How to become a Member of the Steering Committee
To become a member of the SPHERIC Steering Committee requires a commitment greater than just being active in SPH either as a user or researcher.
Each member of the SPHERIC Steering Committee is expected to be actively supporting the SPH community.
The following leadership activities are typically expected for a member of the SPHERIC Steering Committee:
- Organise a SPHERIC Workshop
- Produce the Newsletter
- Run the SPHERIC Website, YouTube channel and Twitter account
- Review Abstracts and Papers as part of the Scientific Committee
- Provide leadership of one of the SPHERIC Grand Challenges
- Run community awareness activities such as the CiteULike SPH page, administering the ‘Joe Monaghan’ prize
- Organise journal Special Issues on SPH
- Attend bi-annual Steering Committee meetings
If you are interested in suggesting an activity or becoming a member of the Steering Committee, please contact any member of the committee.