9 - Open Session on Recent Advances in Space Weather Science
Ronald Van der Linden and the ESWW11 Program Committee
This session is open to contributions detailing recent advances related to all aspects of space weather scientific research that are not covered in other sessions in the programme of this year's European Space Weather Week. In recognition of the fact that Space Weather is at the moment a buoyant field of research over the full extent of its multidisciplinary content, and not all of these topics can be granted a dedicated plenary session in the programme, we open this session to posters and oral presentations that may not fit the particular thematic focus of this year's ESWW. Contributions accepted for this sessions should demonstrate recent and timely advances in science underpinning space weather services and operations. Oral presentations will be selected from the contributed abstracts (i.e. no a priori invited talks will be included). Abstract proposers should carefully demonstrate the relevance of their work for Space Weather research and operations.
Talks and Highlighted Posters
Wednesday November 19, 09:00-10:30, auditorium Reine Elisabeth
Wednesday November 19, 10:30-11:30, area in front of auditorium Reine Elisabeth.
Poster viewing of this session is simultaneous and in the same area with the viewing of the posters of session 10: Open session on Space Weather Applications and Engineering Concerns .
Talks and Highlighted Posters: time schedule
||The Solar Stormwatch CME Catalogue.
||Barnard, L et al.
||Dynamics of Particles in the Vicinity of the Heliospheric Current Sheet: Observations Versus Theory
||Khabarova, O et al.
||A Carrington-like Geomagnetic Storm Observed in 21st century
||Cid, C et al.
||A COSPAR/ILWS roadmap towards advanced space weather science to protect society's technological infrastructure
||Schrijver, Karel et al.
||Poster Intro of four highlighted posters + overview of the other posters
||Poster Intro of four highlighted posters + overview of the other posters of session 10|
|10:30||Poster Viewing of session 9 and 10, coffee served at 11:00|
|11:30||End of session|
||Highlighted poster: The Thermospheric Auroral Red Line Polarisation: Comparison between Theory and Observations.
||Lilensten, J; Bommier, V; Barthélémy, M; Bernard, D; Lamy, H; Moen, J; Johnsen, M G; Lovhaug, U P; Pitout, F
||Highlighted poster: The AE9/AP9 Next Generation Radiation Specification Models: Challenges
||Huston, S; O'Brien, T P; Johnston, W R; Ginet, G
||Highlighted poster: Latitudinal Distribution of Extreme ground Geomagnetic Variations: an Extreme Value Analysis
||Wintoft, P; Wik, M
||Highlighted poster: First Results from the HELCATS Project
||Harrison, R; Davies, J; P., C; Moestl, C; Rouillard, A; Bothmer, V; Rodriguez, L; Eastwood, J; Kilpua, E; Gallagher, P; Odstrcil, D
||A New Method to Detect the ICMEs Boundaries
||Dumitrache, C; Popescu, N A
||Estimation of the regional level of geomagnetically induced currents based on the local magnetic field
||Viljanen, A; Wintoft, P
|| I Love My Sun II (2013 - ):
Age 3 to 80 years
||Tulunay, Y; Tulunay, E
||Development of Space Weather and Space Climate Prediction Center in the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. First Results and Analysis
||Tassev, Y; Velinov, PIY; Mateev, L; Tonev, P; Dimitrova, M
||Value Added Services within the ESPAS System
||A Modification of the Force Field Approach to Describe Sub Neutron Monitor Energies
||Gieseler, J; Heber, B; Herbst, K
||The Brazilian Multidirectional Muon Detector for Space Weather Studies
||Dal Lago, A; Echer, E; Braga, C; de Mendonça, R; Rockenbach, M; Schuch, N; Munakata, K
||Coupling Functions for NM Total Intensity and Different Multiplicities: Analytical Approach
||Atmospheric Electric Field Effect for Total NM Intensity and Different Multiplicities on Mt Hermon
||Dorman, L; Applbaum, D S; Ben Israel, I; Dai, U; Kazantsev, V; Kozliner, L; Pustil'nik, L; Sternlieb, A; Zukerman, I; Zukerman, Igor
||Modeling of Magnetic Cloud Expansion
||Vandas, M; Romashets, E
||Mass, Momentum and Energy Transfer Across Transverse Magnetic Barriers through Three-Dimensional Particle-in-Cell Simulations of non-Diamagnetic Plasma Clouds/jets
||Voitcu, G; Echim, M
||March 2013 ICMEs and their Geomagnetic Effects
||Maris Muntean, G; Besliu-Ionescu, D; Mierla, M
||New Tools to Study Transient outflows and the Occurrence of Strong Southward IMF at 1AU.
||Rouillard, A; Lavraud, B; Génot, V; Kunkel, V; Odstrcil, D
||The main Periodicities of the ULF Geomagnetic Power and their Relationship with the Solar wind and Magnetospheric Electron Fluxes
||Alberti, Tommaso and SWICO Collaboration
||Space Weather Monitoring by Means of the Polar Cap Magnetic Activity Index PC
||HELCATS - Heliospheric Cataloguing, Analysis and Technique Service
||Davies, J; Harrison, R; Perry, C; Moestl, C; Rouillard, A; Bothmer, V; Rodriguez, L; Eastwood, J; Kilpua, E; Gallagher, P; Odstrcil, D
||SunPy: New Scientific Analysis Capabilities for GOES Observations
||Ryan, D; Mumford, S; Christe, S; Perez-Suarez, D; Inglis, A; Dominique, M
||Coupling of MHD and PIC Codes for Simulations of the Earth's Magnetoshpere.
||Olshevsky, V; Lani, A; Ho, N-D; Yalim, M S; Lapenta, G; Markidis, S
||Anisotropic Cascade and Heating of Solar Wind He++ Jons by Oblique Alfven-Cyclotron Waves
||Maneva, Y; Vinas, A; Moya, P; Wicks, R; Poedts, S
||Extremes in Worldwide Geomagnetic Activity
||Thomson, A; Kelly, G; Reay, S
||Sunspot Identification and Classification Capability of the Automatic Solar Synoptic Analyzer
||Hong, S.; Kim, Y-K
||Zero magnetic field as possible risk-factor for cardiovascular system during far space mission
||Gurfinkel, Y.; Vasin, A.; Sasonko, M
||Case Study of False Alarms of Geomagnetic Storms
||Leer, K.; Vennerstrom, S
||Space Weather Helioviewer : Advances in the Visualisation of Heterogeneous Solar Data
||Verstringe, F; Bourgoignie, B; Nicula, B; Berghmans, D; Marqué, C; Delouille, V; Jiggens, P; Mueller, D
||Geomagnetic Tools for Space Weather Monitoring
||Stolle, C; Matzka, J; Korte, M; Linthe, H-J; Park, J; Rauberg, J
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