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- Julie Palais Program Manager, Antarctic Glaciology, National Science Foundation
- Waleed Abdalati Senior Scientist managing NASA Cryospheric Sciences Program.
- Prasad Gogineni University Principal Investigator of the PRISM project and Deane E. Ackers Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering, University of Kansas.
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