Observatory Days 2015
7th-9th January 2015  •  Sodankylä Geophysical Observatory

Last update: 2017-01-12, 11:44 UTC.

The purpose of the SGO Observatory Days is to discuss science and future strategies and actions related to space research. Naturally this includes the presentation of recent results and recent, current as well as future activities. A list of past and future seminars is given at the bottom of this page.

The next Finnish EISCAT Collaboration Meeting will be part of the Observatory Days and take place on Friday, 9th January 2015, in the morning.

The meeting will begin at 13:30 LT on Wednesday, 7th January, and end with lunch at 12:00 LT on Friday, 9th January. Lunch 12:00-13:30 LT on all three days at own cost, breakfast will hopefully be available for guest room occupants.

[SGO], [U Oulu]

Note: Seminar language will be English!

Topics

Premilinary list of topics in random order:

Please contact us and suggest more/other topics to be discussed.

Registration and Abstract Submission

The registration fee TBD EUR/person to be paid upon arrival at our finance office. The fee will cover four coffee breaks and the official dinner. Lunches are optional and can be paid (cash only) directly in the lunch room for 9,80€ for non-staff members.

Note: the registration deadlines have already expired, but there's still room for more participants. Please inform us directly by e-mail if you want to join. Welcome!

E-mail address: thomas -dot- ulich -at- sgo -dot- fi.

Outline Programme and Abstracts

Now available: Programme 2015.

Location

The Observatory Days will take place at Sodankylä Geophysical Observatory, in the lecture room of the Polaria building.

Past and Future Seminars

IX Observatory Days 10-12 January 2018.
VIII Observatory Days 11-13 January 2017.
VII Observatory Days 13-15 January 2016.
VI Sodankylä Seminar 7-9 January 2015.
V Sodankylä Seminar 7-9 January 2014.
IV Sodankylä Seminar 11-13 June 2012.
III Sodankylä Seminar 3-5 January 2011.
II Sodankylä Seminar 7-8 January 2010.
I Sodankylä Seminar 10-11 January 2008.