Session 3 - Advancements and opportunities towards national and global resilience for space weather events: research, forecasting, and mitigation

Seth Jonas, Christopher Cannizzaro
Monday 5/11, 13:30-15:00
MTC 01.03

With increasing global awareness of space weather as a hazard, governments and the private sector have been taking actions to increase resilience: from assessing risks to mitigating consequence. Differences among infrastructure systems, interdependences, and priorities, among other things, have resulted in different approaches to address the issue. These difference present an opportunity to advance global resilience through identifying best practices, and building upon and tailoring existing approaches towards resilience. They also present the opportunity to develop collaborations to enhance resilience through joint or complementary endeavors (e.g., programs, platforms, missions, etc.). This session will provide the opportunity for presenters to showcase advances in research, observations, or analyses that can inform and enhance actions to improve resilience to the effects of space weather events. It also presents the chance for presenters to identify opportunities for additional research and collaboration to enhance resilience to the effects of space weather events.

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Talks : Time schedule

Monday November 5, 13:30 - 15:00, MTC 01.03
13:30ESA SSA activities to support resilience for space weatherLuntama, J et al.Invited Oral
13:40PROGRESS: An overview of the data products availableBalikhin, M et al.Oral
13:50Improving the Resilience of Australia's Critical Infrastructure to Space WeatherArsov, K et al.Invited Oral
13:55Embrace Initiatives to Foster Space Weather Forecast CentersCosta, J et al.Invited Oral
14:00International Collaboration Within the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space: Framework for International Space Weather Services (2018–2030)Mann, I et al.Invited Oral
14:05Preparedness for Space Weather disasters -- in case of Japan --Ishii, M et al.Invited Oral
14:10Advancements in UK PreparednessGibbs, M et al.Invited Oral
14:15 U.S. National Space Weather PolicyClarke, S et al.Invited Oral
14:20Panel discussionJonas, S et al.Invited Oral


1Space Weather Products and Services of Bucharest Solar StationOctavian, B et al.p-Poster
2Characters of Solar Cycle 24 and Prediction of Solar Cycle 25Juan, M et al.p-Poster
3Ionospheric modelling to boost the PPP-RTK positioning and navigation in AustraliaArsov, K et al.p-Poster
4Benchmarks for Space Weather EventsCaldwell, B et al.p-Poster
5Solar Particle Radiation Storm Forecasting and Analysis: the real-time SEP prediction tools within the framework of the 'HESPERIA' HORIZON 2020 projectMalandraki, O et al.p-Poster
6Space weather disruptions to satellite navigation and telecommunications in the case of interdependent servicesForte, B et al.p-Poster
7En route to a global space weather forum: establishing the coordinated research initiative targeting improvements of global resilience to space weather events.Kuznetsova, M et al.p-Poster
8The Worldwide Interplanetary Scintillation (IPS) Stations (WIPSS) Network: Recent Campaign Results Including LOFAR and Steps Towards LOFAR For Space Weather (LOFAR4SW)Bisi, M et al.p-Poster
9NSF Support of National and Global Resilience Through Fundamental ResearchBlack, C et al.p-Poster