Number 30, February 2004
Contents: 1) Calling All Theses! 2) Don't Forget to Register for the Victoria meeting! 3) CalFUSE 3.0.4 beta-testers needed! 4) Phase 2 Template Files Blocked by Anti-Spam filters 1) Calling All Theses! The FUSE project now maintains a web page listing all Ph.D. theses that have used or been supported by FUSE data and grants. When available, we also provide links either to an on-line summary of the thesis work or to the thesis itself. We also list theses that are still in development. Please see: If you or your students know of Ph.D. theses using FUSE data, please submit the relevant information to the FUSE Webmaster account at: firstname.lastname@example.org at your earliest convenience. Please include Full Title, Full name of the Ph.D. recipient, granting institution, month and year of degree (or when expected), and any links to on-line information. See the web page for examples. 2) Don't Forget to Register for the Victoria meeting! Just a quick reminder to mark your calendars and register for the FUSE conference, to be held at University of Victoria, British Columbia, during August 2-6. Abstracts are due by April 1, but the early registrations will make things easier for the organizers, and will be very much appreciated. 3) CalFUSE 3.0.4 beta-testers needed! The FUSE project is looking for volunteers to beta-test CalFUSE v3.0.4, the latest incarnation of the FUSE data-reduction pipeline. If you are interested in "playing" with this new software -- and helping to uncover its remaining bugs -- please send a note to email@example.com. If you are considered an active v3.0 beta tester, you have already been contacted by the Science Data Processing team. 4) Phase 2 Template Files Blocked by Anti-Spam filters We have received a few reports to the effect that the FUSE phase 2 template files have been intercepted by anti-spam filters at some institutions. Please be aware that if you have not received the partially filled in phase 2 templates by now, this is likely to have happened at your institution as well. If so, please let us know and we'll send you a copy of the template using a proven alternative route.
The Observer's Electronic Newsletter is published by the FUSE project and is aimed at the FUSE user community.
Editor: B-G Andersson, FUSE Guest Investigator Officer.
The FUSE Project is managed by Johns Hopkins University's Center for Astrophysical Sciences in Baltimore, MD, for NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. The FUSE Principal Investigator is Dr. Warren Moos, the FUSE Program Manager at JHU is Mr. Randy Ewing, and the NASA Project Scientist for FUSE is Dr. George Sonneborn.
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