PIERS 2018 in Toyama
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PIERS 2018 in Toyama, Japan, 1-4 August, 2018

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PIERS2018 Toyama Focus/Special Sessions  
SC5: Measurement Technology of Electromagnetic Waves in Space Plasma, and Its Application to Space Plasma Physics
Organized by Prof. Yoshiya Kasahara (Kanazawa University) and Dr. Keigo Ishisaka (Toyama Prefectural University)
 
Session's Information:
In the field of space physics, wave measurements provide many scientific clues to plasma dynamics in the outer space such as ionosphere, magnetosphere of the Earth, solar wind, and the other regions in the solar system. Knowing the space environment is very important because it provides us crucial information closely related to our human activities such as radio broadcasting, electric power grids, and radiation hazard for satellites, astronauts and airplane pilots. On the other hand, thanks to the drastic improvement of measurement techniques in recent years, not only national space agencies but also universities and private companies are able to carry out rocket experiments and spacecraft missions. This session will cover recent achievements of measurement technology of electromagnetic and/or plasma waves in space plasma and its application to space plasma physics. Topics of interest include, but contributions from other related topics are also encouraged

- Electric and magnetic sensors aboard rocket and/or spacecraft
- Miniaturized receiver and signal processing techniques for wave measurement
- Plasma wave generation and propagation in space plasma
- Radar system for the ionosphere and magnetosphere observation
- Wave particle interaction in space plasma
- Collaborative measurements using rockets, spacecraft and ground-based network
- Future missions and instrumentation for space science and exploration
- Space weather
 
Organizer's Information:

  • Prof. Yoshiya Kasahara
    Kanazawa University

  • Dr. Keigo Ishisaka
    Toyama Prefectural University


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