IntroductionThe first HELIO Coordinated Data Analysis Workshop will be held at Trinity College Dublin (TCD), Dublin, Ireland on 11–13 April 2011. The Workshops are intended to allow us to demonstrate what HELIO is capable of and give user the chance to try the HELIO system.
Workshop GoalsThe goal of the workshop is to analyse a variety of coronal mass ejections (CMEs) and co-rotating interacting regions (CIRs) using HELIO, and to compare the results with previously published findings. The ultimate aim is to validate HELIO and identify how the capabilities of the system might be improved over the lifetime of the project. Examples of the questions that participants might have in mind include:
Primary Science Goals
Science Goal 1: CMEs at various points in the HeliosphereIdentified below are examples of CMEs impacting one or more of the inner planets of the Solar System.
Science Goal 2: Effects of high-speed solar wind flows in the HeliosphereIdentified below are examples of CIRs impacting one or more of the inner planets of the Solar System.
Meeting SchedulePreliminary details of the Meeting Schedule.
Meeting InformationDetails of the Venue, Transportation, Accomodation, etc.
RegistrationRegistration is closed.
Click here to see a list of participants that attended the CDAW.
OrganisersSOC: Bob Bentley (UCL-MSSL; Chair), Mauro Messerotti (INAF), Peter Gallagher (TCD), Benoit Lavraud (UPST), Astrid Veronig (U. Graz), Baptiste Cecconi (Obs. Paris), Alex Young (NASA-GSFC).
LOC: Peter Gallagher (TCD; Chair), Paul Higgins (TCD), Larisza Krista (TCD), David Perez-Suarez (TCD).
Last modified: Peter Gallagher (26 January 2011)