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Astrophsyics

Physics of the Cosmos Program Analysis Group (PhysPAG)

PhysPAG Executive Committee

The PhysPAG Chair and the PhysPAG Executive Committee (EC) are appointed members of the PhysPAG whose responsibilities include organizing meetings and collecting and summarizing community input with subsequent reporting to the Astrophysics Division Director.

Executive Committee Selections

  • Memo from NASA Headquarters December 2017 [PDF]
  • Memo from NASA Headquarters November 2016 [PDF]
  • Memo from NASA Headquarters November 2015 [PDF]
  • Memo from NASA Headquarters November 2014 [PDF]
  • Memo from NASA Headquarters December 2013 [PDF]

Executive Committee Membership

NameInstitutionExpertiseEnd of Term
John Conklin
(Chair)
Univ. of FloridaGWSIGDecember 2019
Jim BeattyOhio State Univ.CRSIGDecember 2019
Sylvain GuiriecGeorge Washington Univ.GRSIGDecember 2019
Kelly Holley-BockelmannVanderbilt Univ.GWSIGDecember 2019
Kevin HuffenbergerFlorida State Univ.CoSSIG/IPSIGDecember 2020
Ralph KraftSAOXRSIGDecember 2018
Henric KrawczynskiWashington Univ. in St. LouisGRSIGDecember 2018
Igor MoskalenkoStanford Univ.CRSIGDecember 2018
James RhoadsGSFCCoSSIGDecember 2020
Graça Rocha
(Vice Chair)
JPLIPSIG/CoSSIGDecember 2020
John TomsickUC BerkeleyGRSIG/XRSIGDecember 2019
Abigail ViereggUniv. of ChicagoIPSIG/CRSIGDecember 2020
Nicolas YunesMontana State Univ.GWSIGDecember 2020

  • Past PhysPAG Members



  • PCOS News

    Program News and Announcements

    14 September 2018
    NASA's Astrophysics Division issues open call for nominations, including self-nominations, to serve on the Executive Committee of NASA's Physics of the Cosmos Program Analysis Group, or PhysPAG. Deadline for receipt of nominations is October 19, 2018. »  Full details [PDF].
    24 July 2018
    The National Academies has released information about the 2020 Decadal Survey call for Community Science White Papers. They will be due 7–18 January 2018. See here for further instructions.
    1 June 2018
    MMA SAG analyzing the benefits of multimessenger observations made possible by NASA observatories in the 2020 decade and beyond launched! Join the kickoff telecon Friday, 8 June, and sign up today! »  Full details
    26 Feb 2018
    LISA Preparatory Science is a new program element in ROSES 2018 to provide support for U.S. investigators involved in analysis and interpretation of simulated LISA data. Mandatory NOIs are due 19 Mar 2018 and full proposals are due 14 Jun 2018.

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