CEDAR email: ISR World Day call: Proposals for 2017

ian.mccrea at stfc.ac.uk ian.mccrea at stfc.ac.uk
Thu May 26 07:18:59 MDT 2016

Dear Colleagues
(apologies for any cross-posting)

Proposals for the 2017 Co-ordinated Incoherent Scatter Observation Days (also known as ISR World Days) are due by 17th June 2016. Written proposals, outlining specific research needs using the World Day observations, are requested.  These proposals should be submitted via e-mail to Ian McCrea (ian.mccrea at stfc.ac.uk<mailto:ian.mccrea at stfc.ac.uk>) or Andrew Kavanagh (andkav at bas.ac.uk<mailto:andkav at bas.ac.uk>).  Andrew is stepping into the breach to help with the process this year, because the other URSI ISWG co-chair, Emma Spanswick (elspansw at ucalgary.ca<mailto:elspansw at ucalgary.ca>) is currently on maternity leave.

Some notes about the proposal procedure are included in the attached document, which also contains the list of World Days for 2016 and an example proposal.

The URSI Incoherent Scatter working Group (ISWG) will have its planning meeting at this year's joint CEDAR/GEM meeting.  It is scheduled for Friday, 24 June 2015, at 08:00.  This planning meeting is for the ISWG and UAF staffs to review all the submitted proposals and determine how the global network of ISRs can best satisfy the approved requests.  The proposer's presence during this discussion is not required but can be beneficial.

With kind regards

Ian McCrea

Deadline: 17th June 2015.

Text: Ian McCrea, STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK

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