Sessions



Each year, during the European Space Weather Week (ESWW) conference, people from all over the world gather to discuss the newest insights and state-of-the-art in space weather; endeavoring to address the challenges and impacts that space weather poses. Science, data exploitation, observations, service development, operational models, engineering, industrial challenges, etc, are all relevant and some of the most important aspects of space weather. The overarching theme for ESWW2022 is ‘The importance of comprehensive space weather monitoring’, with a number of session topics reflecting this theme.

One of the strengths of the conference is that the participants can contribute largely to its content for which you and your colleagues could submit a proposal for sessions in one of the three formats:

List of sessions

Click on a session title for the abstract
Session P1PlenaryGround-Based Space Weather Monitoring Networks
Pietro Zucca (ASTRON - Nederlands institute for radio astronomy), Eoin Carley (Dias - Dublin Institute for advanced studies), Monica Laurenza (INAF- Istituto di Astrofisica e Planetologia Spaziali Area di Ricerca Roma Tor Vergata)
Session P2PlenaryExploring Multi-Spacecraft Space Weather Monitoring
Colin Forsyth (UCL Mullard Space Science Laboratory), Malcolm Dunlop (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory), Melanie Heil (ESA)
Session P3PlenaryMulti-techniques to monitor the Sun and solar wind for space weather
Stephan G. Heinemann (Max-Planck-Institut für Sonnensystemforschung, Göttingen, Germany), Eleanna Asvestari (University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland), Camilla Scolini (Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space, University of New Hampshire, US)
Session P4PlenarySpace Weather Effects on ground-level systems: Industrial and Other End users
Ciaran Beggan (British Geological Survey), Juliane Huebert (British Geological Survey), Aziza Bounhir (University of Marrakech)
Session SWR1Space Weather ResearchSolar Sources of Space Weather
Judith de Patoul (Royal Observatory of Belgium, Belgium), Hebe Cremades (Uni. Mendoza and CONICET, Argentina), Barbara Perri (KU Leuven, Belgium)
Session SWR2Space Weather ResearchInterplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections and Solar Energetic Particles
Camilla Scolini (University of New Hampshire, USA), Luciano Rodriguez (Royal Observatory of Belgium, Belgium), Sergio Dasso (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Session SWR3Space Weather ResearchRadiation Belts Forecast Applications for End-Users: from current achievements and needs to future requirements
Vincent Maget (ONERA, France), Ingmar Sandberg (SPARC, Greece), Alexi Glover (ESA/ESOC, Germany)
Session SWR4Space Weather ResearchMagnetosphere, Ionosphere and Thermosphere Coupling
Lucilla Alfonsi (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Italy), Yaqi Jin (University of Oslo, Norway), Eelco Doornbos (Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI), The Netherlands)
Session SWR5Space Weather ResearchGeomagnetic Activity on Earth's Surface and Effects on Ground-Based Technological Systems
Audrey Schillings (Department of Physics, Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden), Liisa Juusola (Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, Finland), Chigomezyo Ngwira (Orion Space Solutions, Louisville, USA)
Session CD1Community-DrivenArtificial intelligence in the service of space weather
Elena Popova (Centro de Investigación de Astronomía, Universidad Bernardo O’Higgins, Chile), Robertus Erdelyi (University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK), Marianna Korsos (Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, UK), Giovanni Lapenta (KU Leuven, Belgium)
Session CD2Community-DrivenWays to improve our space weather forecasting capabilities
Ioannis Daglis (University of Athens), Stefaan Poedts (KU Leuven), Yuri Shprits (GFZ Potsdam)
Session CD3Community-DrivenLessons from Space Climate: Extreme solar events
Ilya Usoskin (University of Oulu, Finland), Silvia Dalla (University of Central Lancashire, UK), Florian Mekhaldi (University of Lund, Sweden)
Session CD4Community-DrivenRecent advances in VLF observations of the ionosphere during space weather events
Carine Briand (LESIA, Observatoire de Paris-PSL), Mark Clilverd (British Antarctic Survey), Peter Gallagher (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies)
Session CD5Community-DrivenThe Ensemble Method in Space Weather Forecasting: bridging the gap between expectation and reality
Siegfried Gonzi (UK Met Office), Vic Pizzo (SWPC Boulder, USA), Eric Adamson (SWPC Boulder, USA)
Session CD6Community-DrivenNear Earth Space Radiation and Plasma Environment: Science and Space Weather Applications
Yihua Zheng (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA), Ian Mann (University of Alberta, Canada), Natalia Yu Ganushkina (Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland/University OF Michigan, USA)
Session CD7Community-DrivenSpace Weather Effects on Aviation
Alex Hands (University of Surrey, UK), Erwin De Donder (Royal Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy, Belgium), Marcin Latocha (Seibersdorf Labor GmbH, Germany)
Session CD8Community-DrivenMeasuring and modelling geoelectric fields for GIC studies
Juliane Huebert (British Geological Survey, UK), Joana Alves Ribeiro (University of Coimbra, Portugal), Ciaran Beggan (British Geological Survey, UK)