Program Overview

 

GLEON 22 All Hands' Meeting, Postponed to 2021 (Dates TBD)
The Masurian Lake District, Olsztyn-Ryn, Poland

 
The GLEON 22 Meeting has been postponed to a later date, very likely 1925 June 2021. We will continue to monitor the global COVID-19 situation closely and keep you informed about the dates for G22 in 2021. A Program Overview is provided below for reference and specific dates will be added back once these are confirmed.
 
In response to feedback, the GLEON 22 Program Committee has extended the meeting program to begin earlier  with a student-only activity and dinner on Saturday evening, workshops on Sunday, and the main beginning on Monday (instead of Tuesday) and continuing through Thursday. This change is to allow more time for working group and ad hoc group meeting time and a group excursion.
 
Plan travel and budget accordingly to arrive in Poland by Saturday (for students and workshop attendees) or Sunday (if only attending the main meeting) and depart Friday. See Travel Information and Venue & Accommodations for meeting package options.
 
Saturday, Date TBD
  • Travel day for students and workshop attendees
  • Registration
  • GLEON Student Association (GSA) dinner and student-only activity
  • Dinner for other early arrivals
Sunday, Date TBD
  • Workshops
  • Travel day for all other attendees
  • Registration
  • Working Group Facilitation Training (open to all attendees)
  • Dinner
  • Mixer and introduction to GLEON
Monday, Date TBD
  • Opening Plenary
  • Working Group Meetings
  • Poster Session I
Tuesday, Date TBD
  • Working Group and Ad hoc group meetings
  • Site News and Updates
  • Poster Session II
Wednesday, Date TBD
  • Working Group and Ad hoc group meetings
  • Local excursion
Thursday, Date TBD
  • Working Group and Ad hoc group meetings and report back
  • Steering Committee report back
  • Next GLEON meeting presentation
  • Meeting evaluation survey
  • Dinner
Friday, Date TBD
  • Excursions (on own)
  • Departures

Updated: 9 April 2020

 

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