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Klimchuk, James A. (GSFC-6710) james.a.klimchuk at nasa.gov
Wed Oct 22 10:40:14 MDT 2014

Triennial Earth-Sun Summit (TESS)

       Mark your calendars for the Triennial Earth-Sun Summit next April. Think of TESS as an improved version of the old Spring AGU meetings. It's just us (the SPA community), so no getting lost in the crowd, and it places greater emphasis on inter-disciplinary interactions, both in the formal science sessions and the informal social events. Check out the website at http://aas.org/meetings/tess2015, where you will find the following meeting description.

       The Triennial Earth-Sun Summit (TESS) is a joint meeting of the Space Physics and Aeronomy Section of the American Geophysical Union and the Solar Physics Division of the American Astronomical Society. The inaugural meeting will take place 26 April-1 May, 2015 in Indianapolis. TESS is intended to be a gathering of the entire Heliophysics community, including the four traditional sub-disciplines devoted to studies of the Sun, heliosphere, magnetosphere, and ionosphere-thermosphere-mesosphere. The overarching goal is to promote greater interaction and unity within this community. The meeting site has been selected to provide an excellent environment for this to occur, and the scientific and social programs are being designed with this goal in mind. In particular, the scientific program will include plenary talks covering each of the sub-disciplines, as well as inter-disciplinary and discipline-specific sessions with invited and contributed talks and posters. Some sessions will be led by organizers selected by the Scientific Organizing Committee ("AGU style"), while others will be created by the SOC after the abstracts have been submitted ("SPD style"). Further information can be found at http://aas.org/meetings/tess2015 or by contacting Co-Chairs Jim Klimchuk (James.A.Klimchuk at nasa.gov) and Dana Longcope (dana at physics.montana.edu). We invite you to join us for this exciting inaugural event!

James A. Klimchuk
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Solar Physics Lab, Code 671
Bldg. 21, Rm. 158
Greenbelt, MD  20771

Phone:  1-301-286-9060
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