Heliophysics Advisory Committee
The Heliophysics Advisory Committee (HPAC) is a new FACA committee of NASA, and replaces the Heliophysics Subcommittee of the NAC SC.
- Jill P. Dahlburg, Co-Chair - Naval Research Laboratory
- Michael W. Liemohn, Co-Chair - University of Michigan
- Elsayed Talaat, Executive Secretary - NASA Headquarters
- Vassilis Angelopoulos - University of California Los Angeles
- Paul Cassak - White Hall
- Bart W. De Pontieu - Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company
- Heather A. Elliott - Southwest Research Institute
- Darko Filipi - Adcole Maryland Aerospace
- Larisa Goncharenko - MIT Haystack Observatory
- George Ho - Johns Hopkins University
- Lynn Kistler - University of New Hampshire
- James Klimchuk - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
- Tomoko Matsuo - University of Colorado Boulder
- William H. Matthaeus - University of Delaware
- Mari Paz Miralles - Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
- Cora Randall - University of Colorado Boulder
- Roger Wilfred Smith - University of Alaska Fairbanks
The HPAC supports the advisory needs of the Heliophysics Division (HPD), the Science Mission Directorate (SMD) and other mission directorates as required, and NASA Administrator. The scope of the HPAC includes all aspects of heliophysics, including the dynamical behavior of the Sun and its heliosphere; the dynamical behavior of the magnetosphere, ionosphere, and upper atmosphere of Earth and other planets; the multi-scale interaction between solar system plasmas and the interstellar medium; energy transport and coupling throughout the heliophysics domain; and space weather. In addition to scientific research, the scope encompasses considerations of the development of enabling technologies, systems, and computing and information management capabilities, as well as developments with the potential to provide long-term improvements to future space weather operational systems.
HPAC Meeting Documents
April 5-6, 2018
November 29- December 1, 2017
Please direct questions regarding the Heliophysics Advisory Committee to James Spann, Executive Secretary.