8th f2f meeting - 15 & 16 Map 2018, Lockheed Martin, Palo Alto, CA
Science theme working group package: STDT-science-work-package-2018.zip
Talks & presentations: Post here
Advocacy Notes: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1j4rvPNxyRuX8NafuJPdQ9OKBQs16utrNLhyaru20llw/edit
Concept 2 Science Traceability.pptx
Concept 2 Traceabilty Matrix_v3.xlsx
OST f2f 8 Study Office 20180512 rev1.pptx
OST f2f 8 Mass & Volume-1.pptx
Concept 2 Observing Modes and open issues.pptx
Mass proxy for cost.pptx
OST Decadal Final report outline 20180511.docx
OST Study Schedule 20180509.pptx
Far-IR Sky Model - COSMOS data cube.pptx
6th f2f meeting - 14 & 15 September 2017, STScI, Baltimore, MD
5th f2f meeting – 14 & 15 June 2017, National Mall, Washington DC
S. Dillion Ripley Center, Room 3035, Adjacent to the Smithsonian Castle,
MAIN MEETING PAGE (https://sites.google.com/view/ost5f2f/home to register, order lunches, sign up for dinner, check agenda, webex info)
Face-to-Face #5 Presentation Charts
OST F2F5 Study Office 20170614.pdf
F2F 5 Concept 1 Open Issues 20170613.pdf
team building activities:
June 13, 7pm Nats-Braves Baseball game
Possible visit to the National Museum of African American Culture and History.
Notional agenda items (please propose items of discussion at f2f):
- Interim report outline, schedule, tasks and chapter lead identification. Report ~ due Dec 2017, ~80 pages, HQ has said use EXO-C and EXO-S reports as guides:
see https://exoplanets.nasa.gov/stdt/Exo-C_InterimReport.pdf https://exoplanets.nasa.gov/stdt/Exo-S_InterimReport.pdf
This was discussed at STDT telecon on Friday April 21st. Will need 2-3 hour discussion at the June f2f to finalize.
40 pages sciences, 40 pages technical details of the baseline design.
Executive summary: 2 pages (Asantha/Margaret - aimed at all stakeholders, very general)
Introduction: 3 pages (more science focussed, Dave?)
Science cases: 5 pages each from 6 WGs (WG leads) - 5 pages with figures, a table summarizing main science goals. focus first on top 14 proposals then add in the rest in a half page.
Science requirements: synthesize all science requirements to a top-level table (STM) and some summary text (2 pages, Johannes?)
Technical contents (~40 pages; should be coordinated through MCWG)
2. Second design trades and process. This needs to be a 3 hour open discussion, small presentations expected from interested parties including JPL that will be making a proposal to the full STDT.
Registration details TBA
Meeting Logistics TBA
Meeting schedule: 16 Aug 0900-2100? EDT
17 Aug 0800-1700 EDT
Meeting URL : https://meetings.webex.com/collabs/#/meetings/detail?uuid=M40M8LL7K2ENQUWSLNVE32W8KO-2NHP&rnd=80951.148014
Meeting number: 197 050 173
Meeting notes: August 16, 2016 STDT_08162016_Notes.docx
August 17, 2017 Far-IR Surveyor Face-to-Face 8-17-16.docx
F2F Meeting #2 Agenda: F2F #2 Agenda 20160816.pptx
STDT process and goals (Asantha): STDTprocessGoalsCooray.pdf
HQ view of FIRS study (Paul Hertz): Hertz FIRS STDT 160816 V2.pdf
Science Advocacy Decisions (Asantha): ScienceAdvocacy.pdf
Final (v2) technical requirements table from MCWG (Tom Roellig): Killer Apps Tech Spreadsheet-Vote Sorted-2.xlsx
STDT concept / architecture evaluation and selection (Tom Greene): FIRS_STDT_concept_decision.pdf
Mission Design Plan and Schedule (Ruth): FIRS F2F Mtg #2 Mission Design Plan 20160817.pptx
Potential Launch Vehicles (Anel): FAR-IR Potential Launch Vehicles v2 01 Jul 2016.pptx
Action item slides (Margaret & Asantha): Action-slides.pptx
1st meeting -- 12-13 May 2016
Location: GSFC Building 34, W305
If you don't know your way around GSFC, here's a map.
Team photo taken 13 May 2016. From left to right, Doug Johnstone, Stefanie Milam, Charles Lawrence, Jonas Zmuidzinas, Martin Cordiner (rear), Gary Melnick (front), Jon Arenberg, Kate Su, Dave Leisawitz (front), Susan Neff (middle), Klaus Pontoppidan, Ruth Carter, Tom Roellig, Margaret Meixner, Itsuki Sakon, Douglas Scott, Sean Carey, Asantha Cooray, Dominic Benford, Kartik Sheth, Lee Armus, Susanne Aalto, Maryvonne Gerin, Frank Helmich (rear), Matt Bradford (front), Karin Sandstrom, Desika Narayanan, Joaquin Vieira, Cara Battersby, Ted Bergin, and Phil Stahl.
Finally, this should be the final agenda.
May 12-13 Goddard
9 AM - 6 pm EDT Thursday
9 AM - 5 pm EDT Friday
All times EDT
Remote connection will be available. IPAC to provide webex connection.
Room will have two large screens and a white board (Ruth, please confirm - we will need a white board in the room).
Thursday May 12th:
9:00 AM - 9:10 AM: Dr. Christyl Johnson, Goddard Deputy Director for Technology and Research Investments, welcome remarks
9:10 AM - 9:30 AM: Goddard introductions (Mark Clampin) and Study Center introductions (Ruth Carter) - 20 mins FIRS F2F Mtg #1 StudyOffice 20160510.pdf
9:30 AM Setting the 2030 sciences (30 mins each with questions)
9:30-10:00 JWST (John Mather - in person)
10:00 - 10:30 ALMA (Al Wooten - remote)
10:30 - 11:00 SOFIA (Erick Young - in person)
11:00 - 11:30 Paul Hertz remarks and Q & A with the STDT (in person).
12:00 pm Lunch
Lunch delivered to the room ($11 per person per lunch, cash will be needed - Ruth will email all attendees for lunch orders)
12:30 pm -1:00 pm lunch talk:
Lesson from JWST experience for big astro space projects (Rogier Windhorst - remote)
2:00 pm - 2:15 pm Decision matrix process and introduction to Tom Greene from Ames as the facilitator (Asantha/Margaret)
2:15 pm - 2:30 pm Outline of decision matrix process and schedule Tom Greene - remote 08-TGreene_FIRS_assessment_2016May12.pdf
Science working group presentations (45 mins per group - organize as agreed within groups, includes STDT question/discussion time per group - moderated by facilitator)
present science questions and background material and justification why science questions are crucial for 2030 sciences.
3:15 pm - 3:30 pm coffee
3:30 pm - 4:15 pm Exoplanets and Disks (Kate, Klaus) 11-pontoppidan_stdt.pptx
4:15 pm - 5:00 pm Galaxy, ISM, local volume of galaxies (Cara, Karin) 12-F2F Presentation.pdf
7:00 pm + Group dinner, Siri's Chef's Secret Restaurant (Thai), 5810 Greenbelt Road, Greenbelt, MD 20770
Friday May 13th:
9:00 am - 10:55 am Decision matrix process revisited. An initial decision matrix, CML1-2 exercise, boundary conditions for technical parameters (Tom Greene)
10:55 am - 11:15 am Itsuki Sakon (SPICA, in person)
11:15 am - 11:30 am TESS (Stephen Rinehart, in person)
11:30 am - 12:00 pm WFIRST (Neil Gehrels - remote)
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch - Lunch delivered to the room ($11 per person per lunch, cash will be needed - Ruth will email all attendees for lunch orders)
12:00 pm Lunch talks: Other NASA Center/Affiliate introductory presentations, ~20-30 mins each
JPL (Jeff Booth, invited and agreed)
Marshall (Phil Stahl, invited and agreed)
IPAC (Sean Carey)
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm additional CML1-2 exercises, boundary conditions for technical parameters
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Coffee
3:45 pm - 4:00 pm June O1 deadline (technology needs) discussion and plan to respond, setup a technology working group? (David Leisawitz to lead discussion)
4:00 pm - 4:45 pm August M2 deadline: plan to final study plan development, schedule (Ruth Carter to lead discussion) FIRS F2F Mtg #1 Study Plan Appr 20160510.pdf
aim: end by 5pm + Baseball (Those interested in going to the Baseball game on May 13, 7:05pm (tix ~$25-30), please fill this form out: http://goo.gl/forms/NPWbrrdYfC )
The hotel (Holiday Inn, Greenbelt, Maryland) has a shuttle, and it can serve as a means of transportation to/from Goddard (~10 min drive, allowing for traffic signals), but sharing rides with people who have rental cars will likely be more convenient and efficient, as I’m sure the shuttle, with limited seating capacity, would have to make several round trips if everyone on the team depended on this mode of transportation.
Goddard has ample parking space adjacent to the building in which we’ll be meeting.
On May 12, visitors will have to stop at the security office at the Goddard main gate to pick up their badges.