Space Climate 7:
Participants List

Space Climate Symposium on July 8-11 , 2019

Space Climate 7 Meeting Participants List

There are 76 participants registered to date:



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Timo ASIKAINEN University of Oulu New homogeneous composite of energetic electron fluxes from POES satellites  
    Effect of energetic particle precipitation on atmospheric dynamics and climate variations (SC7_Asikainen_Timo.pdf)
Cassandra BOLDUC Environment and Climate Change Canada    
Aude CHAMBODUT EOST (CNRS/University of Strasbourg)    
Alexandre CHAMPAGNE-RUEL Université de Montréal Self-organized criticality : a prelude to avalanche models of solar flares  
Paul CHARBONNEAU Université de Montréal Modelling Grand Minima/Maxima with a hybrid Babcock-Leighton solar dynamo model  
Theodosios CHATZISTERGOS INAF OAR Composite of plage areas over the entire 20th century (SC7_Chatzistergos_Theodosios.pdf)
Tao CHEN National Space Science Center, CAS Ballooning experiment plan for solar influence on atmosphere and climate  
Frédéric CLETTE Observatoire Royal de Belgique Reconstructing the full sunspot number database  
Serena CRISCUOLI NSO Radiative Transfer for Irradiance Reconstructions: comparison of codes and methodologies  
    Historical Reconstruction of Solar UV indices  
Juan JOSÉ CURTO Observatori de l'Ebre Service of Geomagnetic Indices in European Plate Observing System Research Infrastructure (EPOS).  
Ioannis A. DAGLIS National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Predictability of the variable Solar-Terrestrial Coupling (PRESTO) (SC7_Daglis_Ioannis_A.pdf)
Luc DAMÉ LATMOS/IPSL/CNRS/UVSQ New solar spectrum SOLAR-ISS2 from 400 nm up to 5000 nm at very high resolution (better than 0.01 nm)  
    Solar Spectral Irradiance Variability in the Ultraviolet during Cycle 24 with SOLAR/SOLSPEC 9 Years of Data from the ISS  
Mausumi DIKPATI NCAR, High Altitude Observatory Advances in model-based predictions of decadal and "seasonal" solar activity (SC7_Dikpati_Mausumi.pdf)
Thierry DUDOK DE WIT University of Orléans New reconstruction of the solar UV flux since 1950 from observations (SC7_DudokdeWit_Thierry.pdf)
    New reconstruction of the group sunspot number without explicit need for intercalibration or use of backbones  
Reza GHODDOUSI-FARD Natural Resources Canada From solar maximum to solar minimum: higher order ionospheric effects on GNSS  
Agnieszka GIL-SWIDERSKA Siedlce University Electrical grids failures in Poland related to space weather effects  
Nat GOPALSWAMY NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Long-term Variability of Solar Eruptive Events (SC7_Gopalswamy_Nat.pdf)
Stanislav GUNAR Astronomical Institute of Czech Academy of Science Can 3D whole-prominence fine structure models be used for predictions of mass budget of CMEs throughout a solar cycle?  
Amr HAMADA Oulu University New homogeneous dataset of solar EUV synoptic maps from SOHO/EIT and SDO/AIA  
Raphaël HARDY Université de Montréal    
Hisashi HAYAKAWA Osaka University Historical Candidate Auroras in Comparison with Auroral Reports during Known Extreme Events (SC7_Hayakawa_Hisashi.pdf)
    Sunspot observations during the Dalton Minimum: a case study by original observational logs  
Lauri HOLAPPA University of Oulu Explicit IMF By-dependence in geomagnetic activity (SC7_Holappa_Lauri.pdf)
Hideyuki HOTTA Chiba university Solar deep convection zone to surface  
Linda HUNT SSAI/NASA LaRC Infrared Radiation in the Thermosphere from 1947 to 2019 (SC7_Hunt_Linda.pdf)
jie JIANG Beihang University, Beijing, China Predictability of the solar cycle and its application into the prediction of cycle 25 (SC7_Jiang_Jie.pdf)
Jay R JOHNSON Andrews University An information-theoretical approach to complex dynamics: solar flares and geomagnetic substorms  
Olga V. KHABAROVA IZMIRAN/Institute of terrestrial magnetism, Moscow Polar conic current sheets. Characteristics of the newfound objects in the heliosphere and in the solar atmosphere  
Greg KOPP Univ. of Colorado / LASP An Historical TSI Reconstruction Based on Reevaluations of the TSI Composite and Sunspot Records  
Marianna KORSOS Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary On the evolution of pre-flare and CME patterns in 3-dimensional real and simulated Active Regions  
Natalie KRIVOVA MPS Long-term variability of solar irradiance  
Unto K. LAINE Aalto University Evidence of connections between Schumann resonances and auroral crackling sounds  
    Solar cycles in the light of signal theory  
Laure LEFEVRE Royal Observatory of Belgium Advanced statistics to model the Sunspot Number series  
Alexandre LEMERLE Collčge de Bois-de-Boulogne, Montréal Solar cycle forecasting, using a data-driven 2×2D Babcock-Leighton solar dynamo model (SC7_Lemerle_Alexandre.pdf)
Hui LI National Space Science Center Short-time response of lightning activity to solar energetic particle  
Youhei MASADA Aichi University of Education, JAPAN Mean-field modeling of large-scale dynamo in solar-like strongly-stratified convection - the Rossby number dependence -  
Andrés MUŃOZ-JARAMILLO Southwest Research Institute How Hemispheric Polar Field Reversal Sets the Timing and Shape of the Solar Cycle (SC7_Munoz-Jaramillo_Andres.pdf)
    Challenges and Limitations of the Long-term Sunspot Number Record  
Judit MURAKÖZY HAS RCAES Konkoly Obs., DHO Evolution of sunspot groups studied on a large statistical sample  
    Effects of the solar hemispheric asymmetry on the interplanetary and geomagnetic field  
Kalevi MURSULA University of Oulu Geomagnetic activity and geomagnetic storms throughout the Grand Modern Maximum: Centennial history of geo-effective solar variability  
    Understanding the shape of sunspot cycles by principal component analysis  
Melinda NAGY Eötvös Loránd University, Department of astronomy Challenges of Solar Cycle Prediction Introduced by ’Rogue’ Active Region Emergences (SC7_Nagy_Melinda.pdf)
Lidia NIKITINA Natural Resources Canada Analysis of the radiation environment in the magnetosphere slot region after space weather events for the 23rd solar cycle.  
Ljubomir NIKOLIC Natural Resources Canada On the polar magnetic fields in the GONG solar synoptic maps  
W. DEAN PESNELL NASA GSFC Predictions of Solar Cycle 24, Hindsight is 20/20  
Gordon PETRIE National Solar Observatory Cycle 24 and Longer-term Evolution of the Solar Photospheric and Coronal Magnetic Field (SC7_Petrie_Gordon.pdf)
Kristof PETROVAY Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) Solar cycle prediction on your fingers (and toes) (SC7_Petrovay_Kristof.pdf)
Alexei PEVTSOV National Solar Observatory Long-term studies of photospheric magnetic fields on the Sun (SC7_Pevtsov_Alexei.pdf)
Paul PRIKRYL University of New Brunswick Solar wind imprint on gravity waves and atmospheric circulation (SC7_Prikryl_Paul.pdf)
Antti A PULKKINEN NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Space weather impacts and predictions: relevant spatial and temporal scales (SC7_Pulkkinen_Antti_A.pdf)
Dr.Pramod KUMAR PUROHIT National Institute of Technical Teachers’ Training Variability of Ionospheric TEC at Low Latitude Station, Hyderabad During Medium Solar Activity  
Jean-Guillaume RICHARD Independent scholar Exploratory data analysis detects distinct length modes for the Schwabe cycle, in the new international sunspot number record  
Craig RODGER University of Otago Towards a better understanding of long term drivers of radiation belt electron acceleration and loss (SC7_Rodger_Craig_J.pdf)
Eddie ROSS University of Birmingham Solar cycle measurements of lifetimes of active and ephemeral region flux (SC7_Ross_Eddie.pdf)
Alexis P. ROUILLARD IRAP-CNRS Evolution the slow solar wind during a solar cycle (SC7_Rouillard_Alexis.pdf)
Alexander RUZMAIKIN Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Caltech Space Climate Forcing of the Earth Climate (SC7_Ruzmaikin_Alexander.pdf)
Anton S SAVOSTIANOV NRU Higher School of Economics, Moscow Long-term Variation of the Coupling between Solar Proxies: Coupled Oscillators Approach (SC7_Savostianov_Anton_S.pdf)
Manfred SCHÜSSLER MPS Göttingen The solar dynamo: changing views (SC7_Schuessler_Manfred.pdf)
Miriam SINNHUBER Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Direct and indirect impacts of energetic particle precipitation into the atmosphere (SC7_Sinnhuber_Miriam.pdf)
Antoine STRUGAREK CEA Saclay-DAp/AIM On the solar dynamo-wind feedback loop (SC7_Strugarek_Antoine.pdf)
Leif SVALGAARD Stanford University Nine Millennia of Multimessenger Solar Activity (SC7_Svalgaard_Leif.pdf)
    A Re-analysis of the Wolfer Group Number Backbone  
Ken F. TAPPING National Research Council Solar Radio Monitoring in Canada F10.7, Past, Present and Future (SC7_Tapping_Ken.pdf)
Christian THIBEAULT Université de Montréal Assessing the predictive capabilities of avalanche models of solar flares.  
Brian A TINSLEY University of Texas at Dallas Solar wind influences on the ionosphere-earth current density and its influence on clouds (SC7_Tinsley_Brian.pdf)
Benoit TREMBLAY Université de Montréal An Attempt at Implementing Data Assimilation in a (Idealized) Radiative MHD Model of the Quiet Sun  
Bruce T. TSURUTANI Jet Propulsion Laboratory A New Mechanism to Explain the Wilcox et al. (1973) Effect  
Hilde NESSE TYSSŘY Birkeland Centre for Space Science A review on energetic particle fluxes and their parameterization for climate research  
Lisa UPTON Space Systems Research Corporation Solar Cycle 25 Predictions (SC7_Upton_Lisa.pdf)
Ilya USOSKIN University of Oulu, Finland Extreme Solar Particle Storms: Occurrence Probability and Implications (SC7_Usoskin_Ilya.pdf)
Senthamizh Pavai VALLIAPPAN Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam Solar activity parameters from the sunspot observations by Horrebow  
Gangadharan VIGEESH Leibniz-Institut für Sonnenphysik (KIS) Role of internal waves in the energy balance of upper solar atmosphere  
Jörn WARNECKE Max-Planck-Institute for Solar System Research Modelling solar and stellar activity driven by turbulent dynamo effects (SC7_Warnecke_Jorn.pdf)
Simon WING The Johns Hopkins University Information theoretic approach to discovering causalities in the solar cycle (SC7_Wing_Simon.pdf)
    Information theoretic approach to solar wind-radiation belt interactions  
Thomas WOODS LASP / University of Colorado Solar Irradiance Variability Observations during Solar Cycles 21 to 24 (SC7_Woods_Thomas.pdf)
Anthony R YEATES Durham University, UK How many active regions are needed to predict the solar dipole moment? (SC7_Yeates_Anthony_R.pdf)
Xinhua ZHAO NSSC, Chinese Academy of Sciences Correlation between solar activity and the Earth temperature on millennial time-scales  
Bertalan ZIEGER Boston University Two-Dipole Model of the Sun's Magnetic Field (SC7_Zieger_Bertalan.pdf)
Francesca ZUCCARELLO University of Catania Comprehensive analysis of the Geoeffective Solar Event of June 21, 2015