JPL Postdoc Research Day
The JPL Office of the Chief Scientist and Chief Technologist cordially invite you to attend the 2017 JPL Postdoc Research Day on August 16, 2017.
There will be over 70 posters on display in the following disciplines:
- technology, instrumentation and engineering
- astrophysics and space science
- earth science and
- planetary science and life detection.
This is your opportunity to meet with postdocs who are conducting research strategically important to JPL/Caltech and NASA.
The posters will be available from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Postdocs will be onsite to answer questions throughout the poster session.
This is an excellent opportunity to see first-hand the latest results from these early career researchers, and to learn more about the various postdoctoral fellowship opportunities available at JPL.
All students, postdocs, researchers and faculty are encouraged to attend.
Please RSVP by Noon on August 9 at:http://www.surveyshare.com/t/2017-JPL-Postdoc-Research-Poster-Conference so that we can plan our refreshments and transportation accordingly.
Location: JPL Mall Area - 4800 Oak Grove Dr., Pasadena, CA 91109
Transportation/Parking: The JPL/Campus shuttle is available to provide transportation to and from JPL on a specific schedule (this schedule will be sent to registered attendees). In addition, we will provide JPL Parking Permits to the first 20 people indicating in the RSVP that they are attending via car.
Check-In: JPL will provide event badges to visitors as they arrive. Required credentials: Foreign National visitors need to bring their passport; US visitors need to bring their driver's license; Green card holders need to bring their green card. Visitors are not allowed to go outside the event area at any time.
Food: Light refreshments are provided, and visitors are welcome to purchase sandwiches and other food items from the Rover coffee bar.
This event is co-sponsored by the Caltech Division of Engineering and Applied Science, the Caltech Center for Diversity Women Mentoring Women Program and the W. M. Keck Institute for Space Studies.