Scientific program

SH.1: SOLAR EMISSIONS
  • SH.1.1: Energetic photons and neutrons
  • SH.1.2: Energetic charged particles
  • SH.1.3: Particle acceleration near the Sun
  • SH.1.4: Coronal mass ejections
  • SH.1.5: Ground level enhancements
  • SH.1.6: New experiments and instrumentation
SH.2: ACCELERATION AND PROPAGATION IN THE HELIOSPHERE
  • SH.2.1: Inter-planetary transport of energetic Solar particles
  • SH.2.2: Propagating interaction regions and shocks
  • SH.2.3: Co-rotating interaction regions and shocks
  • SH.2.4: Merged interaction regions
  • SH.2.5: General acceleration and transport phenomena
  • SH.2.6: Forbush decreases and other CME related phenomena
  • SH.2.7: New experiments and instrumentation
SH.3: GALACTIC COSMIC RAYS IN THE HELIOSPHERE
  • SH.3.1: Origin and acceleration of anomalous cosmic rays
  • SH.3.2: Gradients and anisotropies
  • SH.3.3: Energy spectra, composition and charge states
  • SH.3.4: Short-term and long-term variations and interpretations
  • SH.3.5: Space weather, terrestrial effects and cosmogenic nuclides
  • SH.3.6: New experiments and instrumentation
OG.1: LOW ENERGY COSMIC RAYS
  • OG.1.1: Direct measurements on primary cosmic rays
  • OG.1.2: Cosmic ray sources and composition
  • OG.1.3: Cosmic ray propagation
  • OG.1.4: Cosmic ray acceleration
  • OG.1.5: New experiments and instrumentation
OG.2: X-RAY, GAMMA-RAY AND NEUTRINO ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS
  • OG.2.1: Diffuse X-ray and gamma-ray emission
  • OG.2.2: Galactic sources (binaries, pulsars, SN remnants etc.)
  • OG.2.3: Extra-galactic sources (AGNs, quasars, gal.clusters etc.)
  • OG.2.4: Gamma-ray bursts
  • OG.2.5: High energy neutrino astrophysics
  • OG.2.6: Gravitational wave sources and experiments
  • OG.2.7: New experiments and instrumentation
HE.1: HIGH ENERGY COSMIC RAYS – EAS
  • HE.1.1: Observations and simulations at energies < 1015 eV
  • HE.1.2: Observations and simulations at the knee ~ 1015-16 eV
  • HE.1.3: Observations and simulations at energies ~ 1016-18 eV
  • HE.1.4: Observations and simulations at energies > 1018 eV
  • HE.1.5: Muons in EAS
  • HE.1.6: New experiments and instrumentation
HE.2: PARTICLE PHYSICS, ASTRO-PARTICLE PHYSICS AND COSMOLOGY
  • HE.2.1: Particle interactions relevant for cosmic ray studies
  • HE.2.2: Observations on Solar and atmospheric neutrinos
  • HE.2.3: Search for new particles and phenomena (as dark matter...)
  • HE.2.4: New experiments and instrumentation
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