[STSP] Solar Physics in the Asia Pacific Region

Phil Wilkinson phil at ips.gov.au
Fri Nov 19 17:00:58 EST 2010

Dear people,

Solar Physics in the Asia Pacific Region

some of you may be interested in attending the first Asia Pacific Solar 
Physics meeting, organised by Arnab Choudhuri and a number of us. It will
be held in Bangalore, India, for the period 21-24 March 2011. Mike
Wheatland will be giving an invited talk at it.

Please look at the website http://www.iiap.res.in/meet/apspm/ and see
whether you're interested in attending the meeting and presenting a
paper at it. If so, then please proceed to submit your abstract and
to register.

(Note that there are other venues for solar physics papers, whether
coronal or interplanetary, in the region ... including the AOGS and
ASSC meetings, but APSPM is the only dedicated solar physics
meeting in the region.)

With best wishes,


P.S. Please distribute this to interested people. 

Iver H. Cairns, Professor in Space Physics and 
Director, Centre for Waves and Complex Systems

School of Physics,       Email: cairns at physics.usyd.edu.au
University of Sydney, 
NSW 2006,                Work phone: +61-2 9351-3961
Australia                Work fax:   +61-2 9351-7726.


---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Mon, 15 Nov 2010 10:15:07 +0530 (IST)
From: Arnab Rai Choudhuri <arnab at physics.iisc.ernet.in>
To: Jongchul Chae <chae at astro.snu.ac.kr>, chou at phys.nthu.edu.tw,
     fangc at nju.edu.cn, hasan at iiap.res.in, hzhang at bao.ac.cn, kit at iszf.irk.ru,
     moonyj at khu.ac.kr, cairns at physics.usyd.edu.au, paul.cally at sci.monash.edu.au,
     P Venkatakrishnan <pvk at prl.res.in>, sakurai at solar.mtk.nao.ac.jp,
     saku.tsuneta at nao.ac.jp, shibata at kwasan.kyoto-u.ac.jp, wangjx at bao.ac.cn
Subject: APSPM: Please inform colleagues

Dear SOC members,

This is a special request to all SOC members to inform
colleagues in your own countries that the APSPM website
is now ready at
and persons interested in attending APSPM can now register
and submit abstracts at this website.

Thanking you for your support and co-operation,


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