Taiwan ERG  Mission Science Workshop (April 2014)

The LEP-e instrument is being developed and manufactured in Taiwan (Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academia Sinica, and National Cheng Kung University). In this context, the workshop aims to promote collaborations between Japan and Taiwan on ERG -related science.

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14-15 April 2014


Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academia Sinica (Taipei, Taiwan)


14 April

Section 1 ChairSunny Tam
13:30-13:35Shiang-Yu Wang (ASIAA)Opening Remarks
13:35-13:50Masaki Fujimoto (ISAS/JAXA)Opening Remarks and Introduction of ISAS
13:50-14:20Takeshi Takashima (ISAS/JAXA), Kazushi Asamura (ISAS/JAXA), and Yoshizumi Miyoshi (STEL/Nagoya Univ.)Overview of the ERG  project/ERG  satellite
14:20-14:40Yoichi Kazama (ASIAA)A Low-Energy Electron Instrument (LEP-e) on the ERG  Mission
14:40-15:00Ayako Matsuoka (ISAS/JAXA) The magnetic field measurement in the inner magnetosphere (Science topics and ERG /MGF)
Section 2 ChairMasaki Fujimoto
15:15-15:40Kazuo Shiokawa (ERG  ground-based observation PI, STEL/Nagoya Univ.)Overview of the ground-based network team of the ERG  project
15:40-16:05Kanako Seki (ERG  modeling PI, ERG -SC, STEL/Nagoya Univ.)Overview of the modeling/simulation team of the ERG  project
16:05-16:35Tomoaki Hori, Kunihiro Keika, and Masafumi Shoji (STEL/Nagoya Univ.)ERG  Science Center

15 April

Section 3 ChairShiang-Yu Wang
09:30-10:00Yoshiharau Omura (ERG  Science core team, RISH/Kyoto Univ.)Tutorial talk: Non-linear wave particle interactions in the inner magnetosphere
10:00-10:25Kaiti Wang (NCKU)A multi-band equatorial noise event in the inner magnetosphere: Observations and modeling
10:25-10:50Chio Z. Cheng (Institute of Space and Plasma Sciences/NCKU)Transport and energization of particles to inner magnetosphere during substorms
11:05-12:00Yoshizumi Miyoshi (STEL/Nagoya Univ.)Discussion on ERG  collaboration and Q&A for the ERG  mission

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