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There was a total of 761 participants (269 from Japan) from 41 countries. 1052 papers were presented with 272 in the SH sessions, 342 in the OG sessions, and 434 in the HE. 492 of these papers were oral presentations and 561 were posters. There were also 5 plenary talks, 1 Hess lecture, 7 highlight talks, and 9 rapporteur talks.
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Scientific Commission D: Space Plasmas in the Solar System, including Planetary Magnetospheres
D1.1 The Dynamic Heliosphere
D1.2 Heliospheric Cosmic Ray Transport, Modulation and Turbulence
D1.3/E2.4 Energetic Particle Acceleration - The Injection Problem: Who Gets to Play?
D2.1/C2.2/E3.1 Influence of the Sun's Radiation and Particles on the Earth's Atmosphere and Climate
D2.2/E3.2 Reconnection at Sun and in Magnetospheres
D2.3/E3.3/PSW2 International Living with a Star (ILWS) Program
D2.5/E3.5 Coronal Mass Ejections and Solar Particle Events in Solar Cycle 23
D3.4 Horizons of Space Plasma Physics
Scientific Commission E: Research in Astrophysics from Space
E1.6 Sources of Cosmic Rays in the Galaxy
E2.1 Towards the Science of Solar-B and STEREO
E2.2 Mechanisms of the Solar Activity Cycle
E2.3 Energy Release and Particle Acceleration at the Sun and in the Inner Heliosphere
Scientific Commission F: Life Sciences as Related to Space
F2.7 Radiation Protection Beyond LEO
F2.8/D0.1/PSRB2 Planetary and Interplanetary Environmental Models for Radiation Analysis
PSRB1/F2.9 Physics and Design Issues for Radiation Evironmental Models
Scientific Commission H: Fundamental Physics in Space
H0.2 Particle Astrophysics
Observations in radio and high energy bands have revealed the existence of nonthermal components, cosmic rays and magnetic fields, in large scale structure of the Universe, and the importance of nonthermal processes has been demonstrated in the studies of relatively nearby clusters. In our efforts to understand these observational signatures, this Conference will review recent progresses in studies of the origin and roles of the nonthermal components in LSS.
- Production and distribution of cosmic rays in LSS
- Generation, evolution and distribution of magnetic fields in LSS
- Role of nonthermal components in LSS
- Observational manifestation of nonthermal processes in LSS
- Simulations of MHD and cosmic ray processes in LSS
- Radio galaxies and AGNs in LSS
- Particle accelerations in LSS
P. L. Biermann, R. D. Blandford, P. Blasi, H. Boehringer, S. Bowyer, R. Cen, J. Cho, T. E. Clarke, L. O'C. Drury, T. A. Ensslin, L. Feretti, R. Fusco-Femiano, G. Giovannini, Gopal-Krishna, J. P. Henry, J. R. Jokipii, T. W. Jones, J. S. Kaastra, H. Kang, P. P. Kronberg, R. M. Kulsrud, A. Lazarian, H. Li, A. Loeb, M. Markevitch, M. V. Medvedev, F. Miniati, A. V. Olinto, J. P. Ostriker, R. J. Protheroe, O. Reimer, L. Rudnick, D. Ryu, C. L. Sarazin, E.-S. Seo, I. L. Tregillis, E. T. Vishniac, H. J. Voelk, E. G. Zweibel
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CRIS (originally Catania Relativistic Ion Studies) Conference is devoted to debating a specific hot topic in physics. The CRIS Conference series started in 1996. It is planned to take place every second year in the Catania area. CRIS'96 was devoted to the question of the experimental evidence of a liquid-gas phase transition in nuclear matter. CRIS'98 was devoted to HBT interferometry. Both Proceedings were published by World Scientific, Singapore. CRIS 2000 was devoted to debating again the problem of Phase Transitions in Strong Interactions (the Proceedings were published as a dedicated volume of Nuclear Physics A by Elsevier, Amsterdam). Finally, CRIS 2002 was devoted to discussing exotic clustering and its Proceedings were published by AIP.
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