Today! NASA GSFC Summer Research Associates Seminar!

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Today! NASA GSFC Summer Research Associates Seminar!

Time: August 6, 2015 from 10am to 11am
Location: Adobe Connect
Website or Map: http://ac.arc.nasa.gov/gsfc
Event Type: online, seminar
Organized By: Mike Toillion
Latest Activity: Aug 7, 2015

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GSFC Summer Research Associate 2015 Presentations

Presenters: NAI GSFC Summer Research Associates
When: August 6, 2015 10AM PDT

Each Undergraduate Research Associate in Astrobiology conducts intensive state-of-the-art research with an individual scientist-mentor.

Please join us as the fruits of these efforts are presented by the Class of 2015 to NASA’s Astrobiology Institute in a distributed seminar presented over the Internet.

Go to http://ac.arc.nasa.gov/gsfc to watch and support your fellow early career scientists!

Presenters:

Beatriz Saldana (Florida Institute of Technology) – “Australian Acid Playa Lake as Mars Analog“

Mentor: Dr. Jennifer Stern

Maureen Palmer (St. Olaf College) – “Detection of Nitriles on Titan Using ALMA”

Mentor: Dr. Martin Cordiner

Patrick Tamburo (University of Maryland) – “Identifying Atmospheric Temperature Inversions in Hot Jupiters Using Wide Field Camera 3 on HST“

Mentor: Dr. Avi Mandell

Tiffany Jansen (University of Washington) – “Adding Exomoons to the Haystacks Project: Realistic Simulations of Exoplanet Observations in the Presence of Exozodiacal Dust“

Mentor: Dr. Aki Roberge

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