Pre-/Post-Heliophysics 2050 Workshop Discussions
To augment the impact of the Heliophysics 2050 Workshop on the community’s pre-decadal preparation, NASA is supporting additional opportunities for community coordination.
- Pre-workshop, NASA is encouraging preparatory discussions so that the in-workshop discussions are as productive as possible.
- Post-workshop, NASA is encouraging follow-on discussions that can take threads from the workshop and further develop them as part of decadal survey white paper preparation.
NASA especially encourages discussions on interdisciplinary science, science that expands the field of heliophysics, a coherent pipeline from basic research to operational activities, and state-of-the-profession topics. Topics should be focused enough to be productive without being so focused that discussion threads outside of established canon are excluded.
Given the limited time before the workshop, groups are encouraged to meet at least once a week. After the workshop, groups will be encouraged to consider the decadal survey white paper deadlines when scheduling.
Some pre-workshop groups are currently meeting, and interested individuals are encouraged to contact the organizer for connection information.
- Larry Kepko (email@example.com): Terrestrial magnetospheric science
- Shasha Zou (firstname.lastname@example.org): Terrestrial ITM science
- Albert Y. Shih (email@example.com): High-energy solar physics
- Dan Seaton (Daniel.Seaton@Colorado.EDU): Middle corona and connection to heliosphere
- Mark Linton (firstname.lastname@example.org): Solar interior and atmospheric science
- Allison Jaynes (email@example.com): Magnetosphere-atmosphere connections
- Justyna Sokol (firstname.lastname@example.org): Outer heliosphere
- Aleida Higginson (email@example.com): Outer corona/heliosphere
- Ian Cohen (firstname.lastname@example.org): Comparative magnetospheres
- Katherine Garcia-Sage (email@example.com): Exoplanets/astrospheres
- Hantao Ji (firstname.lastname@example.org): Reconnection (including applications to laboratory and astrophysics communities)
- Jennifer Gannon (email@example.com): Space weather
- Ryan McGranahan (firstname.lastname@example.org): Data science in heliophysics
- Anna Tenerani (email@example.com): Turbulence
- Jaye Verniero (firstname.lastname@example.org)/Lindsay Goodwin (email@example.com): Community
- Nada Al Haddad (Nada.Al-Haddad@unh.edu): CMEs
To volunteer to organize a new group, contact Ian Cohen (firstname.lastname@example.org) to coordinate. No topic relevant to the workshop and the decadal survey will be discouraged. A modest honorarium is available for eligible organizers.
All groups must be open to all interested members of the community. All groups must abide by the highest standards of conduct.
Any questions about NASA Heliophysics Division’s preparation for the decadal survey should be directed to Jared Leisner (email@example.com).