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(1) Announcement: CAWSES-II TG4 newsletter, Issue 6 at http://www.cawses.org/wiki/images/6/63/TG4_newsletter_issue6.pdf in on-line. From Michi Nishioka <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
(2) Summer 2012 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at MIT Haystack Observatory due 1 February 2012. From KT Paul (ktpaul at haystack.mit.edu). See also http://www.haystack.mit.edu/edu/reu/.
(1) Announcement: CAWSES-II TG4 newsletter, Issue 6 at http://www.cawses.org/wiki/images/6/63/TG4_newsletter_issue6.pdf in on-line.
From Michi Nishioka <nishioka at nict.go.jp>.
The sixth CAWSES-II TG4 newsletter is issued. It can be downloaded from the CAWSES-II Wiki page at http://www.cawses.org/wiki/images/6/63/TG4_newsletter_issue6.pdf
The purpose of this newsletter is to make more communications among scientists related to the CAWSES-II Task Group 4 (particularly between those of the atmosphere and the ionosphere). The editors would like to invite you to submit the following articles to the TG4 newsletter. Our newsletter has four categories of the articles:
- Articles: ~500 words and four figures (maximum)-----on campaign, ground observations, satellite observations, modeling, workshop/conference/symposium report, etc
- Highlights on young scientists: ~200 words and two figures-----on his/him own work related to CAWSES-TG4
- Short news: ~100 words-----announcements of campaign, workshop, etc
4# List of planned workshop
Category 2 (Highlights on young scientists) helps both young scientists and TG4 members to know each other. Please contact the editors for recommendation of young scientists who are willing to write an article on this category. Your suggestions and comments on this newsletter are also very welcome.
Editor of CAWSES-II TG4 newsletter, Michi Nishioka (nishioka at nict.go.jp)
(2) Summer 2012 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at MIT Haystack Observatory due 1 February 2012.
From KT Paul (ktpaul at haystack.mit.edu).
Undergraduate science, mathematics, engineering, and computer science students are invited to apply for summer research positions at the MIT Haystack Observatory in Westford, MA. Research projects include radio astronomical studies, atmospheric physics investigations, and hardware and software development for data acquisition and processing. The program extends from June 4 to August 10, 2012 and carries a weekly stipend of $500.00. Women, minorities and students with disabilities are encouraged to apply. For further information and application materials, see http://www.haystack.mit.edu/edu/reu/.
Application deadline is 1 February 2012