Congratulations to Milad Mozayyani, our latest certificate recipient!
Congratulations to our latest certificate recipient, Taylor Plattner!
Congratulations to our latest certificate recipient, Jordan McKaig!
Congratulations to Chase Chivers, our latest Astrobiology Certificate recipient!
Speakers: Dr. Ramses M. Ramirez, Assistant Professor at the University of Central Florida Department of Physics – Planetary Sciences Group
Dear Astrobiology, Origins, and Space Enthusiasts,
The ExplOrigins early career group invites you to join the 2022 Exploration and Origins Colloquium on Febuary 17th–18th, 2022!
General registration and abstract submission are through this form. All Early career individuals are highly encouraged to submit abstracts, due by the end of the day on January 28th.
We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Amy Mainzer will be one of our plenary speakers. Dr. Mainzer has done amazing asteroid research and telescope component engineering along with astronomy outreach to children, so be sure to register for the colloquium to hear her talk!
This colloquium will have events on two days: a poster session on Feb. 17th and talks on Feb. 18th. The posters session and talks will be held in person at Georgia Tech, and the talks will have a virtual viewing option. Our aim is to highlight work involving space exploration, biological, geological, and astronomical origins, and astrobiology from any field in the Atlanta area. Through this colloquium, we hope to:
- Forge relationships between diverse individuals of various fields, experience levels and backgrounds
- Expand our internal awareness of local work and innovations
- Encourage collaboration and interdisciplinary understanding
- Provide a professional growth opportunity for early career individuals including undergraduates, graduates, and post-docs
Past submissions have come from Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Biology, Physics, Mathematics, and multiple engineering and other departments. We are also continuing our encouragement of a wide breadth of topics, with examples from previous years ranging across mathematical orbital dynamics modeling, the ancestral ribosome, mission architecture design, and early Earth atmospheres, and we hope to see an expansion of subjects in this coming year. If you’re not sure whether your work is related, submit it!
ExplOrigins’ inclusion of a wide breadth of topics joins our commitment for inclusion across race, gender, age, religion, identity, (dis)ability, sexual orientation, and experience.
If you have any questions regarding the abstract submission process, please email the conference organizers at email@example.com.
Thank you for your consideration. We hope to see you there!
The organizing committee
Christina Buffo, Chase Chivers, Rebecca Guth-Metzler, Jordan McKaig, Tyler Roche, Taylor Plattner, and Julie Yan.
Congratulations to Kavita Matange on completing the Astrobiology Graduate Certificate!
Dr. Frances Rivera-Hernández, lead for the Planetary Science & Astrobiology Seminar Series and Co-Director of the Astrobiology Graduate Certificate Program
Dr. Jennifer Glass, Co-Director of the Astrobiology Graduate Certificate Program