With the PEER research program well established and future research planning now underway, the 2004 PEER Annual Meeting provides a timely opportunity to identify research needs and priorities that are critical to PEER fulfilling its mission. The 2004 Annual Meeting has been structured into two plenary sessions and several two-hour breakout discussions on important topics relative to PEER. The intent is to engage PEER researchers and partners in discussions on selected issues and elicit ideas on strategies to address outstanding needs.
As in Year 6, the annual meeting is geared primarily towards working sessions to engage the researchers and industry partners in discussions about research accomplishments, needs, and plans. Day 1 focuses on presenting and discussing results and findings of the methodology testbeds. Day 2 is organized around the thrust area and cross cutting topics and should be structured to promote discussion about research needs and planning.
Who Should Attend:
- All individuals working on PEER-funded Core and Lifelines projects (Years 6 and/or 7) are expected to attend. This includes Principal Investigators, student and post-doctoral researchers, and anyone else supported by the project.
- PEER Business and Industry Partners
- Active PEER committee members (SAC, IAB, SLC)
- Other students or industry members interested in learning more about PEER's research programs
For more information:
Please refer to this website and check back frequently for updates. If you have questions, you may send them to Parshaw at the PEER Outreach Office by email.