Kepler Science Meeting, December 5-9, 2011

1. Attendance Survey

Please complete this short survey if you are interested in the First Kepler Science Conference. We apologize if you receive this message more than once.

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About the Conference:

The First Kepler Science Conference will be held 5-9 December 2011; hosted by the NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California. The conference will highlight the full range of scientific results that have emerged from more than two years of Kepler observations, as well as what to expect from continued observations. The meeting will consist of 9-10 half-day sessions, each session dedicated to a different topic. Topics will include:

-The Kepler Mission and Exoplanet Statistics
-Earth-analog and sub-Neptune-size Planets
-Multiple Planet Systems
-Exoplanet Theory
-Giant Planets and Planet Atmospheres
-Eclipsing and Interacting Binaries
-Stellar Activity
-Asteroseismology Across the HR Diagram
-Red Giant Oscillations
-Asteroseismology of Solar-type Stars

The meeting will be held at or near the NASA Ames Research Center. The registration fee is TBD. In order to help the meeting organizers assess the community's interest in the meeting and the likely level of attendance, please take a moment to complete this brief survey.

Matt Holman, Chair, Science Organizing Committee
Rho Christensen and Mark Messersmith, Co-Chairs, Local Organizing Committee