2009 Workshop:Workshop List

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Workshop conveners please submit descriptions of your workshops on-line - due Monday 23 March

The following are the 2009 workshops.


Monday 29 June 2009

  1. Anasazi South, 1300-1500, CEDAR and ITM Strategic Planning - by Jeff Thayer
  2. Anasazi North, 1300-1500 (Part 1) and 1930-2130 (Part 2), South American Initiative to study the causal linkage between thermospheric gravity activity and equatorial spread F development - by John Meriwether
  3. Zia, 1300-1500 (Part 1) and 1930-2130 (Part 2), Magnetosphere Ionosphere Coupling - by Joshua Semeter
  4. Sunset, 1300-1500, Ionosphere/thermosphere (IT) modeling - by Joe Huba
  5. Anasazi South, 1930-2130, CEDAR Electrodynamics Thermosphere Ionosphere Modeling Challenge - by Masha Kuznetsovz

Tuesday 30 June 2009

  1. Anasazi South, 1300-1500, Upper Atmospheric Facilities - Integrating Management, Operations, and Science - by Tony van Eyken
  2. Anasazi North, 1300-1500, Ionospheric electrodynamics and disturbances at middle and low latitudes during magnetic storms - by Chaosong Huang
  3. Zia, 1300-1500, Meteors and the Upper Atmosphere - by Lars Dyrud
  4. Sunset, 1300-1500, Atomic hydrogen in the thermosphere and exosphere - by Edwin Mierkiewicz
  5. Anasazi South, 1930-2130 (Part 1) The equatorial ionosphere during solar minimum -- C/NOFS and Jicamarca Amigos - by D. Hysell
  6. Anasazi North, 1930-2130, Small-Scale Dynamics of the MLT: Observation, Modeling, and Theory - by Jonathan Snively
  7. Zia A, 1930-2130, M - I coupling at the plasmasphere boundary layer - by Anthea Coster
  8. Zia B+C, 1930-2130, Comparative meteor science - The effects of meteoroids on planetary atmospheres and ionospheres - by Paul Withers
  9. Sunset, 1930-2130, Measurement and Modeling of Neutral Winds in the MLT and IT Regions - by Geoff Crowley

Wednesday 01 July 2009

  1. Anasazi South, 1300-1500 (Part 1) and 1600-1800 (Part 2), Passive Optical calibration techniques and error assessment - by Susan Nossal
  2. Anasazi North, 1300-1500, GOLD community interactions workshop - by Alan Burns
  3. Zia, 1300-1500, Ionosphere and Mesosphere Polar Aeronomy Campaign (IMPAC) 2009 - by Q. Wu
  4. Sunset, 1300-1500 (Part 2), The equatorial ionosphere during solar minimum -- C/NOFS and Jicamarca Amigos - by D. Hysell
  5. Anasazi North, 1600-1800, Estimating Physical Drivers from Ionospheric Imaging and Data Assimilation - by Gary Bust, technical requests include I would like to have ~ 4 white boards, or some kind of writing paper on easels, that people from the audience can use to make their point. I would imagine having 1 in front, where the presenter, facilitator can use it, one in the back, and 2 1/2 back on either side, so audience participation is easy.
  6. Zia, 1600-1800, Thermospheric and Ionospheric Effects of Solar Wind Shocks and Pressure Pulses during the Declining Phase of Solar Cycle 23 - by Cheryl Huang
  7. Sunset, 1600-1800, World Day planning - by Ingemar Haggstrom

Thursday 02 July 2009

  1. Anasazi South, 1230-1430 (Part 1) and 1500-1700 (Part 2), Arecibo Friends - by M. Sulzer
  2. Anasazi North, 1230-1430 (Part 1) and 1500-1700 (Part 2) Cubesat Constellations and Communications Workshop - by Gary Swenson, technical requests include A table with 6 chairs at the front.
  3. Zia, 1230-1430 (Part 1) and 1500-1700 (Part 2), Science Rational for an Antarctic ISR - by Anja Stromme
  4. Sunset, 1230-1430 (Part 1) and 1500-1700 (Part 2), Ionospheric and thermospheric response to large stratospheric changes - by L. Goncharenko

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