33rd Annual Meeting American Society for Gravitational and Space Research
October 25-28, 2017
Hyatt Regency @ Seattle’s Southport on Lake Washington
Come join the 33rd annual meeting of the American Society for Gravitational and Space Research atthe Hyatt regency – a new Waterfront Hotel at Seattle's Southport. Located on the shores of Lake Washington,Hyatt Regency Lake Washington at Seattle’s Southport perfectly combines the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest with modern amenities. Enjoy access to downtown Seattle, Mount Rainier National Park, Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park, and more. Enjoy the complimentary Wi-Fi, indoor saline pool, on-site spa, and 24-hour StayFit™ Gym Spend your free time shopping, dining, or hiking, then return to your comfortable room in Renton.
Hotel Conference Block rate has expired. The hotel is nearly sold out.
The Seattle-Tacoma airport (SEA) airport is approximately 9 miles away away from the hotel The hotel does not offer a complimentary shuttle to/from SEA, Taxi fare should be about $35 one way.
Click here to make reservation at Hyatt Regency, Lake Washington Seattle's Southport
The Seattle-Tacoma airport (SEA) airport is approximately 9 miles away away from the hotel The hotel does not offer a complimentary shuttle to/from SEA. Taxi fare should be about $35 one way.
Hotel within walking distance of conference hotel: Hampton Inn & Suites Seattle/Renton
**Facilities fee of $200 are no longer in effect due to hotel block nearly sold out
About the meeting -
The annual ASGSR meeting provides a forum for the international life and physical sciences communities to meet and discuss their latest findings in gravitational and space research and technologies enabling the research. The meeting also provides opportunities for emerging researchers and student researchers. The program includes a variety of plenary, translational, discipline-specific research, enabling technology, and poster sessions (including a student poster competition with cash awards). Many evening networking receptions opportunities are available, including a reception at the Museum of Flight. Transportation to/from the museum and museum entrance fee is provided as part of ASGSR 2017 registration. The meeting is well attended by NASA officials, industry, other space faring international government agencies, scientists, engineers and students collaborating or want to collaborate on space research. We are one of the best value conferences in the United States. Becoming a member of ASGSR also offers a substantial registration discount. Scroll down for registration fee information.
Saturday, October 28, 2017
Featured Banquet Speaker: Dr. G. Jane Cook
Did you know Seattle is known as the epicenter of American glass art? From Dale Chihuly to the Pilchuck Glass School, the Pacific Northwest has for decades been a hotbed of glass art innovation. Because of the strong influence of the glass community in Seattle, we are excited to feature our banquet speaker, Dr. G. Jane Cook, chief scientist for the Corning Museum of Glass. A materials scientist and engineer with more than 20 years of expertise in glass, ceramics, and metallurgy, Dr. Cook worked in research and development for Corning Incorporated for 16 years before making the leap to the Museum side of the house. She is an inventor on over two dozen patent applications, and in 2013, received Corning's prestigious Stookey Award for outstanding exploratory research. Interestingly, Dr. Cook started her career as a NASA Graduate Research Fellow at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She will be talking about the role of science at the Corning Museum of Glass, the successes and challenges of using high-tech glasses in art, and the intersections of glass and space in the context of engineering, science, research, and art.
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NOTE: After October 20, 2017 Registration Fees include on-site registration surcharge fee of $50.
Question about your abstracts? Contact the 2017 Program Chair, Dr. April Ronca at April.Ronca@rocketmail.com