The 9th EISCAT_3D User Meeting: Uppsala, 8-9 May 2018
The EISCAT_3D (E3D) project has now been officially started with an opening event on 7 September, 2017. The 9th EISCAT_3D User Meeting took place in Uppsala, Sweden, on May 8-9, 2018. As usual, the meeting provided a forum for interested scientists who may or may not be directly involved in the design and construction of the E3D project, and also for persons working more with its administrative, logistic, and technical aspects.
The programme included presentations covering a wide variety of topic. These are listed here, and some of themare available for download by clicking the title:
May 8, Tuesday
Supplementary instrument roadmap, E3D in national programmes, complementary projects.
Practical Information, Stephan Buchert
Opening and Welcome, Craig Heinselman
EISCAT_3D Status of Preparations, Craig Heinselman
EISCAT_3D Status, very brief national reports
EISCAT_3D Supplementary Instrument Roadmap (E3DSIR), Anita Aikio
Nordic Observatory Collaboration, Thomas Ulich
E3DDS Project, John White
Current Status of Japanese EISCAT_3D Preparation, Yasunobu Ogawa
The latest from Heating and prospects for the future, Mike Rietveld
Heating, ESR and User Community, Thomas Ulich
LOFAR4SpaceWeather: Synergies with KAIRA, EISCAT, and EISCAT_3D, Richard Fallows
EISCAT_3D Performance Evaluation for Space Situational Awareness, Daniel Kastinen
Nanosatellites supporting the EISCAT_3D Science Case, Esa Turunen
The Swarm Mission Extension, Stephan Buchert
SDI-3D Project: Measurements of the Thermosphere, Shin-ichiro Oyama
May 9, Wednesday
Complementary Instruments, Special Topic, "Standard modes of operation, Common Programmes, and software packages for EISCAT and EISCAT_3D"
ALIS_4D a Swedish complementary instrument for EISCAT_3D, Urban Brändström
Status of EISCAT 3D Data Handling Projects, Carl-Fredrik Enell
ELSPEC – a tool for electron energy spectrum estimation from EISCAT radar data, Ilkka Virtanen
The IS Core Data Analysis, Stephan Buchert
Next meetings, including the EISCAT symposium 2019, Thomas Ulich, Stephan Buchert et al.
More information is available at the meeting website: