2023 NOAA CoRP Science SymposiumFree
The 2023 CoRP Symposium will be held 25-27 July 2023 at the Pyle Center at the University of Wisconsin—Madison, hosted by the Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies. The symposium brings together students, researchers, and NOAA leaders to share information and engage in scientific discussion in an equitable, informal, and collegial environment.
The symposium will showcase student research through presentations and posters and provide opportunities for professional development. The theme for this year’s symposium will be “An Evolving NOAA Science Community to Benefit Society” and events will include diverse open mentor panels discussing different career paths and the opportunity to build future career relationships across NOAA/NESDIS, NESDIS Cooperative Institutes (CI), the Center for Earth System Sciences and Remote Sensing Technologies (CESSRST), Cooperative Science Centers (CSC), and affiliated students, postdocs, and junior scientists.
The Cooperative Research Programs (CoRP) Division of NESDIS’ Center for Satellite Applications and Research (STAR) manages a research coalition of the federal government and universities. CoRP’s branches and Institutes work together on remote sensing of the environment.
Date: July 25-27, 2023
Location: The Pyle Center is UW-Madison’s conference facility is located at 702 Langdon Street, along the southern shore of Lake Mendota near the famed Memorial Union Terrace. The meeting will be held room 335