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TechSAG

PCOS Technology Assessment

The TechSAG undertook a task to assess the technology needs for current and future PCOS science objectives. A draft draft technology roadmap and supporting tables were developed and made available for community comment in July 2011. Comments received were assessed and incorporated based on the best judgment of the TechSAG and a final roadmap and set of supporting tables were submitted to the Astrophysics Subcommittee for approval on 20 Oct 2011. Following approval by the Astrophysics Subcommittee, the results of the assessment were provided to the PCOS Program Office as input to their Program Annual Technology Report to be used by the Astrophysics Division to guide planning for PCOS technology related activities.

  • PhysPAG/TechSAG PCOS Technology Assessment [PDF]
  • PCOS Technical Matrix - Expanded [PDF]

TechSAG Team

Jamie Bock (Caltech)Herman Marshall (MIT)
Jay Bookbinder (CfA)Guido Mueller (U. Florida)
Roger Brissenden (chair; CfA)Steve Murray (JHU)
Randall Correll (Ball)Jason Rhodes (JPL)
Kathy Flanagan (STScI)Dan Schwartz (CfA)
Liz Hays (GSFC)Colleen Wilson-Hodge (MSFC)
Shaul Hanany (UMN)Kent Wood (NRL)
Kent Irwin (NIST) 
  
PCOS Program Office (GSFC):Ann Hornschemeier, Carl Stahl,
Jackie Townsend
NASA HQ Observers:Jaya Bajpayee, Mike Moore,
Rita Sambruna

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