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The Management Council meeting will be held February 4 and 5, 2016, at the University of California, Los Angeles, Building: Slichter Hall, Room: 3853.
Sessions will begin as follows:
9:00 a.m. Thursday, February 4
8:00 a.m. Friday, February 5
Slichter Hall is located on the campus of the University of California, Los Angeles. See details and maps below.
All sessions will be held in room 3853 in Slichter Hall. This conference room is on the 3rd floor of Slichter Hall. There is no direct outside entrance to Slichter Hall. To access Slichter Hall enter the through the Geology or Young Hall building and take the elevators to the third floor. Upon exiting go to the hallway which intersect the building. This is Slichter Hall. The conference room is located half way down the hall.
|9:00 AM||Introduction [PPT, PDF]||Tom Morgan|
|9:10 AM||Welcome||Ray Walker and Todd King|
|9:20 AM||Challenges and Opportunities||Bill Knopf|
|10:10 AM||LUNASERV: Adding a geospatial FRAMEWORK to Apollo samples [PPTX, PDF]|
|10:15 AM||Roadmap Overview [PPTX, PDF]||Ralph McNutt manages this time|
|1:00 PM||NSSDCA-PDS Status (include. MOU) [part of DDWG report]||Steve Hughes, Stef McLaughlin|
|1:20 PM||DDWG plans for build 6b [PPT, PDF]||Steve Hughes|
|2:00 PM||Tool Registry and Software Plans [PDF]||Sean Hardman|
|2:30 PM||CCB Report [PDF]||Tom Stein|
|3:15 PM||ESDIS TCAT Experience [PPTX, PDF]||Eric Tauer|
|4:45 PM||Executive Session|
|5:30 PM||Action Items||Stef McLaughlin|
|8:00 AM||Action Item Review [Action Items]||Tom Morgan and Ralph McNutt|
|8:30 AM||CDF Review & Responses [PTTX, PDF] - List of issues||Joe Mafi|
|9:00 AM||PPI Challenge/Storyboard Update [PPTX, PDF]||Ed Grayzeck and Todd King|
|9:20 AM||NSSDCA Report [PPTX, PDF]||Ed Grayzeck amd Dave Williams|
|9:40 AM||Dawn Mission Report [PPTX, PDF]||Eric Palmer|
|10:15 AM||Mars2020 [PPTX, PDF]||Ed Guinness|
|10:30 AM||Europa [PPTX, PDF]||Lisa Gaddis|
|10:45 AM||Rosetta Update [PPTX, PDF]||Mike A'Hearn|
|11:00 AM||SBN Security Experiences PPTX, PDF||Mike A'Hearn|
|12:30 PM||PAG charter Update and MC Response [PPTX, PDF, Liens, PAG]||Dick Simpson|
|2:00 PM||Simulation and Modeling Working Group (SMWG) [PPTX, PDF, Policy]||Todd King|
|2:30 PM||Software Archiving Working Group (SAWG) [PPTX, PDF]||Todd King|
|3:15 PM||Executive Session|
|3:45 PM||Action Items||Stef McLaughlin|
|Simulation Data Policy (Simpson)|
Most commonly used hotels
UCLA Guest House 4 stars (tripadvisor) -
Near Campus (could walk)
Royal Palace 4 stars (tripadvisor) -
Hilgard House 4 stars (tripadvisor). Modern European style hotel
Tiverton House4 stars (tripadvisor)
Claremont Hotel 2.5 stars (tripadvisor) Built in 1939 and hasn't changed much
Will Need a car
Angeleno 3.5 stars (tripadvisor) Boutique Hotel
Hotel Palomar 4.5 stars (tripadvisor) Boutique Hotel
UCLA is located in a mostly residential neighborhood. There is bus service available. Transportation from the airport is best by taxi. Typical fair is about $45. Local hotels are not large and do not provide free airport shuttles.
The Los Angeles Metro system does not connect to either UCLA or LAX. (A bit of a mystery).
Taxis are available. Step out onto the sidewalk just outside of the terminal and walk to a taxi stop that should be marked by an overhead sign. The LAX website provides more information on Taxi services at LAX, including a list of taxi companies serving LAX and a map for taxi waiting area.
Parking will be provided in Lot 2 on the UCLA campus. This parking structure is located across the street from the Geology/Slichter Hall/Young building complex where the meeting will be held.
Let Todd King know if you will need parking. When you arrive the first day, go to the kiosk located near the north end of the Lot 2. An attendent will provide you will parking permit which will be reserved under your name.Places to eat on campus
February weather in the Los Angeles area has average highs of 65 degrees. The median cloud cover is 56% (partly cloudy). The average probability that some form of precipitation will be observed in a given day is 28%.