Program

The Workshop will take place during the week of April 4-7, 2016, at the facilities of the National Institute of Space Research (INPE), Sao Jose dos Campos, SP, Brazil. The program consists of lectures ministered by the invited speakers. During the coffee breaks and, especially, at the end of the afternoon Sessions of Tuesday (April 5), there will be a display of posters, some about Magnetic Reconnection, but mostly about other topics in space plasmas in which some local scientists and students are working and would like to receive comments from the visiting scientists of the Workshop.



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9:00 AM

09:45 AM

10:30 AM

11:00 AM

11:45 AM

12:30 PM

2:00 PM

2:45 PM

3:30 PM

4:15 PM

4:45 PM

5:00 PM

5:30 PM

5:45 PM

6:30 PM

MON 4

Registration

Opening

Lunch

Key note talk

T1

T2

Coffee break

T3

T4

TUE 5

T5

T6

Coffee break

T7

T8

Lunch

T9

T10

T11

Coffee break

Posters

Dinner

WED 6

Small Group Meeting

Coffee break

Small Group Meeting

Lunch

Small Group Meeting

Coffee break

Small Group Meeting

THU 7

T12

T13

Coffee break

T14

Lunch

T14

Closing Session

Coffee break

Invited Scientists

Geissler, Paul, U.S. Geological Survey.

pgeissler@usgs.gov


Howell, Robert, University of Wyoming.

rhowell@uwyo.edu


Kivelson, Margaret G., University of California, LA.

mkivelson@igpp.ucla.edu


Lopes, Rosaly, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

rosaly.m.lopes-gautier@jpl.nasa.gov


Morgenthaler, Jeffrey, Planetary Science Institute.

jpmorgen@psi.edu


Radebaugh, Jani, Brigham Young University.

janirad@byu.edu


Rathbun, Julie, Planetary Science Institute and University of Redlands.

rathbun@psi.edu


Steffl, Andrew, Southwest Research Institute.

steffl@boulder.swri.edu


Vasyliūnas, Vytenis,Max-Planck-Institut Sonnensystemforschung.

vasyliunas@mps.mpg.de


Yoshikawa, Ichiro, Department of Earth and Planetary Science,
Graduate School of Frontier Sciences

yoshikawa@k.u-tokyo.ac.jp


Zarka, Phillipe, Observatoire de Paris, Meudon.

philippe.zarka at obspm.fr


Contributed Talks

Bloecker, Aljona, University of Colgne, Germany

bloecker@geo.uni-koeln.de


Pinho Magalhães, Fabíola, INPE, Brazil.

pmfabi@gmail.com


Soares Marques, Manilo, INPE, Brazil

manilo.marques@inpe.br

Objective

One of the major scientific questions in the outer solar system, highlighted in the Visions and Voyages for Planetary Science in the Decade 2013-2022 (U.S. National Research Council, 2013) is: "How Do Satellites Influence Their Own Magnetospheres and Those of Their Parent Planets?" .The interaction of Io with the Jovian magnetosphere is among the strongest and most complex known interactions between a satellite and the magnetosphere of its parent body. This focused workshop will bring together key researchers on Io's volcanism, Io's atmosphere,and Jupiter's plasma torus and magnetosphere, to discuss how best to investigate interrelated observations and models of volcanic, atmospheric, plasma-torus, and magnetospheric mass-and-energy-exchange processes. The ultimate goal of the workshop is to foster new collaborative research to determine the connection between Io's volcanic activity and variability in the Io torus and Jupiter's auroral dynamics, and thus better understand the mechanisms by which Io supplies the Jovian magnetosphere with plasma.

Organizing Committees

Local Organizing Committee

Ezequiel Echer , INPE, Brazil

Walter D. Gonzalez, INPE, Brazil

Mariza P. Souza Echer, INPE, Brazil

Maria Virginia Alves, INPE, Brazil

Alicia L. C de Gonzalez, INPE, Brazil

Alisson Dal Lago, INPE, Brazil

Fabíola Pinho Magalhães, INPE, Brazil

Manilo Soares Marques, INPE, Brazil

Scientific Organizing Committee

Rosaly Lopes, JPL/Caltech, Estados Unidos

Walter Gonzalez, INPE, Brazil

Ezequiel Echer , INPE, Brazil

Jeff Morgenthaler, PSI, Estados Unidos

Julie Rathbun ,PSI, Estados Unidas

Mariza P.Souza Echer, INPE, Brazil

For more information about the Io-Jupiter Interaction Workshop please send an e-mail to Dr. Walter Gonzalez

walter.gonzalez@inpe.br

About this page please contact: Dr. Alicia L. Clua de Gonzalez

alicia.gonzalez@inpe.br

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