Poster Program

Note: The poster reference will be the one matching a poster board number. Details on poster viewing, author attendance and preparation guidelines can be found here.

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Ref., Presenting Author, Poster Title
Session 1. Solar drivers and activity levels[attr colspan=”3″]
P1-01,Mahender Aroori,Quiet sun radiation during solar cycle 23 and 24
P1-02,Allan Sacha Brun,The Solar Dynamo and its Many Variabilities
P1-03,Jack Carlyle,Weighing Silhouettes: The Mass of Solar Filaments
P1-04,Nai-Hwa Chen,Temperature of source regions of 3He-rich impulsive solar energetic particles events
P1-05,Bernhard Fleck,First Results from the 2016-2017 MOTH-II South Pole Campaign
P1-06,Tadhg Garton,Multi-Thermal Segmentation And Identification of Coronal Holes
P1-07,Gareth Hawkes,Magnetic Helicity Flux As A Predictor Of The Solar Cycle
P1-08,Andrew Hillier,Observations of MHD Turbulence in Solar Prominences
P1-09,Petra Kohutova,Simulating The Dynamics Of Coronal Plasma Condensations
P1-10,Konstantina Loumou,Solar flare association with the Hale Sector Boundary
P1-11,Helen Mason,Spectroscopic Diagnostics of small flares and jets
P1-12,Daniel Miller,Alignment as an indicator of changes to modal structure within the Roberts flow
P1-13,Karin Muglach,Photospheric Magnetic Field Evolution And Flow Field Of Coronal Hole Jets
P1-14,Irina Myagkova,Hard X-Ray Emission of Solar Flares Measured by Lomonosov Space Mission
P1-15,Aleksandra Osipova,The Waldmeier Effect For Two Populations Of Sunspots
P1-16,Vemareddy Panditi,Research on solar drivers of space-weather: sun-earth connection of Magnetic Flux Ropes
P1-17,Nandita Srivastava,On the Dynamics of the Largest Active Region of the Solar Cycle 24
P1-18,Jianfei Tang,Propagation and Absorption of Electron Cyclotron Maser Emission Driven by Power-law Electrons
P1-19,Erwin Verwichte,Excitation and evolution of transverse loop oscillations by coronal rain
P1-20,Nicole Vilmer,Reliability of Photospheric Eruptive Proxies Using Parametric Flux Emergence Simulations
P1-21,Maria Weber,Simulations of Magnetic Flux Emergence in Cool Stars
P1-22,Matthew West,Further Exploration Of Post-Flare Giant Arches
P1-23,Yan Yan,Comparative study on the statistical characteristics between solar-type star flares and solar flares
Session 2. Solar wind and heliosphere[attr colspan=”3″]
P2-01,Tanja Amerstorfer,Arrival Prediction of a Coronal Mass Ejection as observed from Heliospheric Imagers at L1
P2-02,Luke Barnard,Testing The Current Paradigm Of Space Weather Prediction With The Heliospheric Imagers
P2-03,Mario Bisi,The Worldwide Interplanetary Scintillation (IPS) Stations (WIPSS) Network October 2016 Campaign: LOFAR IPS Data Analyses
P2-04,Sergio Dasso,Superposed Epoch Study of Magnetic Clouds And Their Driven Shocks/Sheaths Near Earth
P2-05,Andrzej Fludra,Testing Models Of The Fast Solar Wind Using Spectroscopic And Heliospheric In Situ Observations
P2-06,Pavel Gritsyk,Electron acceleration in collapsing magnetic traps during the solar flare on July 19- 2012: observations and models
P2-07,Karine Issautier,Measuring the Solar Wind Electron Temperature Anisotropy using the Quasi-thermal Noise Spectroscopy method on WIND
P2-08,Daniel Johnson,Heliospheric Magnetic Field And Solar Wind Behaviour During Solar Cycle 23-24
P2-09,Olga Khabarova,Conic Current Sheets As Sources Of Energetic Particles In The High-Latitude Heliosphere In Solar Minima
P2-10,Olga Malandraki,Compositional Analysis Within The ‘HESPERIA’ HORIZON 2020 Project to Diagnose Large Solar Energetic Particle Events During Solar Cycle 23
P2-11,Pradiphat Muangha,Ground Level Enhancements in Solar Energetic Particles Observed by IceTop during 2011 to 2016
P2-12,Milton Munroe,A Behavioural Model Of The Solar Magnetic Cycle
P2-13,Nariaki Nitta,Earth-Affecting Coronal Mass Ejections Without Obvious Low Coronal Signatures
P2-14,Barbara Perri,Quasi-Static And Dynamical Simulations Of The Solar Wind Over An 11-Year Cycle
P2-15,Alexei Struminsky,Cosmic Rays near Proxima Centauri b
P2-16,Aline Vidotto,The Solar Wind Through Time
P2-17,David Webb,Understanding Problem Forecasts of ISEST Campaign Flare-CME Events
Session 3. Impact of solar wind  structures and radiation on magnetospheres[attr colspan=”3″]
P3-01,Franklin Aldás,Analysis Of Variations Of Earth´S Magnetic Field Produced By Equatorial Electro-Jets In Sudamerica
P3-02,Thamer Alrefay,Testing the Earth’S Bow Shock Models
P3-03,Sergio Dasso,Statistical Analysis of Extreme Electron Fluxes in the Radiation Belts: Observations from ICARE-NG/CARMEN-1- SAC-D
P3-04,Yongqiang Hao,Detection Of Plasmaspheric Compression By Interplanetary Shock Using GPS TEC Technique
P3-05,Rungployphan Kieokaew,Magnetic Curvature and Vorticity Four-Spacecraft Analyses on Kelvin-Helmholtz Waves: a MHD Simulation Study
P3-06,Galina Kotova,Physics-based modeling of the density distribution in the whole plasmasphere using measurements along a single pass of an orbiter
P3-07,Stefania Lepidi,Ground And Space Observations To Determine The Location Of Locally Vertical Geomagnetic Field
P3-08,Stefania Lepidi,Determining The Polar Cusp Longitudinal Location From Pc5 Geomagnetic Field Measurements At A Pair Of High Latitude Stations
P3-09,Nigel Meredith,Extreme Relativistic Electron Fluxes in the Earth’s Outer Radiation Belt: Analysis of INTEGRAL IREM Data
P3-10,Gabrielle Provan,Planetary Period Oscillations In Saturn’s Magnetosphere: Examining The Relationship Between Changes In Behavior And The Solar Wind.
P3-11,Pat Reiff,MHD Modeling of MMS Reconnection Sites
P3-12,Davide Rozza,GeoMagSphere Model Applied During Solar Events: A Study Of Cosmic Rays Detector From The International Space Station
Session 4. Impact of solar wind structures and radiation on ionospheres atmospheres [attr colspan=”3″]
P4-01,Roshni Atulkar,Magnetic storm effects on the variation of TEC over low- mid and high latitude station
P4-02,Binod Bhattarai,Effect Of Geomagnetic Super Substorm At Low Latitude Stations
P4-03,Aziza Bounhir,Climatology of thermospheric neutral temperatures over Oukaïmeden Observatory in Morocco
P4-04,Rimpei Chiba,Sputtering Of Wollastonite By Solar Wind Ions
P4-05,Yongqiang Hao,Changes Of Solar Extreme Ultraviolet Irradiance In Solar Cycle 23 and 24
P4-06,Nadia Imtiaz,Particle-in-cell Modeling of CubeSat and Ionospheric Plasma Interaction
P4-07,Jung Hee Kim,Possible Influence Of The Solar Eclipse On The Global Geomagnetic Field
P4-08,Mai Mai Lam,The temperature signature of an IMF-driven change to the global atmospheric electric circuit (GEC) in the Antarctic troposphere
P4-09,Ayomide Olabode,An Investigation of Total Electron Content at Low and Mid Latitude Stations
P4-10,Ayomide Olabode,Geomagnetic Storm Main Phase Effect on the Equatorial Ionosphere over Ile-Ife as measured from GPS Observations
P4-11,Ayomide Olabode,Solar Activity effect on Ionospheric Total Electron Content (TEC) during Different Geomagnetic Activity in Low-Latitudes
P4-12,Pramod Kumar Purohit,Solar cycle variation and its impact on Critical Frequency of F2 layer
P4-13,Alexander Rakhlin,About Factors Of Solar Radiation Influenced On The Ionosphere
P4-14,Olga Sheiner,Effect Of Solar Coronal Mass Ejections On The Ionosphere
P4-15,Dadaso Shetti,Equatorial Plasma Bubbles observations during quit and disturb period over low Latitude region
P4-16,Manuela Temmer,Statistical analysis on how CME and SIR/CIR events effect the geomagnetic activity and the Earth’s thermosphere
P4-17,Donghe Zhang,The Variability Of The Solar EUV Irradiance And Its Possible Contribution To The Ionospheric Variability During Solar Flare
Session 5. Long-term trends and predictions for space weather [attr colspan=”3″]
P5-01,Melinda Dósa,Long-term longitudinal recurrences of the open magnetic flux density in the heliosphere
P5-02,Heather Elliott,Kp – Solar Wind Speed Relationship: Implications for Long-Term Forecasts
P5-03,Elijah Falayi,Study of geomagnetic induced current at high latitude during the storm- time variation
P5-04,Frederick Gent,Interpreting a millennium solar – like dynamo with the test – field method
P5-05,Romaric Gravet,Observed UV contrast of magnetic features and implications for solar irradiance modelling
P5-06,Norbert Gyenge,On Active Longitudes and their Relation to Loci of Coronal Mass Ejections
P5-07,Ching Pui Hung,Reconstructing the Solar Meridional Circulation from 1976 up to Now
P5-08,Mike Lockwood,Effects of Solar Variability on Global and Regional Climates
P5-09,Sushant Mahajan,Using Torsional Oscillations to Forecast Solar Activity
P5-10,Victor U. J. Nwankwo,Analysis of Long-term Trend of Space Weather-Induced Enhancement of Atmospheric Drag on LEO Satellites
P5-11,Vaibhav Pant,Kinematics of fast and slow CMEs in solar cycle 23 and 24
P5-12,Chris Russell,Long-term Observations of Solar Wind Using STEREO Data
P5-13,Mikhail Vokhmyanin,Sunspots areas and heliographic positions on the drawings made by Galileo Galilei in 1612
P5-14,Mikhail Vokhmyanin,Regularities of the IMF sector structure in the last 170 years
P5-15,Valentina Zharkova,Reinforcement of the double dynamo model of solar magnetic activity on a millennium timescale
Session 7. Forecasting models [attr colspan=”3″]
P7-01,Jordan Guerra Aguilera,Modeling Ensemble Forecasts of Solar Flares
P7-02,Roxane Barnabé,Prediction Of Solar Flares Using Data Assimilation In A Sandpile Model
P7-03,Zouhair Benkhaldoun,The Space Weather through a multidisciplinary scientific approach.
P7-04,Mitsue Den,Physics-Based Modeling Activity From The Solar Surface To Atmosphere Including Magnetosphere And Ionosphere At NICT
P7-05,Mark Dierckxsens,Assessing Space Weather Applications and Understanding: SEP Working Team and SEP Scoreboard
P7-06,Mark Dierckxsens,The SEP Forecast Tool Within The COMESEP Alert System
P7-07,Sean Elvidge,International Community-Wide Ionosphere Model Validation Study: foF2/hmF2/TEC prediction
P7-08,Sarah Glauert,Validating the BAS Radiation Belt Model Forecasts of the Electron Flux at Medium Earth Orbit
P7-09,Daniel Griffin,Numerical Effects Of Vertical Wave Propagation In Atmospheric Models
P7-10,Richard Horne,Forecasting Risk Indicators for Satellites By Integrating The BAS Radiation Belt Model and Radiation Effects Models
P7-11,Xin Huang,A deep learning based solar flare forecasting model
P7-12,Irina Knyazeva,Comparison Of Predictive Efficiency of LOS Magnetograms Topological Descriptors and SHARP Parameters in the Solar Flares Forecasting Task
P7-13,Marianna Korsos,On the evolution of pre-flare patterns in 3-dimensional real and simulated Active Regions
P7-14,Timo Laitinen,Forecasting Solar Energetic Particle Fluence with Multi-Spacecraft Observations
P7-15,KD Leka,Predicting the Where and the How Big of Solar Flares
P7-16,Olga Malandraki,The real-time SEP prediction tools within the framework of the ‘HESPERIA’ HORIZON 2020 project
P7-17,Olga Malandraki,Prediction of GLE events
P7-18,Aoife Mccloskey,Flare Forecasting and Sunspot Group Evolution
P7-19,Gianluca Napoletano,A Probabilistic Approach To ICME Propagation
P7-20,Ljubomir Nikolic,PFSS-based Solar Wind Forecast and the Radius of the Source-Surface
P7-21,Naoto Nishizuka,Solar Flare Prediction with Vector Magnetogram and Chromospheric Brightening using Machine-learning
P7-22,Tomoya Ogawa,AMR-MHD Simulation of CME Propagation in Solar Wind generated on Split Dodecahedron Grid
P7-23,Rui Pinto,SWiFT-FORECAST: A physics-based realtime solar wind forecast pipeline
P7-24,Camilla Scolini,Study of the September 4- 2010 Coronal Mass Ejection: Comparison of the EUHFORIA and ENLIL Predictive Capabilities
P7-25,Olga Sheiner,Ground-based Observations of Powerful Solar Flares Precursors
P7-26,Olga Sheiner,Solar Radio Emission As A Prediction Technique For Coronal Mass Ejections’ Registration
P7-27,Bill Swalwell,Solar Energetic Particle Event Forecasting Algorithms And Associated False Alarms
P7-28,Baolin Tan,Very Long-period Pulsations as a precursor of Solar Flares
P7-29,Yurdanur Tulunay,METU Data Driven Forecast Models: From the Window of Space Weather IAU Symposium 335
P7-30,Christine Verbeke,Assessing Space Weather Applications and Understanding: CME Arrival Time and Impact
Session 8. Space weather monitoring instrumentation data and services[attr colspan=”3″]
P8-01,Ciaran Beggan,SWIGS: a new research consortium to study Space Weather Impacts on Ground-based Systems
P8-02,Francesco Berrilli,SWERTO: a regional Space Weather service
P8-03,Francesco Berrilli,The Ionosphere Prediction Service
P8-04,Norma B. Crosby,ESA SSA Space Radiation Expert Service Centre: Human Space Flight
P8-05,Erwin De Donder,End User Requirements For Space Weather Services.
P8-06,Victor De La Luz,The Early Warning Mexican Space Weather System
P8-07,Richard Harrison,European-led Visible-light Coronal And Heliospheric Imaging Endeavours For An Operational Space Weather Mission
P8-08,Neil Hurlburt,Corona and the solar magnetic field observations for space weather forecasting
P8-09,Karine Issautier,CIRCUS CubSa
P8-10,David Jackson,The Met Office Space Weather Operations Centre (MOSWOC)
P8-11,Sophie Murray,Verification of Flare Forecasts at the Met Office Space Weather Operations Centre
P8-12,Danislav Sapundjiev,Advanced observatory for space-weather research and forecast at the Geophysical Center in Dourbes – Belgium
P8-13,Mike Thompson,COSMO: the Coronal Solar Magnetism Observatory
P8-14,Andrei Tlatov,Modeling and forecast of parameters of space weather based on ground observations of solar activity
P8-15,Vincenzo Vitale,The High-Energy Particle Detector on board of the CSES mission
P8-16,Yihua Yan,On Mingantu Spectral Radioheliograph for Space Weather Observations