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Living with a Star: Past Accomplishments and Future Promise
18-20 September 2013

Workshop Organizers: Amitava Bhattacharjee, Princeton University and Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (Chair), Spiro Antiochos, Farzad Kamalabadi, Janet Luhmann, Anthony Mannucci, and Nathan Schwadron

The Workshop is prompted primarily by the confluence of two events: the 10th anniversary of NASA’s Living With a Star Targeted Research and Technology (LWS TR&T) Program, and the release of the 2013-2022 Decadal Survey in Solar and Space Physics.  The goal of this Workshop is to celebrate and assess the accomplishments of the LWS TR&T Program over the past decade, and provide timely and focused input from leaders of the heliophysical science and technology community and agencies (NASA, NSF, NOAA, and DoD) on implementation of some of the key recommendations of the Decadal Survey, including the DRIVE initiative and space weather. The conversations in this Workshop will be critical in the formulation of a strategic vision of the LWS TR&T Program over the next 10 years. The Workshop will bring together a diverse group of agency leaders, and leading scientists and post-doctoral scholars involved in studies of the heliosphere, space weather, computational physicists, and laboratory experiments of relevance to the heliosphere. THIS WORKSHOP IS BY INVITATION ONLY.

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