Taiwan ERG  Science and Space Weather Workshop (January 2020)

Date:13-15 January 2020

Place:National Central University (Taoyuan, Taiwan)

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January 13, 2020

Session 1 (Chair: Jih-Hong Shue and Yoshizumi Miyoshi)

09:00-09:10Shu-Kun Hsu (Dean of College of Earth Sciences) 
09:10-09:30Yoshizumi Miyoshi (Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya) Overview of the Arase/ERG project and highlights from the prime mission
09:30-09:50Martin Connors (Athabasca University) The Geo-Magneto-Electric Connection
09:50-10:10Alexei Dmitriev (National Central University) Comparable analysis of storm-time electron precipitations: HEO ERG and LEO POES missions
10:10-10:30Mariko Teramoto (Kyushu Institute of Technology) Pi2 pulsations observed by the Arase satellite inside and outside the plasmasphere
10:30-10:30 Group Photo
10:40-11:10 Coffee Break

Session 2 (Chair: Lung-Chih Tsai)

11:10-11:30Satoshi Kurita (Nagoya University) Arase observation of electron pitch angle scattering by Electrostatic Cyclotron Harmonic waves
11:30-11:50Hiroyo Ohya (Graduate School of Engineering, Chiba University) Precipitations of energetic electrons due to ULF modulation
11:50-12:10Kazushi Asamura (JAXA) Perpendicular heating of cold ions and fast magnetosonic waves in the inner magnetosphere observed by Arase
12:10-12:30Kyungguk Min (Chungnam National University) PIC Simulations of Magnetosonic Wave in the Dipole Magnetic Field: Equatorial Wave Confinement
12:30-14:00 Lunch

Session 3 (Chair: Kyungguk Min)

14:00-14:20Sunny W. Y. Tam (Institute of Space and Plasma Sciences, National Cheng Kung University) Reversal of density perturbations near the dawn terminator in association with geomagnetic activity
14:20-14:40Yoichi Kazama (ASIAA) The low-energy electron instrument onboard ERG and its observation results
14:40-15:00Chun-Sung Jao (National Central University) Simulation study of wake formation behind the Debye-scale object
15:00-15:20Ling-Hsiao Lyu (National Central University) On the Generation and Expansion of the Chorus Waves Observed After the Injection of Electrons at the Onset of a Substorm
15:20-15:40Sachin Kaothekar (MIT, Ujjain, Behind Air Strip, Datana, Dewas Road Ujjain, (M.P.)) Gravitational Instability of Strongly coupled Radiative Plasma
15:40-16:10 Coffee Break

Session 4 (Chair: Nozomu Nishitani)

16:10-16:25Kai-Jun Ke (Graduate Institute of Space Science and Engineering, National Central University) Using two-dimensional autocorrelation method to improve the performance of automatic algorithm on ionogram
16:25-16:40Ting-Han Lin (Graduate Institute of Space Science and Engineering, National Central University) Statistical characteristics of 3-m field-aligned irregularities of sporadic E layer during the summer 2017 and 2018
16:40-17:00Lung Chih Tsai (GPSARC/CSRSR, NCU, Taiwan, R.O.C.) Ionospheric electron density and irregularity observations using GPS radio occultation data
17:00-17:15De-Shao Yao (Graduate Institute of Space Science and Engineering, National Central University) Simulation of Footprints of a Radar Beam at High-frequency Waves for Ionospheric Over-The-Horizon Communication
17:15-17:35Olugbenga Ogunmodimu (Manchester Metropolitan University) Modelling Cosmic Noise Absorption during M and X class Solar Flares.
17:35-17:55Dada Nade (Center for Space and Atmospheric Science, Sanjay Ghodawat University, Kolhapur) Variations in ozone concentration during three recent solar cycles over India
17:55-18:10Mulugeta Zegeye (Addis Ababa University/Aksum University) Comparison of quite time ionospheric total electron content from IRI-2016 model and GPS observations
19:00-21:30 Banquet

January 14, 2020

Session 5 (Chair: Sunny Tam)

09:00-09:20Masafumi Shoji (Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research, Nagoya University) Direct detection of nonlinear generation process of electromagnetic ion cyclotron emissions observed by the Arase spacecraft
09:20-09:40Chae-Woo Jun (Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research (ISEE), Nagoya University) Spatial Distributions of EMIC Waves Depending on Geomagnetic Conditions During the Van Allen Probes and ERG era
09:40-10:00Yoshiya Kasahara (Kanazawa University) Evaluation of wave normal and Poynting vector for whistler mode waves observed by the waveform capture (WFC) on board the Arase
10:00-10:20Satoshi Kasahara (The University of Tokyo) Electron scattering by chorus waves as seen by ERG
10:20-10:50 Coffee Break

Session 6 (Chair: Satoshi Kasahara)

10:50-11:10Tomoaki Hori (Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research, Nagoya University) Ionospheric flow fluctuations at mid-latitudes during storms as seen by SuperDARN-Van Allen Probes-Arase conjunctions
11:10-11:30Nozomu Nishitani (ISEE, Nagoya University) Review of mid-latitude SuperDARN / future of SuperDARN
11:30-11:50Hsien-Ming Li (Institute of Space Science and Engineering, NCU) Dayside cusp aurorae and ionospheric convection under radial interplanetary magnetic fields
11:50-13:00 Lunch
13:00-17:00 Visiting NSPO

January 15, 2020

09:00-12:00SPEDAS Training Session I & II (cosponsored by ISEE, Nagoya University)
12:00Farewell Lunch

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