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NASA Eddy Cross-Disciplinary Symposium

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NASA 5th Eddy Cross-Disciplinary Symposium
Star-Planet Interactions in the Solar System and Beyond

Meeting Objective

The NASA 5th Eddy Cross-Disciplinary Symposium is presented in collaboration with NASA's Living With a Star Program, the Cooperative Programs for the Advancement of Earth System Science (CPAESS), and the Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences (ARIES).  This ongoing series of events bring together great minds across the interdisciplinary field of heliophysics. It continues the legacy of the frontier-thinking, cross-disciplinary gathering that the Eddy Symposia have come to define. Each symposium has a unique theme, and within part of its framework, scientific discussions, and creative-thinking sessions, three specialized themes are explored.

This year's theme will be examined through lenses utilized by three working groups established in previous Eddy Symposia, and their 2023 summary reports are included here:

This year the 5th Eddy Symposium will occur from November 17-22, 2024 in Nainital, India at the Aryabhatta Institute of Observational Sciences (ARIES). We invite you to apply to attend the meeting. To support the interdisciplinary focus of the collaborative teams attending, applications and abstracts will be evaluated to select Symposium participants. There will be travel support funds available. Learn more about this meeting.

Application deadline: June 28, 2024

Previous Symposia Results

Borne from the 3rd Symposium was a white paper "How Open Data and Interdisciplinary Collaboration Improve Our Understanding of Space Weather: A Risk & Resiliency Perspective," as well as a new publication in Frontiers. Additionally, we have a video on how this mix of great minds was able to greatly expand the data analysis capacity of a Ph.D. student present. Check out an article on this event as well as 2i2c's blog.

Learn more about these symposia including access to detailed agendas, talks on YouTube, and abstracts for the following symposia.'