|Call For Abstracts
NOAA's 2011 Satellite Direct Readout Conference
April 4-8, 2011
Call for Posters
Do you currently receive NOAA satellite data with your own ground receive station? Are you a
provider of ground station equipment? Do you make scientific use, value added products, emergency
management decisions with received data? If so, the 2011 Direct Readout Conference is a great
way to share you experiences and learn about the future of direct readout.
The 2011 Satellite Direct Readout Conference is the 8th Conference organized and supported by NOAA
to provide information regarding the direct readout from meteorological and environmental satellites
and prepare users for upcoming changes to both satellite series. The goal and expectation is for
strong international collaboration. Past conferences have attracted audiences from 30 to 40
The conference will consist of speaker presentations, poster sessions, and many opportunities for user
Abstracts and corresponding posters are solicited for this conference on both current and future
geostationary and polar satellites. This includes topics pertaining to instruments, products and
applications. Of special interest are posters describing examples of the link between research and
operations (or between operations and research).
Please send your abstracts electronically via email to
Please indicate your preference for an oral presentation or a poster. NOAA conference personnel
will choose the format most suitable to showcase your work. Posters will be given maximum exposure, with
ample time for presenter and audience interaction.
Abstracts must be no more than one page in length, in 12 point Times New Roman font.
Call for Posters: Deadline January 31, 2011
Call For abstracts Brochure (pdf)