The Planetary Science Informatics and Data Analytics conference will be held in the Knight Conference Center at Washington University in St. Louis.
Washington University in St. Louis
Founded in 1853, Washington University is among the world’s leaders in teaching, research, patient care, and service to society. We are committed to learning and exploration, to discovery and impact. Together, we explore our intellectual passions and challenge the unknown.
More than 14,500 students and 3,500 faculty are academically engaged in arts and sciences, engineering, medicine, law, social work, and business.
Metro St. Louis is a diverse metropolis with an array of research, biotech, service, manufacturing, and trade activities. It is home to major corporations including Anheuser-Busch, Boeing Defense, Emerson, Monsanto, Enterprise, and Edward Jones.
The city boasts cultural and sports outlets such as art, history, and science museums; numerous musical venues from solo performance to symphony; and professional baseball and hockey sports teams.
The Gateway Arch, located in downtown St. Louis, commemorates westward expansion of the United States during the nineteenth century.
Forest Park , located adjacent to Washington University, is home to numerous cultural attractions, including the St. Louis Science Center, St. Louis Art Museum, Missouri History Museum, and St. Louis Zoo.
The 5.5 km2 (1371 acre) park also hosts walking, running, and biking trails, two golf courses, and tennis and racquetball facilities that are open to the public, with more than 12 million visitors per year.