Session 10 - ICME 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

KEYWORDS - ICMEs, SEPs, multi-point observations, data-driven modeling

Simultaneous measurement of ICMEs and SEPs at multiple locations (e.g., the Earth, STEREOs, Moon, Mercury, Mars, Rosetta, Voyager, and so on) has ushered in an era where it is possible to study space weather events as they propagate and evolve through the heliosphere. Their propagation properties, spatial and temporal evolution and their arrival times at different locations can be derived from these multi-point measurements. Such studies can benefit from various data-based MHD models and transport tools, and in turn increase their value through validation. This session aims to bring together the observation and modelling communities and focus on employing multi-point measurements to study interplanetary solar events and their evolution in the heliosphere.

Poster Viewing
From Thursday morning to Friday noon

Thursday November 30, 09:45 - 11:00, Mercator
Thursday November 30, 11:45 - 13:00, Mercator

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Talks : Time schedule

Thursday November 30, 09:45 - 11:00, Mercator
09:45Statistical methods for the optimal planning of multi spacecraft missions to monitor space weather.Lapenta, G et al.Invited Oral
10:09Statistical Properties of the 20 Largest SEP EventsZheng, Y et al.Oral
10:26Long-lasting solar energetic electron injection during the 26 Dec 2013 widespread SEP eventHeber, B et al.Oral
10:43Why is solar cycle 24 an inefficient producer of high-energy particle events?Vainio, R et al.Oral

Thursday November 30, 11:45 - 13:00, Mercator
11:45Creating an index for Solar Energetic Particle (SEP) events using multivariate analysisPapaioannou, A et al.Oral
12:02Interplanetary coronal mass ejection observed at STEREO-A, Mars, comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, Saturn, and New Horizons en-route to Pluto. Comparison of its Forbush decreases at 1.4, 3.1 and 9.9 AUMays, M et al.Invited Oral
12:26Forbush Decreases and Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections at Earth and MarsLester, M et al.Oral
12:43CME dynamics using STEREO and LASCO observations: relative importance of Lorentz forces and solar wind dragSachdeva, N et al.Oral


1Solar energetic electron events during solar cycles 23 and 24 Samwel, S et al.p-Poster
2Multi-spacecraft observations and transport simulations of solar energetic particles for the May 17th 2012 ground level eventBattarbee, M et al.p-Poster
3Cosmic ray modulation by ICME-driven shocksVrsnak, B et al.p-Poster
4Using Forbush decreases to derive the transit time of ICMEs propagating from 1 AU to MarsFreiherr von forstner, J et al.p-Poster
5The analytical diffusion-expansion model for Forbush decreases caused by flux ropesDumbovic, M et al.p-Poster
6Unusual cosmic ray intensity variations during the last solar cyclesLingri, D et al.p-Poster
7Precursor signals on Forbush decreases of cosmic ray intensity without shockLingri, D et al.p-Poster
8Tracking the evolution of solar storms in interplanetary space through the identification of Forbush decreases at Earth and at MarsPapaioannou, A et al.p-Poster
9Modeling observations of solar coronal mass ejections with heliospheric imagers verified with the Heliophysics System ObservatoryMoestl, C et al.p-Poster
10Modelling Solar Energetic Particle Propagation in 3D Heliospheric Solar Wind Conditions Wijsen, N et al.p-Poster