[eiscat3d.list] First Announcement and Call for Papers: The 15th EISCAT International Workshop
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First Announcement and Call for Papers
The 15th EISCAT International Workshop
5 - 9 September 2011, Qingdao, China
The EISCAT Scientific Association is an international research organization that operates some of the world's most advanced incoherent scatter radars and other ground-based facilities for probing of the space environment in the auroral zone, in northern Scandinavia. The first agreement to establish and fund EISCAT was signed in 1975 by six European research councils from Finland, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden and UK. The radar facility was inaugurated on 26 August, 1981. Japan has been full member of the association from 1996. China joined the association in 2006.
Biennial EISCAT International Workshops have been organized since 1983. The 15th EISCAT International Workshop will be held in Qingdao, China, 5-9 September 2011, hosted by the China Research Institute of Radiowave Propagation (CRIRP). A ceremony for the 30th anniversary of the EISCAT measurements will highlight the Workshop.
The workshop sessions will cover new results from areas including space weather, solar-magnetosphere-ionosphere-atmosphere coupling, high-latitude ionosphere, mesosphere and thermosphere, meteors and space debris, ionospheric modification, and especially both traditional and novel applications of the EISCAT and other incoherent scatter radars in the world. In addition to the sessions concerning scientific progress there will be sessions on new radar plans and techniques (e.g. EISCAT_3D, the new Antarctic radar, the 3rd ESR antenna, collaboration with satellites).
We welcome scientists and students all over the world to attend the workshop presenting the latest research achievements. Oral or poster contributions are both welcome. The abstract deadline is 31 May, 2011. The invitation letters will be sent together with the acceptance notification of abstract to each contributor for application of visa to China.
1. Overview of the IS Research by EISCAT- 30 Years of Measurements
2. Space Weather and Solar Wind-Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Atmosphere Coupling
3. High-Latitude Ionosphere
4. Mesosphere and Thermosphere
5. The EISCAT-3D and the Future
6. The Global ISR Network
7. Meteors and Space Debris
8. New Techniques and Areas of Research
9. Ionospheric Modification
10. Poster session
China Research Institute of Radiowave Propagation (CRIRP).
Instructions for abstract submission
Please submit the abstracts via email to: eiscat2011 at leme.ac.cn<mailto:eiscat2011 at leme.ac.cn>.
* Submission of abstracts: 31 May 2011
* Acceptance notification and invitation letter: 30 June 2011
* Pre-registration: 31 July 2011
* Registration: 4-5 September 2011
Prof. DONG Qingsheng
Scientific Program Committee Co-Chairs:
Prof. LIU Ruiyuan
Dr. Esa Turunen
Local Organization Committee Chair:
Prof. WU Jian
Dr. Xu Zhengwen (Vice Chair)
Mr. MA Tiehan
Location and Travel
Qingdao is a beautiful costal city in eastern China. Lying across the Shandong Peninsula while looking out to the Yellow Sea, Qingdao today is a major seaport and industrial center. It is also the site of the Tsingtao Brewery. In 2008, Qingdao was named China's 7th-most livable city.
Hotels will be booked in downtown of Qingdao at various grades for different needs. Registration form and hotel price information will be given soon.
More information can be found on our web-site: http://www.leme.ac.cn/the 15th eiscat international workshop.html<http://www.leme.ac.cn/the%2015th%20eiscat%20international%20workshop.html>.
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