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The opening ceremony will take place the 30th of August at 6:00pm in the Salone dei Cinquecento
(Hall of the Five Hundreds)
in Palazzo Vecchio.
The conference will be held in Convitto della Calza (Oltrarno Meeting Center) from 31th of August to 3rd of September.
The website is http://www.fi.infn.it/conferenze/ecrs2004/
The topic of the Symposium is cosmic-ray physics in its widest meaning; it includes not only charged particles, but also high energy X-rays and gamma-rays, neutrinos and gravitational waves. A major part of the Symposium time will be dedicated to the discussion of those experimental projects that are of main importance for the European scientific community, focusing the attention on large-scale experiments.
The 19th European Cosmic Ray Symposium is organized by the Istituto Nazionale de Fisica Nucleare and the Università degli Studi di Firenze, Dipartimento di Fisica and is supported by Ente Casse di Risparmio di Firenze.
The website is http://www.agu.org/meetings/cc04bcall.html
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
For further information, please visit the website at http://canopus.chungnam.ac.kr/kaw3/ or contact Dongsu Ryu at firstname.lastname@example.org
The city of Pune is the cultural capital of the state of
Maharashtra in India and is located about 150 km south-east of Mumbai.
Shielded from the vigour of the Indian monsoon coming from the
Arabian sea, which deposits nearly 200 cm of rain over Mumbai during
June-August, by the 700-1000 m high hill range, Pune will offer
a very pleasant environment for the conference. The travel time by
road from the international airport at Mumbai and Pune is less than
3 hours. The world heritage sites of Ajanta caves and Ellora temple
are only 250 km from Pune. The details about the conference and
the organization are available at the website,
http://www.tifr.res.in/icrc2005 and the secretariat can be
contacted at email@example.com.
Author: Eric R. Christian
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