The following message is from the conveners of this Chapman Conference in Korea this year. The conference poster is attached as a one-page pdf. Abstract deadline is at the end of April. Website link is at the end of this message. If you have a conference to announce, please send it in.
Low-frequency waves (ULF, ELF and VLF) in space plasmas have been studied for many decades. In our solar system, such waves occur in the magnetospheres of planets and in the solar wind; more recently they have also been confirmed on the Sun. In spite of the great differences in the plasma properties of these regions, the overarching schemes are wave generation, wave propagation, and wave dissipation, which are three fundamental aspects of any kind of waves. A fourth aspect of waves is their application, either with direct benefit to humans or for scientific pursuit. This Chapman Conference will provide a forum in which these different communities can come together and discuss recent achievements of observational, theoretical, and modeling studies.
Further information about the conference theme, important dates and the venue can be found on the conference website: http://chapman.agu.org/spaceplasmas/.