University of Maryland
Atlantic Building, Room 2400
4:30 PM Monday, November 4, 2013
Coffee, Tea & Snacks 4:15-4:30 PM

Alex Glocer
Goddard Space Flight Center
Modeling the Earth's Space Environment System

The Earth's space environment is comprised of regions with vastly different spatial and temporal scales, characteristic energies, and features. As a result, numerous modeling approaches using fluid and kinetic formalisms have sprung up tailored to each specific region. Further complicating our picture is the simple fact that each part of the space environment does not exist in isolation, but is rather a part of a complex system. This presentation will cover a range of our recent modeling studies treating each part of system from the solar wind-magnetopause interaction, ring current and radiation belt response, and magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling.

Sponsored by: Department of Physics and the Institute for Physical Science and Technology, University of Maryland. For information call Victoria at (301) 405-4811 or go to the UMD Space Physics group seminar web site.

There is free parking after 4:00 PM in lot B (the big parking garage across the street from the ATL building). There are a limited number of spaces in lot Q next to the new ATL wing with free parking after 4PM even when there is a basketball game on campus.