*Breakout sessions will be held on Wednesday afternoon (June 21) to enable the community
to discuss and work on Kepler/K2 related projects. We envision that these sessions will
be more hands-on ("unconference" sessions) compared to traditional talks, ideally with
broad interest to the community. Examples for breakout sessions could include panel
discussions, hack activities, work meetings of larger collaborations, or tutorials
to use data/software products related to Kepler/K2. When submitting a "breakout
session" abstract please include a brief summary of the scope and goals of the
session, and an estimate of the expected number of participants.