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MIST recognised in 2018 RAS awards

MIST Council would like to congratulate those who have been recognised for contributions to the field by the Royal Astronomical Society recently, but particularly we would like to congratulate those members of the MIST community who are to be honoured at the next National Astronomy Meeting.

Emma Bunce has won the Chapman Medal for outstanding contributions to the understanding of the magnetospheres of gas giants, Matt Taylor has won the Service Award for his exceptional work in co-ordinating and contributing to ESA's Rosetta mission, and Jim Wild has been awarded the James Dungey lectureship for his excellent and highly relevant work on substorms and reconnection in the magnetotail. We would also like to congratulate Kerri Donaldson Hanna for winning the Winton Award for planetary science.

MIST Council applauds each of the winners, alongside the other academics who will be recognised in Liverpool this spring!

More details are available at the RAS website.

New MIST councillors in 2017

Congratulations to Jasmine Sandhu and Jonny Rae, both at MSSL, who have been elected (and, in Jonny’s case, re-elected) to MIST Council. They join Ian McCrea (Chair - RAL), Sarah Badman (Lancaster), Luke Barnard (Reading) and John Coxon (Southampton), all of whom continue in their posts.

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Rishbeth Prizes 2017

Congratulations to Jade Reidy (University of Southampton) and Mervyn Freeman (British Antarctic Survey) for winning this year's Rishbeth prizes for their presentations at the National Astronomy Meeting at the University of Hull this July.

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Nigel Wade

Nigel Wade
Nigel Wade - University of Leicester

It is with deep sadness that we have to inform the MIST community of the untimely death after a short illness of Nigel Wade who worked in the Radio and Space Plasma Physics (RSPP) group at Leicester for over 30 years.

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New Members of MIST Council

After a hard-fought campaign by the five candidates, the results of the MIST Council elections are now in!

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Autumn MIST 2013

Autumn MIST 2013 will be held on Friday 29th November at Burlington house starting with coffee at 10am.  Please click on these links for the timetable and list of abstracts.

Autumn MIST 2013

Autumn MIST 2013 was held on Friday 29th November at Burlington House. A meeting report will follow in Astronomy and Geophysics, but in the mean time here is the list of presentations and the abstracts.

Autumn MIST 2013, 29th November, 1st Announcement

Dear colleagues,

Abstract submission is now open for the Autumn MIST meeting, which will be held at the Royal Astronomical Society, Burlington House, London, on Friday 29th November. The meeting will start at 10:30am (with coffee served from 10:00) and will include a poster session.

Contributions are welcome from all areas of MIST science, two out of the three sessions will be general MIST science sessions. In line with previous years we have planned a theme in one session which this year will be "Models and Data – their role in MIST science". With recent advances in computing capability, the use of models in all areas of MIST science has become more prevalent.  We also invite contributions to this particular session of Autumn MIST which explore the use of models in MIST science and also the use of data to create and validate the models.

Please send abstracts in the following format to emmwoo (at) bas.ac.uk and rcf11 (at) ion.le.ac.uk by the end of Friday 1st November:

TITLE:
AUTHORS:
PRESENTING AUTHOR (if not first author):
LEVEL (e.g. PhD, PDRA, Lecturer):
POSTER PREFERRED (yes/no):
ABSTRACT:

Best regards,

Emma Woodfield

(on behalf of MIST Council)