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Important Dates
First circular: August 1, 2006
Second circular: April 1, 2007
Abstract submission deadline: June 25, 2007 
Financial support request deadline: June 25, 2007 
Early registration deadline: 24:00 (UT) on August 17, 2007

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Everyone can attend three CAWSES Tutorial Lectures without registration fee! (Japanese)

Instructions for Presentations

Information of Jidai Matsuri, the "Festival of the Ages" held on October 22 (Mon) in Kyoto

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Revision of the Early registration deadline 
We have revised the Early registration deadline to August 17 from July 31.

Revision of the Deadlines 
We have revised the Abstract submission deadline and Financial
support request deadline to June 25 from May 31.

The abstract submission page is available (April 20, 2007)

The registration/accommdation page is available (April 20, 2007)

Tutorial lecturers and Keynote speakers have been determined.

  Opening lecturer:

S. K. Avery Lecture on CAWSES

  Tutorial lecturers:

M. Geller 1960s Advances in Middle Atmosphere Research
A. Nishida Early Japanese Contributions to Space Weather Research
E. N. Parker Hydrodynamics, Magnetohydrodynamics, and Electric Circuit Analogs

  Keynote speakers:

J. Beer Evidence for solar forcing : some selected aspects
M. DikPati Simulating and predicting solar 'climate'
J. Forbes Tidal coupling from the Troposphere to the Thermosphere-Ionosphere System
C. Frohlich Total Solar Irradiance : What have we learned about its valiability from the record of the last three solar cycles?
S. Fukao What we have learnt from the Japanese project, Coupling Processes in the Equatorial Atmosphere
N. Gopalswamy Coronal Mass Ejections and Space Weather
J. Gosling Magnetic Reconnection in the Solar Wind
J.Haigh Mechanisms for solar influence on Earth's climate
Y. Kamide Storm-Substorm Relationships
J. Kozyra Advances in Space Weather Research and Interdisciplinary Collaboration through CAWSES Worldwide Campaigns
K. Labitzke Winter variability in the Stratosphere: Coupling between the Arctic and the Tropics
F.-J. Luebken The upper mesosphere : a transfer region from terrestrial to solar influences  or CAWSES activities in Germany
L. Svalgaard Calibrating Sunspot Numbers Using the Magnetic Needles
S. Tsuneta "Hinode" A New Solar Observatory in Space
R. A. Vincent Gravity wave coupling in the middle Atmosphere
L. Zelenyi Maqnetotail after GEOTAIL, INTERBALL, and CLUSTER:
accelerated beams, thin current sheets and intermittent turbulence

Leaflet is available.(July 14, 2006)

Sponsored by

   Scientific Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Physics (SCOSTEP)
   Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University
   Kwasan and Hida Observatories, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University
   Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University
   Kyoto University Grant-in-Aid for Creative Scientific Research Project
      Basic Study of Space Weather Prediction
   Kyoto University 21st Century COE Program
      Center for Diversity and Universality in Physics
   Kyoto University 21st Century COE Program
      Elucidation of Active Geosphere
   Nagoya University 21st Century COE Program
      Dynamics of Sun-Earth-Life Interactive System

In Cooperation with

   Astronomical Society of Japan
   Meteorological Society of Japan
   Society of Geomagnetism and Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences

Supported by

   Japan Geoscience Union
   Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
the Commemorative Organization for the Japan World Exposition('70)