Fourteenth European Space Weather Week
Nov 27 - Dec 1, 2017, Ostend, Belgium

Sessions

Following an excellent response to the call for session, participants can submit a contribution (oral or poster) to a session.

SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT TO A SESSION

DEADLINES
Requests for orals contributions, early posters: May 31, 2017 included,
Late poster contributions: November 1, 2017, included.
What if I miss May 31? Do I really need to hurry?


About 'sessions'

Deadlines - What if I miss May 31? Do I really need to hurry? - Instructions for conveners
Format of a session, posters and orals contributions to sessions
What is the difference between an e- and p-poster?
Block diagram: provides info on the timing of the oral and poster part of a session.

Note: we wish to emphasise both the posters and the orals. Together, the oral and poster part complement each other.

List of sessions

In chronological order. Click on a session title for the abstract
Session 1Planetary Space Weather Services
Nicolas Andre (irap/cnrs); Manuel Grande (aberystwyth university); Jean Lilensten (cnrs/ipag); Iwona Stanislawska (src/pas)
Monday 27/11, 14:15 - 17:15
Session 2Best Practice In Transitioning Existing Space Science Tools To Operational SW Prediction Systems
Giovanni Lapenta (KULeuven); David Jackson (Met Office), Suzy Bingham (Met Office);Stefaan Poedts (KUL), Manolis Georgoulis (Athens), Mauro Messerotti (Trieste)
Monday 27/11, 14:15 - 17:15
Session 3Ground-based Instruments for Advanced Space Weather Projects
Francesca Zuccarello (University of Catania); Francesco Berrilli (University of Roma Tor Vergata); Paola De Michelis (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia); Stuart Jefferies (University of Hawaii).
Monday 27/11, 14:15 - 17:15
Session 4The role of Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections in Space Weather
Luciano Rodriguez (ROB); Sergio Dasso (IAFE/UBA)
Tuesday 28/11, 9:45 - 13:00
Session 5Aviation Meets Space Weather - Roadmap Towards Space Weather Services for Aviation
Marcin Latocha (Seibersdorf Laboratories), Erwin de Donder (BIRA-IASB), Claudia Borries (DLR), Peter Beck (Seibersdorf Laboratories), Norma B. Crosby (BIRA-IASB).
Tuesday 28/11, 9:45 - 13:00
Session 6Space Weather Policy, Key Drivers, and Prime Opportunities
Mike Hapgood (RAL Space); Terry Onsager (NOAA), Edward Oughton (Judge Business School, Cambridge); Hermann Opgenoorth (IRF/MSB), Catherine Burnett (Met Office); Mario M. Bisi (RAL Space); Jean Lilensten (Grenoble)
Tuesday 28/11, 9:45 - 13:00
Session 7Joint session with CubeSat Symposium
Davide Masutti (VKI)
Wednesday 29/11, 9:45 - 13:00
Session 8Space Systems Engineering: Space Climate Modelling and the Effects of Severe Space Weather Events
Eamonn Daly (European Space Agency); Richard Horne (British Antarctic Survey); Daniel Heynderickx (DH Consultancy); Hugh Evans (European Space Agency); Dave Pitchford (SES), Nigel Meredith (British Antarctic Survey); F. Lei (RadMod Research)
Wednesday 29/11, 9:45 - 13:00
Session 9The role of solar radio observations in Space Weather science
Jasmina Magdalenic (ROB), Alexander Nindos (Univ. of Ioannina), Manuela Temmer (Uni-Graz)
Wednesday 29/11, 9:45 - 13:00
Session 10ICME and SEPs throughout the Heliosphere: multi-spacecraft observations and data-driven modeling
Jingnan Guo (Univ of Kiel); Christian Moestl (Space Research Centre Graz); Mateja Dumbovic (Univ of Zagreb); Nina Dresing (Univ of Kiel); Markus Battarbee (Univ of Central Lancashire)
Thursday 30/11, 9:45 - 13:00
Session 11Space Weather effects in the ionosphere and thermosphere: advances in monitoring, modeling and mitigation techniques
Anna Belehaki (NOA); Jean Lilensten (IPAG/CNRS)
Thursday 30/11, 9:45 - 13:00
Session 12Enhanced Space Weather Monitoring System (LAGRANGE MISSIONS & D3S)
Stefan Kraft (ESA - ESOC); Steven W. Clarke (NASA)
Thursday 30/11, 9:45 - 13:00
Session 13System Science: Application to space weather analysis, modelling and forecasting
Richard Boynton (Univ of Sheffield); Homayon Aryan (Goddard Space Flight Center); George Balasis (IAASARS, NOA); Enrico Camporeale (CWI)
Friday 01/12, 9:45 - 13:00
Session 14Multi-viewpoint versus single-viewpoint observations and modelling - Lessons learned from 10 years of STEREO
Barbara Thompson (NASA GSFC); Manuela Temmer (University of Graz); Jackie Davies (RAL Space); Volker Bothmer (University of Göttingen); Alexis Rouillard (IRAP); Stefaan Poedts (KU Leuven)
Friday 01/12, 9:45 - 13:00
Session 15Ground-based Operational and Infrastructure Impacts of Space Weather
Ellen Clarke (BGS), Gemma Richardson (BGS)
Friday 01/12, 9:45 - 13:00