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SCIENCE SPLINTER: 1pm Eastern, 10am Pacific, 7pm Paris, 2am Tokyo
Please contact the following to participate/contribute:
Hadi Madanian (firstname.lastname@example.org), Li-jen Chen , Imogen Gingen, Michael Starkey, Mihir Desai, Steven Schwartz
3-min flash talks plus discussion led by the chairs on shock nonstationarity, particle acceleration, ways to improve our understanding of shock processes using model-data comparisons, and other shock processes.
Goal: ID major projects/questions underway and those still to be addressed – Spawn further collaborations
SESSION NOTES AND LINE UP:
|0||Hadi Madanian||Please remember: 5 minutes talk, maximum 3 slides|
|1||Katy Goodrich||What We Know and What We Don't Know About Shocks.|
|2||Lynn Wilson||The discrepancy between simulation and observation of electric fields in collisionless shocks|
|3||Martin Lindberg||Entropy change across quasi-perpendicular shock|
|4||Imogen Gingell||Connecting Simulations & Observations of Kinetic Structures at the Bow Shock|
|5||Li-Jen Chen||Solitary magnetic structures (isolated SLAMS): Dynamical origin|
|6||Drew Turner||Formation of a fast magnetosonic shock|
|7||Hadi Madanian||What makes a shock layer?|
|8||Steve Schwartz et al.||Current Sheets in the Earth's Quasi-parallel Magnetosheath|
|9||Savvas Raptis||Jets downstream of quasi-parallel and quasi-perpendicular bow shock|
|10||Denny Oliveira||Can interplanetary shock impact angles control magnetospheric ULF wave activity?|
|11||Tomas Karlsson||Do SLAMS penetrate the bow shock?|
|12||Shan Wang||MMS observations of 3s ULF waves|
|13||Naoki Bessho||Kinetic waves and reconnecting current sheets in a quasi-parallel shock|
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