Scientific Program

Scientific Program

This is the thirteenth in the series of workshops on Technical and Scientific Aspects of MST Radar.
Scientists, Engineers, Technical experts, Theoreticians, students, all united in one forum for MST radar studies. This is what is special about the series of MST workshops. Previous workshops have been held in diverse locations like India, Peru, the USA, Europe and Canada. The focus of the workshop is MST (Meso-Strato-Tropo-sphere) radars, but related areas, such as collaborative studies using radars and other instruments like lidars and in-situ studies, and relevant theory, are welcome.

The following sessions are grouped according to the major themes of MST radar studies:

1. Scattering, calibration and microscale processes

2. New instruments, signal processing, and quality control

3. Meteors studied with MST radar

4. Plasma irregularities

5. Meteorology and forecasting/nowcasting

6. Middle Atmosphere Dynamics and Structure

7. Atmospheric Coupling

We especially encourage papers involving multi-instrument applications which include MST radars and wind profilers (e.g. radars/forecast models, radars/lidars, radars/insitu etc.) in all sessions.

Each morning the workshop will offer tutorial lectures/keynotes that will be of interest to all participants and will provide more specific sessions in the afternoon.

More details about the content of these sessions are given HERE

.:   Leibniz Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Kühlungsborn, Germany   :.