The Lunar Science EPO Forum is an excellent opportunity for EPO professionals working in the area of Lunar Science to discuss projects and develop future collaboration opportunities. The workshop will be held at the NASA Lunar Science Institute central office at the Ames Research Center.

MEETING FORMAT

The 2009 Forum will consist of EPO presentations with breakout planning sessions to discuss current and future projects and other special topics.

REGISTRATION

There will be no registration fee associated with this forum. However, the number of participants is limited and registration will be on a first come first serve basis. Participants are asked to register in advance by contacting Doris Daou, NLSI Director of Communications and Outreach at Doris.Daou-1@nasa.gov. A program schedule will be emailed to participants shortly after registration.

Please read carefully the security clearance requirements below regarding access to the NASA Research Park.

SECURITY CLEARANCE

All attendees will need to present a valid government-issued photo identification document (e.g., NASA badge for NASA employees and contractors, U.S. driver’s license for U.S. citizens and permanent residents of the United States, passport for all others) at the main entrance gate of the NASA Research Park in order to be admitted to the Research Park, the NLSI Building, and the NASA Ames Conference Center. Attendees who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the United States MUST REGISTER EARLY, so that there will be sufficient time to obtain the required security clearance for access to the site. Registration deadlines will go out with the second announcement.

ACCOMMODATIONS

Participants will need to arrange their own lodging. For information regarding nearby hotels, please visit http://naccenter.arc.nasa.gov/hotels.html.

CONTACTS

For registration questions or further information please contact:

Doris Daou
Director of Communications and Outreach
NASA Lunar Science Institute
E-mail: Doris.Daou-1@nasa.gov

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