Meetings and Workshops
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IMAGE Science Team Meeting

University of California-Berkeley
01-02 February 2001



Meeting Logistics

The final agenda for the IMAGE team meeting at Berkeley on February 1-2, 2001 is below. There are 28 contributed talks anticipated at the meeting. In order to provide some unstructured time after each half day of talks, each talk will be limited to 15 minutes. Talks are arranged into groupings and the groups arranged according to the available time in each half day for contributed talks.

Providing unstructured time for the group to discuss the subjects presented in that half day is an experiment. It is intended to foster more immediate extended interactions so as to increase your opportunity to benefit from the meeting experience. Perhaps you can also use the time to reflect and organize your own thoughts. At the end or after the meeting I would like to hear whether you think this is a good idea, or not, base on your experience.

There is a considerable amount of work to be presented and I know from your messages that this is only a subset of the work being done. If everyone can follow through with publications, we will strengthen our case for continued IMAGE operation. That case will also be furthered as we are able to encourage others outside the team to include IMAGE observations in theirresearch.

IMAGE Science Team Meeting Agenda

Thursday, February 1, 2001

Time Title Presenter
8:30 a.m. Welcome to Berkeley and Logistics Mende
8:40 a.m. Mission status (Mission, Senior Review, Yosemite) Burch
9:10 a.m. POETRY Taylor
9:25 a.m. Brief review IMAGE FUV in-flight calibration Mende
9:40 a.m. RPI data availability and visualization Galkin
9:55 a.m. A new analysis tool for IMAGE-RPI dynamic spectrograms Garcia
10:10 a.m. Break  
10:25 a.m. Hot-cold plasma interactions in the plasmaspheric tail Burch
10:40 a.m. Pitch-angle distributions of the storm-time ring current Brandt
10:55 a.m. Ring current ions projected onto the polar cap Perez
11:10 a.m. Simultaneous ENA observations of ring current injection from IMAGE and Polar Henderson
11:25 a.m. Importance of energetic neutral atom emission from the exosphere: IMAGE/HENA Roelof
11:40 a.m. Upper limits on intensities of energetic 1-100 keV neutral hydrogen atoms generated beyond the heliospheric termination shock: Measurements from IMAGE/HENA/MENA Roelof
11:55 a.m. Unstructured discussion through lunch on-site  
1:30 p.m. Magnetospheric plasma resonances stimulated by RPI Benson
1:45 p.m. RPI Observations of plasmaspheric ducted echoes Fung
2:00 p.m. Ducted echoes and density profiles at high latitudes Henize
2:15 p.m. RPI echoes from the plasmasphere Carpenter/Salvati
2:30 p.m. RPI whistler-mode echoes from the southern polar ionosphere Salvati
2:45 p.m. SWLENA variation with season Collier
3:00 p.m. ILENA Perigee Pass Studies Wilson
3:15 p.m. Break  
3:30 p.m. Precipitation into the cusp (two coordinated talks) Fuselier/Frey
3:45 p.m. FUV stellar calibration Gladstone
4:00 p.m. Unstructured Discussion (no,  
5:00 p.m. Close for the day (now with the dinner plans)  

Friday, February 2, 2001

Time Title Presenter
8:30 a.m. Survey of plasmasphere properties and forward modeling Sandel
8:45 a.m. MSM simulations of May 24, 2000 and comparison to EUV data Goldstein
9:00 a.m. Steep density gradients observed by RPI, and comparison to sharp edges in EUV images Goldstein
9:15 a.m. RPI science during the extended mission Green
9:30 a.m. Future LENA study directions Moore
9:45 a.m. Extended EUV studies Sandel/Gallagher
10:00 a.m. Break  
10:15 a.m. Extended MENA studies Pollock
10:30 a.m. Extended HENA studies Mitchell
10:45 a.m. Proton precipitation in substorms Mende
11:00 a.m. Extended mission discussion and writing assignments
Unstructured discussion as time permits
12:00 p.m. Adjourn  

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