The biennial Solid Earth Team (SET) meeting offers opportunities for interactions among the broader Earth Surface and Interior (ESI) community, sharing of ESI research highlights, information about upcoming missions, solicitations, and research opportunities, as well as training sessions and tutorials on key capabilities for the ESI community. The program also includes discussions to collect community input that could help inform future projects, campaigns, or funding opportunities.
The 2022 SET meeting is scheduled for November 8-10 at the Scripps Seaside Forum, 8610 Kennel Way, La Jolla, CA. The meeting will be preceded by an Early Career Day on November 7.
The NASA Solid-Earth Team includes investigators funded by ESI and related NASA research programs, associated postdocs, graduate students and their advisors, and members of mission science teams working on topics relevant to ESI. Other researchers and program managers with an interest in ESI are also encouraged to attend.
Solid Earth Team Organizing Committee:
Co-Chair: Dr. Jeanne Sauber NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Co-Chair: Dr. Franz Meyer University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Member: Dr. Adrian Borsa Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Member: Dr. Bernard Hubbard USGS Geology, Energy, and Minerals (GEM) Science Center
Member: Dr. Paul Lundgren NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Member: Dr. Hilary Martens University of Montana
Member: Dr. Dhiman Mondal MIT Haystack Observatory
Earth Surface and Interior Support:
ESI Focus Area Lead Ben Phillips
ESI Program Manager Gerald Bawden
ESI Associate Program Manager Kevin Reath
Please note that breakfast is on your own each day. Coffee and tea will be available throughout the day.
Meeting location is Scripps Seaside Forum, 8610 Kennel Way, La Jolla, CA 92037
Download complete meeting information package.SET_Info_Package_FINAL
Your attendance at the 2022 SET meeting indicates your acceptance of the below Code of Conduct
The NASA Solid Earth Team Meeting (SET) and Earth Surface and Interior (ESI) Community Code of Conduct
The ESI community takes pride in the depth and breadth of its collaborations, bringing together early-career to senior researchers from all backgrounds and disciplines to improve our understanding of all aspects of ESI-funded science. We recognize that diversity in our community is critical to the robustness of this science and that working groups, workshops, field activities, and bi-annual meetings enable our community to collaborate over sustained periods, building strong interpersonal networks that promote intellectual exchange and mutual support. This Code of Conduct (CoC) outlines specific expectations for participants at all ESI-supported events. We are committed to providing a safe, productive, and welcoming environment for all meeting participants, including, but not limited to, attendees, presenters, staff, service providers, and accompanying guests. This Code applies to all SET events where the community gathers for the purposes of advancing SET-related goals, including online meetings, field trips and social events, held at the event venue or off-site.
All participants are to…
- Treat others and be treated with respect and consideration, valuing a diversity of views and opinions
- Be considerate, respectful, and collaborative
- Communicate openly with respect for others, critiquing ideas rather than individuals
- Avoid personal attacks directed toward other participants
- Be mindful of your surroundings and the well being of your fellow participants
- Alert a host if you notice a dangerous situation or someone in distress
- Respect the rules and policies of the virtual meeting space
- Harassment, intimidation, or discrimination of any form
- Physical or verbal abuse of any participant
- Offensive comments, either verbally or through any other communication channel, related to gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, medical condition, body size, race, marital status, religion, national origin or any other protected characteristic
- Threats (implied or real) of physical, professional, or financial harm
- Intentional, uninvited physical contact of any form
- Inappropriate use of nudity and/or sexual images in the meeting space or in presentations
- Threatening or stalking of any participant
- Any behaviors that are in violation of the established ethics policies of one’s home institution
- Intentional disruption of proceedings, discussions, and/or talks
Responding to Unacceptable Behavior
- Anyone requested to stop unacceptable behavior is expected to comply immediately
- Hosts may take any action deemed necessary and appropriate to mitigate unacceptable behavior, including immediate removal from the meeting without warning
- The NASA Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity (ODEO) will be consulted to take action as needed
Reporting Unacceptable Behavior
- If you are the subject of unacceptable behavior or have witnessed any such behavior, please immediately notify a meeting host or a member of the organizing committee, listed below, verbally or via email
- Anyone experiencing or witnessing behavior that constitutes an immediate or serious threat to public safety is advised to contact 911 or your local emergency number
Organizing committee and hosts:
About the Solid-Earth Team (SET) 2019 Meeting
The inaugural biennial meeting offered opportunities for face-to-face interactions among the broader Earth Surface and Interior (ESI)
community, sharing of ESI research highlights, information about upcoming missions, solicitations, and research opportunities, as well as training sessions and tutorials on key capabilities for the ESI community. The program also included discussions to collect community input that could help inform future projects, campaigns, or funding opportunities.
The NASA Solid-Earth Team includes investigators funded by ESI and related NASA research programs, associated postdocs, graduate students and their advisors, and members of mission science teams working on topics relevant to ESI. Other researchers and program managers with an interest in ESI were also encouraged to attend.
SET 2019 Archive for Download:
2019 Program Committee:
Chairs: Adrian Borsa and Susan Owen
Co-chairs: Ian Brosnan, Meghan Miller, Jeanne Sauber, and Jennifer Telling
Ex-Officio Members: Ben Phillips, Gerald Bawden, and Blaize Denfeld