The conference sessions will be Monday through Friday November 8-12, 2004 in the
conference rooms of the Fiesta Americana.
There will be an icebreaker Sunday Evening November 7, 7:30 - 9:30p.m.
and a banquet Friday Evening after the conference.
The schedule will be:
There will be an icebreaker Sunday Evening November 7, 7:30 - 9:30p.m. and a banquet Friday Evening after the conference.
The schedule will be:
The sessions involve invited talks, contributed talks, and posters. A number of audience-participation discussions will be held. To view the Schedule of Presentations PRESS HERE
During the 5 days of presentations, six 50-minutue-long audience-participation discussion sessions have been scheduled about issues related to the subject matter of the conference. These six sessions are unstructured. Each discussion session has a discussion leader who will control the floor, ask questions of the audience, and ask for clarification of debates. Audience members are encouraged to make their point using at most 1 or 2 view graphs.
The six sessions and the six discussion leaders are listed below (see also the bottom of the ?Agenda? page on the conference website www.lanl.gov/csse/merida/.
Although not necessary, you might contact the discussion leaders before the sessions to make sure that your points are brought up.
Discussion 1: Monday Afternoon
Bob McPherron firstname.lastname@example.org
The Propagation of Features in the Solar Wind: How Do We Improve Predictions?
Discussion 2: Tuesday Evening
Terry Onsager Terry.Onsager@noaa.gov
What Drives the Ring Current (Dst)? What Drives the Radiation Belts?
Discussion 3: Wednesday Morning
Jorge Chau email@example.com
How Does the Ionosphere Regulate the Magnetosphere under Different Solar-Wind Conditions?
Discussion 4: Thursday Evening
Nat Gopalswamy firstname.lastname@example.org
For a Better Understanding of the Sun-Earth Connection, What Science Needs to Be Done in Heliospheric Physics?
Discussion 5: Friday Morning
Josh Semeter email@example.com
ULF Waves in the Magnetosphere: What Are their Sources and What Are their Effects?
Discussion 6: Friday Afternoon
Don Mitchell Donald.G.Mitchell@jhuapl.edu
What Are the Differences between CME-Driven and CIR- Driven Storms?
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