Spring 2004 Seminar Schedule

Date Topic Speaker
January 15 The Ionosphere/Thermosphere as an interactive boundary in the UNH global MHD code Joachim Raeder
Space Science Center, University of New Hampshire
January 22 The Ionosphere/Thermosphere as an Interactive Boundary in the BATS-R-US Global MHD Code Aaron Ridley
Center for Space Environment Modeling, University of Michigan
January 29 The Ionosphere/Thermosphere as an Interactive Boundary in the MRC/ISM Global MHD Code Willard White
Mission Research Corporation, Nashua NH.
February 5 Coupling Global MHD to the Ionosphere/Thermosphere: LFM, TING, TIEGCM, FB and Other Alphabet Soup Michael Wiltberger
High Altitude Observatory, Boulder, CO
February 12 Peculiar Role of Io in the Magnetosphere of Jupiter Frances Bagenal
Department of Astrophysical & Planetary Sciences, University of Colorado
February 26 The Behavior of the Global Magnetic Field of the Sun Lennard Fisk
Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences, University of Michigan
March 4 Geomagnetic Storms and Electric Power System Vulnerability Trends John Kappenman
Metatech Corporation, Duluth, MN.
March 25 Resonance Line RT Problems Atmospheres: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly Dr. Randy Gladstone
Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, TX
April 1 Perspectives on the National Space Weather Program Robert Robinson
Upper Atmosphere Section, National Science Foundation
April 8 R.C. Carrington and the 1859 Space Weather Event Edward Cliver
Air Force Research Laboratory, Hanscom AFB, MA
April 15 Long Standing, Unsolved Problems in Solar and Magnetospheric Physics Syun-Ichi Akasofu
International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska
April 22 The Polar Ice Caps of Mars Kathryn Fishbaugh
Brown University, Providence, RI
April 29 The Generalized Ohm’s Law and the Time Evolution of Electric Fields and Currents Vytenis Vasyliunas
Max Plank Institute for Aeronomy, Lindau, Germany