ISWI Newsletter - Vol.2 No.17
27 February 2010

Dear ISWI Participant:

At the request of Dr J. Davila (ISWI Secretariat, based at Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA, Greenbelt, Maryland), I reprint information from Dr Christine Amory-Mazaudier (originally email from her to Dr Davila, Dr Gopalswamy, and Dr Haubold). I reprint it verbatim (marked in blue). And I attach as pdf the Power Point file (click ) that she mentions in this text. The labelled photos are especially delightful. I might mention here that Dr Vafi and Dr Obrou take care of the MAGDAS magnetometer operating in Abidjan, the main city of the Ivory Coast.

Christine: Merci beaucoup for this info from Abidjan. I was there for the original MAGDAS installation in 2006. Cheers, Editor.

From: Christine Mazaudier
Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2010 5:44 AM
To: Gopalswamy, Natchimuthuk (GSFC-6710).; Davila, Joseph M. (GSFC-6700).; Hans HAUBOLD
Subject: news from Ivory Coast

Hi Joe, Nat and Hans:

Here is some news from the Ivory Coast. The team of research is composed of 13 scientists: 6 scientists (4 are professors or Associate professors) and 8 students. One of them (Zacharie) defended his Phd last week.

He plans to visit Prof. Yumoto and to work with MAGDAS Data.

Find attached a Power Point (click ) with some photos and also the research programme which is part of the ISWI project. Also a very good new one of the student (directed by Olivier Obrou) work on GPS data. He analyzed 2 years (2008, 2009), He will present his results at the next ISWI workshop.


If you have any ISWI news that you feel should get circulated within the ISWI community, please send to me.
Cordially yours,
George Maeda
Editor of ISWI Newsletter
Hakozaki Campus, Kyushu University, Japan.

(1) Thesis ZAKA Komenan Zechariah; 1111 KB, 8 pages. (click )

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