Session - Open session on Recent Advances in Space Weather Science


This session is open to contributions detailing recent advances related to all aspects of space weather scientific research that are not covered in other sessions in the programme of this year's European Space Weather Week. In recognition of the fact that Space Weather is at the moment a buoyant field of research over the full extent of its multidisciplinary content, and not all of these topics can be granted a dedicated plenary session in the programme, we open this session to posters and oral presentations that may not fit the particular thematic focus of this year's ESWW. Contributions accepted for this sessions should demonstrate recent and timely advances in science underpinning space weather services and operations. Oral presentations will be selected from the contributed abstracts (i.e. no a priori invited talks will be included). Abstract proposers should carefully demonstrate the relevance of their work for Space Weather research and operations.

Monday November 23, 14:30 - 15:30, Mercator
Monday November 23, 16:30 - 18:00, Mercator

Poster Viewing
Monday November 23, 15:30 - 16:30, Poster area

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Talks : Time schedule

Monday November 23, 14:30 - 15:30, Mercator
14:30Enhanced Observational Data Cadence and Advances in Discriminant Analysis for Solar Flare PredictionGeorgoulis, M et al.Oral
14:45ULF foreshock under radial IMF: THEMIS observations and global kinetic simulation Vlasiator results comparedPalmroth, M et al.Oral
15:00Particle acceleration in interplanetary shocks: quasilinear and hybrid-Vlasov simulationsVainio, R et al.Oral
15:15Advanced modeling of low energy electrons responsible for surface chargingGanushkina, N et al.Oral

Monday November 23, 16:30 - 18:00, Mercator
16:30Evolution of magnetized CMEs in the inner heliospherePoedts, S et al.Oral
16:45Progress made during the first 18 months of the FP7 HELCATS ProjectHarrison, R et al.Oral
17:00Plasma Flows in the magnetotail affecting the field aligned currentsPalin, L et al.Oral
17:15On the ionospheric response to CIR/HSS driven stormsTsagouri, I et al.Oral
17:30Impact and modelling of the solar eclipse of 20 March 2015 on VLF measurements at different radio linksWenzel, D et al.Oral
17:45Analysis of the delayed time response of geomagnetic activity to the solar windMaggiolo, R et al.Oral


Monday November 23, 15:30 - 16:30, Poster area
1Local geomagnetic indices and their role in space weatherGuerrero, A et al.p-Poster
2Preliminary Results from the Recent NASA Radiation Dosimetry Experiment (RaD-X) High-Altitude Balloon Flight Mission Mertens, C et al.p-Poster
3A new statistical model for plasmaspheric hiss and its effect on electron lossesKersten, T et al.p-Poster
4Monitoring of the high-latitude ionosphere: new ESA Swarm mission Zakharenkova, I et al.p-Poster
5Understanding dawn-dusk asymmetry at the magnetopauseDe keyser, J et al.p-Poster
6Cluster contribution to the dynamics of plasma waves in the radiation belts: implications for radiation belts forecastWalker, S et al.p-Poster
7The thermospheric auroral red line Angle of Linear Polarisation. Lilensten, J et al.p-Poster
8Multi-instrumental studies of ionospheric behavior during geomagnetic storms and solar flares : new aspects of the fundamental phenomena for Space Weather Applications Astafyeva, E et al.p-Poster
9 Differences in Midlatitude Ionospheric Response to Magnetic Disturbances at Northern and Southern Hemispheres Buresova, D et al.p-Poster
10Effect of Solar eclipse of March 20, 2015 on the ionosphereScotto, C et al.p-Poster
11An Assessment of Pc5-like Pulsations Observed During the Carrington StormThomson, A et al.p-Poster
12Data Assimilation Techniques for Ionospheric Reference Scenarios (DAIS)– project overview and achieved resultsGerzen, T et al.p-Poster
13Influence of latitude on the recovery time of intense geomagnetic disturbancesCerrato, Y et al.p-Poster
14An empirical approach for geomagnetic Kp/ap predictions using solar wind parametersLuo, B et al.p-Poster
15Overview of the 2015-03-17 geomagnetic storm and its impact on GNSS positioning in NorwayJacobsen, K et al.p-Poster
16Data-constrained MHD Simulations of CME Initiation and PropagationSavcheva, A et al.p-Poster
17Geomagnetic response at mid-latitude locations to the interplanetary triggers of H-spikes Saiz, E et al.e-Poster
18Energy estimation of the interplanetary plasma during strongest geomagnetic storms of the current solar cycle on 17-19 March 2015Velinov, P et al.e-Poster
19New advantages of the dense GPS networks to study the ionospheric irregularitiesCherniak, I et al.e-Poster
202D multi-fluid modeling of neutral-ion interactions in the solar chromosphereManeva, Y et al.e-Poster