UVCS 2000 Science Meeting
Map of Mount Desert Island
Location & Time
The UVCS 2000 Science Meeting will be held on 24 - 28 September 2000 at the historic Asticou Inn, Northeast Harbor, Maine on Mount Desert Island. Northeast Harbor is surrounded by Acadia National Park which offers some of the most beautiful scenery in the United States with its rocky shoreline and its coastal mountains. Bar Harbor, which is less than 30 minutes away by car, has restaurants, night spots, shopping and a myriad of recreational activities. The reception desk at the Asticou Inn will open at 15:00 on 24 September and the Reception and Opening Lecture will begin at 18:00. The scientific meeting will end at 12:30 on 28 September.
Registration & Hotel Information
Late September is a popular time to visit Down East Maine because it is the beginning of the fall foliage season. Please register for the meeting and make your hotel reservations as soon as possible. We request that you register for the meeting and pay by credit card (Master Card or Visa only) on the web at http://www.asticou.com/ or by mail and a check in US dollars to UVCS Science Meeting 2000, c/o Ms. Brenda Bernard, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, Mail stop 50, 60 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA 02138. Your reservation will not be completed until the registration fee is paid by credit card or we receive your check. More information about registration is provided later in this announcement.
Room reservations should be made directly with the Asticou Inn or, if space is not available, there are other hotels (provided later in this announcement) that are holding rooms for this meeting. We are holding about 40 rooms and suites at the Asticou. We need for you to make your reservations at the Asticou Inn no later than 1 August in order for us to hold the rooms. Because more than 80 people have indicated they will attend, we expect that all rooms at the Asticou will be committed very soon. More information about hotel reservations is provided later in this announcement.
If emergencies arise at the time of the meeting, you can call our EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBER at the Asticou Inn: (207)-276-3344, or 1-800-258-3373. Tell the receptionist that this is an emergency call for the UVCS 2000 Science Meeting, and we will try to assist you as soon as possible. Please use this option only for a real emergency.
Reception and Opening Lecture
The scientific program will begin on 24 September 2000 at 18:00 with an Opening Lecture by John Kohl entitled Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of the Extended Solar Corona: Past, Present and Future. This will be accompanied by a reception at the Asticou Inn. The reception will include passing food, wine, juices and soft drinks. It will be equivalent to a light supper.
Nearby Attractions Acadia National Park. Bar Harbor & Mount Desert Island Links .
The scientific research of the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory has reached a stage where most observations and analyses involve more than one SOHO instrument and often involve instruments from other spacecraft and ground observatories. This is especially true of UVCS where its spectroscopy is contributing to new insights into the nature of coronal mass ejections and high speed and slow speed wind acceleration. The UVCS data are being combined with data from EIT, LASCO, CDS, SUMER, and TRACE as well as data from Spartan 201, Yohkoh, Ulysses, ACE, Cassini, Galileo, the Mars Global Surveyor, various sounding rocket flights and ground based observations from HAO Mauna Loa, EISCAT, Meudon Observatory, Nancay Radio Telescope, Noveyama Radio Polarimeter, USNSO, VLA and several eclipse expeditions.
The Scientific program for UVCS 2000 emphasizes two primary themes: 1) Coronal Holes and the High Speed Solar Wind, and 2) Coronal mass ejections. The first full day of the meeting will comprise presentations describing both observational and theoretical progress toward the identification of the physical processes responsible for extended coronal heating and acceleration of the high speed solar wind. The third full day will describe the progress toward establishment of comprehensive empirical models of coronal mass ejections and insights into the physical processes responsible for their heating and acceleration. Coordinated CME observations are providing three dimensional flow velocities, particle densities and temperatures, the ionization state of the ejecta and elemental abundances. The meeting also includes presentations on the evolution of various coronal structures over the solar cycle and a session on the UVCS calibration and characterization. There will be posters that provide additional information on these and other subjects. The final morning of the meeting will provide summaries of workshop sessions on Coronal Holes and the High Speed Wind and on Coronal Mass Ejections. Participants are encouraged to come to that session prepared (with one or two transparencies) for in depth discussions. Everyone is invited to present a poster and participate in the workshop sessions.
Final Agenda for the UVCS 2000 Science Meeting:
|Sunday, 24 September 2000|
|15:00- 18:00||Reception Desk Open|
|18:00||Reception and Keynote Address: Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of the Extended Solar Corona: Past, Present and Future||John Kohl|
|Monday, 25 September 2000|
CORONAL HOLES AND THE HIGH SPEED SOLAR WIND
|Giancarlo Noci (Chair)|
|9:00||Announcements and Opening Remarks||Giancarlo Noci|
|9:10||Physical processes that heat and accelerate the high speed solar wind||Joseph Hollweg|
|9:50||Empirical models of polar and equatorial coronal holes||Mari Paz Miralles & Steven Cranmer|
|10:10||Non-Maxwellian velocity distributions in the corona||Steven Cranmer|
|10:45||In situ observations of high-speed wind from coronal holes||Thomas Zurbuchen|
|11:05||Minor Ions in the Corona and Wind||Ruth Esser|
|11:25||Gyrotropic models of the solar wind||Oystein Lie-Svendsen|
|11:45||On Ion Cyclotron Wave Resonance and Wave Spectrum Evolution in the Polar Corona||C.-Y. Tu|
|12:05||Wave-driven turbulence, cascade and dissipation: implications for coronal heating||William Matthaeus|
|12:25||Observational Guidance on Wave-Driven Models for Solar Wind Acceleration and Heating||Steve Spangler|
|14:00||Ion heating and acceleration by fast shocks||Lou Lee|
|14:20||The Kinetic Shell Model of Heating and Acceleration in Coronal Holes by Ion Cyclotron Resonance||Philip Isenberg|
|14:40||The effects of plasma dispersion and turbulence-driven ion cyclotron cascade on models of the fast solar wind||Xing Li|
|15:20||CORONAL HOLE AND HIGH SPEED SOLAR WIND WORKSHOP||Steven Cranmer (Chair)|
|15:20||POSTER SESSION||Danuta Dobrzycka (Chair)|
|Tuesday, 26 September 2000|
CORONAL STRUCTURES AND THEIR VARIABILITY
|Daniele Spadaro (Chair)|
|9:00||Announcements and Opening Remarks||Daniele Spadaro|
|9:10||Lyman alpha and O VI Variations from 1996 to present||Mari Paz Miralles|
|9:30||Quiescent Streamer Models||Giancarlo Noci|
|9:50||High Temperature Loop Above an Active Region Complex||Yuan-Kuen Ko|
|10:10||The SOHO-Sun-Ulysses Quadrature Campaigns||Giannina Poletto|
|10:45||Evidence of Polar Plumes in Ulysses Data||Daniel Reisenfeld|
|11:05||The Generation of Smooth High Speed Solar Wind from Plume-Interplume Mixing||Steve Suess|
|11:25||Polar Jets||Danuta Dobrzycka|
|11:45||Inner Solar Corona Revealed by Time Series Observations||Jing Li|
INSTRUMENT CHARACTERIZATION AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS
|Peter Smith (Chair)|
|14:00||Overview of UVCS Characterization Status||Larry Gardner|
|14:30||Time variations in UVCS XDL Detector Characteristics||Nigel Atkins|
|14:45||Variation of UVCS sensitivity with observed height||Peter Smith|
|15:00||Instrument Characteristics Affecting Line Profiles||Alexander Panasyuk|
|15:15||On the Consistency of Spectral Line Width Determinations||Akinari Nakagawa|
|15:45||Grazing-incidence Telescope-spectrograph for EUV Solar Imaging Spectroscopy||Giuseppe Tondello|
|16:00||Intensified Active Pixel Sensor (APS) Detectors for Photon Counting and Analog Imaging Applications||Joseph Davila|
|16:15||UVCS White Light Channel Calibration: Stray Light Correction||Marco Romoli|
|16:30||Comparison of the UVCS and LASCO C2 Polarization Brightness Measurements||Richard Frazin|
|16:45||New Diagnostics for Coronal Structures Using UV Polarimetry||Silvano Fineschi|
|17:00||UVCS Data Access and the SOHO Archive||Raid Suleiman|
|17:15||UVCS CALIBRATION Q & A||Peter Smith (Chair)|
|17:15||POSTER SESSION||Danuta Dobrzycka (Chair)|
|Wednesday, 27 September 2000|
CORONAL MASS EJECTIONS
|Leonard Strachan (Chair)|
|9:00||Announcements and Opening Remarks||Leonard Strachan|
|9:10||Survey of UVCS Observations of CMEs||Angela Ciaravella|
|9:28||Joint Analysis of LASCO/UVCS CME Observations||Angelos Vourlidas|
|9:46||EIT Observations of Coronal Mass Ejections: A Brief Review||Joseph Gurman|
|10:04||Current Sheets and Shock Fronts in CMEs||John Raymond|
|10:22||Characterization of a CME at 8 solar radii||Leonard Strachan|
|11:00||Coordinated Radio and Coronagraphic Observations of CMEs||Stephen Kahler|
|11:18||Evidence of Helical Structure in LASCO CMEs||Russell Howard|
|11:36||Correlation of CME Features with Interplanetary Magnetic Disturbances Observed by NEAR||David Rust|
|11:54||Modeling the UVCS Doppler Shifts in CMEs||Adriaan van Ballegooijen|
|12:12||Flux Rope Models of CMEs||Jonathan Krall|
|14:00||In Situ Measurements of CME Composition||Antoinette Galvin|
|14:18||Halo CMEs and Space Weather||Dave Webb|
|14:36||Predicting CME Arrival Times at 1 AU||Russell Howard & Nat Gopalswamy|
|14:54||Onset of the Magnetic Explosion in CMEs||Ronald Moore|
|15:12||Theoretical Classification of Coronal Mass Ejections||James Klimchuk|
|15:50||Magnetic Helicity, CMEs and Solar Dynamo Theory||B. C. Low|
|16:08||CORONAL MASS EJECTION WORKSHOP||John Raymond (Chair)|
|16:08||POSTER SESSION||D. Dobrzycka (Chair)|
|19:00||Banquet and Recognition of Martin Huber's Contributions to UVCS|
|Thursday, 28 September 2000|
|9:00||Summary of the Coronal Hole and High Speed Solar Wind Workshop||Steven Cranmer|
|10:45||Summary of Coronal Mass Ejection Workshop||John Raymond|
There will be a poster session throughout the meeting and all participants are encouraged to submit abstracts for contributed posters on the general topics of the meeting. Sub-topics for the discussion sessions will be selected from the contributed papers and other sources. Discussion Leaders will ask some participants to introduce sub-topics with short oral presentations. All participants are encouraged to take part in the discussions and to prepare one or two viewgraphs for presentation during the workshop sessions and during the discussions on the final day. For information about the poster session, please contact Danuta Dobrzycka at firstname.lastname@example.org. Information about the submission of abstracts is provided later in this announcement (see Abstract Deadline).
The deadline for the submission of abstracts for invited presentations and posters is 1 September 2000. We strongly encourage all participants to submit their abstracts via the world wide web using the template provided here. Authors who do not have electronic access should contact Raid Suleiman by email (click here) or at the following address: Center for Astrophysics, Mail Stop 50, 60 Garden Street, Cambridge MA 02138, USA to make special arrangements to submit an abstract by other means. Only abstracts with lead authors who have registered and for whom we have received the registration fee will be included in the program.
E-Mail & World Wide Web Access
A limited number of workstations will be available at the Asticou Inn for e-mail and World Wide Web access.
It is possible to pay the registration fee for the UVCS Science Meeting 2000 and purchase reception, lunch and/or banquet tickets for accompanying persons with credit cards (Master Card or Visa only). This can be done via the world wide web by contacting the Asticou Inn at http://www.asticou.com/. You can also register and pay by check by copying the registration form and sending the completed form and a check in US dollars made out to the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory to:
UVCS 2000 Science Meeting
c/o Ms Brenda Bernard
Mail Stop 50
Center for Astrophysics 60
Cambridge, MA 02138
A registration fee of $280 is being offered to those who pay by credit card before 15 August 2000 or send checks which are received on or before 15 August, 2000. After 15 August, the fee will be $340.
The registration fees are as follows:
|Credit card registration received at Asticou Inn by 15 August||$280|
|Check registration received at SAO by 15 August||$280|
|Late registration received after 15 August||$340|
The registration fee covers the following: Admission to all scientific sessions, refreshments at breaks, three buffet lunches, the opening reception, the conference banquet, and conference materials. Possible arrangements for the workshop proceedings are still being discussed, but the associated costs for any copies are not included in the registration fee. We can not guarantee participation in the reception, lunches or banquet if arrangements are made after 15 September.
Accompanying persons can make arrangements to attend the reception, lunches
and the banquet. We suggest that these arrangements be made when scientific
participants register for the meeting. We can not guarantee participation
by accompanying persons in the reception, lunches or banquet if arrangements
are made after 15 September. The fees for accompanying persons are as follows:
|Opening reception (includes 2 glasses of wine)||$46.00|
|3 lunch buffets||$69.00|
|Lobster banquet (includes 2 glasses of wine)||$49.00|
The total accompanying person package is $164.00. They can also choose any combination of the three items (i.e., (1) the Opening Reception, (2) the 3 lunches, and (3) the Banquet). Please see the applicable line items on the registration form.
Cancellation applications received by Ms Brenda Bernard (by telephone at 617 495 7051, by e-mail at email@example.com, or by mail at Center for Astrophysics, Mail Stop 50, 60 Garden Street, Cambridge MA 02138) or credit card cancellations received by the Asticou Inn (by telephone 207-276-3344 or (800) 258-3373) on or before 15 August 2000 will be entitled to a full refund minus a $30 handling charge. Participants who paid for registration via credit card will receive a full credit to their account minus $30 handling charge. Refunds will be distributed about 4 to 6 weeks after the meeting. Cancellations received after 15 August or those who do not appear at the meeting, thereby canceling by default, will not be eligible to receive any refund. We regret that a more lenient policy can not be accommodated within our contractual arrangements. Acknowledgments confirming registration and ticket reservations and associated fees will be sent to participants.
The meeting reception desk will open at 15:00 on 24 September, 2000 in the lobby of the Asticou Inn, and will remain open until 18:00 that evening. It will reopen at 7:30 on 25 September and remain open until 17:00. It will be open from 8:00 until noon on the remaining days of the meeting.
SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
John Kohl (Chair)
Steven Cranmer (Session Organizer for Coronal Holes and the High Speed Wind)
Danuta Dobrzycka (Session Organizer for Coronal Structures and Their Variations and for the Poster Sessions)
Peter Smith (Session Organizer for Instrument Calibration and New Developments)
Leonard Strachan (Session Organizer for Coronal Mass Ejections)
LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
John Kohl (Chair)
Mari Paz Miralles
Local contact person is:
John L. Kohl, Center for Astrophysics, 60 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: (617) 495-7455
Discussions about possible publication of the results of the meeting are in progress.
The meeting will be held at the Asticou Inn in Northeast Harbor, Maine. Participants should contact the hotel directly regarding hotel reservations at (tel) 207-276-3344 or 1-800-258-3373. You can register on the web at http://www.asticou.com/, however, no reservations are finalized until you receive confirmation from the hotel. If all rooms are filled, the Asticou will provide a list of alternative hotels in the area. Participants should reference "UVCS Science Meeting 2000" in their reservation request.
The room rates are as follows:
double room $99.00 per night plus tax
suite $129.00 per night plus tax
Participants are encouraged to extend their stay at the Inn on the evenings of 28 and 29 September. However, no rooms are being held for us on those nights and so it is important to make reservations as soon as possible. The charges for those nights should be arranged with the hotel. Note that there is normally an additional $30.00 charge for Friday and Saturday night. Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out is 11:00.
All reservations should be made as soon as possible because there are a limited number of rooms at the Asticou. If reservations are not received by 15 August 2000, held rooms will be released and late reservations will be handled on a space available, non-group rate. Changes to reservations must be received 31 days prior to scheduled arrival. Any cancellations after that date will be subject to a one day room charge. Individuals will be responsible for room, tax, service, lounge, and incidentals. Master Card and Visa credit cards are accepted.
The following additional hotels are also holding rooms for the UVCS 2000 Science Meeting:
GREY ROCK INN in Northeast Harbor, Maine (Tel) 207-276-9360, (fax) 207-276-9894. The room rates are $125, $145 and $165 plus tax. All reservations should be made as soon as possible because there are a limited number of rooms at the Grey Rock Inn. If reservations are not received by 10 August, held rooms will be released and late reservations will be handled on a space available, non-group rate. At the time a reservation is made, a deposit is required. When calling to make reservations, please be sure to ask for "UVCS 2000 Science Meeting Room Block". The Grey Rock Inn is located in Northeast Harbor within a 5 minute walk of the Asticou Inn.
The Grey Rock Inn is a beautifully situated mansion overlooking Northeast Harbor and outer islands off Mt. Desert. Built in 1910 as a private residence, Grey Rock Inn has been a gathering place hosting many of the famous families that built their homes in Northeast Harbor. Grey Rock offers elegant rooms that are pleasingly decorated. Fireplaces are featured throughout the public rooms and many of the bedrooms, and all are rooms with a view.
Grey Rock is a seven minute walk to the picturesque village of northeast harbor with its
old-fashioned quality shops and also to the marina which is a famous yachting basin.
It is about a five minute walk from the Asticou Inn.
Route 3/198, North East Harbor, ME. 04662 http://www.greyrockinn.com
KIMBALL TERRACE INN in Northeast Harbor, Maine (Tel) 207-276-3383 or 1-800-454-6225, (fax) 207-276-4102. The room rates are $86 and $99 plus tax. All reservations should be made as soon as possible because there are a limited number of rooms at the Kimball Terrace Inn. If reservations are not received by 15 August 2000, held rooms will be released and late reservations will be handled on a space available, non-group rate. At the time a reservation is made, a 1 night deposit is required. Deposits can be sent by check, money order, or placed on a major credit card. Cancellation policy is three days' notice prior to arrival in order to receive a full refund. When calling to make reservations, please be sure to ask for "UVCS 2000 Science Meeting Room Block". The Kimball Terrace Inn is located in Northeast Harbor near the waterfront. It is about 10 minutes from the Asticou Inn by car and is within walking distance.
PARK ENTRANCE OCEANFRONT MOTEL
in Bar Harbor, Maine (Tel) 207-288-9703
or 1-800-288-9703. The room rates are $135 plus tax. All reservations
should be made as soon as possible because there are a limited number
of rooms available at the Park Entrance Oceanfront Motel. To make a
reservation, call the motel and be sure to ask for "UVCS 2000 Science
Meeting Room Block". If reservations are not received by 15 August 2000, held
rooms will be released and late reservations will be handled on a
space available, non-group rate. At the time a reservation is made, a
deposit is required. The motel is located near the center of Bar Harbor
on a 10 acre private peninsula with views of Frenchman's Bay from every room!
There are a Heated swimming pool, hot tub private beach, pier and shoreline
picnic area with grills overlooking Frenchman's Bay. No extra charge for
up to 4 in a room.
Route 3, RR 2 Box 180, Bar Harbor, ME 04609 http://www.acadia.net/parkentrance
The following transportation information is subject to change.
The most convenient airports to the meeting site are: 1) Bangor International Airport (about 1.5 hour by car), Portland Jetport (about 4 hours by car) and Logan International Airport, Boston (about 6 hours by car). There are also smaller airports in the Mount Desert Island area including Bar Harbor Airport (about 30 minutes by car).
If you have time, the drive to Northeast Harbor from Boston or Portland is pleasant. Just follow Interstate Route 95 to Maine. North of Freeport, ME, you may wish to take a leisurely drive along the coast on US Route 1 via Brunswick ME, or follow Route 95 or the Maine turnpike to Augusta and then take ME State Route 3 to Mount Desert Island. Those less interested in sight seeing may wish to fly to Bangor and drive east on Route 1A to Ellsworth and then follow Route 3 south to Mount Desert Island. The Bar Harbor Airport is located on Route 3, and it is just 30 minutes drive from the Asticou Inn.
Ground transportation in Down East Maine is convenient by car. You can use a car to get to and from the hotels and the Asticou Inn, to restaurants, and to explore Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor. You would need to rent a car at one of the airports or arrange a car pool. Timely reservations are needed to ensure rental car availability. If you have any difficulty making such arrangements and would like help arranging transportation from the Bangor or Hancock County Airports or between your hotel and the Asticou Inn, please contact Mari Paz Miralles (by e-mail at email@example.com; by telephone at 617 496 7925, or by mail at Center for Astrophysics, Mail Stop 50, 60 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA 02138).
A map of Mount Desert Island is available here. To reach the Asticou Inn, go to Mount Desert Island via the Trenton Bridge on Route 3. You will cross Thompson Island. Just as you reach Mt Desert Island, the road forks. Leave Route 3 which follows the left fork and Bear RIGHT onto Route 102 leaving the service station on your left. Proceed on 102 until you come to a traffic light. Turn LEFT at the light onto Route 3/198 (i.e., the two routes are together at that point). Continue straight on Route 3/198 toward Northeast Harbor. Just before you reach the town, you will pass a large stone walled house on your left. Shortly thereafter, Route 3 will turn left toward Bar Harbor. Take the LEFT turn on Route 3 (i.e., do not follow the road into Northeast Harbor). The Asticou Inn is 550 yards beyond the turn on the right side of the road.
Other ground transportation (subject to change) includes the following:
Bus Service: Vermont Transit operates a daily service between downtown Bangor and Bar Harbor (only once a day) during the summer months. Call 1-800-552-8737 or visit the web site http://www.vermonttransit.com for current information. Concord Trailways runs four routes a day from Boston. One is a five-hour express from South Station or the airport in Boston, to Bangor. The other, a six hour coastal route also runs Boston to Bangor, but it has 15 stops in between. For more information call 1-888-741-8686 or visit the web site http://www.concordtrailways.com .
Local Transportation: Downeast Transportation runs a local service which connects Mount Desert Island towns and Ellsworth. There is a Mondays only service between Bangor airport and Ellsworth. There is also a Mondays only service between Bangor airport and Bar Harbor. Write to Downeast Transportation Inc, 194 Main St., P. O. Box 914, Ellsworth, ME 04605; or call (207) 667-5796 for schedule information. Rental Car Services: Budget, Hertz operate out of the Bar Harbor airport and Avis, Budget, Hertz, National at the Bangor airport.
Airport Taxi Services: Airport Taxi serves the Bar Harbor airport
full time. Call (207) 667-5995 or 1-888-814-5995 or visit the web site
http://www.airportharbortaxi.com for more information.
For details about the ground transportation services at the
Bangor airport visit the web site http://www.flybangor.com .
Click in passenger information and then ground transp.
The towns of Ellsworth, Bar Harbor, Southwest Harbor and Northeast Harbor have taxi service. The rates are set around $1.25 a mile.
The Asticou Inn and the additional hotels all have adequate parking. There is no additional charge for hotel guests and meeting participants.
Weather conditions vary, so you should plan to dress in layers. Fall temperatures normally vary from a lowest overnight temperature of 30 F to a highest afternoon temperature of 70 F. You may encounter rain and fog at any time. The fall foliage is spectacular and the Sun does shine.
Opening Lecture and Reception
The scientific program will begin on 24 September 2000 at 18:00 with an Opening Lecture by John Kohl entitled Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of the Extended Solar Corona: Past, Present and Future. This will be accompanied by a reception at the Asticou Inn. The reception will provide passing food, wine, juices and soft drinks. The food will be the equivalent of a light supper.
Banquet and Recognition of Martin Huber
The Banquet will be held on the evening of 27 September 2000 at the Asticou Inn. The dinner will feature a 1.5 lb. Maine Lobster. Alternate menu choices of prime rib or stuffed portabello mushrooms will also be available (please indicate your choice on the registration form). The cost of the banquet for participants is included in the registration fee. There is an additional fee for accompanying persons.
Martin Huber is one of the founders of the UVCS/SOHO Investigation and also of the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory. He recently announced his retirement as Director of the Space Science Department of the European Space Agency. The UVCS Science Team will take this occasion to recognize Martin's many contributions to UVCS and solar physics and thank him for his strong support of our project.
There will be buffet lunches on 25, 26, and 27 September. The cost of the lunches is included in the registration fee. Breakfasts are the responsibility of the participants. The Opening Reception and the Banquet are included in the registration fee. Dinners on 25 and 26 September are the responsibility of the participants. The food provided at the reception will be equivalent to a light supper.
The UVCS 2000 Science Meeting poster was designed to print on "tabloid" (11 by 17 inch) paper, and is available in either postscript or GIF formats. The background is the beautiful Maine shoreline.
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