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Multi-dimensional characterization of distant worlds: spectral retrieval and spatial mapping

15th October 2018   -   19th October 2018
Ann Arbor, MI, United States


We are pleased to host “Multi-dimensional characterization of distant worlds: spectral retrieval and spatial mapping” at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor from October 15-19, 2018. This meeting is generously supported by the Michigan Institute for Research in Astrophysics. The first two days will be spent learning about the nuances of retrieval in various contexts. Then we will spend the last three days working in groups to tackle some of the important problems we identify, with the goal of creating enough momentum that progress can continue after the workshop is over. There is no registration cost. We will provide breakfast, coffee, and snacks on Monday and Tuesday, and a conference dinner on Tuesday. We will also provide hotel lodging for selected participants (check in on Sunday, check out on Friday). Participation is limited and applications are closed. There is a waitlist, but we do not expect to be able to accommodate those with late inquiries.

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