CEDAR email: USNC-URSI 2014 GH Special Session: Ionospheric Modification
moore at ece.ufl.edu
Thu Sep 19 09:50:01 MDT 2013
CALL FOR PAPERS: 2014 URSI National Radio Science Meeting
January 8-11, 2014, Boulder, Colorado.
The DEADLINE for online submission of abstracts is SEPTEMBER 23, 2013.
Joint Session (GH): "Ionospheric Modification"
Michael Sulzer (G) (msulzer at naic.edu)
Robert Moore (H) (moore at ece.ufl.edu)
This session will cover all aspects of high-power radio-frequency
interactions with the ionospheric plasma. Papers are solicited on
experimental and theoretical results in studies of energetic coupling of
high power radio waves to the overlying ionosphere. Contributions on
artificial aurora, plasma turbulence, Alfven waves, ion outflows,
ULF/ELF/VLF wave generation, and electron precipitation are welcome, as
are those on other related nonlinear interactions between
electromagnetic waves and the ionosphere. Reports on experimental
campaigns are strongly encouraged.
The DEADLINE for online submission of abstracts is Monday, September 23,
2013. The meeting web page, http://nrsmboulder.org, contains general
information, abstract submission instructions and guidelines. All
abstracts for the URSI 2013 meeting must be submitted online. Please
consult with the web page listed above for specific details.
Abstracts must be a minimum of 250 words; abstracts not meeting the
minimum length requirement will not be accepted. All abstracts must be
received by Monday, September 23, 2013 (firm deadline). Abstracts must
be submitted electronically in pdf format through the conference
website. See the website for complete submission instructions and forms.
Please also EMAIL an electronic copy of your submission to one of the
session organizers (note that this action does not substitute for the
required online submission).
ERNEST K. SMITH STUDENT PRIZE PAPER COMPETITION:
Prizes will be awarded to three graduate student papers. Awards will be
made in the amounts of: First Prize ($1,000), Second Prize ($750), and
Third Prize ($500). All papers must be received by Monday, September
23, 2013 (firm deadline). Papers must be submitted electronically via
the meeting web page. Please see the website for instructions. Student
papers and awards will be presented at the Plenary Session.
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