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Svenska Rymdforskares Samarbetsgrupp
The SRS 2023 took place in
Uppsala on March 14-15, 2023. The meeting covers
different areas of space sciences carried out at Swedish
institutes. The format includes invited talks, as well as
posters which were displayed in a special poster session,
and could be viewed as well as during coffee and lunch
breaks. This year we had a new session in the programme with
discussions about funding strategies in Sweden. The
programme below has links to some of the presented
slides, especially SNSA's
funding strategy and the information_by
the representatives of the SNSA.
For questions and general matters about SRS please contact
Maria Hamrin, at email
<Maria.Hamrin@space.umu.se>. For further
information about the 2023 meeting please see below or
contact Stephan Buchert <email@example.com>.
The venue was the Sonja
Lyttkens lecture hall (Å101121) in house 10 ("New
Ångström") of the Ångström
Laboratory of the Uppsala University.
An outline of
programme with approximate timings is
14, Tuesday, 13.15-17.30:
- 13.15-13.20: Practical Information
- 13.20-13.25: Maria Hamrin, Umeå
University, Introduction to SRS
- 13.25-14.15: Astrobiology (chaired by
- Dr Gavin Kenny, Natural History
"Understanding the role of
impact cratering in Earth's evolution through
- Dr Erik Persson, Lund University
"Space humanities: the role
of humanities for space exploration"
"Galaxies in the
early universe observed with JWST – first results from the
MIRI high-z GTO team"
- 14.15-15.05: Astronomy (chaired by Felix
- Dr Jens Melinder, Stockholms
composition of the Sun”
- Dr Karin Lind, Stockholms
- 15.05-15.35: Coffee break, Leg
- 15.35-16.25: Atmospheric Physics
(chaired by Kristell Perot)
- Doc. Dr Linda Megner, Stockholm
"The MATS satellite: A
glimpse of the first data"
- Dr Simon Pfreundschuh, Chalmers, Department of Space, Earth and Environment
"Advancing atmospheric remote
sensing using machine learning"
- 16.25-17.15: Micro-Gravity and Life
Sciences (chaired by Rodrigo Fernandez-Gonzalo)
- Dr Anton Ahlbäck, Örebro University
"Space analogs and ultrasound
- Dr Stefania Giacomello, KTH Royal
Institute of Technology, Science for Life
Laboratory, Department of Gene Technology:
"Spaceflight impact on mouse
brain and heart revealed by spatial transcriptomics"
- 17.15-17.30: SRS Matters, Maria
Hamrin, please see the agenda!
- 17.30-18.30: Posters
- 18.30-~20.00: Meeting Dinner at the
15, Wednesday, 08.45-15.00:
- 08.45-09.35: Solar System (chaired by
- Dr Sabrina Tigik Ferrao, IRF:
"Simultaneous occurrences of
whistler and Langmuir waves in the near-Sun solar
- Prof. Stas Barabash, IRF:
interactions: The main goal for the Swedish
instruments onboard JUICE"
- 09.35-10.25: Space Plasma (chaired by
"Solar wind structures and
their interaction with the Earth's magnetosphere:
implications for space weather"
- Dr. Hayley Williamson, IRF:
interaction between a comet and the solar wind using
Rosetta ion data"
- 10.25-10.55: Coffee break, Leg
- 10.55-11.45: Earth Observations (chaired
by Johan Fransson)
- Dr. Puzhao Zhang, KTH Royal
Institute of Technology, Department of Urban
Planning and Environment
Observation Big Data for Wildfire Monitoring using
- Dr. Perola Olsson, Lund University,
Department of Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science
"Hunting insects from space -
remote sensing of forest disturbances"
- The following part of the programme was
also via Zoom:
List of posters:
- 12.57-13.15: Quick talks (3x6 min,
chaired by Maria Hamrin)
- Linda Megner, Stockholm University,
Atmospheric gravity waves ‐ Bridging the
- Lina Eklund, Lund University, Pyrogeography
in Conflict Contexts: Satellite Remote
Sensing of Vegetation Fires in the Middle East (via
- Cecilia Norgren, IRF, Plasma
heating and acceleration in reconnecting
- 13.15-14.00: Discussion on funding,
strategies, SNSA and VR, to prepare pse read this paper.
The representatives of SNSA (Vilgot Claesson, Kristine
Dannenberg, Per Magnusson, Kristell Pérot, Elisabet
Sandelin) presented their funding
- 14.00-15.00: SNSA Information
- Maya Mishra, Umeå University, et al., "Applications of
One Health Principles to Spaceflight"
- Axel Hagermann, Stefan Schröder & the CALICO
consortium. "CALICO - Exploring an Ocean World"
- Christer Persson, Fuglesang Space Center, "The
Fuglesang Space Center"
- Eleanor May, Chalmers, et al., "Preparations for the
Ice Cloud Imager (ICI) operational phase"
- Alexander Mustill, Lund University, "Galactic phase
space kinematics of transiting exoplanet host stars"
- Judith Korth, Lund Observatory "Hot Jupiters and their
- Oliver Herbort (Uni Vienna) et al. "Atmospheres of
Rocky Exoplanets - Implying surface conditions from clouds"
- Jonathan C. Tan (Chalmers) et al., Atmospheric
Remote-sensing Infrared Exoplanet Large-survey
- Niloofar Khorshid (Chalmers), Planets and
their formations in the era of ARIEL
- G. Borderes Motta, IRF, et al., "On the Tracking of
Satellites Using Auroral Images"
- Judit Pérez-Coll Jiménez, KTH, et al., "Analysis of
multi-point Probe Measurement obtained by SPIDER-2
Sounding Rocket in the Auroral E-region during a Pulsating
- Sebastián Rojas Mata, Gabriella Stenberg Wieser, Yoshifumi
Futaana, IRF Kiruna, "Exploring Plasma Asymmetries in
- Joshua Dreyer, IRF, et al. "Utilising light ion
measurements to derive mixing ratios of heavier neutral
species in Saturn's ionosphere"
The space for each poster is comfortably enough for up to A0
portrait, but A0 landscape is too wide.
Eduroam will work. If not available, pse see the UU
WiFI 24h access for guests. To receive a code you need to provide the
Swedish (or EU?) number of a mobile phone. If needed, ask another
attendant for help with receiving the code, it does not have
to be your phone.
This announcement was last updated on March 15, 2023.