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INSTITUTET FÖR RYMDFYSIK UPPSALA
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Swedish Institute of Space Physics (59o50.272'N, 17o38.786'E)
Workshop Energy Magnetospheres Uppsala A

Swedish Space Physics Workshop

has now taken place quasi-annually (under varying names) for some seven years. In 2009 the Swedish Space
Physics Workshop will take place on February 26 and 27 in Uppsala. This is the first announcement.

Map

Information for visitors

The workshop will have the Beurlingsroom on the ground floor of the Ångströmlaboratoriet of the Uppsala University plus smaller meeting rooms for splinter sessions.

Programme

February 26, Thursday: 
  • Prenoon: Arrival, informal discussions
  • 11:30-: Lunch with local space physics friends
  • 12:30: Presentations 
    • Göran Marklund
    • Tomas Karlsson
    • Maria Hamrin
    • Yama
    • Hans Nilsson
    • Gudmund Wannberg
        • Short break, bensträckare
    • Martin Waara
    • Erik Engwall
    • Mats André
    • Andris Vaivads
    • Michiko Morooka
    • Mohammad Shafiq
    • Emilia Yordanova
  • 15:00 Coffee
  • Splinter sessions
    • Ion outflow from the ionosphere
    • Turbulence, does it matter?
    • Dissipation, what does it mean in a collisionless plasma?
    • Enceladus electrodynamics
  • 18:15 Workshop dinner 
February 27, Friday:
  • 9:00 Splinter sessions
    • EISCAT-3D
    • Plasma transport across the magnetopause, various mechanisms
    • Titan stuff
  • 10:30 Coffee
  • 10:50 Presentation of summaries
  • 12:30 Lunch

Registration

The local organizers are Stephan Buchert and Mats André. You can register
by sending an email to me. Please let me also know if you
have suggestions for splinter sessions, (preliminary) titles of your
presentations, and if you would like to have assistance for reserving
accommodation.

Please point colleagues and students who might be
interested to join the workshop to this announcemnet.

The range of "space physics" is (perhaps adequately) defined here.

http://space.irfu.se/workshops/SwedishSpacePhysics2009/index.html
last modified on Thursday, 26-Feb-2009 11:29:28 CET