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Suggested Citation:"B: Workshop Agenda and Participants." National Research Council. 1999. U.S.-European-Japanese Workshop on Space Cooperation: Summary Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9758.
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Appendix B

Workshop Agenda and Participants

AGENDA
Wednesday, May 19, 1999

Morning—Welcome and Openings (E. Skolnikoff, Chair)

10:00

Opening address—A. Nishida

10:10

Welcome address—S. Ikeuchi (a JSC member)

10:30

Workshop objectives (or expected outcome)—E. Skolnikoff

10:45

Project selection and implementation procedures in Japan—A. Nishida

11:15

ASCA perspective—K. Makishima, J. Hughes, M. Turner

12:30

Break

Afternoon—Overviews and Mission Surveys (A. Nishida, Chair)

14:00

Introduction to SSB—E. Skolnikoff

14:15

Introduction to ESSC—L. Culhane

14:30

Review of U.S.-European collaboration study—E. Skolnikoff, L. Culhane, J.C. Worms

15:00

Break

15:15

Geotail perspective—A. Nishida, R. Anderson

16:30

Yohkoh perspective—T. Kosugi, H. Hudson, L. Culhane

17:45

Adjourn

Thursday, May 20, 1999

Morning—Lessons Learned and Ongoing Missions (L. Culhane, Chair)

10:00

Lessons learned, Discussion I

11:15

Break

11:30

Practices on ongoing and upcoming collaborative missions, Part I

HALCA—H. Hirabayashi

Nozomi—K. Tsuruda

LUNAR-A—H. Mizutani

SELENE—K. Tsuruda

SOLAR-B—T. Kosugi

12:30

Break

Afternoon—Visit to ISAS (Sagamihara)

14:00

Departure for ISAS

18:00

Reception at ISAS

Suggested Citation:"B: Workshop Agenda and Participants." National Research Council. 1999. U.S.-European-Japanese Workshop on Space Cooperation: Summary Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9758.
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Friday, May 21, 1999

Morning—Discussion of Practices on Ongoing and Upcoming Collaborative Missions (E.Skolnikoff, Chair)

10:00

Legal issues—I. Nakatani

10:30

Practices on ongoing and upcoming collaborative missions, Part II

ASTRO-E—K. Mitsuda

MUSES-C—T. Yamamoto

ASTRO-F—H. Murakami

11:30

Lessons learned, Discussion II

12:30

Break

Afternoon—Future Themes, Issues, and Workshop Results (to be co-chaired)

14:00

General discussion

Strategic planning on an international scale

Future themes and issues

Follow-on activities

Workshop summary

16:00

Adjourn

LIST OF PARTICIPANTS
U.S. Space Studies Board, Committee on International Space Programs

R.R. Anderson

University of Iowa (invited speaker)

F. Baganel

University of Colorado

Bill Green

U.S. House of Representatives (former member)

H.S. Hudson

UCSD/SPRC (invited speaker)

J. Hughes

Rutgers University

N.P. Neureiter

Texas Instruments (retired)

E.B. Skolnikoff

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

P. Whitney

Space Studies Board

European Space Science Committee

J.L. Culhane

Mullard Space Science Laboratory (University College London)

P. Masson

Laboratoire de Geologie Dynamique de la Terre et des Planetes / Universit é de Paris Sud

M. Turner

University of Leicester

J.C. Worms

European Space Science Committee

JSC Space Research Committee and Related Committees

H. Hirabayashi

Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS)

R. Ikeuchi

Nagoya University

M. Kato

ISAS

T. Kosugi

ISAS

K. Makishima

University of Tokyo

Suggested Citation:"B: Workshop Agenda and Participants." National Research Council. 1999. U.S.-European-Japanese Workshop on Space Cooperation: Summary Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9758.
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A. Morioka

Tohoku University

H. Murakami

ISAS

F. Nagase

ISAS

A. Nishida

ISAS

E. Sagawa

Communications Research Laboratory

N. Sato

Japan Meteorological Agency

T. Tsuda

Kyoto University

K. Tsuruda

ISAS

S. Watanabe

Fujita Health College

K. Yamashita

Nagoya University

T. Yamamoto

Nagoya University

H. Matsumoto

Kyoto University (SCOSTEP Special Committee)

K. Mitsuda

ISAS (on behalf of H. Inoue, Astronomy Committee)

T. Mukai

ISAS (SCOSTEP Special Committee)

I. Nakatani

ISAS, Director of the Office of External Relations

Observers

G. Kirkham

NASA Japan representative

A. Saegusa

Nature Tokyo correspondent

T. Takuma

U.S./Japan Foundation (invited)

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