ACE2000

Program


DAY DATE TIME EVENT
Tuesday 1/4 6:00pm - 8:00pm Reception
Evening Poster Setup
Wednesday 1/5 8:30am - 5:00pm General Session
5:30pm - 7:30pm Poster Session
Thursday 1/6 8:30am - 5:00pm General Session
Friday 1/7 8:30am - 5:00pm General Session
TBD Banquet
Saturday 1/8 8:30am - 12:00pm General Session

Detailed Program


Welcome Reception :

The reception is on Tuesday January 4th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm and will include hors d'ouevres with a no-host bar.

Scientific Program :

Regular sessions of the Symposium will extend from 8:30 on the morning of Wednesday January 5 to noon on Saturday, January 8. These sessions will address the acceleration and transport of four particle components:

Each of these topics will be addressed by a series of invited talks, by selected contributed talks, and by the poster session. Open discussion sessions are planned to highlight selected topical issues. Invited talks will be ~20 minutes long, and the selected contributed talks will last ~10 minutes.

The audio/visual setup for talks will consist of: 2 screens and 2 overhead projectors. If a requirement for something different is needed please contact Alan Cummings.

A list of the confirmed invited speakers and a brief description of their topic appears below.

Poster Session :

Poster setup will take place Tuesday evening and/or Wednesday morning before the General Session.
The poster size is: 4' x 4' (122 cm x 122 cm).

The poster session on Wednesday January 5th from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm will include drinks and appetizers.

Poster papers are invited on both experimental and theoretical studies relating to the acceleration and transport of solar and interplanetary energetic particles, and anomalous and galactic cosmic rays. A selected sample of the poster papers will be invited to deliver ~10 minute oral presentations in order to round out the program. Due to space limitations, each attendee is limited to one contributed poster; which can be submitted for inclusion in the published conference proceedings. Posters may remain up through Thursday evening, January 6.

Banquet :

The banquet will be held on Friday January 7th beginning at TBD. The cost of the banquet will be $45/person and is not included in the symposium registration.

The Banquet will include:


Miscellaneous :

No email terminals or web connections will be provided by the Symposium.


Invited Speakers :

It is expected that the invited talks will be ~20 minutes in length, followed by 10 minutes for questions and discussion. All invited speakers are expected to submit written versions of their talks to the conference proceedings, which will be published by the AIP.

ACE-2000 Confirmed Invited Speakers
Name Title/Topic Institution
Lee, M.A. ENERGETIC PARTICLE ACCELERATION ON THE SUN, IN THE HELIOSPHERE, AND IN THE GALAXY Univ. of New Hampshire
Gosling, J. PARTICLE AND FIELD ASPECTS OF COLLISIONLESS SHOCKS Los Alamos Nat'l Laboratory
Zurbuchen, T.H. SOLAR WIND MINOR IONS: DEPARTURES FROM THERMAL CONDITIONS Univ. of Michigan
Gloeckler, G. SOURCES, INJECTION AND ACCELERATION OF HELIOSPHERIC ION POPULATIONS Univ. of Maryland
Giacalone, J. PARTICLE TRANSPORT, COMPOSITION, AND ACCELERATION AT SHOCKS IN THE INNER HELIOSPHERE Univ. of Arizona
Scholer, M. INJECTION AND ACCELERATION OF THERMAL IONS AT COLLISIONLESS SHOCKS: RESULTS OF KINETIC SIMULATIONS Max-Planck-Institut
Fisk, L.A. STATISTICAL ACCELERATION OF SUPERTHERMAL PARTICLES IN THE SOLAR WIND Univ. of Michigan
Mason, G.M. COMPOSITION AND ENERGY SPECTRA OF IONS ACCELERATED IN COROTATING INTERACTION REGIONS Univ. of Maryland
Roelof, E. HIGH LATITUDE OBSERVATIONS OF COROTATING INTERACTION REGIONS: REMOTE SENSING USING ENERGETIC PARTICLES JHU/APL
Miller, J.A. PARTICLE ACCELERATION IN IMPULSIVE SOLAR FLARES Univ. of Alabama in Huntsville
Cliver, E.W. PARTICLE AND PHOTON SIGNATURES FROM SOLAR FLARES Phillips Lab Hanscom AFB
Litvinenko, Y. DIRECT ACCELERATION AT SITES OF MAGNETIC RECONNECTION Univ. of New Hampshire
Reames, D.V. OBSERVATIONAL CONSEQUENCES OF PROTON-GENERATED WAVES AT SHOCKS NASA/GSFC
Mazur, J.E. ENERGY SPECTRA OF 3HE, 4HE, AND HEAVY IONS IN IMPULSIVE SOLAR ENERGETIC PARTICLE EVENTS Aerospace Corporation
Lin, R.P. ENERGETIC ELECTRONS ACCELERATED IN SOLAR PARTICLE EVENTS UC Berkeley
Cohen, C.M.S. THE ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION OF SOLAR ENERGETIC PARTICLES Caltech
Popecki, M.A. IONIC CHARGE STATE MEASUREMENTS IN SOLAR ENERGETIC PARTICLE EVENTS Univ. of New Hampshire
Barghouty, N. DYNAMIC SIMULATION OF SOLAR ENERGETIC IONS' EQUILIBRATION AND ACCELERATION Caltech
Zank, G.P. ANOMALOUS COSMIC RAY INJECTION, ACCELERATION, AND TRANSPORT Bartol Research Institute
Jokipii, J.R. HELIOSPHERIC ACCELERATION, TRANSPORT AND FRACTIONATION OF ANOMALOUS COSMIC RAYS Univ. of Arizona
Steenberg, C. THE MORPHOLOGY OF ANOMALOUS COSMIC RAYS IN THE OUTER HELIOSPHERE Caltech
Hsieh, K. IMAGING THE GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION OF ANOMALOUS COSMIC RAYS Univ. of Arizona
Leske, R.A. OBSERVATIONS OF ANOMALOUS COSMIC RAYS AT 1 AU Caltech
Ellison, D.C. SHOCK HEATING AND NONLINEAR COSMIC RAY PRODUCTION IN YOUNG SUPERNOVA REMNANTS N. Carolina State Univ.
Lingenfelter, R. COSMIC RAY ACCELERATION IN SUPERBUBBLES AND THE COMPOSITION OF COSMIC RAYS UC San Diego
Wiedenbeck, M.E. CONSTRAINTS ON COSMIC-RAY ACCELERATION AND TRANSPORT FROM ISOTOPE OBSERVATIONS NASA/JPL
Ptuskin, V.S. COSMIC RAY TRANSPORT IN THE GALAXY IZMIRAN, Russia
Webber, W.R. THE DIFFUSION OF COSMIC RAYS IN THE GALAXY - A MONTE CARLO APPROACH New Mexico State University
Swordy, S. THE COMPOSITION AND ENERGY SPECTRA OF HIGH ENERGY COSMIC RAYS University of Chicago



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