Keck Science Meeting 2002

University of California
 Berkeley, CA 94720
5 October, 2002

General registration deadline: 2002 September 20

Presenters registration deadline: 2002 September 6 (talks or posters)

The annual meeting of the Keck Observatory community, held this year at Berkeley, has as its purpose to showcase recent and interesting results from the Keck I and Keck II telescopes on Mauna Kea. It is also a forum for obtaining status reports on current and new instrumentation, and for discussing initiatives and opportunities that are still in the planning stages.


We hope to have resounding participation from the WMKO, Caltech, NASA, UC and UH members of our scientific partnership.
Organizing Committee: James R. Graham (UC Chair)
Lynne Hillenbrand (Caltech Chair)
Jim Beletic (WMKO)
Michael C. Liu  (IfA/UH)
Michael J. Mumma (NASA)


The Keck Science meeting is a one-day meeting consisting of short talks and posters. Anyone can give a talk: please volunteer a title and abstract when you register: The detailed schedule and poster layout will be based on the responses received.

How to participate

If you want to give a talk or a poster you must fill in the electronic registration form by September 6. The general registriation deadline is September 20.  Everyone who is planning on attending must register so that we have a head-count for the caterer.

Note, that while lunch and refreshments will be provided, participants are responsible for their own travel and lodging costs. We have made block reservations at several local hotels. These hotels have only limited space, so book early.

Thanks for helping us make this event a success!


Practical information


James R. Graham 9/25/02