Presentations According to Program

Monday, July 9, 2018

INAUGURAL SESSION & AWARDS CEREMONY

David Boteler – The Importance of Solar-Terrestrial Science for Canada

Kazuo Shiokawa – Preliminary Review of Scientific Achievements of the SCOSTEP VarSITI program (2014-2018)

Kok Leng Yeo – Measurements & Models of Total & Spectral Solar Irradiance Variability in the Satellite-Era

Jeffrey M. Forbes – Periodic Solar Forcing of the Atmosphere-Ionosphere (A-I) System at Multi-day Periodicities

David Kendall – Space Weather in the UN COPUOS Context

Delores Knipp – Extreme Space Weather Effects of the Great Solar and Geomagnetic Storm of May 1967

 

SESSION 3.4:  MAGNETOSPHERE – IONOSPHERE – THERMOSPHERE COUPLING IN SC 24

Gang Lu – Global Ionosphere and thermosphere response to the March 2015 St. Patrick’s Day Storm

Ajesh Pillai – A Case Study on the Response of Thermospheric Nightglow Emissions to Penetrating Electric Field

Ashik Paul – Assessment of multi-frequency GNSS signal outages observed from northern Equatorial Ionization Anomaly (EIA) crest locations

Goderdzi Didebulidze – Lower thermosphere factor in formation of sporadic E under influence of horizontal winds and AGWs

Konstantin Kabin – Particle energization by substorm dipolarizations

V. Lakshmi Narayanan – Comparison of ionospheric response over Brazilian sector during geomagnetic storm of March 2013 and 2015

David Miles – Alfvénic dynamics and fine structuring of discrete auroral arcs: Swarm and e-POP observations

Wojciech Miloch – Plasma density irregularities and their effects on trans-ionospheric radio signals studied with the Swarm satellites

Yuki Tagaki – Statistical analysis of SAR arcs detached from auroral oval based on all-sky imaging observations

Chi Wang – Global Space Weather Observational Network: Challenges and China’s Contribution

Abdelhaq Hamza – On the Characterization of Ionospheric Scintillation at High Latitudes

Posters:

Goderdzi Didebulidze – Coupling of geomagnetic disturbances and GCRs flux with cloud covering and TOC at Abastumani

Prince Prasad R. – Magnetospheric dynamics during main phase of St. Patrick’s Day geomagnetic storm: Global MHD simulations

 

SESSION 4.2:  SPACE WEATHER 

Meng Jin –  Sun-to-Earth Modeling of CME with a Global MHD Model: Facilitating Physical Understanding and Space Weather Forecasting

Nikolay Pertsev – Components of the lunar gravitational tide in the terrestrial atmosphere and geomagnetic field

Nat Gopalswamy – Extreme Kinematics of the 2017 September 10 CME and its Heliospheric Consequences

Noé Lugaz – Forecasting Southward Bz Periods Following Shocks

Olga Khabarova – Space weather effects associated with small-scale magnetic islands in the solar wind

Nishant Narechania – An integrated solar wind-MHD model for space weather forecasting

Mamoru Ishii – Space weather research and operation in NICT

Craig Rodger – New Zealand Long term geomagnetically induced current observations: Peak current estimates for extreme geomagnetic storms

Martin Connors – Large Impulsive Magnetic Events (LIME)

Lauri Holappa – IMF By dependent enhancement in high latitude geomagnetic activity in local winter

Mark Clilverd – Geomagnetically induced currents and harmonic distortion observed during the 7 – 8 September 2017 disturbed period

Oleg Troshichev –  PC index as a standard of magnetoionospheric disturbances in the auroral zone

Nariaki Nitta – Possible scenario to effectively improve space weather predictions from space based observations

Posters:

Benoit Trembley – Sandpile Model and Machine Learning for the Prediction of Solar Flares

Prince Prasad R. – Characteristics of storm-time substorms in high latitude midnight sector and their low latitude signatures

Prince Prasad R. – Network-based Time Series Analysis of Substorm Dynamics

Artem Padokhin – CME acceleration and EUV wave kinematics for September 10th 2017 event

 

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

HIGH SPEED STREAMS, FLARE IMPACT, ATMOSPHERIC COUPLING

Larry Paxton – Exploration of Earth’s Atmosphere from Space, A vision for our field and the challenges facing us

Erich Becher – Mechanisms of dynamical coupling from the troposphere to the lower thermosphere

Daniel Baker – The Sun-Earth Connection: Solar Forcing of the Earth’s Magnetosphere and Atmosphere System

Aaron Ridley – The Thermospheric and Ionospheric Response to Solar Flares

 

SESSION 3.3: REGIONAL, HEMISPHERIC AND INTER-HEMISPHERIC COUPLING AND TRANSPORT IN TEH ATMOSPHERE

Marianna Shepherd – Dynamical perturbations in O(1D) nightglow, winds and TEC satellite observations at Southern high latitudes

Gordon Shepherd – WINDII observations of a stationary thermospheric high-latitude “wall” of extreme winds

Erdal Yiğit – Physical coupling processes within the Atmosphere-Ionosphere system induced by propagating waves

William Ward – Dynamical variability in the winter Polar mesopause region

Samuel Kristoffersen – Gravity Wave Observations and Characterization with the ERWIN-II

Jia Yue – Quasi-two-day wave (QTDW) and Quasi-6-day wave Coupling of the Middle Atmosphere and Thermosphere-Ionosphere

Bernd Funke – Mesosphere-stratosphere coupling by polar winter descent of odd nitrogen: Observational constraints

Kazuo Shiokawa – Recent results on atmospheric and ionospheric disturbances obtained using the Optical Mesosphere Thermosphere Imagers (OMTIs)

Thomas Reddmann – Modelling the chemical impact of particle precipitation and comparison with observations

Posters:

Oluwafisayo Owolabi  – Excursions of interplanetary field-aligned currents in Africa

Lakshmi Narayanan – Effect of severe geomagnetic storms in the low and middle latitude mesosphere

 

SESSION 1.2: ORIGIN, EVOLUTION AND EARTH IMPACT OF HIGH SPEED STREAMS

Lan Jian – Understanding the structure and evolution of stream interaction regions from an observational aspect

Stefan Hofmeister – The dependence of the peak velocities of HSS on the colatitudes of their source CHs

Kazuo Shiokawa – Global Pc1 pulsations and purple auroral rays at the CIR arrival on March 21, 2017

Oleg Troshichev – Magnetosphere response to impulse space weather events: relationships between PC, AE and SymH indices

Rui Pinto – New strategies for modeling and forecasting the solar wind

Tatiana Podladchikova – Development of Adaptive Kalman Filter for solar wind forecast

Roksoon Kim – Space weather forecast using background information generated by superposed observations over previous Carrington cycles

Posters:

Tamara Gulyaeva – Growing coronal mega-holes towards the solar minimum

Stephan Heinemann – The 3-Phase evolution of a long-lived low-latitude coronal hole and its associated HSS

Manuela Temmer – Statistical study on coronal hole evolution and application for solar wind speed forecasting

 

SESSION 2.2: ORIGIN OF SOLAR FLARES AND THEIR IMPACT ON EARTH’S IONOSPHERE/ATMOSPHERE

Gaurav Bharti – The effect of space weather on sodium airglow emission

Haris Haralambous – Effect of Solar Flare X-Rays on digisonde fmin values

Jean-Pierre Raulin – Transient and long-term solar activity: Origin and impact on the Earth’s atmosphere

Nicole Vilmer – Radio diagnostics of solar flares and of their impact on Earth

 

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

CMEs, WHOLE ATMOSPHERE

Spiros Antiochos – The Origins and Major Solar Erruptions

Noe Lugaz – Interplanetary shocks, their sources and some space weather effects

Alexei Pevtsov – New ground based instrument initiatives for solar and solar terrestrial physics

Rolando Garcia – Long-term trends and variability in the middle atmosphere

 

SESSION 3.2: LONG TERM VARIABILITY OF TEH WHOLE ATMOSPHERE

Tim Kruschke – Disentangling top-down- and bottom-up-directed contributions of 11-year solar cycle induced climate signals

William Ball – Assessing long term trends in stratospheric ozone

Jan Lastovička – Long-term trends in stratospheric dynamics – longitudinal dependence

Gunter Stober – Trends in the middle atmosphere from ground based sensors at mid and high latitudes

Mark Clilverd – Climate change in the D-region

Jens Fiedler – Long-term and tidal variations of Noctilucent Clouds at ALOMAR

Franz-Josef Lübken – Some very few highlights from ROMIC (Role Of the Middle atmosphere In Climate)

Martin Mlynczak – Frontiers in satellite observation of the mesosphere and thermosphere

Posters:

Patrick Sheese – Atmospheric production of N2O in the MLT

Christina Oikonomou – Long‐term spread F morphology over Europe

Haris Haralambous – Sporadic E tidal variability and characteristics over three mid‐latitude Digisonde stations

 

SESSION 1.1: ORIGIN, EVOLUTION, AND EARTH IMPACT OF CORONAL MASS EJECTIONS

Manuela Temmer – Earth-affecting CME event: combining remote-sensing image data with in-situ measurements supported by modeling

Qiang Hu – Inter-comparison of interplanetary magnetic flux ropes and their solar sources: implication for flux rope models

Yihua Yan – The CME Initiation Associated with Decimetric Radio Burst Observations with MUSER

Seiji Yashiro – Magnetic environment on the shock driven by the 2012 January 27 CME

Lan Jian – Interplanetary CMEs observed by twin STEREO spacecraft on the far side of the Sun

Kyungsuk Cho – Effects of Geometries and substructures of ICMEs on geomagnetic strorms

Anitha Ravishankar – Estimation of Arrival Time of Coronal Mass Ejections in the vicinity of the Earth using SOHO and STEREO Observations

Charles Farrugia – The Magnetic Field Geometry of Small Solar Wind Transients Inferred from their Twist Distribution

Linghua Wang – The Electron Acceleration by ICME-driven Shocks at 1 AU

David Boteler – Re-examination of the solar activity of March 1989 and its impact on Earth

Qiugong Zong – Fast Acceleration of “Killer” Electrons and Energetic Ions by Interplanetary Shock Stimulated ULF Waves in the Inner Magnetosphere

Shrikanth Kanekal – Rapid energization of radiation belt electrons to Interplanetary Shocks

Satoko Nakamura – Time domain simulation of GIC flowing in power grid in Japan

Denis Rodkin – Properties of solar wind streams in relation to their solar origins

Posters:

Selvakumaran Ravindran – Solar-mangetosphere coupling investigation for intense geomagnetic stroms of solar cycle 24

Astrid Veroniq Which factors of an AR determine whether a strong flare will be CME associated or not?

Karin Dissauer – Studying the early evolution of Earth-directed CMEs by analyzing coronal dimmings

Tatiana Podladchikova – CME acceleration and EUV wave kinematics for September 10th 2017 event

Dominique Fontaine – Role of the terrestrial low shock on the geo-effectivity of magnetic clouds

Lauri Holappa – Geomagnetic activity driven by coronal mass ejections: latitudinal differences and solar cycle variation

 

Thursday July 12, 2018

ENERGETIC PARTICLES, LONG-TERM SOLAR VARIABILITY

Irina Mironova – Origin Energetic Particles and their Impact on Earth

Jie Jiang –  Solar magnetism and its long-term behavior from the point of view of dynamo theory

Monica Laurenza – Contribution of galactic and solar cosmic rays to the interplanetary and near-Earth particle radiation environment

Christopher Russell – What is the Time Series of Sunspot Numbers Telling Us About Magnetic Flux Transport

 

SESSION 1.3: ORIGIN, EVOILUTION, AND EARTH IMPACT OF ENERGETIC PARTICLES FROM SOLAR, MAGNETOSPGHERIC AND GALACTIC SOURCES

Lingling Zhao – Transient galactic cosmic ray modulation during solar cycle 24

Pertti Makela – Small SEP events with metric type radio bursts

Nariaki Nitta – The Relation of Solar Electron Events with EUV Waves Revisited for Solar Cycle 24 Events

Kaiti Wang – Observations of energetic protons by Van Allen Probes at radiation belts during solar proton events

Allison Jaynes – The fascinating dynamics of the high-energy Van Allen radiation belts

Craig Rodger – Improved empirical model to provide long-term datasets of radiation belt medium energy electron precipitation

Kazuo Shiokawa – Recent results of EMIC/ELF/VLF wave measurements at Athabasca (L=4.2), Canada

Miriam Sinnhuber – Energetic electron precipitation impact on the composition and dynamics of the atmosphere

MV Sunil Krishna – Influence of solar proton event on the infrared radiative cooling by Nitric Oxide

Daniel Marsh – A novel approach to quantifying EPP Influences on the Budgets of stratospheric NOy and ozone

Mark Clilverd – Electron precipitation from the outer radiation belt during the St Patrick’s Day storm

Posters:

Emma Douma – The Wave Driver of Relativistic Microbursts Through Ground Observations

Hong Xie – A model of the SEP intensity as a function of CME speed, width, connection angle

Olga Khabarova – A combination of different mechanisms of particle acceleration in the heliosphere: observational and theoretical aspects

Reihabeh Ghaffari – Electron Precipitation during Substorm Injections and Atmospheric Impacts

 

SESSIONS 2.1 & 4.1:  LONG-TERM SOLAR VARIABILITY (MAGNETISM, TOTAL IRRADIANCE, AND SPECTRAL IRRADIANCE) AND ITS IMPACT ON GEOSPACE AND EARTH

Sushant Mahajan – Spying on the heart of the solar dynamo

Deniz Ölçek – Long-term variability and distinct modes in a hybrid Babcock-Leighton solar dynamo model

Melinda Nagy – How ’rogue’ active region emergences affect the variation of the Solar Cycle?

Kalevi Mursula – Heliospheric impacts of the long-term solar activity (space climate)

Ilya Usoskin – ADF (active-day fraction) method of sunspot number calibration

Alexander Shapiro – Long-term variations of solar irradiance

Luc Damé – Variability of ultraviolet solar spectral irradiance over Cycle 24 with SOLAR/SOLSPEC 9 years of data

Pauli Väisänen – Analysis of power spectral density slopes of neutron monitor measurements in 1953-2016

Jih-Hong Shue – Which interplanetary magnetic field orientation is for the true ground state of the magnetosphere?

Nikolay Pertsev – On different response of mesopause region characteristics to long-term and short-term solar variability

Nazario Tartaglione – Impact of ssi and geomagnetic activity: A study with WACCM

Posters:

Baolin Tan – Phase analysis of solar cycles and implications for the forthcoming solar activity

Benoit Tremblay – Reconstruction of Horizontal Plasma Motions at the Photosphere from Intensitygrams and Machine Learning

Chengming Tan – How Does the Sun take impact on the air pollution on the earth?

Katya Georgieva – Recalibration of the sunspot indices: justification and consequences

Kumud Pandey –  Sunspot cycle and impact on Sun

Tina Hilbig – Solar spectral irradiance from the satellite instrument SCIAMACHY

Bharati Kakad – Shannon Entropy-Based Prediction of Solar Cycle 25

 

Friday July 13, 2018

SESSION 3.1: GEOSPACE RESPONSE TO VARIABILITY OF THE LOWER ATMOSPHERE

Sharon Vadas – Gravity wave penetration into the thermosphere and ionosphere

Jaeheung Park – Gravity wave penetration into the thermosphere and ionosphere

Brice Tsurutani – Solar/Interplanetary Effects and Possible Consequences for Atmospheric Vorticity

Fabrizio Sassi – The Impact of Upper Atmospheric Observations on Simulations of Short-term Variability in the Thermosphere-Ionosphere System

Yongliang Zhang – Global wave structures in the thermosphere observed by TIMED/GUVI

Alexander Medvedev – Ion friction and geomagnetic influence on gravity wave propagation in the thermosphere/ionosphere

Posters:

Ales Kuchar – Composite analysis of orographic GW hotspots’ behavior and the possible link with SSWs

Donghe Zhang  – External and internal driving sources of the ionosphere: analysis based on the wavelet decomposition

Dustin Gamblin – Characterizing airglow emissions as a function of solar zenith angle with PASI

 

SESSION 4.3: WILL CYCLE 25 BE SPECIAL?

Robert Cameron – Physical basis for solar cycle predictions and cycle 25

Ilya Usoskin – The Sun’s near future: predictions or divinations?

Posters:

Rolf Werner – Sunspot number prognosis for the 25thSolar cycle using AR-models separately for both hemispheres

 

SESSION 4.4: NEW MISSIONS (SPACE, GROUND) FOR STP

Posters:

Nat Gopalswamy – Passband Ratio Imaging of the Solar Corona using a Balloon Coronagraph: The BITSE Mission