The CEDAR workshop provides the community an opportunity to self-organize, exchange and foster new ideas. CEDAR thrives to be a safe space for all participants with a strong educational component.
The workshop includes community organized breakout workshops as well as grand challenge workshops, poster session with a student poster competition, a student day, plenary sessions with science highlights, agency updates and tutorials, a distinguished lecture, and a prize lecture.
2022 Workshop Summary is available.
Registration is closed. (Early registration ends May 19.)
Students requesting workshop attendance support need to register & submit a poster abstract by April 4.
Virtual participation will be limited to the student workshop day and the plenary sessions during the week. We will communicate updates when they become available. Virtual participants need to register.
The agenda has links to the workshop videos on YouTube.
Bagdes can already be picked up Saturday 15:00-18:00 at the registration desk.
Close lunch places for grab & go:
How to participate in CEDAR
See this brief overview of the CEDAR workshop components helpful especially for first time attendees.
Student workshop attendance support
CEDAR supports many students to attend the CEDAR workshop.
For students enrolled in a US institution and traveling from a location within the United States, financial support will consist of roundtrip travel to the CEDAR workshop venue and housing. For students enrolled in an institution outside the US, financial support will consist of housing. More information can be found at the Student Workshop attendance support page. To be eligible students have to submit a poster abstract (see below) and apply for support via the registration website by April 4. Students will be notified in April. After April 4 students can still request support via the registration process and will be wait listed. We will use the list in case funding becomes available.
Dependent care grants
CEDAR helps community members with dependent care needs to attend the CEDAR workshop. Apply for the grant by May 19. Notifications will go out 2 weeks before the CEDAR workshop. Please read the dependent care grants information before filling out the form.
Posters can have a maximum size of 4x4 feet (1.2x1.2m). Students in the poster competition are required to upload their poster by the Friday before the meeting starts. Instructions will be send beforehand to the students. All others can upload their poster if they want to.
Abstracts of Tuesday poster session
Abstracts of Wednesday poster session
Poster abstract submission closed
Students applying for workshop attendance support have to submit a poster abstract by April 4. We encourage students to participate in the student poster competition.
All others can submit poster abstracts till May 13. A maximum of two posters can be presented.
Poster abstract submission is closed.
Workshop proposal submission
Please check out the Workshop proposal guidelines as they have changed.
All workshops will be in-person and not virtual component will be supported.
Individual Workshops are 1 year efforts focused on a specific topic and the associated science questions. Most workshops are 1 year efforts.
Grand Challenge (GC) Workshops
Grand Challenge (GC) workshop addresses urgent, overarching questions which require a multiyear effort and are of high importance to the CEDAR community. GC workshops are 3 year efforts and should be organized by a diverse team of conveners with a clear schedule and specific goals and topics for the 3 years. Each GC workshop will introduce the topic to the CEDAR community in the plenary session in the first year and provide updates in the 2nd & 3rd, and a summary after year 3.
Each year one new grand challenge workshop is selected by the CEDAR Science Steering Committee. List of Grand challenge workshops.
How to Propose a Workshop
The deadline for submitting workshop proposals for the 2022 Workshop has passed.
CEDAR Prize and Distinguished Lecture nominations
Please nominate deserving community members by March 18. Information about the nomination criteria and process can be found on the respective sites for the CEDAR Prize Lecture and the CEDAR Distinguished Lecture.
For program information, please contact Astrid Maute.
For logistics questions, please contact Michelle McCambridge.
|March 19||Workshop proposals deadline (individual and GC)|
|March 25||CEDAR Prize and Distinguished Lecture nomination due|
|April 4||Student workshop attendance support deadline (via registration) & required poster abstract submission|
|April 11||Notification to student recipients on travel support|
|May 13||Poster abstract submission deadline|
|May 20||Early registration ends|
|June 10||Dependent care grant deadline (June 10 or till reached limit of available grants)|
Meghan LeMay (student representative)
McArthur Jones Jr.
Zishun Qiao (student representative)
Ying Zou (GEM liaison)
Tai-Yin Huang (NSF aeronomy ex-officio representative)
Alan Liu (NSF aeronomy ex-officio representative)
Astrid Maute (CEDAR liaison, ex-officio representative)