CEDAR email: 2023 ISR Summer School - application deadline extended to March 24
krywonos at ucf.edu
Fri Mar 10 11:46:30 MST 2023
The application deadline for the 2023 Incoherent Scatter Radar (ISR) Summer School has been extended to March 24, 2023. Notice of acceptance will be sent to participants by March 31, 2023.
This year's school will be held in-person at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks between July 17 - 22, 2023. The school offers an excellent opportunity to learn about ionospheric concepts, ISR basics, radar signal processing techniques, usage of the Madrigal database in research, and provides a 'hands-on' opportunity to design and run ISR experiments. Those candidates who are selected for the 2023 ISR summer school and are enrolled at U.S. Universities/institutions will receive travel support and accommodation to attend this event. Self-funded students from institutions in other countries are welcome to apply as well.
Additional details about the goals and objectives of the school, as well as a link to the application can be found at the website: https://amisr.com/school
The 2023 ISR summer school is funded by the US National Science Foundation (NSF) through its Geospace Facilities Program within the Geosciences Directorate and is organized by the University of Central Florida.
Please encourage anyone who may be interested in attending this year's school to apply by the March 24 deadline.
On behalf of the ISR Summer School Organizing Committee:
Shikha Raizada, Anthea Coster, Asti Bhatt, Bill Rideout, Josh Semeter, Pablo Reyes, Phil Erickson and Roger Varney
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