International Workshop on Technical and Scientific Aspects of MST Radar

Thank you for participating in the 15th MST radar workshop and the 18 th EISCAT symposium. Total participants in workshop and symposium were 182 (62 people was from 18 Japanese institutes and others were from 67 foreign institutes in 18 contries.)
A very successful series of workshops on "Technical and Scientific Aspects of MST Radar" has been held over the last 30 years. During the last meeting, MST14/iMST1 held in Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil, in May 2014, the scope of the workshop was expanded to allow the possibility that future meetings might include ionospheric radar techniques and research.

The 15th International Workshop on Technical and Scientific Aspects of MST Radar, to be coded as MST15/iMST2, will be held at the National Institute of Polar Research (NIPR), Tokyo, Japan during May 27-31, 2017. It will overlap with the 18th EISCAT symposium (May 26-30, 2017) being held at the same venue, and participants of both events can attend sessions of both meetings. Furthermore, these meetings will be held following the JpGU-AGU Joint Meeting 2017 at Makuhari, Chiba, Japan on May 20-25, 2017 --- so late May 2017 in Japan will be a special time to learn about the latest developments in geospace and radar science!

The specific focus of the upcoming MST15/iMST2 workshop in Tokyo will be meso/strato/tropospheric and ionospheric coherent scatter radars, but contributions from related areas, such as incoherent scatter probing, collaborative studies using radars and other instruments like lidars and in-situ studies, and relevant modeling efforts will also be welcome and included.

Important dates
2016-12: Pre-registration and abstract submission open
2017-02: Abstract submission deadline
2017-03: Pre-registration finishes
2017-04: Program ready and announced
2017-05: Release of abstract PDFs
2017-05-27 - 31: meeting days
2017-06-01: Tour to MU radar/JMA (option)


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