2016 The 4th AOSWA Workshop

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2016 The 4th AOSWA Workshop

■ Presentation files
  Summary of AOSWA-4
  YOON Kichang (KSWC, Korea)
  The plan of Next AOSWA
  Mamoru Ishii (NICT, Japan)
Oct. 24, 2016 (Mon)
10:00-10:30   Opening Ceremony
  Ceremony Chair : WI Gwansik (KSWC, Korea)
    Opening Address
  HAN Wonyong (President, Korea Space Science Society, Korea)
    Welcome Speech
  CHOI Young-hae (Director General, Radio Policy Bureau, Ministry of Science ICT and Future Planning, Korea)
    Congratulatory Address
  Kazumasa Taira (General Director, AERI NICT, Japan)
10:30-11:50   Special Session 1 : SWx Policy & Strategy
  Chair : YOON Kichang (KSWC, Korea)
S1-1   KSWC Space Weather services & future plan
  WI Gwansik (KSWC, Korea)
S1-2   Japanese current status for space weather
  Mamoru Ishii (NICT, Japan)
S1-3   Development of Operational Space Environment Technology System
  Bingxian Luo (NSSC, China)
S1-4   Bureau of Meteorology's Space Weather Services
  Zahra bouya (BOM/SWS, Australia)
11:50-12:00   Photo Session
12:00-13:30   Lunch Time
13:30-15:00   Special Session 2
  Chair : HAN Jinwook (KSWC, Korea)
Keynote 1   International Organization Activities on Space Weather
  Terrance Onsager (ISES/WMO)
S2-1   Mexican Space Weather Service
  Ernesto Aguilar-Rodriguez (SCIESMEX, Mexico)
S2-2   Space Weather Programme in Malaysia (Canceld)
  Farahana Kamarudin (National Space Agency of Malaysia, Malaysia)
S2-3   Belgian Space Weather sevices by SIDC
  Jasmina Magdalenic (Royal Observatory of Belgium, Belgium)
S2-4   Space Weather Service and Products in Taiwan
  Jann-Yenq Liu (National Central University, Taiwan)
15:00-15:30   Coffee Break
15:30-18:00   Special Session 3
  Chair : LEE Dong-Hun (KHU, Korea) / MOON Yong-Jae (KHU, Korea)
S3-1   Space Weather Information and Forecast Services in Indonesia
  Clara Yatini (Space Science Center LAPAN, Indonesia)
S3-2   UK space weather & L5 mission
  Suzzy Bingham (MET Office, UK)
S3-3   United States Space Weather Strategy and Action Plan
  Terrance Onsager (SWPC, USA)
S3-4   Overview of the Korea Meteorological Administration(KMA)'s Space Weather Service and R&D Program
  KIM Jiyoung (Korea Meteorological Administration, Korea)
S3-5   KASI Space Weather
  CHO kyungsuk (KASI, Korea)
S3-6   Observations for the polar space environment at Korea Polar Research Institute (KOPRI)
  JEE Geonhwa (Korea Polar Research Institute, Korea)
S3-7   RAL Space and an Introduction to the Worldwide IPS Stations (WIPSS) Network
  Mario M. Bisi (STFC RAL Space, UK)
S3-8   Introduction of TEIN and TEIN*CC
  Patch Lee (Trans-Eurasia Information Network, Korea)
18:30-   Banquet
Oct. 25, 2016 (Tue)
09:00-11:00   General Session 1 : Solar Physics & Interplanetary Space
  Chair : Bernard Jackson (UCSD, USA) /Mario M. Bisi (STFC RAL Space, UK)
G1-1   Radio observations and Space Weather Research
  Jasmina Magdalenic (Royal Observatory of Belgium, Belgium)
G1-2   Space Weather Study Using Interplanetary Scintillation Observations at ISEE
  Munetosh Tokumaru (ISEE Nagoya University, Japan)
G1-3   Interplanetary Scintillation and Space Weather Forecast (Canceld)
  P. K. Manoharan (NCRA, India)
G1-4   World Interplanetary Scintillation Systems (WIPSS) Use of the UCSC IPS Tomography Program for Space Weather Forecasting
  Bernard Jackson (UCSD, USA)
G1-5   Recent Improvements of the WSA-ENLIL Cone Modeling System and Using IPS Data for Opeational Space Weather Predictions
  Dusan Odstrcil (NASA-GSFC/GMU, USA)
G1-6   Contributions of the Nobeyama Radioheliograph to space-weather science
  Satoshi Masuda (Nagoya University, Japan)
G1-7   Accuracy Issues in Space Weather MHD Models
  LEE Dong-Hun (Kyung Hee University, Korea)
G1-8   Deflected propagation of coronal mass ejections from the Sun to 1 AU
  Yuming Wang (USTC, China)
11:00-12:00   Poster Session
12:00-13:30   Lunch Time
13:30-15:00   General Session 2 : Solar Physics & Interplanetary Space
  Chair : Cho Kyungsuk (KASI, Korea)
G2-1   Project for Solar-Terrestrial Environment Prediction (PSTEP) in Japan
  Kanya Kusano (Nagoya University, Japan)
G2-2   On Predicting Solar Activity
  CHAE Jongchul (Seoul National University, Korea)
G2-3   Lessons Learned in transitioning CME auto-detection and interplanetary propagation tools into operational services
  Siqing Liu (NSSC, China)
G2-4   Prospects for numerical solar activity forecasting
  Huaning Wang (NAO, China)
G2-5   R&D for solar activity forecast in NICT
  Yuki Kubo (NICT, Japan)
G2-6   Probing the maximum coronal mass ejection speed index as a potential indicator of geoeffectiveness of solar activity
  Vasyl Yurchyshyn (NJIT Big Bear Solar Observatory, USA)
15:00-15:15   Coffee Break
15:15-16:15   General Session 3 : Ionosphere
  Chair : RYU Kwangsun (KAIST, Korea)
G3-1   Prediction of plasma bubble occurrence using the atmosphere-ionosphere coupled model GAIA
  Hiroyuki Shinagawa (NICT, Japan)
G3-2   Data Assimilation and Adjusted Spherical Harmonic Model of VTEC Map over Thailand
  Somjai Klinngam (KMITL, Thailand)
G3-3   Global and regional ionospheric modeling to understand equatorial plasma bubble
  Tatsuhiro Yokoyama (NICT, Japan)
G3-4   Recent progress of NICT ionospheric observations in Japan
  Takuya Tsugawa (NICT, Japan)
16:15-17:00   Trip to Sanghyowon Botanical Garden
17:00-17:30   Sanghyowon Botanical Garden Tour
17:30-19:30   Dinner
19:30-20:30   Back to Shine Ville Resort
Oct. 26, 2016 (Wed)
09:00-11:00   General Session 4 : Ionosphere
  Chair : KIM Yongha (Chungnam University, Korea) / KWAK Young-sil (KASI, Korea)
G4-1   Space weather of the ionospheric S4 scintillation
  Jann-Yenq Liu (National Central University, Taiwan)
G4-2   Tomographic Analysis of Ionosphere and Plasmasphere
  KIM Yongha (Chungnam National University, Korea)
G4-3   KSWC action for observation and research of ionosphere
  MUN Juncheol (KSWC, Korea)
G4-4   Ionospheric regional forecasting using statistical method for GPS application
  Mardina Abdullah (ANGKASA, Malaysia)
G4-5   Development of Global Ionospheric Electron Density Monitoring System Using FORMOSAT-7/COSMIC-2
  Charles Lin (National Central University, Taiwan)
G4-6   Ionospheric and magnetic signatures of the magnetic storm on March 2015 observed in the Southeast Asian region
  Minh Le Hyu (HIG, Vietnam)
G4-7   F2 region response to meteorological phenomena and geomagnetic disturbances
  A. K. Upadhayaya (CSIR-NPL, India)
G4-8   Space Weather monitoring by GNSS Radio Occultation Technique
  Xinan Yue (IGGCAS, China)
11:00-12:00   Poster Session
12:00-13:30   Lunch Time
13:30-15:00   General Session 5 : Magnetosphere
  Chair : Hwang Junga (KASI, Korea)
Keynote 2   Current state of Radiation belt Modeling: Successes and Challenges
  Reiner Friedel (Los Alamos, USA)
Keynote 3   NASA Space Weather
  Alex Young (NASA, USA)
G5-1   Magnetosphere/Ionosphere study with formation flying nanosats
  LEE Jaejin (KASI, Korea)
G5-2   Space weather effects on meteorological and atmospheric electrical parameters
  Sergey Smirnov (IKIR, Russia)
15:00-15:30   Coffee Break
15:30-17:00   General Session 6 : Magnetosphere
  Chair : LEE Daeyoung (Chungbuk University, Korea)
G6-1   Support Vector Machine combined with Distance Correlation learning for Dst forecasting during intense geomagnetic storms
  Jianyong Lu (Nanjing University, China)
G6-2   Magnetosphere Research Activity in NICT: Observation and Modeling
  Aoi Nakamizo (NICT, Japan)
G6-3   Relativistic electron flux forecast at geostationary orbit using multiple linear regression model
  HWANG Junga (KASI, Korea)
G6-4   Forecasting Geomagnetic Disturbances at NOAA with Michigan’s Geospace Model
  Howard Singer (SWPC, USA)
G6-5   Establishment of Abdus Salam Geomagnetic Observatory, Pakistan: From Site Selection to INTERMAGNET Certification
  Murtaza Ghulam (SUPARCO, Pakistan)
G6-6   NICT's Geospace Monitoring and Forecasting
  Tsutomu Nagatsuma (NICT, Japan)
17:00-18:00   Break
18:00-   Dinner (BBQ)
Oct. 27, 2016 (Thur)
09:00-09:30   The plan of Next AOSWA
  Mamoru Ishii (NICT, Japan)
    Summary of AOSWA-4
  YOON Kichang (KSWC, Korea)
    Closing Ceremony
  Ceremony Chair : WI Gwansik (KSWC, Korea)
09:30-18:00   Excursion Tour


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