2020 OOIFB Town Hall - Lightning Talk Application
The Ocean Observatories Initiative Facilities Board (OOIFB) will host a Town Hall during the 2020 Fall AGU Meeting. The Town Hall will be virtual and is scheduled for December 8th from 10:00 am to 11:00 am EST. The community will have the opportunity to hear the latest information about the OOI facility, meet the OOIFB members, and learn about research using OOI data. The new OOI Data Explorer tool will be demonstrated, the exciting activities of the OOI Data Labs education program will be featured, and early career scientist activities will be highlighted.

The Town Hall will include a series of lightning presentations where scientists are invited to present one slide in one minute explaining how s/he has used (or plans to use) freely available observatory data in their respective research. In this Town Hall we will expand beyond OOI, and encourage users of other observatories to also share their experiences in applying observatory data in their respective research. We hope you will consider presenting a slide in the lightning session.

Time during the Town Hall is limited and we expect to be able to schedule about ten lightning talks during the Town Hall. However, we are excited to announce that all submitted lightning talks will have the opportunity to be presented during the Fall AGU meeting! The OOIFB has teamed with the OOI booth exhibitors to offer a time slot during the meeting to highlight the lightning talks.

If you are using observatory data (OOI, NCAR, NEON, etc.) and wish to present a lightning talk please sign up using the form below. Please apply no later than November 22, 2020.
Name *
Affiliation: *
Email Address: *
Phone Number:
Please indicate your career level: *
Please provide a brief description (one sentence) of your lightning slide. *
Which observatory/array does your lightning talk apply to (Check all that apply) *
Might you also be willing to present your lightning talk at the OOI Exhibit Booth on Wednesday, December 9th between 6-7 pm Eastern Time? *
AGU Registration Fee - All participants and presenters of the OOIFB Town Hall must be registered for the 2020 Fall AGU Meeting. Funding is available to offset the registration fees for students and early career scientists (ECS) from US institutions who are presenting a lightning talk . Funding is limited and the first 20 student/ECS applications will be considered for reimbursement. If you wish to request funds for reimbursement of registration fees, please indicate below: *
Please click the "SUBMIT" button below - Thank you!
Time during the Town Hall session is limited, but we hope to accommodate as many lightning slides as possible. Annette DeSilva will contact you to confirm your participation and provide additional information about the slide format.
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