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MMS #8

Community Science Workshop
May 9-13, 2022

Monday May 9th: SWG and IFT meetings
Tuesday 10th-Friday 13th: Community Workshop
9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Tuesday 10th: Poster session and reception 6:00 - 9pm
Thursday 12th: Conference dinner 7-9:30 pm 

at Campus of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University,
Daytona Beach, FL

Information, logistics, registration

Special Issues

Physics of Plasmas
"Plasma Physics from the Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission”

Submission Deadline: 31 August 2021 30 July 2021
Guest Editors: Julia E. Stawarz (Imperial College London) and Kevin Genestreti (Southwest Research Institute)

Submitted or planning on submitting? FAQs are herePlease take a min to let us know by filling in your name and prospective paper title here! This info helps us write an on-topic forward for the special issue.

MMS Science Telecons

Tuesdays, 10:00 am | Central US Time | 1 hour

Join the meeting


Jan 25:  KTH Royal Institute of Technology, hosted by Andris Vaivads

Tomas Karlsson: "Solar wind magnetic holes can cross the bow shock and enter the magnetosheath".
Zhe Wang: "Monitoring the spatio-temporal evolution of a reconnection X-line in space".
Savvas Raptis: "Magnetosheath jet generation due to shock reformation".

Feb 1:  hosted by Early Career Scientists


When hosting, please feel free to think broadly about your approach. For example,

  • It is perfectly fine to have fewer, longer presentations rather than the standard three short presentations.
  • Consider simply leading a discussion of an open question, a new event, or an analysis/simulation tutorial.
  • Invite people to present that are “further afield” than your own team. (e.g., a newly published paper of interest.)
  • If your week overlaps with a major conference or MMS SWT, please anticipate that telecon will be cancelled.

As always, every host prioritizes anyone from across our community that wishes to present their new material for feedback from the team, especially to check the use or interpretations of the datasets.

If you are a "late breaking" co-author addition to an about-to-be submitted paper, it is a good practice to ask them to also present at this forum for feedback.

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