The 8th EISCAT_3D User Meeting: Uppsala, 18-19 May 2016

May 21, 2016

imageThe 8th user meeting for the EISCAT_3D project took place in Uppsala, Sweden, on May 18-19, 2016.

As usual, the meeting provided a forum for interested scientists who may or may not be directly involved in the design and construction of the EISCAT_3D project, and also for persons working more with its administrative, logistic, and technical aspects. The workshop venue was at Ångströmlaboratoriet of Uppsala University.

More information is available on the meeting website:
http://www.space.irfu.se/workshops/EISCAT-3D_User2016/

 

Special Topic, “Planning for science in the transition between EISCAT and EISCAT_3D including its first two years of operation” as well as general EISCAT and EISCAT_3D Science: New results and future plans

Practical Information (Stephan Buchert)
Opening and Welcome (Craig Heinselmann)
EISCAT_3D Status (Craig Heinselmann

EISCAT_3D status in the member countries

  • EISCAT_3D status in Finland (Anita Aikio)
  • EISCAT_3D status in Japan (Yasonubo Ogawa)
  • EISCAT_3D status in Norway (Cesar La Hoz)
  • EISCAT_3D status in Sweden (Stephan Buchert)
  • EISCAT_3D status in United Kingdom (Ian McCrea)
  • Ideas for the transition period between EISCAT and EISCAT_3D (Ian McCrea)
  • Heating in the transition between EISCAT and EISCAT_3D: Challenges and Opportunities (Mike Rietveld)
  • EISCAT_3D in ENVRI_plus (Ingrid Mann)
  • EISCAT_3D Norway (Cesar La Hoz)
  • EIRA – Project Introduction (Tomi Teppo)
  • Splinter: Meeting of representatives from host institutions and institutions that prepare funding applications

Planning for big data from EISCAT_3D and general EISCAT Science: New results and future plans

  • I3sat (Ionospheric 3D calibration satellite) for Swedish InnoSat-2, ESCAPE (European SpaceCraft for the study of Atmospheric Particle Escape) for ESA M5 (Masatoshi Yamauchi)
  • Splinter: INNOSAT
  • NeIC E3DS project status (John White)
  • Summary and demos of EISCAT_3D data projects (Carl-Fredrik Enell)
  • How we process the Swarm Langmuir probe data (Stephan Buchert)
  • EISCAT tri-static observation of polar mesosphere winter echoes on 8 January 2014 (Evgenia Belova)
  • Satellite – ground-based coordination: EISCAT and Swarm results (Anita Aikio)
  • Results from the Swarm mission (Stephan Buchert)
  • SPIDER (Nickolay Ivchenko)
  • EISCAT and ALIS and SPIDER (Tima Sergienko)
  • Incoherent scatter observations with KAIRA and EISCAT (Ilkka Virtanen)
  • Heating Science (Mike Rietveld)
  • High-Res Plasma Line Data: The IPY at ESR (Nicola Manuel Schlatter)
  • A statistical study of plasma line enhancements during IPY 2007-2008 (Michael Hammarsten)
  • Statistical study of Langmuir turbulence measured with ESR (Yasunobu Ogawa)
  • A small note on array layout and horizontal sub-beam resolution (Björn Gustavsson)

Next meeting including a call for new members for the programme committee.

Documents related can be found here.