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European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014

 starting on 27 April, 2014 and ending on 02 May
Location : Austria Center Vienna (ACV) in Vienna, Austria

The program  you can download soon . 

 The EGU General Assembly 2013 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world into one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences. Especially for young scientists, it is the aim of the EGU to provide a forum where they can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geosciences. The assembly is open to the scientists of all nations.

Levon Vanyan : “The Origin of Thunderstorm Ground Enhancements (TGEs): Energy Spectra Analysis”.

WebSite :http://ws-sozopol.stil.bas.bg/index.html

Dates: May 26 to 30
Location :  Sozopol, Bulgaria

Tigran Karapetyan : " The significant enhancement of cosmic ray fluxes in our galaxy due to the enormous weakening of solar activity since 2006"

WebSite : http://tea-is-2014.cnrs-orleans.fr/

Dates: June 23-27, 2014

Location : Colliore, France

  The goal of the TEA-IS Summer School is to provide information to scientists interested in studies to better understand the role of thunderstorms in the atmosphere-ionosphere-magnetosphere system. The school includes both lectures and hands-on exercises (using on going observations and satellite data processing). The school will encourage discussions between students and senior scientists and scientific collaborations between different research groups.

Hripsine Mkrtchyan : ''The lightning detection networks operated in Armenia and their relation to Thunderstorm ground enhancements (TGE)"

Dates: September 22-26, 2014

Location :   Armenia, Byurakan 

  The goal of the conferens:  The research on high-energy phenomena in thunderclouds is entering an intensive development stage. New satellite and balloon missions are being prepared exclusively for the detection of optical, radio, and gamma ray emissions from thunderclouds. New research groups from several countries worldwide are installing surface-based particle detectors for TGE detection. New models aimed to explain TGF and TGE events are currently being developed and tested. A vast amount of experimental evidence on TGE and TGF is available for tuning the models and for consistency checks on individual observations. The spatial and energetic characteristics of extensive cloud showers and the measured energy spectra of the TGE gamma rays and electrons may be used for checking characteristics of the particle fluxes obtained by the TGF simulations.

  The study of high-energy phenomena in the atmosphere provides unique information about particle acceleration and multiplication in the lower and upper atmosphere during thunderstorms. Generation and propagation of large fluxes of electrons, positrons, gammas, and neutrons in the atmosphere and in near space are related to the development of thunderstorms and may be used for monitoring dangerous consequences of extreme weather. Electromagnetic emissions connected with thunderstorms trigger various dynamic processes in the Earth’s magnetosphere, causing global geoeffects and changing electrodynamics properties of the ionosphere. The large fluences of energetic electrons, photons, and neutrons produced by runaway electron avalanches can potentially be a danger to aircraft crews, passengers, and onboard electronic systems. 

International Conference-Session of the Section of Nuclear Physics of PSD RAS

Dates: November 17 to 21, 2014

Location: Moscow, Russia

From November 17 to 21, 2014 the Section of Nuclear Physics of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI organize in MEPhI the International Conference-Session of the Section of Nuclear Physics of the Physical Sciences Division of RAS "Physics of Fundamental Interactions".

AGU Fall Meeting

Dates: 15-19 December, 2014

Location: San Francisco, USA

The AGU Fall Meeting brings together the entire Earth and space sciences community for discussions of emerging trends and the latest research. The technical program includes presentations on new and cutting-edge science, much of which has not yet been published, meaning you’ll return to work with knowledge you can’t get anywhere else.

Ashot Chilingarian, Bagrat Mailyan "Exploring High-Energy Phenomena in Earth's Atmosphere"