Agenda of 2nd PSTEP International Symposium (PSTEP-2) Rev.20170322a

The 2nd PSTEP International Symposium (PSTEP-2)
Toward the Solar-Terrestrial Environment Prediction as Science and Social Infrastructure

• Date: 23 to 24 March, 2017
• Venue: Science Seminar House, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University
• Organizer/Host: Project for Solar-Terrestrial Environment Prediction (PSTEP)
• Co-host:
– Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research (ISEE), Nagoya University
– Kwasan and Hida Observatories, Kyoto University
– Integrated Earth and Planetary Science Hub, Kyoto University


March 23, 2017 (Thu)

9:00~9:20 registration

»Chair: Ichimoto (LOC chair)
9:20~9:30 Opening & Introduction to PSTEP
Kanya Kusano (PSTEP leader, Nagoya University)

»Chair: Ishii
9:30~10:00 The economic impact of extreme space weather: Exploratory evidence
Edward Ougton (University of Cambridge)

»Chair: Sakurai
10:00~10:30 Understanding the mechanism of solar eruptions
Bernhard Kliem (University of Potsdam & Nagoya University)

10:30~10:45 coffee

»Chair: Ichimoto
10:45~11:15 Incorporating chromospheric data in nonlinear force-free modeling
Mike Wheatland (The University of Sydney)

11:15~11:25 Goal and strategy of the group of solar storm (PSTEP-A02)
Kiyoshi Ichimoto (PI of PSTEP-A02, Kyoto University)

11:25~11:45 Statistical relationship among sigmoid, flare and CME based on
Hinode observations
Yusuke Iida (Kansei University)

11:45~12:00 Space Weather Investigating Instrument SDDI and the Observation of a Filament Eruption Event
Kenichi Otsuji (Kyoto University)

12:00~12:15 Direct measurements of the magnetic field in solar filaments
Yoichiro Hanaoka (NAOJ)

12:15~12:30 Solar radio bursts and space weather
Yuuki Kubo (NICT)

12:30~13:45 lunch & poster viewing

»Chair: Toriumi
13:45~14:15 Photospheric shear flows in solar active regions and their relation to flare occurrence
Sung-Hong Park (Trinity College Dublin)

14:15~14:35 A challenge to the physics-based prediction of solar eruptions
Kanya Kusano (Nagoya University)

14:35~14:50 A magnetohydrodynamic modeling of the solar eruption on 2011 February 13
Satoshi Inoue (Nagoya University)

14:50~15:05 Observation and modeling of flare-productive solar active regions
Shin Toriumi (NAOJ)

15:05~15:25 Deep-learning approach to solar flare prediction
Takayuki Muranushi (RIKEN)

15:25~15:45 Solar flare prediction using machine-learning algorithms
Naoto Nishizuka (NICT)

15:45~16:05 coffee

»Chair: Tokumaru
16:05~16:35 A world interplanetary scintillation stations (WIPSS) tomography program for space weather forecasting
Bernard V. Jackson (UCSD)

16:35~16:50 Numerical prediction of CME magnetic field
Daikou Shiota (Nagoya University)

16:50~17:10 CMEs in solar cycle 24 and their space weather consequences
Seiji Yashiro (The Catholic University of America)

17:10~17:25 Analysis of the 17 March 2015: From CME to Dst development
Katsuhide Marubashi (NICT)

»Chair: Ichimoto & Kusano
17:25~17:45 Discussion

18:00~20:00 dinner

March 24, 2017 (Fri)

8:45~9:00 registration

»Chair: Yoden
9:00~9:30 Exploration of energization and radiation in geospace “ARASE” (ERG) mission
Yoshizumi Miyosi (Nagoya University)

9:30~10:00 Influence of the 11-year solar cycle on climate
Lesley Gray (University of Oxford)

10:00~11:10 Poster session

»Chair: Kusano
11:10~11:20 Goal and strategy of the group of solar cycle and climate (PSTEP-A04)
Shigeo Yoden (PI of PSTEP-A04, Kyoto University)

11:20~11:40 Next solar cycle prediction
Shinsuke Imada (Nagoya University)

11:40~12:00 Long-term change in global distribution of the solar wind Munetoshi Tokumaru (Nagoya University)

12:00~12:30 Middle atmosphere chemical responses to solar and magnetospheric particles: Observations and model validation Bernd Funke (Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía, CSIC)

12:30~13:50 lunch

»Chair: Kodera
13:50~14:20 The whole atmosphere response to impulsive solar events
Daniel Marsh (NCAR)

14:20~14:50 Energetic particle precipitation in the mesosphere-lower thermosphere
Yvan Orsolini (NILU)

14:50~15:10 Vertical coupling processes between the thermosphere and mesosphere by using a whole atmosphere-ionosphere coupled model (GAIA)
Yasunobu Miyoshi (Kyushu University)

15:10~15:30 JMA/MRI Earth System Model
Kohei Yoshida (MRI/JMA)

15:30~15:50 coffee

»Chair: Yoshida
15:50~16:20 The effect of global electric circuit on climate due to internal and external drivers
Limin Zhou (East China Normal University)

16:20~16:40 Solar cycle influence on the southern hemisphere climate
Yuhji Kuroda (MRI/JMA)

16:40~17:00 Role of the ocean in the solar cycle signal in the Earth’s surface
Kunihiko Kodera (Nagoya University)

»Chair: Yoden & Sakurai
17:00~17:30 Open discussion for future collaboration

17:30 closing


1 Hsiu-Shan YU (UCSD)
Exploration of solar magnetic fields from propagating GONG magnetograms using the CSSS model and UCSD time-dependent tomography

2 Keiji Hayashi (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
On solar photospheric data prepossesses for better determining structures of solar corona and solar wind

3 Takahito Sakaue (Kyoto University)
The characteristics of the satellite spots emergence involved in the successive solar flares

4 Yusuke Kawabata (The University of Tokyo)
Non-potential field formation in the X-shaped quadrupole magnetic field configuration

5 Tetsu Anan (Kyoto University)
Simultaneous spectro-polarimetric observation in multi spectral lines

6 Yumi Bamba (ISAS/JAXA)
Statistical test of a flare trigger model using discriminant analysis

7 Kumi Hirose (Kyoto University)
A statistical study of filament disappearances using Ha full disk images

8 Anand D Joshi (NAOJ)
Automated detection of eruptive filaments

9 Kyoung-Sun Lee (NAOJ)
Spectroscopic observation of a loop-top source of an M1.3 limb solar flare

10 Shohei Nishimoto (National Defense Academy of Japan)
Statistical analysis of observational data for total solar flare spectra

11 Kyoko Watanabe (National Defense Academy of Japan)
Solar flare impulsivity and its relationship with white-light flares and with CMEs

12 Takayuki Muranushi (RIKEN)
Deep-learning approach to solar flare prediction

13 Nai-Hwa Chen (Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute)
Case studies of multi-day 3He-rich solar energetic particle periods

14 Takashi Minoshim (JAMSTEC)
Toward the prediction of solar energetic particles

15 Dong-Hee Lee (Korea Meteorological Administration)
A statistical relationship between high speed solar wind stream and lightning rate over South Korea

16 Martin Gerard Connors (Nagoya University)
Taiyo kara jimen made: Solar wind causes of GIC in the Hydro-Québec Electric Grid

17 Takashi Kikuchi (Nagoya University)
Prediction of the midlatitude GIC

18 Yuto Katoh (Tohoku University)
Dependence of generation of whistler-mode chorus emissions on the temperature anisotropy and density of energetic electrons

19 Joseph B. H. Baker (Nagoya University)
Monitoring ionospheric space weather with SuperDARN radars

20 Mamoru Ota (Kanazawa University)
A proposal of direction finding and evaluation technique of plasma waves measured in the Earth’s magnetosphere

21 Takuo T. Tsuda (The University of Electro-Communications)
Statistical investigation on Na layer response to geomagnetic activity using Odin/OSIRIS data in 2004-2010

22 Hiroyuki Maehara (NAOJ)
Starspot activity and superflares on solar-type stars

23 Hisashi Hayakawa (Kyoto University)
Great magnetic storms in late 992 buried in historical documents

24 Y. Tomikawa (NIPR)
Vertical and meridional extent of effects of energetic particle precipitation