CEDAR email: Call for participation in Fall AGU Session SA003 - Advances in Radio Frequency Propagation Modeling and Applications

Stephen Roland Kaeppler skaeppl at clemson.edu
Wed Jul 10 20:07:52 MDT 2019

Dear Colleagues-

We encourage you to submit an abstract to Session SA003 - "Advances in Radio Frequency Propagation Modeling and Applications"  which will be held during the 2019 Fall AGU meeting in San Francisco, CA.  

Thank you for your consideration and we look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!

Steve Kaeppler
Jim Jones
Jonah Colman
Ethan Miller

Session SA003 - Advances in Radio Frequency Propagation Modeling and Applications:
Radio frequency propagation modeling is an integral part of a wide variety of scientific studies and technological applications. Many models and applications consider the effects of ionospheric refraction, magneto-ionic splitting, plasma and neutral collisions, scintillation, traveling ionospheric disturbances, sporadic-E, spread-F, and land-surface interactions. Recent advances in computational power, as well as data collection, storage, and distribution capabilities, have led to an improved ability to include these effects at a higher fidelity, and modern digital signal processing techniques have led to an improved ability to assess the utility of including them. This session seeks contributions covering advancements in measurement, modelling, and prediction techniques pertinent to the interaction of radio waves with the ionosphere in either a skywave or transionospheric propagation mode. Contributions highlighting improvements in our ability to include and understand the earth system’s interactions with these propagation modes are especially encouraged.

Stephen R. Kaeppler, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Clemson University
Clemson, SC 29634
Email: skaeppl at clemson.edu
Phone: 864-656-4275
Web: http://science.clemson.edu/kaeppler/
Amateur Radio Callsign: AD0AE

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