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Workshop Agenda

MAY 20-22, 2013 NATIONAL ACADEMIES KECK CENTER WASHINGTON, DC

May 20, 2013

8:00 am Welcome, Plan for the Workshop, and Participant Introductions

Lou Lanzerotti, New Jersey Institute of Technology and Workshop Committee Chair Art Charo, Space Studies Board

 
8:30 View From the Sponsors—Department of Defense (Air Force Office of Scientific Research) and National Science Foundation (GEO/AGS)

Kent Miller, Air Force Office of Scientific Research

Rich Behnke, National Science Foundation

 
Science and HF Active Experiments—Background for Workshop
 
9:00 Current HF Experiments and Capabilities Related to Workshop Statement of Task

Dennis Papadopoulos, University of Maryland

Dave Hysell, Cornell University

Paul Bernhardt, Naval Research Laboratory

 
10:00 Questions and Comments
 
10:45 Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere Science Objectives: Guidance from the Decadal Survey, CEDAR/GEM, and Geo Vision

Josh Semeter, Boston University

 
11:20 Moderated Discussion: Development of Topics for Extended Discussion in the Four Workshop Focus Areas

Elizabeth Kendall, SRI International

 
12:30 pm Working Lunch


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B Workshop Agenda MAY 20-22, 2013 NATIONAL ACADEMIES KECK CENTER WASHINGTON, DC May 20, 2013 8:00 am Welcome, Plan for the Workshop, and Participant Introductions Lou Lanzerotti, New Jersey Institute of Technology and Workshop Committee Chair Art Charo, Space Studies Board 8:30 View From the Sponsors—Department of Defense (Air Force Office of Scientific Research) and National Science Foundation (GEO/AGS) Kent Miller, Air Force Office of Scientific Research Rich Behnke, National Science Foundation Science and HF Active Experiments—Background for Workshop 9:00 Current HF Experiments and Capabilities Related to Workshop Statement of Task Dennis Papadopoulos, University of Maryland Dave Hysell, Cornell University Paul Bernhardt, Naval Research Laboratory 10:00 Questions and Comments 10:45 Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere Science Objectives: Guidance from the Decadal Survey, CEDAR/GEM, and Geo Vision Josh Semeter, Boston University 11:20 Moderated Discussion: Development of Topics for Extended Discussion in the Four Workshop Focus Areas Elizabeth Kendall, SRI International 12:30 pm Working Lunch 52

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Focus Area I: HF Contributions to M-I-T Science: MLT and Thermospheric Physics 1:30 Overview of Basic Issues in MLT (mesosphere/lower thermosphere) and Thermospheric Physics (15-minute presentations) Mike Taylor, Utah State University Tom Slanger, SRI International Lara Waldrop, University of Illinois Andrew Nagy, University of Michigan 2:30 Moderated Discussion: The Significance and Relevance of Current and Potential Contributions of HF Research to FA-I (in context of the statement of task) Dave Hysell, Cornell University Focus Area II: HF Contributions to M-I-T Science: Ionospheric Physics 3:45 Overview of Basic Issues in Ionospheric Physics (15-minute presentations) Larry Paxton, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Meers Oppenheim, Boston University Joe Huba, Naval Research Laboratory Rob Pfaff, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 4:45 Moderated Discussion: The Significance and Relevance of Current and Potential Contributions of HF Research to FA-II (in context of the statement of task) John Foster, MIT Haystack Observatory 5:45 Adjourn for the Day 6:00 Committee Dinner for Organizers and Invited Guests May 21, 2013 Focus Area III: HF Contributions to M-I-T Science: Magnetospheric Physics 8:30 am Overview of Basic Issues in Magnetospheric Physics (15-minute presentations) Bob Clauer, Virginia Polytechnic and State University Chia-Lie Chang, BAE Systems Lars Dyrud, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory 9:30 Moderated Discussion: The Significance and Relevance of Current and Potential Contributions of HF Research to FA-III (in context of the statement of task) Dennis Papadopoulos, University of Maryland 53

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Focus Area IV: HF Contributions to Applied and Operational Programs 11:00 Overview of Basic Issues Related to Ionospheric Modification (15 minute presentation) Jade Morton, Miami University (Ohio) Todd Pedersen, Air Force Research Laboratory Evgeny Mishin, Air Force Research Laboratory 12:00 pm Working Lunch 1:00 Moderated Discussion: The Significance and Relevance of Current and Potential Contributions of HF Research to FA-IV (in context of the statement of task) Paul Bernhardt, Naval Research Laboratory 2:10 Additional Topics for Workshop Discussion • Emerging science questions that could benefit from HF modification experiments • The role of collocated incoherent scatter radars • Applications and the impact of HF experiments on space weather, communications, and other areas in the national interest 3:15 Examining the Costs, Benefits, Trades, and Key Issues among the Options Identified in the Workshop 4:00 Wrap-up: Summarize Key Take-Away Items for Further Exploration 4:30 Workshop Adjourns May 22, 2013 8:30 am Organizing Committee Convenes • Recap • Next Steps for Production of Workshop Summary 12:00 pm Adjourn/Lunch 54