CEDAR email: HamSCI Virtual Workshop March 18-19, 2022 - Call for Abstracts
Dr. Nathaniel A. Frissell Ph.D.
nathaniel.frissell at scranton.edu
Thu Dec 23 10:56:21 MST 2021
I am happy to announce that we will be holding a hybrid in-person and virtual HamSCI Workshop at the US Space and Rocket Center Educators Training Facility in Huntsville, AL this coming March 18-19, 2022.
The primary objective of the HamSCI workshop is to bring together the amateur radio community and professional scientists. For the past four years, the workshop has been an excellent place for professionals and citizen scientists alike to share ideas, plan experiments, and develop instrumentation related to radio and space science. This year's theme is The Weather Connection, with invited speakers Dr. Tamitha Skov WX6SWW and Mr. Jim Bacon G3YLA presenting tutorials on the impacts of both space and terrestrial weather on the ionosphere, and a keynote presentation by Dr. Chen-Pang Yeang on Ham Radio and the Discovery of the Ionosphere. We welcome abstract submissions related to development of the Personal Space Weather Station, ionospheric science, atmospheric science, radio science, space weather, radio astronomy, and any science topic that can be related to space science and/or the amateur radio hobby.
The 2022 HamSCI Workshop is organized by The University of Scranton in collaboration with The University of Alabama and NASA Marshall Space Flight Center. Financial support is provided by the United States National Science Foundation.
To submit an abstract, please visit https://hamsci.org/hamsci2022. Abstracts are due February 1, 2022. Workshop registration will open in early to mid-January 2022.
This is an excellent opportunity for you (or your students!) to participate in citizen science and possibly foster future collaborations.
Dr. Nathaniel A. Frissell, Ph.D., W2NAF (He/Him)
HamSCI Lead / Assistant Professor
Department of Physics and Electrical Engineering
University of Scranton
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