TESS workshop application form
The "Expanding the Science of TESS" workshop will take place 10-14 February 2020 on the campus of the University of Sydney. More information is available at https://tess.ninja.

(Banner image adapted by Adina Feinstein)

Last (family) name *
Your answer
First (given) names *
Your answer
Email Address *
Your answer
Primary or Home Institution *
Your answer
What is your career stage? *
What is your research area? (select all that apply) *
What TESS data products do you intend to use? (select all that apply) *
Do you identify as a member of a group historically underrepresented in physics and astronomy? *
Did you attend TESS Ninja 1 (March 2018, NYC) or TESS Ninja 2 (March 2019, Chicago)? *
Where are you primarily based? *
Will you need a formal invitation letter? *
(to apply for a visa, for example)
Project description *
Give a brief description of what you plan to work on at this workshop. Please be as specific as you can. If you can't be specific, at least give the scientific area or domain in which your interests reside. Examples: "testing the limitations of existing asteroid characterization algorithms with TESS data" or "developing techniques to measure stellar rotation in TESS FFI data"
Your answer
Technical and scientific skills *
What skills, knowledge, or data do you bring and how could you contribute to the projects of others? If you have specific knowledge or expertise or roles within the TESS project, be sure to mention this here.
Your answer
Things you would like to learn *
What subjects or skills or data sets would you like to learn more about at this workshop? Be as specific as possible. We will try to arrange break-out sessions for the most popular subjects.
Your answer
Things you could teach *
Do you have data, code, or methods for which you could lead (or participate strongly in) a breakout or discussion? Promoting useful open source software or data is permitted and encouraged.
Your answer
Other notes or requests
Anything else you want to add or ask?
Your answer
Code of Conduct *
Participants will be expected to follow the AAS Code of Ethics. Please read the code at https://aas.org/ethics, and then answer the question below.
Openness and Collaboration *
At this workshop, you will be expected to share ideas openly, and take on publication co-authors when others contribute significantly to your project. The collaboration policy is written in full at http://tess.ninja/three. Please read the collaboration policy and then answer the question below. Note that the policy has requirements that might be in conflict with agreements you have with other parties.
Travel Support *
Limited travel support may be available for a small number of attendees.
Attendance *
Please check all days you can commit to attending. Preference will be strongly given to those who can commit to all five days.
Please list any dietary restrictions
Your answer
How did you hear about TESS Ninja 3?
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service