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ExEP Technology Web Colloquium

March

01

Craig McMurtry of the University of Rochester will be presenting an overview of technology developments needed in mid-IR detectors for enabling future transit spectroscopy measurements from space.

As always, the talk will be recorded and archived so you can view it later, but I hope you can join us live. For more info on the seminar series, see the ExEP Technology Colloquia website. The intention of these web seminars is to provide a forum for sharing key technology advances and results that enable or enhance the direct imaging and characterization of exoplanets. Topics may include recent coronagraph and starshade demonstration results, advances in detector technology, deformable mirrors, LOWFS/C, telescope stability, polarization, RV, starshade tutorials, etc. Our target audience is the engineers and scientists working on the WFIRST project and the HabEx, LUVOIR, and OST study concepts, but all are welcome to attend.

WebEx: https://jpl.webex.com/jpl/j.php?MTID=m6cee0c9222595c0a9b073d5e635e07b4

Meeting number (access code): 905 902 417

 
Date March 01, 2018
Start/End Time 12:00 AM - 01:30 PM
Location WebEx
Website https://exoplanets.nasa.gov/exep/technology/tech_colloquium/
Contact Brendan Crill
Email Address Brendan.P.Crill@jpl.nasa.gov
Event Type Seminars/Colloquia
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