cc: Kathy_Bireley <bireley1atXYZxyzl.gov>
date: Mon, 13 Aug 2007 07:57:00 -0700
from: Pam Drumtra <drumtra1atXYZxyzl.gov>
subject: Re: 2007 Climate Change Prediction Program Meeting -
to: Phil Jones <p.jonesatXYZxyz.ac.uk>
Phil - I got your FAX but it didn't have the registration page. No
need to send again I will just use the information you've given me
> Have tried faxing, but the machine here says there is a problem
> Anyway I'm arriving on Sept 15 and leaving on the 19th. I plan to attend the
> dinner on the 17th and I am NOT a vegetarian.
> Presentation title is : Variability of European Weather Types
>and Climate Change
> If you want me to refax let me know.
>At 16:32 09/08/2007, you wrote:
>>Phil - Yes, there has been a change regarding foreign nationals and
>>off-site meetings, so we don't have to go through the approval
>>process at this time. Just send me the meeting registration form
>>when you're ready.
>>> I've booked flights and the hotel. I'll sort out a title over
>>> I guess you don't need those forms now about foreigners and DoE meetings?
>>>At 21:53 17/07/2007, you wrote:
>>>>Dear Climate Change Prediction Program Principal Investigator:
>>>>This email is to inform you about the upcoming Science Team
>>>>Meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana on September 17-19, 2007.
>>>>Attached you will find general information about registration and
>>>>meeting logistics, as well as a registration form.
>>>>We recommend you plan on staying the entire 2-1/2 days of the
>>>>meeting, as the format this year is designed to encourage more
>>>>interaction among scientists and exposure to the program's
>>>>breadth. There will be nine or ten 90-minute sessions scheduled
>>>>with approximately six project presentations in each session. We
>>>>ask that each principal investigator on a university grant
>>>>prepare a large poster (each poster board is 8' wide x 4' high)
>>>>and one or two viewgraph slides (either transparency or
>>>>electronic) describing the main objectives and primary results of
>>>>the project. Each PI will be given four minutes to present their
>>>>slides. Following the presentations, the presenters will move to
>>>>their posters, and the remaining meeting participants will be
>>>>free to circulate among the posters to ask questions and discuss
>>>>We will work with the large and multi-institutional collaborative
>>>>project PIs to discuss how best to present their work within the
>>>>poster format. The agenda is being developed and we're looking
>>>>into whether it is best to integrate the sessions to include both
>>>>large project and single-PI grants research around subject area,
>>>>or to have separate sessions for the large projects. Any opinion
>>>>you may have on this will be appreciated.
>>>>Once again, we will also have a lunchtime general poster session
>>>>with a large number of smaller posters (4' x 4') to highlight
>>>>specific aspects of projects that you may wish to publicize.
>>>>Lunch will be provided. This forum provides an excellent
>>>>opportunity for collaborators and students to present their work.
>>>>Please indicate on your registration form if you plan to bring a
>>>>poster for this session.
>>>>Please contact Pam for any questions about logistics and either
>>>>of us for anything else.
>>>>See you in Indianapolis.
>>>>David C. Bader Anjuli Bamzai
>>>>CCPP Chief Scientist Program Manager
>>>>CCPP Meeting Planner
>>>>Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
>>>>P.O. Box 808, L-103
>>>>Livermore, CA 94551
>>>>FAX (925) 422-6388
>>>Prof. Phil Jones
>>>Climatic Research Unit Telephone +44 (0) 1603 592090
>>>School of Environmental Sciences Fax +44 (0) 1603 507784
>>>University of East Anglia
>>>Norwich Email p.jonesatXYZxyz.ac.uk
>>NARAC/IMAAC and PCMDI Program Administrator
>>Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
>>P.O. Box 808, L-103
>>Livermore, CA 94551
>>FAX (925) 422-6388
>Prof. Phil Jones
>Climatic Research Unit Telephone +44 (0) 1603 592090
>School of Environmental Sciences Fax +44 (0) 1603 507784
>University of East Anglia
>Norwich Email p.jonesatXYZxyz.ac.uk
CCPP Meeting Planner
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
P.O. Box 808, L-103
Livermore, CA 94551
FAX (925) 422-6388