17 August 2020
Preregistration is now open for the 2020 CIG Community Workshop: Advancing Our Understanding of Earth Dynamics in CIG IV. The workshop will be held over 3 days, Tuesday-Thursday, 13-15 October 2020. We anticipate starting in the morning hours Pacific Daylight Time and meeting virtually for ~4 hours each day. This virtual workshop is the latest in a series of planning activities leading up to CIG IV, and aims to bring together the geophysics community to address the science that drives computational geophysics and the development of state-of-the-art software.
You must preregister to attend [preregister]. A zoom link to complete the registration process will be sent to pre-registrants in mid-September. Upon final registration, attendees will receive a unique meeting login valid for the entire 3 day workshop.
Please note the following guidelines and deadlines for contributing presentations to the meeting. We are asking for community contributions for 2 different type of talks:
- Idea Talks. Idea Talks should answer the question, “What would I like CIG to do in CIG IV?”. Contributions should be in the form of a short abstract (<1 page) that describes the challenge addressed and proposed approach. Idea Talks will be presented during the plenary sessions. DEADLINE: 4 September 2020
For full consideration, please send your contributions before the deadline to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Poster Talks. Poster Talks are posters and a 5 minute pre-recorded presentations on science, technology, infrastructure, and outreach. These will be posted on figshare. Presenters will have the opportunity to sign up for a time slot for Question and Answer sessions scheduled for before and after the formal program of each day. DEADLINE: 4 October 2020.
For more information and the latest meeting information, please see the meeting website which is also available from our home page geodynamics.org.
Looking forward to your contributions in making this a successful meeting.
Lorraine, on behalf of the Organizing Committee: