Exploring Systems-Science Techniques for the Earth’s Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere

FULLER LODGE
Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA
24-26th July, 2018

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Workshop Goals:

    (1) to assess the system properties of the M-I-T

    (2) to establish new mathematical techniques for the M-I-T system

    (3) to develop systems-science methodologies specific to the M-I-T and its measurements

    (4) to explore collaborations and funding opportunities

    (5) to discuss ideas, problems, needs, …


Workshop Structure:

The workshop will be a mix of presentations and audience discussions.

Venue and Accommodation:

Los Alamos is located in the mountains of Northern New Mexico. A quick guide to Los Alamos can be found here.

The weather in July should be pleasant and not hot.  Climate details here.  

The workshop will be held in the historic Fuller Lodge in downtown Los Alamos.

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Hotels in Los Alamos:

Comfort Inn and Suites (1000 feet from Fuller Lodge)

Holiday Inn Express & Suites (3 miles from Fuller Lodge**)

Bed and Breakfasts in Los Alamos:

North Road Inn (2 miles from Fuller Lodge**)

Pueblo Canyon Inn (4 miles from Fuller Lodge**)

** free public transportation to Fuller Lodge is available

Please contact your chosen hotel or B&B directly to make a booking
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Attendees:

Workshop Programme:

To Be Confirmed!

Tues 24th July:    TBC

Weds 25th July:   TBC

Thurs 26th July:   TBC

Registration:

There will be no registration fee for the workshop. Please contact Joe Borovsky [jborovsky (at) spacescience.org] to get on the attendance list and in the workshop schedule.

Local Transport:

Los Alamos is a ~2-hour drive from the Albuquerque Airport (ABQ) or a ~1-hour drive from the Santa Fe Airport (SAF).  Both have domestic connections to other US cities.

The drive can be made by rental car or by Road Runner Shuttle.

Local Attractions:

If you have an extra day before or after the workshop, Bandelier National Monument is12 miles away, Santa Fe is 40 miles, Ghost Ranch is 60 miles, ….

There are lots of things to do in northern New Mexico!

Questions/Contact:
  
Joe Borovsky:           jborovsky (at) spacescience.org 

Organising Committee:

Joe Borovsky (Space Science Institute, USA)

Enrico Camporeale, (Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Mick Denton (Space Science Institute, USA)

Jeff Thayer (University of Colorado, Boulder, USA)

Juan Alejandro Valdivia (Universidad de Chile; Chile)

Simon Wing (Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, USA)

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