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2019
Speaker Presentations
Fran Bagenal Planetary Magnetospheres
  • Textbook I, Chapter 10
  • Textbook I, Chapter 13
Amitava Bhattacharjee Core Lecture 2: Kinetic Theory
Amitava Bhattacharjee Magnetic Reconnection
  • Textbook I, Chapter 5
  • Textbook II, Chapter 10
Ben Chandran Solar Wind: Structure and Turbulence
  • Textbook I, Chapter 7
  • Textbook I, Chapter 9
  • Textbook III, Chapter 9
Ben Chandran Solar Wind: Particle Distribution Functions
  • Textbook II, Chapter 8
  • Textbook II, Chapter 9
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 12
Robert Ergun Magnetosphere: Reconnection & Substorms, Part 1
  • Textbook II, Chapter 2
  • Textbook II, Chapter 10
Robert Ergun Magnetopshere: Reconnection & Substorms Part 2
Lika Guhathakurta, Ryan McGranaghan, Andres Munoz-Jaramillo Big Data
Artificial Intelligence for Space Exploration and All Humankind

Applications of Deep Learning in Heliophysics
Thomas Immel Ionosphere Part 1
  • Textbook I, Chapter 12
  • Textbook III, Chapter 13
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 8
Thomas Immel Ionosphere Part 2
Dana Longcope Core Lecture 1: Why does the Sun have a Corona and Wind?
Dana Longcope Core 3:Ionosphere-Thermosphere-Mesosphere Focus
Dana Longcope Orbital Mechanics
Jon Sample In Situ Instruments and Measurements
  • Textbook II, Chapter 3
2018
Speaker Presentations
Stuart Bale Stellar and Solar Winds
  • Textbook I, Chapter 9
  • Textbook III, Chapter 8
Amitava Bhattacharjee Explosive Events: CMEs, Flares and Substorms
  • Textbook II, Chapter 5
  • Textbook II, Chapter 6
Amitava Bhattacherjee Dynamo Theory: Basics
  • Textbook I, Chapter 3
  • Textbook III, Chapter 6
Ofer Cohen Coronae, Heliospheres and Astrospheres
  • Textbook I, Chapter 2
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 1
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 3
Ofer Cohen Evolution on Short and Long Time Scales
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 2
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 4
Chuanfei Dong Living with Stars and Societal Relevance
  • Textbook III, Chapter 4
  • Textbook III, Chapter 11
Nicholas Featherstone Stellar Dynamos
  • Textbook III, Chapter 5
  • Textbook III, Chapter 6
Nicholas Featherstone Planetary Dynamos
  • Textbook III, Chapter 7
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 6
Madhulika Guhathakurta Artificial Intelligence for Space Exploration and All Humankind
Dana Longcope Why do Sun and Planets have Magnetic Fields?
  • Textbook I, Chapter 3
  • Textbook III, Chapter 2
  • Textbook III, Chapter 6
  • Textbook III, Chapter 7
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 6
Dana Longcope Why does the Sun Have a Corona and a Wind?
  • Textbook I, Chapter 9
  • Textbook III, Chapter 8
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 3
Dana Longcope Why do the Earth & Planets have Ionospheres? Magnetospheres?
  • Textbook I, Chapter 10
  • Textbook I, Chapter 11
  • Textbook I, Chapter 12
  • Textbook II, Chapter 11
  • Textbook III, Chapter 13
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 8
James Slavin Planetary Magnetospheres
Planetary Magnetospheres (part 2)
  • Textbook I, Chapter 10
  • Textbook I, Chapter 13
Jan Sojka Planetary Ionospheres
  • Textbook III, Chapter 13
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 8
Jan Sojka Long-Term Evolution of the Geospace Climate
  • Textbook III, Chapter 2
  • Textbook III, Chapter 14
2017
Speaker Presentations
Fran Bagenal Planetary Magnetospheres (pdf)
  • Textbook I, Chapter 10
  • Textbook I, Chapter 13
Amitava Bhattacharjee Dynamo Theory: Basics
  • Textbook I, Chapter 3
  • Textbook III, Chapter 6
Amitava Bhattacharjee Turbulence in Fluids and Space Plasmas
  • Textbook I, Chapter 7
Ofer Cohen Comparative Heliophysics
  • Textbook I, Chapter 2
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 1
Nicholas Gross Lab 3: Solar Wind
Nicholas Gross Lab 4: Comparative Magnetospheres
Nicholas Gross Lab 5: Variations in Solar Irradiance
Lab 6: Exploring Ionosphere Structures
Nicholas Gross Lab 2: Solar Dynamos
Nicholas Gross Lab 1: Tracking a Solar Storm
Madhulika Guhathakurta Eclipse & Comparative Heliophysics
  • Textbook I, Chapter 2
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 1
Greg Kopp Solar Spectral Irradiance: Measurements and Models
  • Textbook III, Chapter 10
Marty Lee Acceleration and Heating in the Solar Wind (pdf)
  • Textbook I, Chapter 9
Marty Lee Energetic Particles in the Heliosphere (pdf)
  • Textbook II, Chapter 9
Dana Longcope Why Does the Earth Have a Magnetosphere, Radiation Belts & an Ionosphere?
  • Textbook I, Chapter 10
  • Textbook I, Chapter 11
  • Textbook I, Chapter 12
  • Textbook II, Chapter 11
  • Textbook III, Chapter 13
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 8
Dana Longcope Why do the Sun and Planets have Magnetic Fields?
  • Textbook I, Chapter 3
  • Textbook III, Chapter 2
  • Textbook III, Chapter 6
  • Textbook III, Chapter 7
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 6
Dana Longcope Why is there a Corona and a Wind?
  • Textbook I, Chapter 9
  • Textbook III, Chapter 8
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 3
Mark Miesch Planetary Fields and Dynamos (pdf)
  • Textbook III, Chapter 7
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 6
Mark Miesch Solar Internal Flows and Dynamo ActionHomework
  • Textbook III, Chapter 5
  • Textbook III, Chapter 6

Notes: This is an optional homework problem (e-mail Dr. Miesch for solution key).

Jan Sojka Terrestrial Ionospheres (pdf)
  • Textbook III, Chapter 13
Jan Sojka Long-term Evolution of the Geospace Climate (pdf)
  • Textbook III, Chapter 14

Notes: This lecture is actually Jan Sojka's Chapter 14 in Textbook III

Lisa Upton Solar Cycle Predictions (pdf)
  • Textbook III, Chapter 2
  • Textbook III, Chapter 6
2016
Speaker Presentations
Vladimir Airapetian Comparative Heliophysics
  • Textbook I, Chapter 13
Amitava Bhattacharjee Large-Scale Instabilities
Amitava Bhattacharjee Magnetic Reconnection and Energy Conversions
  • Textbook II, Chapter 10
Doug Biesecker Effects of Space Weather & Mitigation Strategies
  • Textbook II, Chapter 2
  • Textbook II, Chapter 13
  • Textbook II, Chapter 14
Doug Biesecker Forecasting Space Weather Events
Timothy Fuller-Rowell
  • Textbook II, Chapter 10
  • Textbook II, Chapter 11
Nicholas Gross Lab 1: SWx Events
Lab 2: Solar Dynamo

Lab 3: Solar Wind

Lab 4: CME Analysis
Lab 5: Comparative Magnetospheres
Madhulika Guhathakurta Comparative Heliophysics
  • Textbook I, Chapter 13
Dana Longcope Why does the Earth have a Magnetosphere, Radiation Belts & an Ionosphere?
  • Textbook I, Chapter 10
  • Textbook I, Chapter 11
  • Textbook I, Chapter 12
  • Textbook II, Chapter 11
  • Textbook III, Chapter 13
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 8
Dana Longcope Solar Flares
  • Textbook II, Chapter 6
Dana Longcope Why do Sun and Planets Have Magnetic Fields?
  • Textbook I, Chapter 3
  • Textbook III, Chapter 2
  • Textbook III, Chapter 6
  • Textbook III, Chapter 7
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 6
Dana Longcope Why is There a Corona & a Wind?
  • Textbook I, Chapter 9
  • Textbook III, Chapter 8
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 3
Merav Opher
  • Textbook II, Chapter 7
Merav Opher
  • Textbook II, Chapter 8
  • Textbook II, Chapter 9
  • Textbook II, Chapter 11
Neal Savani CMEs
  • Textbook II, Chapter 6
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 4
Lisa Upton Introduction to the Solar Dynamo
2015
Speaker Presentations
Nick Achilleos Introducing the Seasons of the Sun-Planetary System Connections
  • Textbook I, Chapter 2
  • Textbook I, Chapter 13
  • Textbook II, Chapter 2
  • Textbook III, Chapter 11
Nick Achilleos Planetary MagnetospheresHomework
Solutions
Tom Ayres Observing/Measuring Solar/Stellar Activity and Solar/Stellar Wind
  • Textbook II, Chapter 4
Fran Bagenal Planetary Magnetic Fields - PDF
Planetary Magnetic Fields - PPT
Daniel Baker Couplings with Magnetospheres: Missions Throughout the Heliosphere
  • Textbook II, Chapter 4
John Foster Geospace Variability Through the Solar Cycle 1
Geospace Variability Through the Solar Cycle 2
Sarah Gibson
  • Textbook I, Chapter 2
  • Textbook II, Chapter 2
Gary Glatzmaier Planetary Dynamo(s) and Their Seasons 1
Planetary Dynamo(s) and Their Seasons 2
  • Textbook I, Chapter 3
Nicholas Gross Community Coordinated Modeling Center (CCMC)
Lab 1: Sun to Earth Storms
Lab 2: Solar Dynamo/Stellar Dynamos
Lab 3: Sources of Solar Spectral Irradiance
Lab 4: Solar Wind Properties Through the Solar Cycle
Lab 5: Magnetospheric Dipole
Mona Kessel
Bill Lotko
Janet Luhmann Solar-Wind Through the Sunspot Cycle, (I)CME Modulations by Eruptive & Explosive Phenomena, and Effects on GCRs 1
Solar-Wind Through the Sunspot Cycle, (I)CME Modulations by Eruptive & Explosive Phenomena, and Effects on GCRs 2
Janet Luhmann Introducing the Seasons of the Sun-Planetary System Connections
  • Textbook I, Chapter 2
  • Textbook II, Chapter 2
Mark Moldwin Universal Plasma Processes in Heliophysics 1
Universal Plasma Processes in Heliophysics 2
  • Textbook II, Chapter 1
Andres Munoz Solar Cycle & Dynamo (including extended minima and maxima), and the Large-Scale Field 1
Solar Cycle & Dynamo (including extended minima and maxima), and the Large-Scale Field 2
Karel Schrijver Proposal Elements
Jan Sojka
Stan Solomon Orbital Seasons, Radiative Transport, Ionization, and Chemistry in Planetary Outer Atmospheres
  • Textbook II, Chapter 12
Harry Warren Solar Spectral Radiance and Their Origins Through Cycles of Solar Magnetism 1
Solar Spectral Radiance and Their Origins Through Cycles of Solar Magnetism 2
2014
Speaker Presentations
Fran Bagenal Introduction to Magnetospheric Physics 1
Introduction to Magnetospheric Physics 2
Homework
Solutions
  • Textbook I, Chapter 10
  • Textbook I, Chapter 13
  • Textbook II, Chapter 10
David Brain Climates of Terrestrial Planets 1
Climates of Terrestrial Planets 2
  • Textbook III, Chapter 4
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 8
Paul Charbonneau Stellar Dynamos
  • Textbook I, Chapter 3
  • Textbook III, Chapter 5
  • Textbook III, Chapter 6
Ofer Cohen Effects of Stellar Eruptions Throughout Astrospheres
* Cohen Movie

* Aurora On ESP Movie

* ESP CME 3D Movie
Homework
  • Textbook II, Chapter 7
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 4
Debra Fischer Characteristics of Planetary Systems 1
Characteristics of Planetary Systems 2
  • Textbook III, Chapter 3
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 5
Tamas Gombosi Introducing Heliophysics from the Perspective of Universal Processes
  • Textbook II, Chapter 1

Notes: Homework is embedded in Video 2

Nicholas Gross Lab 1: Tracking a Solar Storm: Expert-Jigsaw Analysis
Lab 2: Solar Wind Variation Throughout the Heliosphere

Lab 3a: Magnetosphere 1: A Different Magnetosphere

Lab: 3b: Magnetosphere 2: A Magnetosphere in Different Places

Lab 4: Simple Comparative Ionospheres Using the Chapman Layer Model

Lab 5: Stellar Dynamos: A Parametric Study
Madhulika Guhathakurta General Introduction to Heliophysics: Science
  • Textbook I, Chapter 1
  • Textbook I, Chapter 2
Rod Heelis Introduction to ITM ProcessesHomework
  • Textbook I, Chapter 12
  • Textbook II, Chapter 12
  • Textbook III, Chapter 13
  • Textbook III, Chapter 14
Margaret Kivelson Interaction of Moons, Asteroids, & Comets with their SurroundingsHomework
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 10
Luke Moore Atmosphere-Ionosphere-Magnetosphere Coupling at the Giant PlanetHomework
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 9
Bill Murtagh General introduction to Heliophysics: Society
  • Textbook II, Chapter 2
  • Textbook II, Chapter 13
  • Textbook II, Chapter 14
Rachel Osten Solar Explosive Activity Throughout the Evolution of the Solar System - Introduction Process
Solar Explosive Activity Throughout the Evolution of the Solar System - Trends With Time
Homework
Solutions
  • Textbook II, Chapter 5
  • Textbook II, Chapter 6
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 2
Karel Schrijver Observations of Stellar Dynamos
  • Textbook I, Chapter 3
  • Textbook III, Chapter 5
  • Textbook III, Chapter 6
David Siskind Aeronomy of Terrestrial Planet Atmospheres
  • Textbook III, Chapter 13
  • Textbook III, Chapter 14
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 7
Sabine Stanley Planetary Dynamos: Updates & New FrontiersHomework
Solutions
  • Textbook I, Chapter 13
  • Textbook III, Chapter 7
Brian Wood/Jeffrey Linsky Stellar Winds and Their Interaction with the Variable ISMHomework
  • Textbook III, Chapter 8
  • Textbook III, Chapter 9
  • Textbook IV, Chapter 3
2013
Speaker Presentations
Fran Bagenal Comparative Magnetospheres: Planets and Their SatellitesHomework
  • Textbook I, Chapter 10
  • Textbook I, Chapter 13
Daniel Baker Energetic Particles and Their Impacts Around the Heliosphere
  • Textbook II, Chapter 2
  • Textbook II, Chapter 13
  • Textbook II, Chapter 14
Mario Bisi Planetary and Solar Radio Occultation/Scintillations
* Planetary and Solar Radio Occultation/Scintillations: Additional Material

Brief Quasar History Twinkle-Twinkle
Stephen Bougher ITM Physics of Terrestrial Planets (Including GMD Couplings from Above and Atmospheric from Below)Homework
  • Textbook I, Chapter 12
  • Textbook II, Chapter 12
  • Textbook III, Chapter 13
  • Textbook III, Chapter 14
David Burgess Shocks and Energetic Particles: Corona, Wind, Planets, Solar SystemHomework
Solutions
  • Textbook II, Chapter 7
  • Textbook II, Chapter 8
Terry Forbes Magnetic Energy Conversion Processes in the Sun and PlanetsHomework
Solutions
  • Textbook II, Chapter 5
  • Textbook II, Chapter 6
  • Textbook II, Chapter 10
Marina Galand Planetary Outer Atmospheres: Interfaces from Atmospheres to MagnetospheresHomework
  • Textbook I, Chapter 11
Joe Giacalone Galactic Cosmic Rays: Sources, Propagation, Entry Throughout Solar System
Galactic Cosmic Rays: Sources, Propagation, Entry Throughout Solar System
Homework
  • Textbook II, Chapter 11
  • Textbook III, Chapter 9
Nicholas Gross Lab 1: Tracking a Storm
Lab 2: Solar Wind Variation Throughout the Heliosphere

Lab 3: Magnetosphere 1: A Different Magnetosphere

Lab 4: Magnetosphere 2: A Magnetosphere in Different Places

Lab 5: Ionospheres
Mihaly Horanyi Dusty Plasmas in the Solar SystemHomework
Norbert Jakowski Radio Wave Propagation for Communication and Probing; Ionospheric Scintillation
Norbert Krupp Comparative Energetic Particle Environments (SEP/GCR/Local)
Mark Moldwin Introduction to Heliophysics System Physics: Processes and Environments, Similarities and DifferencesHomework
  • Textbook I, Chapter 1
  • Textbook I, Chapter 2
  • Textbook II, Chapter 1
  • Textbook III, Chapter 1
Karel Schrijver Solar Spectral Irradiation & Wind Over Time Scales up to a DecadeHomework
Solutions
  • Textbook I, Chapter 8
  • Textbook I, Chapter 9
  • Textbook III, Chapter 2
  • Textbook III, Chapter 8
  • Textbook III, Chapter 10
Sabine Stanley Dynamos in Planets and StarsHomework
  • Textbook I, Chapter 3
  • Textbook III, Chapter 5
  • Textbook III, Chapter 6
  • Textbook III, Chapter 7
Kent Tobiska Impacts of Space Weather
2012
Speaker Presentations
Daniel Baker An Overview of Heliophysical Exploration
  • Textbook I, Chapter 2
Amitava Bhattacharjee Basic Plasma Concepts and Models
Amitava Bhattacharjee Magnetic ReconnectionHomework
Solutions
  • Textbook I, Chapter 4
  • Textbook I, Chapter 5
  • Textbook II, Chapter 5
  • Textbook II, Chapter 6
David Boteler The Impact of Space Weather on the Electric Power Grid
  • Textbook II, Chapter 2
Benjamin Chandran Introduction to Turbulence and Heating in the Solar Wind
Homework
  • Textbook I, Chapter 7
Eric Donovan The Substorm: An Introduction to the Topic in the THEMIS Era
The Substorm: An Introduction to the Topic in the THEMIS Era Primer
Homework
  • Textbook II, Chapter 10
  • Textbook II, Chapter 12
John Dorelli Earth’s MagnetosphereHomework
  • Textbook I, Chapter 10
  • Textbook I, Chapter 11
  • Textbook II, Chapter 10
Kevin Forbes Establishing the Economic Impacts of Space Weather: The Case of Electricity
  • Textbook II, Chapter 2
Nicholas Gross Lab 1: Investigating the Magnetosphere
Lab 2: The Dynamic Magnetosphere

Lab 3: Solar Activity

Lab 4: Exploring the Structure of the Solar Wind
Philip Judge Physics of the Solar ChromosphereHomework
  • Textbook I, Chapter 12
Justin Kasper The Solar WindHomework
Solutions
  • Textbook III, Chapter 8
Dana Longcope Shocks in HeliophysicsHomework
  • Textbook II, Chapter 7
  • Textbook II, Chapter 8
Sten Odenwald Space Weather: Impacts, Mitigation & Forecasting
Space Weather and Its Societal Impacts
  • Textbook II, Chapter 2
Karel Schrijver The Solar Atmosphere
  • Textbook II, Chapter 5
  • Textbook II, Chapter 6
  • Textbook III, Chapter 2
Yuri Shprits Radiation BeltsHomework
  • Textbook II, Chapter 11
Jan Sojka The Ionosphere-Thermosphere
  • Textbook I, Chapter 12
  • Textbook III, Chapter 13
2011
Speaker Presentations
Fran Bagenal Formation & Habitability of Planets
Homework
  • Textbook III, Chapter 4
Fran Bagenal Dynamos and Magnetospheres of the Planets
  • Textbook I, Chapter 13
  • Textbook III, Chapter 7
Amitava Bhattacharjee Basic Plasma Concepts and Models
  • Textbook II, Chapter 11
Jack Gosling Structure and Evolution of the Three Dimensional Solar Wind
Homework
Solutions
  • Textbook I, Chapter 9
Randy Jokipii Cosmic Rays
Homework
  • Textbook II, Chapter 9
Greg Kopp Solar Irradiances
  • Textbook III, Chapter 10
Greg Kopp Solar Variability and Earth’s Climate
  • Textbook III, Chapter 11
  • Textbook III, Chapter 12
Dana Longcope Introduction to Heliophysics
Mark Miesch Lab: Solar Convection and Dynamo
Mark Miesch Solar Convection and the Solar Dynamo
Homework
Solutions
  • Textbook III, Chapter 5
  • Textbook III, Chapter 6
Matthias Rempel Creation and Destruction of Magnetic Fields
Homework
Solutions
  • Textbook I, Chapter 3
Jan Sojka The Earth's Ionosphere
Long Term Evolution of Geospace Climate
Homework
  • Textbook I, Chapter 12
  • Textbook III, Chapter 13
Frank Toffoletto Solar Wind/Magnetosphere Coupling
Homework
  • Textbook I, Chapter 11
  • Textbook II, Chapter 10
Frank Toffoletto Lab: Magnetosphere
2010
Speaker Presentations
Daniel Baker Space Weather Effects - PP
Space Weather Effects - PDF
  • Textbook II, Chapter 14
Timothy Bastian Radiative Signatures of Energetic Particles
Homework
  • Textbook II, Chapter 4
Amitava Bhattacharjee Introductory Lecture I: Basic Plasma Concepts/Plasma Models
Community Coordinated Modeling Center Lab 1: Introduction to CCMC tools and services
Community Coordinated Modeling Center Lab 2: CCMC Sun to L1 Lab
Community Coordinated Modeling Center Lab 3: CCMC - L1 into Geospace
Terry Forbes Models of Flares and CMEs
Homework
  • Textbook I, Chapter 5
  • Textbook II, Chapter 6
Timothy Fuller-Rowell Ionosphere thermosphere response
Homework
Solutions
  • Textbook II, Chapter 12
J. Grebowsky IT Science Overlay
David Klumpar Detection of Energetic Particles
Homework
  • Textbook II, Chapter 3
Janet Kozyra The Complete Disturbance: Energy Transport
  • Textbook I, Chapter 2
Marty Lee Particle Acceleration in Shocks
Homework
Solutions
  • Textbook I, Chapter 8
  • Textbook II, Chapter 8
Michael Liemohn Energization of Trapped Particles
Homework
  • Textbook II, Chapter 11
Dana Longcope Magnetic Reconnection
  • Textbook I, Chapter 1
  • Textbook I, Chapter 4
  • Textbook I, Chapter 5
NASA
Merav Opher Shocks in Heliophysics
Homework
Solutions
  • Textbook I, Chapter 7
  • Textbook II, Chapter 7
Jan Sojka Introductory Lecture II: An Overview of Space Storms
Harlan Spence Particle Effects on Humans and Biological Tissues - PP
Particle Effects on Humans and Biological Tissues - PDF
  • Textbook II, Chapter 13
Vytenis Vasyliunas Planetary magnetospheres
Homework
Solutions
  • Textbook I, Chapter 10
  • Textbook II, Chapter 10
2009
Speaker Presentations
Caspar M. Ammann Climate Models of Earth and Planets
Juerg Beer Evidence of external influences on planetary climates
Donald Brownlee Planetary Habitability
The Drake Equation
Paul Charbonneau Solar and Stellar Dynamo Models
Ulrich Christensen Planetary Magnetic Fields and Dynamos
Thomas Crowley A Vintage 2009 Assessment of the Sun-Climate Connection in Paleoclimate Records
Lee Hartmann Formation of Stars and Their Planets
Randy Jokipii The Evolving Heliosphere and its Particle Environment
Homework
Solutions
  • Textbook II, Chapter 9
  • Textbook III, Chapter 3
  • Textbook III, Chapter 8
  • Textbook III, Chapter 9
Judith Lean Solar Total and Spectral Irradiance Measurements and Models: A Users Guide
Mark Miesch Solar Internal Flows and Dynamo Action
  • Textbook III, Chapter 5
Karel Schrijver Long-Term Evolution of Magnetic Activity of Sun-Like Stars
Impact Generated Shockwaves are Proposed for the Origin of Sunspots to Explain the Detected Planetary Correlations with Solar Activity

Extreme-Ultraviolet Flare Activity in Late-Type Stars

Twenty-Seven Day Recurrences in Terrestrial Magnetic and Solar Activity, 1923-1933

On a Transition from Solar-Like Coronae to Rotation-Dominated Jovian-Like Magnetospheres in Ultracool Main-Sequence Stars
George Siscoe The Palemagnetoshere
Jan Sojka Long-Term Evolution of the Geospace Climate
Stan Solomon Ionospheres of the Terrestrial Planets
2008
Speaker Presentations
Krauss-Varban Dietmar ECP II: Shock Acceleration
  • Textbook II, Chapter 8
Krauss-Varban Dietmar Lab: Hybrid Simulations: Numerical Details and Current Applications
Terry Forbes ECP (Energy Conversion Processes) I: Buildup to Instability Then Explosive Conversion
  • Textbook II, Chapter 6
Timothy Fuller-Rowell EM Flare Radiation and Atmospheric Response: ITM and Chromosphere
  • Textbook II, Chapter 12
Goerge Gloeckler Energetic Particles and their Detection in Situ (Particle Detectors) 1
Energetic Particles and their Detection in Situ (Particle Detectors) 2

Energetic Particles and their Detection in Situ (Particle Detectors) 3
  • Textbook II, Chapter 3
Janet Green ECP II: Energization of Trapped Particles in Planetary Radiation Belts
  • Textbook II, Chapter 11
Hugh Hudson Observations of Solar and Stellar Eruptions, Flares, and Jets
  • Textbook II, Chapter 5
Merav Opher The Varieties of Shocks: Coronal, CME, CIR, Heliospheric, and Planetary
George Siscoe Lab: The Chapman-Feraro Problem
Alan Tribble Particle Interaction with Technology
  • Textbook II, Chapter 14
Vytenis Vasyliunas Application of ECP I: Magnetic (Sub-)Storms, and Planetary Counterparts
  • Textbook II, Chapter 10
Richard Walterscheid Waves in Planetary Atmospheres
  • Textbook III, Chapter 15
2007
Speaker Presentations
Caspar M. Ammann Solar Variability and Earth’s Climate
Fran Bagenal A Casebook of Universal Plasma Processes 1
A Casebook of Universal Plasma Processes 2
Tom Bogdan A Gentle Introduction to Heliophysics
  • Textbook I, Chapter 2
Mihir Desai Energetic Particles from Solar Explosions
Terry Forbes Magnetic Reconnection
CME's and Flares
  • Textbook I, Chapter 5
Michael Gehmeyr Introduction to CISM_DX and Overview of OpenDX
Viggo Hansteen The Solar Atmosphere
Thermally Driven Winds
  • Textbook I, Chapter 8
  • Textbook I, Chapter 9
Dana Longcope Magnetic Field Topology
  • Textbook I, Chapter 4
Mark Moldwin Magnetic Flux Ropes in Space Plasmas
Homework
Solutions
  • Textbook I, Chapter 6
Matthias Rempel Creation and Destruction of Magnetic Fields 1
Creation and Destruction of Magnetic Fields 2
  • Textbook I, Chapter 3
Karel Schrijver Tutorial: The Magnetic Connection Between the Sun and the Heliosphere
George Siscoe Lab: A Tour of the Magnetosphere with CCMC Models
Chuck Smith Turbulence in Space Plasmas
Frank Toffoletto Solar Wind Magnetosphere Coupling
Geomagnetic Storms and Substorms