Visit ASIAA Homepage Registration Deadline: December 1, 2019 (Taiwan Time)
2020 ERG Science and Space Weather Workshop
January 13(Mon)-15(Wed), 2020
NCU, Taiwan


The ERG (Exploration of energization and Radiation in Geospace)/Arase satellite project, featuring Japan-Taiwan collaboration between JAXA/ISAS (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency/Institute of Space and Astronautical Science), ASIAA (Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics of Academia Sinica) and NCKU (National Cheng Kung University), was successfully launched on December 20, 2016 and is currently performing the mission of exploring the Van Allen radiation belts and the plasmasphere. The mission is part of the ERG Project, which utilizes the spacecraft observations along with ground-based network observations and integrated data analyses/simulations to study the appearance and loss of highly energetic particles in the geospace and to understand how various mechanisms may contribute to these processes. As data from the satellite have recently become available for analysis, the Taiwan ERG team is pleased to organize the 4th ERG Science Workshop, where the instrument teams are invited to present their first results. The scope of the 4th ERG Science Workshop includes any science topic that is relevant to the ERG/Arase Project and space weather. The workshop is open to the general space science community, aiming to achieve the ultimate goal of forming strong collaborations and working groups on various research topics that may take advantage of the ERG/Arase data.


The IDL/SPEDAS training course will cover basic usage of IDL/SPEDAS and hands-on training to make various plots of Arase plasma/particles and field/waves data. The LOC will provide the PCs with IDLs. Please submit the survey form if you plan to attend the SPEDAS training courses.


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