MIST meeting
25 November 2005

Geological Society Lecture Room, Burlington House, London (enter from Piccadilly); map. (AV facilities)

A. Programme B. Report C. Abstracts

MIST meeting, London, Autumn 2005


Coffee (served in the Library)

First session - Chairman: M Dougherty (IC)


A L Law, C Bertucci, M K Dougherty, I C F Mueller-Wodarg (IC) and F M Neubauer (Cologne), Cassini Magnetometer Observations of Titan's Magnetic Tail.


D Southwood (ESA HQ) and M Kivelson (UCLA), Saturnian magnetosphere dynamics.


I C F Mueller-Wodarg (IC), R V Yelle (Arizona) and J H Waite (Michigan), Titan's upper atmosphere - after one year of Cassini and Huygens what do we know?


H J McAndrews, C J Owen, A J Coates (MSSL), M F Thomsen (LANL), C S Arridge, C Bertucci, M K Dougherty (IC), Searching for evidence of reconnection at Saturn’s magnetopause.


K T Osman and T S Horbury (IC), Multi-spacecraft measurement of anisotropic correlation functions in solar wind turbulence at length scales close to the dissipation scale.


A Rees, T Horbury, A Balogh (IC), Small-scale solitary waves observed in the solar wind.


C S Arridge, C Bertucci, M K Dougherty (IC), K K Khurana, C T Russell (IGPP) and N André (CESR) Cassini Observations of Transient Encounters with Saturn's Magnetospheric Current Sheet


M Galand, (IC), B Lanchester (Southampton), A Coates (MSSL) and R Yelle (Arizona), Energy sources upon Earth's and Titan's upper atmospheres.


N F Arnold (Leicester), MIST announcements


Lunch (available in the Library)

Second session - Chairman: Elizabeth Chambers (Sussex)


A L Dobbin and A D Aylward (UCL), 3D GCM Modelling of nitric oxide in the lower thermosphere.


G Millward, A Aylward (UCL), S Dalla (Manchester) and M Wild (RAL), Now Everyone Can Run the Model: CTIP on Astrogrid


H R Middleton, S E Pryse, K L Dewis, A Wood (Aberystwyth) and R Balthazor (Sheffield),

Large-scale plasma structure of dayside origin in the post-midnight European ionosphere: Radiotomography and the CTIP model.


I V Alexeev (MSSL), V Sergeev, S Bubyagin (St. Petersburg), C J Owen, A N Fazakerley (MSSL), and E Lucek (IC), Polar rain particles as a tool for remote sensing of X-line electron acceleration.


N Balan, H Alleyne (Sheffield), S Kawamura, T Nakamura (Nagoya), M Yamamoto, S Fukao (Kyoto), M Hagan (HAO), and A D Aylward (UCL), Simultaneous MLT and Thermospheric F Region Observations at Equinoxes.


M J Kosch (Lancaster), E M Blixt (Tromso) and J Semeter (Boston), First EISCAT radar studies of black aurora.


Tea (served in the Library)

Third session - Chairman: Andy Smith (BAS)


E Arnone, (Leicester) BM Dinelli (ISAC), M.Carlotti (Bologna) and N F Arnold (Leicester), Observational evidence of the middle atmospheric response to perturbations


A Odzimek, E Arnone (Leicester), O Chanrion, S Laursen, T Neubert, G Villa, (DSRI), T Allin, (DTU), P Berg, (DMI), C-F. Enell, (Oulu), O van der Velde (UPS), A Mika, (Crete), M Ignaccolo, (Bath), EuroSprite 2005 Campaign.


Y V Bogdanova, C J Owen, A N Fazakerley, R C Fear (MSSL), M G G T Taylor (ESTEC), M W Dunlop, J A Davies (RAL), A D Lahiff (MSSL), F Pitout (MPI), C M Carr (IC), H Laakso (ESTEC), Z Pu (Beijing), Q -G Zong (Boston), S E Milan (Leicester), C Shen (CSSAR), H Rème (CESR), and A Balogh (IC), Plasma layers around dayside subsolar magnetopause and inside the cusp region under northward IMF: conjugated Cluster and Double Star observations.


K Nykyri (IC), B. Grison (CETP), P. J. Cargill (IC), B. Lavraud (LANL), E. Lucek (IC), I. Dandouras (CESR), A. Balogh (IC), N. Cornilleau-Wehrlin (CETP), H. Reme (CESR), Cluster spacecraft observations of turbulence in the high-altitude cusp.


A Tjulin (IC), M André (Swedish Institute of Space Physics) and E Lucek (IC), Wave investigations in the solar wind with the Cluster satellites .


W Masood (QMW), S J Schwartz (IC) M Maksimovic (DESPA) A N Fazakerley (MSSL) Electron Velocity Distribution and Lion Roars in the Magnetosheath.



Affiliation abbreviations:

Aberystwyth: University of Wales, Aberystwyth

Arizona: University of Arizona, USA
BAS: British Antarctic Survey

Bath: University of Bath

Beijing: School of Earth and Space Sciences, Peking University, Beijing 100871, China

Bologna: University of Bologna, Italy
Centre for Space Physics, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, MA 02215, USA

CSSAR: Centre for Space Science and Applied Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100080, China

CETP: Centre d'etude des Environnements Terrestre et Planetaires, France
CESR: Centre d'etude Spatiale des Rayonnements, Toulouse, France

Cologne: University of Cologne, Germany

Crete: University of Crete, Heraklion, Greece

DSRI: Danish Space Research Institute

DESPA: Observatoire de Paris, France

DMI: Danish Meteorological Institute

DTU: Danish Technical University

ESA/ESTEC, Keplerlaan 1, 2200 AG Noordwijk, The Netherlands

HAO: High Altitude Observatory, NCAR, Boulder, Colorado, USA
: Imperial College, London; Space & Atmospheric Physics Group

ISAC:ISAC-CNR, Bologna, Italy
IRFU: Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Uppsala, Sweden
Lancaster: University of Lancaster
Leicester: University of Leicester, Radio and Space Plasma Physics
LANL: Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico
LPCE: Laboratoire de Physique et Chimie de l'Environnement, France

Michigan: University of Michigan, USA
MPI: Max-Planck Institute fur Extraterrestrische Physik, Garching Germany
MSSL: Mullard Space Science Laboratory

Oulu: University of Oulu, Finland

QMW: Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
RAL: Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Oxfordshire, UK
St Petersburg: St Petersburg State University, Russia
Sheffield: University of Sheffield

Sussex: University of Sussex
Tromso: University of Tromso, Norway
UCL: University College, London; Atmospheric Physics Laboratory
UCLA: University of California at Los Angeles, USA

UPS: Universite Paul Sabatier, France

MIST meeting, 25 November 2005
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