Università della Calabria, Rende (Cosenza) - Italy
March 9-11, 2009
Space, astrophysical, and laboratory plasmas are dominated by processes, such as shocks, magnetic reconnection, and turbulence, that are intrinsically variable and coupled on disparate scales. This workshop will discuss and refine the science background and mission design for Cross-Scale, a candidate ESA Cosmic Vision mission dedicated to the study of these fundamental phenomena.
Please, register yourself to get e-mail updates about the workshop.
ProgrammeThe definitive program of the workshop is now finally available on the program web page.
TalksThe contributed talks (see the programme for the list) will be 12+3 minutes long. The schedule is very tight, so please make sure about the duration of your talk
PosterPoster size should be 150x105 cm, portrait.
AbstractsThe abstract book is now available HERE. A printed copy will be distributed at the Workshop.
ProceedingsWe have agreed for the publication of the papers submitted to the Workshop on the ISI rated journal: "Planetary and Space Science". Of course, all papers will go through normal peer review process, so that publication is not guaranteed. The usual characteristics of novelty, originality of results and so on will be required. At the moment of your registration, we will kindly ask you whether you are willing to submit your or not. The number of pages of the articles will depend on the actual number of submissions.
TransferIf you have communicated your arrival details, we will provide the transfer to your hotel or to the University Campus. The file containing all the details of the arrival/departure for each person will be available on this page very soon. Please, check the file in case of errors, as soon as it will be available. You will find all information you need on the venue page of the Workshop website.
MapsHere are some maps in pdf format:
ESA - Cosmic Vision: http://sci.esa.int/crossscale
|Abstract deadline:||Expired on February 10th 2009|
|Registration deadline:||Expired on February 10th 2009|
Please, send any comment or suggestion about these web pages to:
Luca Sorriso-Valvo: sorriso[at]fis[dot]unical[dot]it or to Leonardo Primavera: lprimavera[at]fis[dot]unical[dot]it.
Last update: November 13th 2008