The International Space Weather Initiative Workshop on Space Weather: The Sun, Space Weather and Geosphere

31 October - 4 November 2022, Hybrid format

jointly organized by
the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs and
the Baku State University, Baku, Azerbaijan


Workshop Page
ISWI Website

Online Presentations

Note: The views expressed in the presentations and papers below are those of the authors and do not reflect the policies or views of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs. The presentations and papers are provided solely for informational purposes.

Keynote addresses: Setting the tone
Protecting the planet from space threats , Roald SAGDEEV, United States
The Sun as the primary source of space weather, Nat GOPALSWAMY, United States
Session 1: Space Weather, Instrumentation and Data
First joint STIX and LOFAR observations of a flare event on 06 June 2020, Malte BRÖSE, Germany
Review of the D Region study using the AWESOME VLF receiver in Algeria, Samir NAIT AMOR, Algeria
Microwave observations of the sun with VIRAC RT-32 radio telescope, Dmitrijs BEZRUKOVS, Latvia
Session 2: Space Weather Modelling
Space weather with the virtual space weather modelling centre and recent coronal modelling developments, Michaela BRCHNELOVA, Belgium
Icarus: a new highly optimized heliospheric model for forecasting purposes, Tinatin BARATASHVILI, Belgium
Development of a whole atmosphere model with a non-hydrostatic dynamical core, Soudeh KAMALI, United States
Using B-splines to model Total Electron Content derived from radio occultation measurements by cosmic satellites over African region, Patrick MUNGUFENI, Uganda
Space Weather studies with the NeQuick ionospheric electron density model, Bruno NAVA, Italy
Operational forecasting of ground effects using the Gorgon MHD Model, Mike HEYNS, United Kingdom
Employing advanced coronal mass ejection models in EUHFORIA for space weather forecasting, Anwesha MAHARANA, Belgium
Ionospheric models comparison of single-frequency GPS positioning in Algeria, Lahouaria TABTI, Algeria
Detection, analysis and forecasting of sunspot groups (active regions) using advanced machine learning, Muhammad Ali ISMAIL, Pakistan
Session 3: Space Weather Research
Analysis of geomagnetic disturbances for earthquake precursor detection, Nur Fatin Irdina ZULHAMIDI, Malaysia
Evidence of impact of earthquakes on geomagnetic and ionospheric activity during spotless sun, Tamara GULYAEVA, Russian Federation
Design and assembly of a COTS CubeSat for space weather applications , M. Chantale DAMAS, United States
Temporal and periodic variations of the solar flare index during the last four solar cycles and their association with selected geomagnetic activity parameters, Ali KILCIK, Türkiye
Search and identification of precursors of solar flares based on microwave observations of active regions, Elena POPOVA, Chile, Dmitrijs Bezrukovs, Latvia, Vladislavs Bezrukovs, Latvia, Sergei Piskunov, Latvia, Anatoli I. Popov, Latvia
Heliospheric and atmospheric parameters affecting cosmic rays flux measured at Belgrade muon station, Nikola VESELINOVIĆ, Serbia
Comparison of IRI simulated top-side ionosphere with the in situ satellite observations, Imran GIRACH, India
Plasma irregularities over low-mid latitudes during intense geomagnetic storms of solar cycle 24, Nadia IMTIAZ, Pakistan
A statistical analysis of geomagnetic storms and their effect on Earth atmosphere currents, Raja Adibah RAJA HALIM SHAH, Malaysia
Session 4: Solar Physics
The limits of the solar events amplitudes: the occurrence of strong flares from the point of view of the underlying dynamo mechanism, Elena POPOVA, Chile, Roald Sagdeev, United States of America, Mikhail Malkov, United States of America, Dmitrijs Bezrukovs, Latvia, Vladislavs Bezrukovs, Latvia, Sergei Piskunov, Latvia, Anatoli I. Popov, Latvia
Nonlinear self-deformation of unidirectional surface Alfven waves and aspects of uniturbulence, Rajab ISMAYILLI, Tom Van Doorsselaere, Norbert Magyar, Belgium
On the evolution of dynamical complexities in space environment over four solar cycles, Akeem Babatunde RABIU, Nigeria
Local Anisotropy in Parker's solar dynamo model, Ramin ALLAHVERDIYEV, Azerbaijan, Egor Yushkov, Russian Federation
Analysis of small-scale magnetic field generation in MHD-Shell model, Ilyas ABUSHZADA, Azerbaijan, Egor Yushkov, Russian Federation, Dmitriy Sokoloff, Russian Federation
Study of solar elemental abundances evolution during solar flares using satellite-based soft x-ray measurements, Asif M. MANDAYAPURAM, India
Diagnostics of the pre-flare and pre-eruption magnetic field in the solar corona, Valeri NAKARIAKOV, United Kingdom
Small-scale magnetic helicity in short-correlated plasma turbulence, Egor YUSHKOV, Dmitry Sokoloff, Russian Federation
Kelvin-Helmholtz MHD instabilities of supersonic shear layers with heat flux in anisotropic space plasmas, Namig JALILOV, Rajab Ismayilli, Azerbaijan
Session 5: Magnetosphere - Ionosphere - Thermosphere Coupling
Equatorial and low-latitude ionospheric TEC response to CIR-driven geomagnetic storms at different longitude sectors, Teshome DUGASSA, Ethiopia
Ionospheric plasma fluctuation response to space weather events in September 2017, August 2018, and March 2015 (St Patrick's Day) over the equatorial and low latitude region , Patrick ESSIEN, Ghana
On the response of equatorial thermosphere-Ionosphere system to the annular solar eclipse on 26 December 2019: Preliminary results, Ajesh ASOKAN PILLAI, India
Comparison between the position central angle of coronal mass ejections (CME) and its angular width for high and low solar activity and effects on magnetosphere, Ahmed Ali HAMEED, Iraq
Session 6: Space Weather Effects
Statistical learning TEC predictive model for GNSS ionospheric delay mitigation in self-adaptive environment - aware SDR GNSS position estimation algorithm, Renato FILJAR, Croatia
Total electron content estimation and comparison using multi-GNSS constellations at Pashchimanchal Campus, Saurav GAUTAM, Nepal
Current performance of IGS ionospheric products and future improvements, Andrzej KRANKOWSKI, Poland
Cross wavelet analyses of convection electric field and excess equatorial ionospheric TEC, Rajat ACHARYA, India
The ionospheric response to geomagnetic storms in Asia using the GNSS network, Heba S. MOHAMED, Egypt
Session 7: National/Regional Space Weather Programs
Comparison of the daytime variability of equatorial electrojet and vertical drift velocity inferred from ground-based magnetometers and C/NOFS observations in Africa, Honoré MESSANGA ETOUNDI, Cameroon
Monitoring the Impact of Solar Event along Europe - African West Chain by GIM/CODG maps, Amira SHIMEIS, Egypt
Studying the Ionosphere Using Ionosonde Observations' data: Some Plans of Space Weather Observations in Sudan, Mohammed Yayha ALRADI ELDAW, Sudan
Public Policies and Civil Protection in Space Weather, Jesús Roberto ROMERO RUIZ, Mexico
Session 8: Space Weather Case Studies, Outreach and Education
Geomagnetically induced currents: The case of Kenyan electric power grid, George Erick OMONDI, Kenya
Estimating zonal Ekman transport along coastal Senegal during passage of hurricane Fred, 30-31 August 2015, Abdou Lahat DIENG, Senegal
Investigation of the relationship of electron flux enhancements with interplanetary and geophysical characteristics, Botakoz SEIFULLINA, Kazakhstan
The contribution of CRASTE-LF to capacity building in space science and technology in Africa, Anas EMRAN, Morocco
Low-cost receiver for space weather, Sharafat GADIMOVA, Office for Outer Space Affairs
Study and Monitoring of the Earth Magnetic Field Using Fasat Charle's magnetometer, Herman Tello SEPULVEDA, Chile
The MADRIGAL database, Anthea COSTER, United States
The effects of ionospheric disturbances on GNSS signals during solar cycle 24, Arafa ELDAW, Sudan
Space Science and Technology: Diversity and Sustainability, Rustam RUSTAMOV, Azerbaijan
Geomagnetic disturbances and psychophysiological characteristics in humans, Aysel Allahverdiyeva, Ali Allahverdiyev, Elchin BABAYEV, Azerbaijan
Space Weather in Satellite Operations, Safura MIRZAYEVA, Azerbaijan
High-resolution remote sensing satellite data and space weather forecasting models, Sevda IBRAHIMOVA, Azerbaijan
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