CEDAR Workshop Proposal List

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The following is the current list of CEDAR Workshop proposals for the 2013 CEDAR Workshop

  1. edit proposed on 2013-02-27 09:50:43 -Coupling of the lower and upper atmosphere during Stratospheric Sudden Warmings - by A. Maute for 4 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: MLT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: modeling, Other: MLT+IT, global, model+observations - for 50 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  2. edit proposed on 2013-02-28 08:34:43 -International space weather and climate observations along the 120E/60W meridional circle and over its surrounding areas - by John Foster for 4 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: radar, Other: MLT, Lidars - for 40 people - conflicts: Beginning of the week; Monday is the best. - requests: none
  3. edit proposed on 2013-02-28 14:08:00 -Calibration and analysis techniques for passive optical and lidar observations - by S. Nossal for 4 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: optical, Other: MLT - for 30 people - conflicts: If possible, we would prefer that this workshop not conflict with other workshops addressing optical observations.and with sessions on climate and long term trends. - requests: none
  4. edit proposed on 2013-02-28 14:38:55 -Planetary waves and Tides in the Middle Atmosphere and Ionosphere: Observations, Modeling and Data Assimilation - by Amal Chandran for 4 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: MLT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: modeling, Other: MLT+IT, Observations+Model+data assimilation - for 50 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  5. edit proposed on 2013-02-28 15:59:38 -CEDAR ETI Modeling Challenge - by Ja Soon Shim for 2 hours using Round Table with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: modeling - for 40 people - conflicts: It would be best if this workshop could be scheduled on Monday so that those who are participating in GEM meeting can attend the session after the GEM meeting. - requests: none
  6. edit proposed on 2013-02-28 17:37:58 -World Day Planning - by M. McCready for 2 hours using Round Table with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: radar - for 30 people - conflicts: Not Friday, please. - requests: none
  7. edit proposed on 2013-02-28 19:39:59 -To build a strategy to forecast the state and dynamics of the ionosphere over South America using the LISN distributed observatory. - by Cesar Valladares for 2 hours using Round Table with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: equatorial, Inst/Model: modeling, Other: ground-based + modeling - for 40 people - conflicts: friday morning - requests: none
  8. edit proposed on 2013-03-01 16:24:20 -Equatorial Ionospheric Electrodynamics and Low-Latitude Space Weather - by Chao-Song Huang for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: equatorial, Inst/Model: modeling - for 40 people - conflicts: Best on Monday - Tuesday. Not Friday. Thanks. - requests: None
  9. edit proposed on 2013-03-03 13:15:33 -Large Atmospheric Lidar Observatory (LALO), a new initiative. - by Gary Swenson for 2 hours using Presentation plus discussion with categories Altitudes: MLT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: optical - for 65 people - conflicts: Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday - requests: none
  10. edit proposed on 2013-03-06 22:17:29 -MIT boundary region science enabled by data assimilation - by Seebany Datta-Barua for 2 hours using Short 5 Slide Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: modeling, Other: data assimilation - for 40 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  11. edit proposed on 2013-03-07 14:54:57 -Data Assimilation Simulation Studies of Various Satellite Instrumentation and Configurations - by G. Bust for 2 hours using full discussion of all attendees with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: modeling, Other: data assimilation - for 40 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  12. edit proposed on 2013-03-07 16:48:14 -PFISR Ion-Neutral Observations in the Thermosphere Campaign Year 1 - by Bill Bristow for 4 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: polar, Inst/Model: radar, Other: Optical, Modeling - for 20 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  13. edit proposed on 2013-03-07 21:06:03 -Impacts of Meteoroids and Space Debris - by Sigrid Close for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: MLT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: radar, Other: satellite, modeling, optical - for 40 people - conflicts: We do not want to conflict with the CubeSat or radar sessions. - requests: We request access to the internet as well as a computer projector. Thank you!
  14. edit proposed on 2013-03-08 11:40:17 -To the Topside: exploring the space-atmosphere interaction region - by Edwin Mierkiewicz for 4 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: optical, Other: Optical/Radar/Satellite/Modeling - for 35 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  15. edit proposed on 2013-03-08 17:37:45 -Opportunities for cubesat science in Alaska - by Bob McCoy for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: polar, Inst/Model: satellite - for 20 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  16. edit proposed on 2013-03-08 19:03:40 -Systems theoretical approach to CEDAR sciences - by Tomoko Matsuo for 2 hours using Panel discussion with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: modeling, Other: Inference methods - for 50 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  17. edit proposed on 2013-03-11 12:32:34 -Geospace system science during storms and substorms - by N. Maruyama for 4 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: radar, Other: all kinds of observations, modeling, theory, and data assimilati - for 60 people - conflicts: monday. the participants in the weekend joint GEM-CEDAR workshop might be able to join. - requests: none
  18. edit proposed on 2013-03-12 07:31:42 -Exploring mesosphere-lower thermosphere (MLT) applications for commercial suborbital spacecraft - by H Todd Smith for 4 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: MLT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: satellite, Other: in situ suborbital - for 50 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  19. edit proposed on 2013-03-12 18:02:18 -Potential CEDAR role in US/UK Space Weather Collaborations - by Ian McCrea for 2 hours using Round Table with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: modeling - for 20 people - conflicts: none - requests: Internet access might be useful. The main requirement, though, is for a data projector and a good enough group of people to have a fertile discussion!
  20. edit proposed on 2013-03-15 19:49:20 -Lightning Effects in the Middle and Upper Atmosphere - by Ningyu Liu for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: MLT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: optical, Other: radio, satellite, and modeling - for 30 people - conflicts: First two days of the CEDAR workshop - requests: Internet access
  21. edit proposed on 2013-03-19 13:54:34 -Understanding Thermospheric Winds - by A. Ridley for 4 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: optical - for 40 people - conflicts: None. - requests: None.
  22. edit proposed on 2013-03-21 09:35:03 -Observing and Modeling Small-Scale Wave Dynamics and Interactions in the MLT Region - by Jonathan Snively for 2 hours using Short 5 Slide Presentations with categories Altitudes: MLT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: modeling - for 30 people - conflicts: Not in conflict with similar MLT-region sessions. - requests: Computer with projector and accessible wireless internet access.
  23. edit proposed on 2013-03-28 13:13:39 -Advances in lidar and coordinated studies of middle and upper atmosphere globally - by Xinzhao Chu for 4 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: MLT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: optical, Other: lidar, radar, imager, satellite, modeling, etc. - for 30 people - conflicts: We request to avoid time overlapping with other lidar-related workshops. - requests: none
  24. edit proposed on 2013-05-24 06:58:12 -50 years of Gravity Wave Research - a Tribute to Colin Hines - by David Fritts for 2 hours using history, invited, and contribute with categories Altitudes: MLT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: modeling, Other: gravity wave theory, modeling, and observations - for 60 people - conflicts: none - requests: We will require a 2-way video teleconference capability for the duration of the workshop to allow Colin\'s participation from Toronto.