Radio Science Workshop
Tuesday May 17, 2011 - Meridian, 9:30 - 12:30
|The half-day Radio Science Workshop is the successor of the
Radio Science Day of last year. We will present the progress made concerning the radio science done at the plateau and offer room
for discussion. We continue with the questions: what science do we perform at the plateau, why do we focus on that particular
radio science, how do we perform our task and how can we work more efficient within the STCE framework?|
10 min presentations followed by 5 min Q/A.
We end with a 1.5 hour discussion.
|09:35||Lightning detection network at RMI: where we are to date||Dieter Poelman|
|09:50||BRAMS: status, recent developments and perspectives||Hervé Lamy|
|10:05||Whistler caracterization with VLF measurements||Fabien Darrouzet|
|10:35||The monitoring station at Humain||Christophe Marqué|
|11:05||Open discussion: radar - GPS - other subjects of interest|
|Scientific Committee||Hervé Lamy|
|Anyone interested in attending this workshop is kindly asked to confirm by email to herve.lamy at aeronomie.be.|
We hope to meet you and learn about the radio science circulating at the plateau!