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We would like to invite you to the session R7 (Geospace) at ISAR-7 (Seventh International
Symposium on Arctic Research) to be held as a hybrid symposium (in person & online) on
March 6-10, 2023. On-Site location is National Institute of Polar Research (NIPR),
Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan.
ISAR-7 Web Site: https://jcar.org/isar-7/
The deadline of the submission of Abstract is October 31, 2022.
The deadline of the early-bird registration is December 19, 2022 and online registration
deadline is on February 6, 2023.
On-site registration is also available during the Symposium (March 6-10, 2023).
New entry restrictions and action measures for foreign nationals regarding COVID-19
infection in Japan was revised and relaxed from October 11, 2022. It is also announced at
the ISAR-7 Web Site. We sincerely look forward to your abstract submissions and to seeing
you at the symposium in-person as before.
Description of the session R7 is as follows:
This session is devoted to a forum to discuss recent progress on geospace in the Arctic
region, such as ground-based/space-borne observations, theories and modeling. Geospace is
the atmosphere/space near the earth, including middle atmosphere, upper atmosphere,
thermosphere, ionosphere and magnetosphere. In the Arctic region, human lives and social
structures are sensitively affected by the change of geospace disturbed by solar
activities. Recent studies have indicated that the geospace in the Arctic region is not
only linked by magnetic field lines but also by atmospheric dynamical processes including
circulation and waves, and further affect the global atmosphere. Contributions from
international collaborative projects/facilities are highly encouraged.
If you have any inquiries, please contact the session conveners or ISAR-7 Secretariat
ISAR-7 Session R7 conveners
Yasunobu Ogawa (National Institute of Polar Research, Japan),
Takuo Tsuda (The University of Electro-Communications, Japan),
Takanori Nishiyama (National Institute of Polar Research, Japan), and
William Ward (University of New Brunswick, Canada)
Yasunobu Ogawa, National Institute of Polar Research, JAPAN
E-mail: yogawa(a)nipr.ac.jp Tel: +81-42-512-0664
EISCAT Peer-Review Programme: Call for Proposals
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The EISCAT Scientific Association invites applications for observing
time on the EISCAT facilities in 2023, by individual scientists,
research groups, and consortia throughout the world on equal,
competitive basis. This means that anyone can apply, independent of
whether or not the applicant is from an EISCAT associate country.
While evaluations are merit based, in the case of two applications
having similar merits in evaluation, *preference will be given either to
those applicants who are new to the EISCAT facilities*, in order to
enlarge the EISCAT user community and further more open access to the
facilities, *or to the applicant showing stronger educational impact
The present call is the first one for 2023. In total, 200 hours of
experiment time are open for international, peer-reviewed competition,
and are available for the use of any of the current EISCAT facilities.
Roughly half of this time is allocated in each call.
Please refer to the details of the call at
for more information.
The deadline for proposals is *1 Nov 2022* at 24:00 UTC.
Dr. Ingemar Häggström
Head of Operations, EISCAT Scientific Association
Mail address: Box 812, SE-98128 Kiruna, Sweden
Visiting address: Rymdcampus 1, SE-98192 Kiruna, Sweden
Phone: +46 98079155 Cell: +46 703212083