United Nations/Germany Workshop on the
International Space Weather Initiative:
Preparing for the Solar Maximum

10 - 14 June 2024
Neustrelitz, Germany


Organized by
the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA)

Supported by
the German Aerospace Centre (DLR)

Sponsored by
the International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (ICG)

 


Online Presentations

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

Session 1: Solar eruptions - their sources at the Sun and impact on geospace (magnetosphere, ionosphere, atmosphere, ground)
CME Observations - from Sun to impact on Geospace, Manuela TEMMER, Austria
Coronal Mass Ejections observations, flux ropes and space weather, Volker BOTHMER, Germany
Numerical Modeling of Coronal Mass Ejections, Tibor TÖRÖK, United States of America
On the Non-force-free Magnetic Field and Solar Eruptions, Xiaoshuai ZHU, China
Space Weather Impact on Polar Atmospheric Ozone and Climate, Pekka T VERRONEN, Finland
Models of quasi-discontinuous solar wind streams, Lukas WESTRICH, Germany
Ensemble Simulations of Coronal Mass Ejections in Interplanetary Space with Elliptical Cone Models, Johan MUHAMAD, Indonesia
Session 2: Flares and their impact on ionosphere/atmosphere, flare-Coronal Mass Ejections (CME) relationship
Magnetic field parameters determining the association of solar flares and CMEs, Ting LI, China
Flare Production Potential of Sunspot Based on Their Modified Zurich and Magnetic Classification, Ali KILCIK, Türkiye
Session 3: Space Weather Extreme Events
Extreme Space Weather Events, Natalia BUZULUKOVA, United States of America
Effect of geomagnetic storm on ionosphere over Nepal, Drabindra PANDIT, Nepal
Session 4: Tools and methods for space weather education and outreach
Models and tools at the CCMC for research, education and outreach, Maria KUZNETSOVA, United States of America
First results from the first low-cost SDR-based Ionosonde in African equatorial region, Babatunde RABIU, Nigeria
Session 5: Coronal holes and high-speed streams that lead to stream interaction regions
A Benchmark Community data Set for the Evaluation of Solar Coronal Hole Boundaries, Karin MUGLACH, United States of America
Geoeffective interplanetary conditions near Earth due to stream interaction regions, Sergio DASSO, Argentina
Tracking a Near Ecliptic Merged Interaction Region, Claire FOULLON, United Kingdom
Session 6: Solar energetic particles and the associated phenomena such a as coronal/interplanetary radio bursts
Solar energetic particles and coronal interplanetary radio bursts, Natchimuthukonar Gopalswamy, United States of America
Evolution of the magnetic connectivity during solar flares as seen from type III radio bursts, Malte BRÖSE, Germany
An Assessment of Solar Cycle 25 progress through observation of SRBs and associated Geomagnetic Storms, Jean UWAMAHORO, Rwanda
The Correlation Between Fluctuations in the Fluxes of Energetic Protons and Cosmic Rays During Forbush Decrease Events, Mihailo SAVIĆ, Serbia
Session 7: Spacecraft anomaly, impact on GNSS, ionospheric irregularities
Spacecraft Anomaly, Impact on GNSS, Ionospheric Irregularities, Anthea COSTER, United States of America
Characteristics of ionospheric irregularities during geomagnetic storms using long term worldwide GNSS data, SORI Takuya, Japan
Multi Index Analysis of Ionospheric Disturbances Driven by Internal and External Physical Mechanisms During Space Weather Events, Giorgio Arlan da SILVA PICANÇO, Brazil
Response of the equatorial ionosphere electron density during moderate geomagnetic storms over Accra, Ghana using the Low Cost Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Receiver measurements, Solomon Otoo LOMOTEY, Ghana
A Glance on the Monitoring Network for Evil Waveform and Ionospheric Characterization H037-MoNEWIC, David WENZEL, Germany
A study on the low-latitude ionospheric scintillation using datasets from GPS SCINDA receivers and ionosonde instruments in Kenya, Mary DUSABE, Kenya
Climate Governance State of Art: A Snapshot on Current Discussions on Solar Radiation Management, Yvette RAMOS, France
Session 8: Geomagnetic storms and radiation belt variability due to CMEs and SIRs
Geomagnetic storms and radiation belt variability due to CMEs and SIRs, Drew L TURNER, United States of America
Prediction of Adverse effects of Geomagnetic storms and Energetic Radiation - PAGER, Yuri SHPRITS, Germany
Drivers of Intense Geomagnetic field Variations, Chigomezyo NGWIRA, United States of America
Variations in the ionospheric parameters over midlatitude Europe region during September 6 - 10, 2017 geomagnetic storm caused by coronal mass ejections, Kateryna AKSONOVA, Czech Republic

 

 

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