The USVOA will be holding a meeting at the 233rd meeting of the American Astronomical Society on Monday, Jan. 7 from 2:00 - 3:30pm in Room 4C-2 at the Washington State Convention Center.
This year's meeting will take a turn from our previous structure, focusing on VO tools and services that make science easier to do. Demonstrations will include accessing the NASA archives programmatically, building large image mosaics, discovering datasets through image services, and more.
The meeting is open to all attendees of the AAS; all are welcome to join in on US VO discussions. With 2020 approaching, we encourage attendees to raise questions, ideas, or concerns they have with their science goals for the next decadal surveys, and explore ways the VO can help.
We look forward to seeing you all!
Meeting agenda (Monday, Jan. 7, 2:00pm - 3:30pm):
B. Berriman (IPAC) and G. Fabbiano (CfA)
Chandra Source Catalog 2.0 Science Threads
F. Civano (CfA)
The LSST Alert Stream
E. Bellm (UW)
Running Montage in a Python Environment
B. Berriman (IPAC)
A Demo of the NOAO Data Lab
K. Olsen (NOAO)
SciServer (8+4 min)
A. Thakar (JHU)
NAVO Python Workshop Overview
T. Donaldson (STScI)
Open Discussion (10 min)