PSTEP3 Program Tentative Version (May 1, 2018)

May 16
11:30—13:00 Reception

13:00—13:15 Opening and Introduction

Session 1. Keynote 【Chair:M. Ishii】
13:15—13:35 K. Kusano (Nagoya Univ.)
Challenge of PSTEP

13:35—13:55 M. Ishii (NICT)
Aspect and present results of PSTEP A01 group

13:55—14:15 Y. Miyoshi (Nagoya Univ.)
Progress of geospace research in PSTEP

Session 2: Radio propagation 【Chair:H. Shinagawa】
14:15—14:40 S. Rougerie (CNES) and V. Fabbro (ONERA)
An electromagnetic propagation tool for signal scintillation reproduction based on derterministic ionospheric medium

14:40—15:05 C. Lin, C. H. Chen, P. K. Rajesh (NCKU), and T. Matsuo (Univ. of Colorado, Boulder)
Toward ionosphere forecast using COSMIC-2

coffee break

PSTEP Report A02 【Chair:K. Kusano】
15:25—15:50 K. Ichimoto (Kyoto Univ.)
Report from PSTEP-A02: Solar Storm Prediction

Session 2: Radio propagation  【Chair:S. Rougerie, H. Jin】
15:50—16:15 N. Maruyama, T. Fuller-Rowell, M. Fedrizzi, G. Millward, J. Schoonover, Z. Li, A. Kubaryk, H. Wang, V. Yudin, D. Fuller-Rowell (Univ. of Colorado/CIRES and NOAA/SWPC), R. Oehmke, R. Montuoro, C. DeLuca (NOAA/NESII), W. Yang, M. Iredell (NCEP/EMC), R. Akmaev, R. Viereck (NOAA/SWPC), Y. Obana (Osaka Electro-Communication Univ.), A. Shinbori, N. Nishitani (ISEE, Nagoya Univ.), K. Hashimoto (Kibi International Univ.), M. Hairston (Univ. of Texas, Dallas), and P. Richards (George Mason Univ.)
Forecasting Ionospheric Variability using WAM-IPE model

16:15—16:35 K. Shiokawa and Y. Otsuka (ISEE, Nagoya Univ.)
Recent observations of plasma bubbles and traveling ionospheric disturbances in the equatorial and mid-latitude ionosphere by the Optical Mesosphere Thermosphere Imagers (OMTIs) related to the PSTEP project

16:35—16:55 H. Jin (NICT), Y. Miyoshi (Kyushu Univ.), H. Fujiwara (Seikei Univ.), H. Shinagawa (NICT), C. Tao (NICT), and M. Matsumura (ISEE, Nagoya Univ.)
Update of a whole atmosphere-ionosphere coupled model GAIA and comparison with observations

16:55—17:15 M. Matsumura, K. Shiokawa, Y. Otsuka, A. Shinbori, S. Imada (ISEE, Nagoya Univ.), H. Shinagawa, H. Jin, C. Tao, T. Tsugawa (NICT), Y. Miyoshi (Kyushu Univ.), H. Fujiwara (Seikei Univ.), K. Watanabe, S. Nishimoto (National Defense Academy of Japan), T. Kawate (ISAS/JAXA), and K. S. Lee (NAOJ)
GAIA simulations of the ionospheric response to X-class solar flares on September 6, 2017: the effect of background electron and neutral densities

17:15—17:35 H. Shinagawa, H. Jin (NICT), Y. Miyoshi (Kyushu Univ.), H. Fujiwara (Seikei Univ.), T. Yokoyama (NICT), Y. Otsuka (Nagoya Univ.), and C. Tao (NICT)
Prediction of the Equatorial Plasma Bubble Using the Linear Growth Rate of the Rayleigh-Taylor Instability Obtained with GAIA

17:35—17:55 Y. Otsuka, A. Shinbori (ISEE, Nagoya Univ.), T. Tsugawa, and M. Nishioka (NICT)
GPS Observations of Medium-Scale Traveling Ionospheric Disturbances

17:55—18:20 R. R. S. de Mendonca, C. R. Braga, A. Dal Lago, E. Echer, L. A. da Silva, L. R. Alves, C. M. de Nardin, J. E. R. Costa, F. B. Guedes, C. D. do Carmo, J. R. Cecatto, O. Mendes Junior, D. Koga, P. F. Barbosa Neto, and M. B. de Padua
Developing indexes for communicating space weather conditions related to the interplanetary medium for the general public

May 17
9:00—9:40 Reception

Session 2: Radio propagation【Chair:S. Rougerie, H. Jin】
9:40—10:00 J. E. R. Costa, C. M. Wrasse, Cosme A. O. B. Figueiredo, D. Barros, M. B. de Padua, H. Takahashi
Equatorial and low latitude Ionosphere monitoring by TEC mapping over South America
10:00—10:25 B. A. Carter, J. Currie (RMIT Univ.), M. Terkildsen (Space Weather Service, Bureau of Meteorology), K. Groves (Boston College), and R. Caton (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Capturing the daily variability in the occurrence of Equatorial Plasma Bubbles using global coupled ionosphere-thermosphere modelling

10:25—10:45 H. Fujiwara (Seikei Univ.), S. Nozawa (ISEE, Nagoya Univ.), Y. Ogawa, R. Kataoka (NIPR), Y. Miyoshi (Kyushu Univ.), H. Jin, H. Shinagawa, C. Tao (NICT), and H. Liu (Kyushu Univ.)
Disturbances of the dayside ionosphere during small Kp periods

Session 3: Magnetosphere【Chair:A. Nakamizo】
10:45—11:10 D. Summers (Memorial Univ. of Newfoundland)
Limitation of Ring Current Proton Spectra by Electromagnetic Ion Cyclotron Wave Scattering

11:10—11:35 M. Shoji, Y. Miyoshi, (ISEE, Nagoya Univ.) Y. Katoh (Tohoku Univ.), K. Keika (The Univ. of Tokyo), V. Angelopoulos (UCLA), S. Kasahara (The Univ. of Tokyo), K. Asamura (ISAS), S. Nakamura (RISH, Kyoto Univ.), and Y. Omura (RISH, Kyoto Univ.)
Nonlinear wave particle interaction analysis on the electromagnetic ion cyclotron emissions

11:35—11:55 Y. Miyoshi, S. Saito (ISEE, Nagoya Univ.), Y. Matsumoto (Chiba Univ.), and T. Amano (Univ of Tokyo)
Simulation study on the acceleration of outer belt electrons during the solar wind pressure pulse

11:55—12:20 S. Saito, S. Kurita, and Y. Miyoshi (ISEE, Nagoya Univ.)
Numerical study on precipitation and acceleration of relativistic electrons by whistler mode chorus waves


NICT tour 13:10—14:40

Poster 14:40—15:40

Session 3: Magnetosphere, GIC 【Chair:Y. Miyoshi】
15:40—16:05 R. Marshall, L. Wang, A. Kelly, J. Young, and M. Terkildsen (Space Weather Services, Bureau of Meteorology, Australia)
Geomagnetic induced currents in Australian power networks – recent modelling and observations

16:05—16:25 T. Kikuchi (ISEE, Nagoya Univ., RISH, Kyoto Univ.), Y. Ebihara (RISH, Kyoto Univ.), K.K. Hashimoto (Kibi International Univ.), K. Kitamura (NIT, Tokuyama College), and S. Watari (NICT)
Period dependence of reproducibility of the geomagnetically induced currents

16:25—16:45 S. Nakamura, Y. Ebihara, S. Fujita, T. Goto, N. Yamada, S. Watari, and Y. Omura
Time domain simulation of geomagnetically induced current (GIC) flowing in 500 kV power grid in Japan including a three-dimensional ground inhomogeneity

Session 4: Hazard map【Chair:M. Ishii】
16:45—17:10 I. Ferguson (Lloyd’s Japan Inc.)
Lloyd’s City Risk Index & Solar Storm Risk

17:10—17:35 A. Gonzalez-Esparza (SCIESMEX-UNAM)
Mexican Protocol for Extreme Space Weather Events

17:35—17:55 D. Shiota and M. Ishii (NICT)
Estimation of Japanese economic impact of extreme space weather

17:55—18:20 C. Ko, J. Choi, J. Han, and J. Lee (KSWC)
The management of the space weather risk in KOREA

Banquet 18:30—

May 18
9:00—10:00 Reception

Session 5: Satellite Anomaly【Chair:M. Nakamura, K. Sakaguchi】
10:00—10:25 R. Friedel, V. Jordanova, and the SHIELDS Team Los Alamos National Laboratory
Space Hazards Induced near Earth by Large, Dynamic Storms (SHIELDS)

10:25—10:45 K. Koga, H. Matsumoto and T. Nagatsuma
The relationship between the space environments of high energy electrons and the satellite anomaly caused by the internal charging

10:45—11:05 M. Nakamura, R. Kawachi, T. Teraoka (Osaka Prefecture Univ.), T. Nagatsuma, and M. Ishii (NICT)
Development of an estimation method of spacecraft surface charging for SECURES

11:05—11:25 R. H. W. Friedel, M. G. Henderson, V. K. Jordanova, S. K. Morley, G. S. Cunningham, G. D. Reeves, M. M. Cowee, M. R. Carver, R. M. Kippen, and J. P. Sullivan (LANL)
Space Weather Data Products and Modeling Capabilities at Los Alamos National Laboratory

11:25—11:45 J. T. Dahlin, J. F. Drake, and M. Swisdak
The Fundamental Mechanisms of Particle Acceleration during Magnetic Reconnection

11:45—12:10 X. Zhang (National Satellite Meteorological Center, CMA, Beijing, China) and F. He (Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China)
Dynamic Evolution of the Plasmapause: Statistics and Model

PSTEP Report A04【Chair:Y.Kubo】
12:10—12:35 T. Sakurai (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
Solar Cycle and its Effects on Earth: Report of A04 Team


Session 6: Radiation【Chair:Y.Kubo】
13:35—13:55 T. Sato (JAEA), R. Kataoka (NIPR), D. Shiota, Y. Kubo, M. Ishii (NICT), H. Yasuda (Hiroshima Univ.), S. Miyake (National Institute of Technology, Ibaraki College), I. Park (ISEE, Nagoya Univ.), and Y. Miyoshi (ISEE, Nagoya Univ.)
WASAVIES: Warning System of Aviation Exposure to Solar Energetic Particles

13:55—14:20 M. Latocha and P. Beck (Seibersdorf Laboratories)
Radiation dose assessment at flight altitudes with AVIDOS

14:20—15:00 M. Ishii
Discussion & Closing

Poster (core time 14:40—15:40 on May 17)
* Posters could be put up for 3 days

[01] D. Seki, K. Otsuji, H. Isobe, T. T. Ishii, K. Ichimoto, and K. Shibata (Kyoto Univ.)
Increasing Small-scale Motions of the Filaments as the Precursors of their Eruptions

[02] N. Nishizuka, K. Sugiura, Y. Kubo, M. Den, and M. Ishii (NICT)
Solar Flare Prediction using Machine-learning

[02] S. Toriumi
Numerical Modeling of Flare-productive Active Regions

[03] K. Hirose, K. Ichimoto and K. Otsuji (Kwasan and Hida Observatories, Kyoto Univ.)
A statistical study of small blue shifted event observed with SDDI/SMART at Hida Observatory

[04] D. Shiota (NICT) and S. Yashiro (NASA/Catholic Univ.)
Development of real-time prediction system of CME arrival and magnetic field with SUSANOO-CME MHD simulation

[05] K. Iwai (ISEE, Nagoya Univ.), D. Shiota (NICT), M. Tokumaru, K. Fujiki (ISEE, Nagoya Univ.), M. Den, and Y. Kubo (NICT)
Development of space weather forecast system using interplanetary scintillation (IPS) observations

[06] K. Watanabe, S. Nishimoto (NDA), S. Imada (ISEE, Nagoya Univ.), T. Kawate (ISAS/JAXA), and K.-S. Lee (NAOJ)
Derivation of Solar Flare Total Spectra from Flare Geometrical Features

[07] A. Nakamizo (NICT), A. Yoshikawa, and T. Tanaka (Faculty of Science / ICSWSE, Kyushu Univ.)
Effects of Ionospheric Polarization on Magnetosphere Convection and Dynamics in Global MHD Simulation

[08] J. Kim, W. Yi, K.-I. Jang (KMA, Korea), and W. Tobiska (SET, USA)
Verification of the Radiation Exposure Assessment Models with Aircraft-based Dose Measurements

[09] C. Tao, H. Jin, H. Shinagawa (NICT), H. Fujiwara (Seikei Univ.), Y. Miyoshi (Kyushu Univ.), and M. Matsumura (ISEE, Nagoya Univ.)
Improvement of high-latitude electric field and particle model in GAIA and its application to the September 2017 event

[10] K. Hozumi, T. Kondo (NICT), S. Saito (ENRI), H. Nakata (Chiba Univ.), T. Tsugawa, and M. Ishii (NICT)
LASER (Low-cost Amateur receiver System Employing RTL-SDR)

[11] T. Yokoyama (NICT)
High Resolution Plasma Bubble Modeling

[12] T. Tsugawa, M. Nishioka, K. Hozumi, H. Ishibashi, T. Kondo, C. Tao, and M. Ishii (NICT)
NICT ionospheric observations and researches for social uses