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Call for Abstracts

Abstract submission opening day: 15 July 2010
Abstract submission deadline: 01 April 2011

Please register firstly at http://icrc2011.ihep.ac.cn/registration.htm and then login the indico webpage to submit your abstracts. Please note that:
1. One of options of "Presentation type" should be selected as "oral" or "poster". If "not specified", it will be regarded as poster.
2. One and only one of options of "Track classification" should be selected.
3. In "Comments", please fill in "Keywords: ...".
4. As the primary author, one can only submit at most one oral report and one poster report.

"Track classification": Only subsession (e.g. SH1.1) can be selected.

SH Solar and Heliospheric Phenomena

SH1 Sun and Solar Emissions
SH1.1 Energetic photons, neutrons and atoms
SH1.2 Energetic charged particles
SH1.3 Particle acceleration on/near the Sun
SH1.4 Solar Flares and Coronal Mass Ejections
SH1.5 Ground level enhancements
SH1.6 New experiments and instrumentation

SH2 Acceleration and Transport Phenomena in the Heliosphere
SH2.1 Interplanetary transport of solar energetic particles
SH2.2 Propagating interaction regions and shocks
SH2.3 Co-rotating interaction regions and shocks
SH2.4 Merged and Global interaction regions
SH2.5 General acceleration and transport phenomena
SH2.6 Forbush decreases and other CME related phenomena
SH2.7 New experiments and instrumentation

SH3 Galactic and Anomalous Cosmic Rays in the Heliosphere
SH3.1 Origin and acceleration of anomalous cosmic rays
SH3.2 Transport of GCR and ACR and their modulation
SH3.3 Gradients, anisotropies, energy spectra, composition and charge states
SH3.4 Short-term and long-term variations and interpretations
SH3.5 Solar minima and maxima
SH3.6 New experiments and instrumentation

SH4 Cosmic Rays at Earth and in Planetary Environments
SH4.1 Space weather
SH4.2 Terrestrial effects
SH4.3 Cosmogenic nuclides
SH4.4 Effects on planets, moons, and space missions
SH4.5 New experiments and instrumentation

OG Cosmic Ray Origin and Galactic Phenomena

OG1 Direct Measurements
OG1.1 Direct measurements of primary cosmic rays with balloons and satellites
OG1.2 Cosmic ray sources and composition
OG1.3 Cosmic ray propagation
OG1.4 Acceleration of cosmic rays
OG1.5 New experiments and instrumentations

OG2 X-ray and Gamma ray observations
OG2.1 Diffuse emission (Galactic and extragalactic)
OG2.2 Galactic sources (Binaries, micro quasars, pulsars, SN remnants, molecular clouds, etc.)
OG2.3 Extra-galactic sources I (AGNs, quasars, radio galaxies, star burst galaxies, clusters, etc.)
OG2.4 Extra-galactic sources II (Gamma-ray bursts)
OG2.5 New experiments and instrumentation (also gravitational wave)

HE High Energy Phenomena

HE1 Extensive Air Showers and HE Cosmic Rays
HE.1.1 Observations and simulations at energies < 1016 eV
HE.1.2 Observations and simulations at energies ~1016-18 eV
HE.1.3 Observations and simulations at energies > 1018 eV
HE.1.4 New experiments and instrumentation

HE2 Muons and Neutrinos
HE2.1 Muon experiments
HE2.2 Solar, atmospheric and related neutrino experiments
HE2.3 Neutrino telescopes and neutrino astronomy
HE2.4 Theory and calculations
HE2.5 Muon and neutrino tomography
HE2.6 New experiments and instrumentation

HE3 Interactions, Particle Physics Aspects, Cosmology
HE3.1 Hadronic interactions (accelerator and cosmic ray experiments)
HE3.2 Proton decay and new phenomena: experiments and theory
HE3.3 Exotic particle searches: experiments and theory
HE3.4 Direct and indirect dark matter searches
HE3.5 Cosmology (dark energy and theories)
HE3.6 New experiments and instrumentation
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