Thank you for agreeing to participate in a workshop on how Juno’s results have impacted our understanding of Jupiter.

The workshop focus will be Jupiter’s atmosphere, interior (including the magnetic field), formation and evolution and is designed to create a cross disciplinary dialogue of data analysis, interpretation, modeling and theory. The workshop is scheduled to be held in Pasadena, CA at Caltech June 20-24, 2022. The workshop proceedings will be published as a journal special collection and will form the basis for a book on Jupiter and giant planets post-Juno.

** Please make lunch requests now. **
On Monday (a federal and Caltech holiday), participants need to find lunch off-campus or bring their own. There will be open options at the corner of California and Lake (Einstein bagels, Subway, even Starbucks...), a modest walk away. On later days, the alternative to advance orders is on campus: Red Door Cafe has various sandwiches available (and some seating indoors and out); there is a cafeteria immediately across from the Red Door. Even accepts credit cards. There is also an ATM nearby.

Total fees (Registration + lunches):
Fees will be collected on site.

There is also a dinner party at Andy Ingersoll's house:
June 22, 2022 5:30pm

Additional details will be shown after registration and this field can be changed.