting will be held 21-26 May 2023 in Chiba, Japan (hybrid)

https://www.jpgu.org/meeting_e2023/ 

The Venus session will be held on Tuesday: https://www.jpgu.org/meeting_e2023/sessionlist_en/

To attend, you need to be JPGU member or an AGU member.

 

•  AOGS Session PS14: VENUS – Evolution of the Interior, Surface, and Atmosphere

The session will be held during the 20th Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) Annual Meeting on July 30 - August 4 in Singapore.

https://www.asiaoceania.org/aogs2023

 

 

 

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