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Re: Draft agenda for GMU, 30th to 31st October

At present, we have only a single large room reserved. If 
you need some small rooms, I will have to see what is available.


hwarren wrote:
> Ed,
> I like your agenda. Should we also discuss some of the problems that we run
> into when doing joint XRT/EIS data analysis? I'm thinking of things like
> co-alignment, spacecraft jitter, and temperature response. 
> With regards to your comment on the structure of the meeting, I like the
> idea of having a joint session for the broader topics (e.g., observing
> modes) and small groups for the specific science topics. 
> Best wishes,
> Harry
> PS Anything but raising chickens. My wife's father has taken to raising
> chickens in his retirement. It isn't pretty . . . 
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> |-----Original Message-----
> |From: Ed Deluca [mailto:edeluca@cfa.harvard.edu]
> |Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2007 4:29 PM
> |To: Ken Dere; Louise Harra; George Doschek; Tetsuya Watanabe; Ed Deluca;
> |Len Culhane; John Mariska; Hiro Hara; Harry Warren; Mark Weber; Ryouhei
> |Kano; Taro Sakao; Peter Young; Helen Mason; Keiichi Matsuzaki; Peter
> |Cargill; Khalid al-Janabi; Charles Brown; Viggo Hanseen; David Brooks;
> |Ayumi Asai; John Rainnie; Suguru Kamio; Shinsuke Imada; Jonathan Cirtain;
> |Giulio Del Zanna; Loraine Lundquist; Matthew Whillock; Louisa Bradley; Leon
> |Golub; Kathy Reeves; Kelly Korreck; Joan T Schmelz
> |Cc: eis_science@mssl.ucl.ac.uk; xrt science
> |Subject: Re: Draft agenda for GMU, 30th to 31st October
> |
> |Hi,
> |
> |I have expanded the email list a bit and added some thoughts on XRT/ EIS
> |science in the attached rtf file. I have resent David Williams' draft
> |agenda for the newcomers.
> |
> |I don't know if we can cover the XRT/EIS science in a single day, but I am
> |not in favor of long meetings either. If attendance is large we might
> |create small groups to look at the "AR Loops", "micro-flares" ... and then
> |report back at in the afternoon. Is break-out space a problem?
> |
> |In item (1)

Kenneth Dere
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