List of posters
The list of the posters per session can be found the session overview. Click on a session for the list of posters.

Printed Posters: where and when?
The printed posters are on during the whole week in the coffee/registration area.

How to hang your p-poster and the size of the poster boards?
The posters can be hang with velcro. The velcro needed to stitch the poster to the boards will be provided by the ESWW organisation. The boards for the paper posters are 75cm wide and 2m high - so portrait, landscape is not possible.
There are no on-site printing facilities.

2h dedicated poster sessions
Two 2h dedicated poster sessions are organised in the coffee area, one on Tuesday and one on Thursday, 15:15 - 17:15, block diagram. Posters of all sessions are presented during an dedicated poster session.

During the dedicated poster session, the author of a poster stands next to his/her poster and addresses session attendants that walk around. Discussion and interaction between authors and attendants is emphasised during the poster session.
Authors are encouraged to present their poster during the dedicated poster session on Tuesday and/or Thursday.

Interactive poster presentations
Authors of a poster are invited to apply for an interactive poster presentation of their poster during the dedicated poster sessions on Tuesday 19/11 and Thursday 21/11. A screen is provided to which you can attach your own computer (cables will be foreseen).
We have 4 30' time slots on Tuesday and Thursday: 15:15-15:45, 15:45-16:15, 16:15-16:45 and 16:45-17:15. We can accommodate 6 presenters for each time slot. You can sign up only once, for 1 time slot. First come, first served.
  • The list of interactive posters will be announced online.
  • Please note we are anticipating these presentations will require interaction and not a "standalone" slide show.
  • If you have an interactive poster, you can choose not to put up a printed poster. If this is the case, email the LOC to tell them that you don't need a poster board.

Registered interactive poster presentations

Note that when you subscribe for an interactive poster presentation, your submission doesn't appear automatically online.
The screen size is 42 inches with a ratio of 16:9 and a resolution of 1920x1080.

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Tuesday, 19th
15:15 - 15:45 Solar flare parameters: evidence for lognormal rather than power law distributions
Cis Verbeeck
The NMDB database as a support for the monitoring of radiation exposure aboard aircraft
Karl-Ludwig Klein
ESA SSA Space Radiation Expert Service Centre: Spacecraft Operation Domain
Lenka Zychova
Radio Observations of the Sun and the Solar Corona with LOFAR
Pietro Zucca
15:45 - 16:15 First steps for the i-SWAT initiative
Manuela Temmer
Substorm triggering by magnetosheath jets during northward and radial IMF
Katariina Nykyri
Space weather monitoring of the in-situ environment from the Sun-Earth Lagrange points
Jonathan Rae
Langmuir probes in the CSES electric field instruments
Mirko Piersanti
16:15 - 16:45 Bayesian analysis of flaring probabilities using the effective connected magnetic field strength
Evangelos Paouris
The University of Colorado's Space Weather Technology, Research, and Education Center Space Weather Portal - a Tool for Lowering the Barrier to Data Access
Thomas Baltzer
THE SAMM Telescope – A robotic prototype for a world wide network
Roberto Speziali
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16:45 - 17:15 Geomagnetically induced currents and electrical grid failures in Poland during solar cycle 24
Agnieszka Gil
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Thursday, 21st
15:15 - 15:45 Ionospheric now-casting for GNSS Space Weather products for Africa
Tshimangadzo Merline Matamba
Estimation of foF2 from GPS TEC measurements over South Africa during geomagnetic storms
Mpho Tshisaphungo
Spatio-temporal scale features of field-aligned currents in polar ionosphere
Giuseppe Consolini
A Study of Ionospheric Turbulence in the Polar Regions by Swarm constellation
Paola De Michelis
15:45 - 16:15 Preliminary investigation of the possibility of GIC development in Greece
Adamantia Zoe Boutsi
ESA Next Generation Radiation Monitor on-board ERDS-C GEO: Report and preliminary analysis of the first measurements
Ingmar Sandberg
Substorm triggering by magnetosheath jets during northward and radial IMF
Katariina Nykyri
St. Patrick’s Day Storm: an analysis of the geomagnetic field fluctuations
Santarelli Lucia
16:15 - 16:45 Detecting magnetospheric and ionospheric current systems patterns from Swarm observations
Tommaso Alberti
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