University of Minnesota
School of Physics & Astronomy

Space Physics Seminar

Spring Semester

Saturday, January 16th 2016
12:00 pm:
Speaker: Aaron Breneman, University of Minnesota
Subject: Global coherence of hiss and electron precipitation
Tuesday, January 19th 2016
12:00 pm:
Organizational Meeting
Tuesday, January 26th 2016
12:00 pm:
Subject: Interesting new results from the group
Tuesday, February 2nd 2016
12:00 pm:
Speaker: Yan Song, University of Minnesota
Subject: Generation of Alfvenic Quasi-Stationary Double Layers and Charge Holes and Formation of Quasi-Static and Alfvenic Discrete Auroras
Tuesday, February 9th 2016
12:00 pm:
Speaker: Jasper Halekas, University of Iowa
Subject: Dynamic Mars: First Results from MAVEN
Tuesday, February 16th 2016
12:00 pm:
Speaker: Aaron Breneman, University of Minnesota
Subject: Global coherence of hiss and electron precipitation
Tuesday, February 23rd 2016
12:00 pm:
There will be no seminar this week so that the group can attend the MIFA Colloquium.
Tuesday, March 1st 2016
12:00 pm:
Speaker: Scott Thaller, University of Minnesota
Subject: Plasmapause dynamics during geomagnetic storms; a synoptic look
Tuesday, March 8th 2016
12:00 pm:
There will be no seminar this week so that the group can attend David Brain's colloquium.
Tuesday, March 15th 2016
12:00 pm:
There will be no seminar this week, spring break.
Tuesday, March 22nd 2016
12:00 pm:
There will be no Space Physics Seminar this week.
Tuesday, March 29th 2016
12:00 pm:
There will be no seminar this week.
Tuesday, April 5th 2016
12:00 pm:
There will be no seminar this week.
Tuesday, April 12th 2016
12:00 pm:
There will be no seminar this week.
Tuesday, April 19th 2016
12:00 pm:
Speaker: Charles McEachern, University of Minnesota
Subject: PC4 Models
Tuesday, April 26th 2016
12:00 pm:
Speaker: Brian Welsch, UW Green Bay
Subject: Effects of Global and Local Magnetic Structure in Flares and CMEs
Tuesday, May 3rd 2016
12:00 pm:
Speaker: Evan Tyler, University of Minnesota
Subject: Partitioning of Energy Flow from Reconnection

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