Session CD2 - Ways to improve our space weather forecasting capabilities

Ioannis Daglis, onsite (University of Athens), Stefaan Poedts (KU Leuven), Yuri Shprits (GFZ Potsdam)

In 2019 the European Commission selected three projects for funding under the activity "Horizon-2020 Space: Secure and safe space environment": EUHFORIA 2.0, PAGER and SafeSpace. All three projects focus on ways to improve our space weather forecasting capabilities, covering distinct yet overlapping areas of space weather physics and space weather effects. The session encourages submissions from researchers and advisors working in the framework of these projects, as well as from those working on similar modelling and frameworks.

Poster Viewing
Monday October 24, 09:00 - 14:00, Poster Area

Tuesday October 25, 13:30 - 14:45, Fire Hall
Tuesday October 25, 15:45 - 16:45, Water Hall
Tuesday October 25, 17:00 - 18:00, Water Hall

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Talks : Time schedule

Tuesday October 25, 13:30 - 14:45, Fire Hall
13:30CHRONNOS archive: a comprehensive catalog of solar coronal holes from multi-instrument dataJarolim, R et al.Oral
13:45An inner boundary condition for solar wind models based on coronal densityBunting, K et al.Oral
14:00Modeling of the Earth-directed CME on 2021 October 28 Valentino, A et al.Oral
14:15Real-time modelling and forecasting of solar wind disturbances from cradle to EarthPinto, R et al.Oral
14:30Visualizing Enlil and EUHFORIA CME Propagation Models using an Accessible Interactive 3-Dimensional Data Visualization ToolPankratz, C et al.Oral

Tuesday October 25, 15:45 - 16:45, Water Hall
15:45Utilizing far-side active regions detected by helioseismology as input to magnetograms for 360° synchronic solar wind forecastingHeinemann, S et al.Oral
16:00EUHFORIA simulation using AI generated farside magnetogramValliappan, S et al.Oral
16:15Expected operational solar wind forecast gains from assimilation of in situ L5 observationsTurner, H et al.Oral
16:30Coordinated observations of relativistic and ultra-relativistic electron enhancements following the arrival of consecutive Corotating Interaction Regions Nasi, A et al.Oral

Tuesday October 25, 17:00 - 18:00, Water Hall
17:00On the statistics of the radial diffusion coefficients in the outer radiation beltKatsavrias, C et al.Oral
17:15Nowcasting radial diffusion coefficients from solar wind: The EMERALD model in the framework of the SafeSpace projectAminalragia-giamini, S et al.Oral
17:30Towards a flexible framework for community-wide forecasting tailored for major space environment impacts Kuznetsova, M et al.Oral
17:45The ESA Virtual Space Weather Modelling Centre-Part 3Poedts, S et al.Oral


1Radial diffusion coefficients dependence on ICME and SIR driven disturbancesThanasoula, K et al.Poster
2An assessment of the performance of the EUHFORIA2.0 chain of models, from Sun to Earth, in predicting GIC in power grids across EuropeClarke, E et al.Poster
3Prediction of Adverse effects of Geomagnetic storms and Energetic Radiation (PAGER)Shprits, Y et al.Poster
4Impact of high speed solar wind streams on the dynamic variations of the electron population in the outer Van Allen belt.Triantopoulou, A et al.Poster
5Status and future plans of the UK SWIMMR SPF programme Burnett, C et al.Poster
6A Synthetic Test of Ensemble Forecasting of the Energetic Particle Fluxes at Geosynchronous OrbitLiu, H et al.Poster
7Impact of Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections on the dynamic variations of the electron population in the outer Van Allen beltDimitrakoula, A et al.Poster
8Physics-based machine learning for CMEs forecastingCandiani, V et al.Poster
9An open platform for validating solar wind model solutions at EarthReiss, M et al.Poster
10Space Weather Landscape in SlovakiaMackovjak, S et al.Poster
11An Improved Lifetime Model for the High Energy Electrons in the Near-Earth Space Due to Their Interactions With Chorus WavesWang, D et al.Poster
12SafeSpace: a radiation belt forecasting project for the safety of space assetsDaglis, I et al.Poster