CEDAR email: 13th International Conference on Substorms (ICS13), Portsmouth, NH, September 25-29, 2017

Jimmy Raeder J.Raeder at unh.edu
Mon Mar 13 09:45:43 MDT 2017

MEETING: International Conference on Substorms (ICS13), Second Circular

From: Jimmy Raeder (J.Raeder at unh.edu <http://unh.edu/>)

The 13th International Conference on Substorms (ICS13) will be held in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA, at the Portsmouth Sheraton hotel (http://www.sheratonportsmouth.com/ <http://www.sheratonportsmouth.com/>), September 25-29, 2017.  Portsmouth is located on the New Hampshire seacoast about 80 minutes north of Boston.

The meeting web site (http://ics13.unh.edu/ <http://ics13.unh.edu/>) provides further information.  In particular, the registration, abstract submission, support request, and housing pages are now open.  We have reserved a limited number of preferred rate hotel rooms at the Sheraton, which will most likely be booked very quickly.  The web site lists numerous other housing options close to the meeting venue. September/October is still tourist season, so we recommend to book a hotel room (or using airbnb) as soon as possible. Limited funds are available to support students and post-docs.  Requests can be made through the web site.  A preliminary program page is also online.  Each day will start with a Socratic Dialogue on a specific topic.  Invited speakers are also penciled in, as far as they are confirmed, but the order of talks is still subject to change and will not be finalized until the week before the meeting.

Important deadlines:

April 15, 2017: Request financial support.
June 1, 2017: Abstract submission.
August 15, 2017: End of early registration, fees will increase 20% after that.
August 27, 2017:  Deadline to book a hotel room at the preferred rate at the Sheraton.

Social events:  The meeting banquet will take place on the Thomas Laighton (https://islesofshoals.com/cruises <https://islesofshoals.com/cruises>).  The meeting date is close to the peak of leafpeeping season (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leaf_peeping). At the meeting time, colors are starting to turn in and around Portsmouth. One to two hours drive north of Portsmouth the foliage will be in full color.

Joachim (Jimmy) Raeder
Professor of Physics, Department of Physics & Space Science Center
University of New Hampshire
245G Morse Hall, 8 College Rd, Durham, NH 03824-3525
voice: 603-862-3412  mobile: 603-502-9505  assistant: 603-862-1431
e-mail: J.Raeder at unh.edu
WWW: http://mhd.sr.unh.edu/~jraeder/tmp.homepage

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