Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Scott Gamble, who writes:
[T]here is an event called the HamSCI workshop that is held by a group of ham radio and scientific leaders in partnership with universities. For example, last year it was held near Cleveland at Case Western Reserve University. The two-day event covers a lot of interesting and highly technical topics about multiple facets of radio.
This years’ event is being put on by the University of Scranton (PA) on Friday and Saturday March 20 and 21, and due to the coronavirus situation has been moved to an all-virtual event (on Zoom) and is free. People can register at the link below, which includes an agenda for the two days.
Wow! Thank you, Scott! I’ve registered and hope to attend a few of the presentations over the next few days. While some of these topics are over my head, many sounds absolutely fascinating!
Thanks again for the tip!