B
Workshop Agenda and Participants

AGENDA

Tuesday, June 8, 2004

8:30 am

Session I: Scientific Drivers for DASI

Chair: Jan Sojka

 

DASI Overview and Plan of Meeting

John Foster

9:00

Science Drivers

 

 

Ionosphere/Magnetosphere

John Foster/Michael Kelley

 

Thermosphere

Maura Hagan

 

Solar

Jack Harvey

 

Space Weather

Louis Lanzerotti/Odile de la Beaujardiere

 

IHY Connections

Barbara Thomson/Justin Kasper

 

Review of Community Input

John Foster

10:45

Workshop Open Discussion

 

11:45

Chair’s Summary of Session

 

12:00 pm

Lunch

 

1:00

Session II

Chair: Mark Moldwin

 

NSF Perspective

Richard Behnke

1:15

Instrumentation

 

 

Magnetometers

Mark Moldwin

 

Distributed Radar Arrays

Ray Greenwald

 

Next-Generation Radio Instruments

John Sahr/Frank Lind

 

Optical Instruments

John Meriwether

2:15

Workshop Open Discussion

 

3:00

Chair’s Summary of Session

 



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Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments for Solar-Terrestrial Research: Report of a Workshop B Workshop Agenda and Participants AGENDA Tuesday, June 8, 2004 8:30 am Session I: Scientific Drivers for DASI Chair: Jan Sojka   DASI Overview and Plan of Meeting John Foster 9:00 Science Drivers     Ionosphere/Magnetosphere John Foster/Michael Kelley   Thermosphere Maura Hagan   Solar Jack Harvey   Space Weather Louis Lanzerotti/Odile de la Beaujardiere   IHY Connections Barbara Thomson/Justin Kasper   Review of Community Input John Foster 10:45 Workshop Open Discussion   11:45 Chair’s Summary of Session   12:00 pm Lunch   1:00 Session II Chair: Mark Moldwin   NSF Perspective Richard Behnke 1:15 Instrumentation     Magnetometers Mark Moldwin   Distributed Radar Arrays Ray Greenwald   Next-Generation Radio Instruments John Sahr/Frank Lind   Optical Instruments John Meriwether 2:15 Workshop Open Discussion   3:00 Chair’s Summary of Session  

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Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments for Solar-Terrestrial Research: Report of a Workshop 3:30 Logistics and Infrastructure Needed to Support DASI Chair: Mike Kelley   IT Condsiderations John Holt   Remote Siting/Severe Climates Alan Weatherwax   Communications Bob McCoy 4:30 Workshop Open Discussion   5:15 Chair’s Summary of Session   5:30 Summary of Day 1 Activities John Foster/Bob Schunk   Writing Assignments   5:45 End Session   Wednesday, June 9, 2004 8:30 am Session III: Discussion/Writing     Breakout sessions (compilation of written material)     Science Facilitated by DASI Jan Sojka   Instrumentation Considerations John Sahr   Infrastructure and Logistics Mike Kelley 10:45 Review of Workshop Findings Subgroup Chairs 11:00 Working Group Discussion John Foster   Outline of DASI Report     Follow-On Writing Assignments   12:00 pm End of Formal Working Group Meeting   12:15 Lunch   1:00 Small Group Writing Sessions     Working Group members invited to participate in afternoon writing session   PARTICIPANTS Claudia Alexander, CSSP, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Richard Behnke, National Science Foundation Jim Burch, CSSP, Southwest Research Institute Joan Burkepile, High Altitude Observatory, National Center for Atmospheric Research Odile de la Beaujardiere, Air Force Research Laboratory

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Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments for Solar-Terrestrial Research: Report of a Workshop John Foster, CSSP, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ray Greenwald, Johns Hopkins University Applied Research Laboratory Maura Hagan, High Altitude Observatory Jack Harvey, National Solar Observatory John Holt, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Justin Kasper, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mike Kelley, Cornell University Paul Kintner, Cornell University Lou Lanzerotti, New Jersey Institute of Technology Frank Lind, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Gang Lu, CSSP, High Altitude Observatory, National Center for Atmospheric Research Bob McCoy, Office of Naval Research John Meriwether, Clemson University Mark Moldwin, University of California, Los Angeles Scott Palo, University of Colorado Phil Richards, National Aeronautics and Space Administration John Sahr, University of Washington Bob Schunk, CSSP, Utah State University Jan Sojka, Utah State University Barbara Thomson, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Alan Weatherwax, Sienna College