MSET

MsET Lunch & Learn – NASA’s Applied Sciences and Technology Program

Thursday Jan 13, 2011 00:00 - 00:00 CST

Herman Glazier Conference
Building
Room
Stennis Space Center, MS ,

Craig A. Peterson, Project Manager for NASA’s Applied Sciences Program, will present an overview of the NASA Applied Sciences Program, Gulf of Mexico Initiative. He will first describe NASA’s 2010 Science Plan and NASA’s strategic goal for earth science and the mechanisms by which the program will address societal needs. Background on the Gulf of Mexico Initiative will be presented, followed by a discussion on NASA’s solicitation, Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Science (ROSES), which addresses GOM issues. New possibilities for GOM research based on the recent oil spill will be presented. Finally, details on the 2011 ROSES call for proposals and NASA’s resources for supporting ROSES submissions will be presented.

Register for this event by clicking the “Register Now!” link found below. Seating is limited to 40 individuals and will be assigned on a first come, first served basis.

If you do not hold a Stennis Space Center security badge, please register for this event no later than Tuesday, January 11, 2011 in order to ensure that a visitor’s pass is authorized for you at the south gate security office in time for your arrival.

If you currently hold a Stennis Space Center security badge, please register no later than Tuesday, January 11, 2011. This helps us determine our numbers for lunch.

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If you have any questions on how to register or need driving directions, please contact Belinda Gill in our office. Belinda can be reached by email at belinda.n.gill@nasa.gov, or by phone at (228) 688-3144.

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