UofM Solar Physics Group took a trip to the Continental Divide at Loveland
Pass(elevation 11,990 ft.) in the Colorado Rockies the day before the
meeting started. Left to right: John Beene, Tae Kim, Kaouther Nasraoui,
Matthew Scott, Jack O'Connor and Tanya Pronzy. Jennifer Roames not pictured
Beene(left) presenting his poster at the meeting.
kim(center) presenting his poster.
Nasraoui(center) explaining her poster to Dr. Keith Strong(left) of Lockheed
O'Connor in front of his poster.
Roames(left) also had a chance to speak with Dr. Keith Strong(right) about
Nasraoui(left) was issued one of the 2004 SPD
Nasraoui standing in front of the CHANDRA
display booth at the meeting.
Scott (right) stops to talk to the representative at the Northrop
Grumman display booth.
UofM Solar Physics Group at our home laboratory in Memphis before the
2003 SPD meeting. Left
to right: Matthew Scott, Claire Nevels, Kaouther Nasraoui, Drew Medlin
and John Beene
Beene(in a tie) presents his poster to Spiros Patsourakos(left) from the
Naval Research Laboratory(NRL)
and another visitor to the meeting.
Nasraoui(left) presents her poster in front of a crowd at the meeting
including Jim Klimchuck(front) and Spiros Patsourakos (far right) from
Schmelz giving her talk on the Coronal Loop Controversy.
Schmelz(left) takes time to listen to Dr. Keith Strong(right) of Lockheed
Martin at the meeting.
of the Solar Physics Group members take time to visit the Green
Bank radio Telescope(GBT) in Maryland. Kaouther Nasraoui(left), John
Beene(center) and Drew Medlin(photographer).
at GSFC, Johne Beene poses for a picture next to a full size mock up of
the Hubble Space Telescope
and a full size section of the Space
Shuttle used to train astronauts to service the real Hubble Telescope.
University of Memphis Solar Physics Group at the 2002 AAS
meeting in Albuquerque, NM. Back row from left to right: Peter Hubbard(2002
Award winner), John Beene, Virginia Richardson. Front row from left
to right: Drew Medlin, Claire Nevels.
of the UofM Solar Physics Group(left to right: Jonathan Cirtain(2001 SPD
Studentship Award winner), Dr. Joan Schmelz, Drew Medlin and Thomas
Blevins) meet with Joe Gurman(far right), project scientist for SOHO,
at the American Geophysical
Union (AGU) Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts
University of Memphis Solar Physics Group at the Summer 2000 Solar
Physics Division Meeting in Lake Tahoe Nevada. Back row from left
to right: Ben Scheopke, Jonathan Cirtain, Christopher Marino, Rick Edwards.
Front row from left to right: Drew Medlin, Trae Winter, Richie Scopes,
and the group leader Dr. Joan Schmelz.
Edwards listens while Christopher Marino, 2000 SPD
Studentship Award winner , practices his presentation skills.
Cirtain and Ben Scheopke(also a 2000 SPD
Studentship Award winner), in front of their poster.
Cirtain(left) presents his poster to Dr.
Peter Foukal of Heliophysics, Inc.
Scopes presents his poster to John Cook from the NRL.
Scopes(1999 SPD Studentship
Award winner), presents his poster to a crowd at the meeting.