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2010 HPWREN Calendar
This calendar is a high-resolution PDF file.
2008 Summary Video
This video summarizes HPWREN activities.
This brochure explains the interdisciplinary fields involved with the HPWREN project.
In order to observe the surroundings of the HPWREN antennas, we
have installed a cameras at several HPWREN locations.
Read conference papers, journal articles, governmental publications, and etc regarding HPWREN. Also, take a glance at what the media has to say about the project.
Congressional hearing testimony
On July 31, 2001, HPWREN PI Hans-Werner Braun testified before the U.S. House of Representatives regarding the project.
Image of the Week
Each week, the HPWREN team features an interesting photograph depicting the week's accomplishments.
This map depicts current HPWREN topology.
HPWREN researchers wrote and implemented software that utilizes SIO's Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics (IGPP) existing seismic sensor network to distribute real-time data to client computers. Real-time distribution of seismic data is now available via HPWREN.
Articles related to the project depict significant HPWREN activities.
Check out weekly progress accomplished by the team.
Profiles of some HPWREN team members and collaborators
An array of HPWREN brochures and posters available in high-resolution formats.
(Incomplete and dated) list of HPWREN Team,
Participants, and Collaborators
Weather Sensors: Meteorological stations are located on several HPWREN nodes.
Acoustics Sensors: Experiments are currently being conducted via these sensors.
Prepared by Hans-Werner Braun, this introduction to HPWREN provides readers with an overall understanding of both the fundamental and technical aspects of the project.
Because HPWREN focuses on "hard to reach" areas, solar installations are sometimes necessary. System requirements and design are described by former HPWRENer Todd Hansen in this document.
HPWREN short technical white papers and summaries from 2002, 2003, and 2004. Additional white papers are found on the Clips page at http://hpwren.ucsd.edu/info/papers.html#white.
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