Solar-Terrestrial Centre of Excellence

Tomography & 3D reconstruction in space science

Monday April 7, 2014 - Meridian Room@ROB, 10h30-15h30

A 1-day workshop organised by the Solar-Terrestrial Center of Excellence at the premises of the Space Pole (Brussels) open to all interested.

In the frame of the STCE-2014 annual meeting we organize the workshop on tomography and 3D reconstruction in space science. The workshop aims to provide a forum for discussion and explore the possibility for collaboration within the Space Pole and with outside partners.


10:30Welcome & coffee
10:45Common Themes in Multi-Dimensional Sensing of the Sun-Earth System
by Farzad Kamalabadi (U. Illinois, US)
11:303D Propagation of Coronal Mass Ejections
by Marilena Mierla (STCE)
12:00Coupling Tomography & DEM: 3D reconstruction of the thermal structure of the corona from AIA / SDO data
by Frédéric Auchère (Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale, FR)
12:30Sandwich Lunch
13:30Tomography at all Scales
by Tom Roelandts , Jan Sijbers, (U. Antwerp, BE)
14:15Estimating energy spectra of electron precipitation above auroral arcs from optical ground-based observations with the Auroral Large Imaging System (ALIS).
by Hervé Lamy
14:40Mapping the 3D position of solar coronal shock waves using radio triangulation
by Jasmina Magdalenic (STCE)
15:00Open Discussion
15:30The End

Registration & Logistics

Free sandwich lunch & coffee is foreseen for people listed in this google document. If you are not listed but would like to participate, please contact v.delouille at

Venue: Meridian Room - Royal Observatory of Belgium, Ringlaan - 3 - Avenue Circulaire, B1180 Brussels see on a map

This meeting is supported by the Solar-Terrestrial Centre of Excellence (STCE)