ISWI Newsletter - Vol.4 No.52
17 May 2012

Dear ISWI Participant:

I have been asked to circulate the following announcement for a Chapman Conference that will take place in Iceland.

The conveners would like to announce the International AGU Chapman Conference on Fundamental Properties and Processes of Magnetotails, March 10 - 15, 2013 in Reykjavik, Iceland. The meeting is designed for input from scientists who study the terrestrial and other planets' magnetotails, and will provide a forum in which various communities can come together and discuss recent achievements of observational, theoretical, and modeling studies. We will have presentations to compare and contrast knowledge from our best-sampled environment, the Earth's magnetotail, to the less explored magnetotails of Saturn and Jupiter, and to the least explored magnetotails of Mercury, Uranus, and Neptune.

For more information, please visit the conference website at

Andreas KeilingUniversity of California, Berkeley, USA
Caitriona JackmanUniversity College London, U.K.
Peter DelamereUniversity of Colorado/LASP, USA
Program Committee
Colin ForsythMullard Space Science Laboratory, U.K.
Denis GrodentUniversity of Liege, Belgium
James SlavinUniversity of Michigan, USA
Jin-Bin CaoBeihang University, China
Mervyn FreemanBritish Antarctic Survey, U.K.
Michelle ThomsenLos Alamos National Laboratory, USA
Norbert KruppMax-Planck-Institute, Germany
Tsugunobu NagaiTokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Xianzhe JiaUniversity of Michigan, USA
Respectfully yours,
George Maeda
Editor of ISWI Newsletter
Hakozaki Campus, Kyushu University, Japan.

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