CEDAR Workshop Proposal List

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The following is the current list of CEDAR Workshop proposals for the 2020 CEDAR Workshop

  1. edit proposed on 2020-01-22 08:18:57 -Grand Challenge Initiative Mesosphere Lower Thermosphere - by Douglas Rowland for 2 hours using Round Table with categories Altitudes: MLT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - for 30 people - conflicts: Tuesday June 23 is needed -- our international participants will only be at CEDAR that day - requests: none
  2. edit proposed on 2020-02-19 12:14:20 -Gravity wave multi-step vertical coupling from the troposphere to the thermosphere/ionosphere - by Sharon Vadas for 2 hours using Short 5 Slide Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - for 30 people - conflicts: Any day except monday - requests: none
  3. edit proposed on 2020-02-20 08:48:28 -Discovery science near the magnetic equator - by D. Hysell for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: equatorial, Inst/Model: - for 50 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  4. edit proposed on 2020-02-21 11:40:40 -Understanding the Electromagnetic Energy Input to Earth’s Atmosphere - by Alexchartier for 4 hours(GC only) using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: polar, Inst/Model: - for 100 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  5. edit proposed on 2020-02-24 09:46:43 -Advances in Integrating Models and Observations of the Thermosphere and Ionosphere: Challenges and Opportunities - by Fabrizio Sassi for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - for 30 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  6. edit proposed on 2020-02-25 11:51:20 -Advances in the study of the Earth’s atmosphere vertical coupling in mid latitudes, and its relationship with MSTIDs. - by Fabio Vargas for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: mid-latitude, Inst/Model: - for 30 people - conflicts: Not to conflict with gravity wave or related MLT sessions - requests: A 16:9 compatible projector with HDMI and VGA inputs
  7. edit proposed on 2020-03-04 18:47:20 --Calibration, analysis, and uncertainty assessment for optical observations - by Jeff Baumgardner for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - for 20 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  8. edit proposed on 2020-03-06 11:56:11 -Model systems engineering - by Michael Hirsch for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - for 30 people - conflicts: trying to avoid conflicts with software and especially modeling sessions - requests: none
  9. edit proposed on 2020-03-09 15:49:13 -Geospace Responses During the Whole Heliosphere and Planetary Interactions (WHPI) Periods - by Liying Qian for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - for 60 people - conflicts: We request a time slot during Monday to Wednesday since some attendees will need to leave later in the week to attend AOGs. - requests: none
  10. edit proposed on 2020-03-10 14:48:15 -NEW TECHNIQUES FOR ACTIVE EXPERIMENTS WORKSHOP - by Christopher Fallen for 2 hours using Round Table with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - for 30 people - conflicts: Not sure of the schedule yet, early in the week is preferred, and there will be closely related\r\nsessions (still TBD) with which we would hope to avoid a conflict. - requests: We would like to have 3 round tables and 3 small projectors in the workshop room, one for each\r\ndiscussion group.
  11. edit proposed on 2020-03-10 18:30:07 -Data Science in CEDAR: Progress, Capacity-Building, and Traversing Disciplines - by Ryan McGranaghan for Given the timeliness of this top using Two sessions: 1) divided between with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - for 75 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  12. edit proposed on 2020-03-10 20:20:12 -Meteoroids and Space Debris - by Julio Urbina for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: MLT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - 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. We request access to the internet as well as a computer projector.
  13. edit proposed on 2020-03-11 13:37:25 -Geospace storms and upper atmosphere dynamics at mid- and subauroral latitudes - by Shunrong Zhang for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: mid-latitude, Inst/Model: - for 50 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  14. edit proposed on 2020-03-12 09:18:33 -Snakes on a Spaceship: The Order of the Python - by Angeline Burrell for 2 hours using Short presentations with a tutor with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - for 50 people - conflicts: M, Tu, W so people continue to learn from each other and try out new programs. - requests: internet access, tables for attendees to use (not just chairs)
  15. edit proposed on 2020-03-12 15:00:20 -CEDAR Science Past the Next Decade – A Long-Term Vision - by Jens Oberheide for 2 hours using Round Table with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - for 30 people - conflicts: This session would be advertised at the end of the student workshop, and at the end of some of the plenary sessions that will focus on the CEDAR Strategic Thrusts. It would thus be best to have it in the 2nd half of CEDAR (but not on Friday, to maximize early career scientist participation). - requests: none
  16. edit proposed on 2020-03-12 15:48:22 -ICON data tutorial and workshop - by Brian Harding for 2 hours using Tutorials with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: equatorial, Inst/Model: - for 20 people - conflicts: none - requests: Audience seating with tables for laptops
  17. edit proposed on 2020-03-13 12:50:17 -Traveling Ionospheric/Atmospheric Disturbances of high latitude origin and their low latitude impacts - by Manbharat Singh Dhadly for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - for 40 people - conflicts: Beginning or middle of the week, do not overlap with relevant sessions. - requests: Projector, laser pointer, and internet access
  18. edit proposed on 2020-03-13 22:48:36 -Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments (DASI) - by Cesar E Valladares for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - for 80 people - conflicts: Tuesday through Friday - requests: none
  19. edit proposed on 2020-03-16 09:10:07 -Subauroral Science: STEVE, SAPS, SAID, and SAR arcs! - by Bea Gallardo-Lacourt for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: mid-latitude, Inst/Model: - for 50 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  20. edit proposed on 2020-03-17 09:06:03 -Plasma Instabilities and Nonlinear Effects in the Auroral and Subauroral Geospace - by Hassan Akbari for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - for 20 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  21. edit proposed on 2020-03-17 13:24:27 -Identification and Source Differentiation of Traveling Ionospheric Disturbances (TIDs) - by Kate Zawdie for 2 hours using Short presentations followed by with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - for 30 people - conflicts: Not to conflict with gravity wave or other TID sessions. - requests: Wireless microphone for audience questions\r\n\r\nProjector and internet access
  22. edit proposed on 2020-03-19 16:04:34 -Cold Plasma Populations Throughout the Geospace System - by Roger Varney for 2 hours using Tutorial followed by short prese with categories Altitudes: IT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - for 60 people - conflicts: none - requests: none
  23. edit proposed on 2020-03-19 22:49:25 -Thunderstorm Effects in the near-Earth Space - by Joanne Wu for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: MLT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - for 20 people - conflicts: None - requests: None
  24. edit proposed on 2020-03-20 18:59:09 -Progress in Lidar Science and Engineering - by Rich Collins for 2 hours using Short Presentations with categories Altitudes: MLT, Latitudes: global, Inst/Model: - for 30 people - conflicts: None - requests: None