Session - Open session on Space Weather Applications and Engineering Concerns

A. Glover and the ESWW12 PC

This session targets the wide range of application development currently ongoing in Europe and abroad. This includes a broad range of application types including algorithms and applications designed to nowcast and forecast space weather conditions in space or on ground, analysis toolkits and supporting data(base) infrastructure developments.

The session is open to well established applications which are already operating as (prototype/precursor) services, newly developed applications and proof of concept demonstrations. Submissions covering tailored applications are particularly encouraged which include a discussion of how the author has worked with a potential/existing service user in order to address specific engineering concerns. In all cases, authors are strongly encouraged to address validation, describe the approach used to assess (anticipated) application performance and to outline their vision and/or experience of how users might take action in response to the output of their application.

Friday November 27, 11:00 - 13:00, Permeke

Poster Viewing
Friday November 27, 10:00 - 11:00, Poster area

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Talks : Time schedule

Friday November 27, 11:00 - 13:00, Permeke
11:00Modeling the Radiation Belt Electron Environment: Fusion of Physics and System Science ApproachesWalker, S et al.Oral
11:20Introducing SPENVIS Next GenerationMessios, N et al.Oral
11:40Space Weather HelioviewerNicula, B et al.Oral
12:00The Spanish Space Weather Service (SeNMEs)Cid, C et al.Oral
12:20Space Monitoring Data Centre of MSU and Operational Control of Radiation Conditions at Low Earth’s OrbitsKalegaev, V et al.Oral
12:40Sun L-band brightness temperature measurements from Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS) mission. Preliminary results for a potential usage of SMOS data for space weather applications. Crapolicchio, R et al.Oral


Friday November 27, 10:00 - 11:00, Poster area
1Revisiting the Influence of the Mid-Latitude Electron Density Trough as the ionospheric projection of the Plasmapause at about 550 Km altitude on High Frequency communicationTulunay, Y et al.e-Poster
2New tool forecasting sporadic E layer appearance on the basis on magnetic eta indexDziak-jankowska, B et al.e-Poster
3SAFE ESA-funded Project: space weather fundamental for pre-earthquake signals confutation De santis, A et al.p-Poster
4Systems based forecasts of electron fluxes in the radiation beltsWalker, S et al.p-Poster