LSIC Spring Meeting
Wednesday, May 4, 2022 -Thursday, May 5, 2022
Venue: Laurel, MD
Online and in person at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD
Registration for this event is now closed.
The LSIC 2022 Spring Meeting will concentrate on understanding NASA’s plans and technology investments relevant to building a sustained presence on the lunar surface. The meeting will include invited speakers, panels, posters, and breakout discussions. The agenda is listed below, and the poster list is available in PDF format in the right-hand column of this page.
The JHU Applied Physics Laboratory maintains up-to-date visitor guidance related to COVID-19 on their website here: https://www.jhuapl.edu/About/VisitorInformation. Participants in the LSIC Spring Meeting will need to adhere to the first bullet on that page, checking in to receive their event name badges and filling out a survey to attest to either being fully vaccinated or having a negative professionally administered COVID-19 rapid test or polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test (see page for survey link and additional details).
The event will be held on the JHU Applied Physics Laboratory campus in Laurel, MD. Specific building and other location information and parking details will be shared with registrants via email. There are a number of hotels available locally, and we strongly encourage in-person attendees to check recent reviews of the properties before deciding where to stay. Government rates are available at local hotels. The closest international airport is Baltimore Washington International (BWI).
Continental breakfast options, coffee, and snacks will be provided. Please note that while lunch options will be available for purchase nearby, lunch is not provided. Additional details about that will also be emailed to in-person attendees as the event date approaches.