Whole Heliosphere and Planetary Interactions Workshop Agenda

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Whole Heliosphere and Planetary Interactions Workshop
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13 - 17 September, 2021
13 September, 2021 to 17 September, 2021
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Monday, September 13    Tuesday, September 14    Wednesday, September 15    Thursday, September 16    Friday, September 17

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Monday, September 13
Time (US MDT) Session/Title Presenter Presentation
8:00 to 1:00

Data Collection Day

Schedule and Details

Barbara Thompson

Ian Hewins

Tuesday, September 14
Time (US MDT) Session/Title Presenter Presentation
8:00 to 9:45

Session 1

Chairs: Barbara Thompson and Ian Hewins

8:00 to 8:15

Introduction and Goals for the Workshop 

Sarah Gibson 

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8:15 to 8:30

Overview of Working Groups (WGs) from WG Leads

Robert Allen, Giuliana de Toma, Gina DiBraccio, Heather Elliott, Rachael Filwett, Mary Hudson, Carlos Martinis, Liying Qian

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8:30 to 9:00

Scene Setting - WG1: Characterizing the Whole Heliosphere at Solar Minimum 

Characterizing the Whole Heliopshere at Solar Minimum - What We've Learnt from Data and Models

Pete Riley

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9:00 to 9:30

Scene Setting - WG2: Origins and Impacts of High-Speed Solar Wind Streams (HSS) 

Solar Cycle Variability in Coronal Holes and their Effects on Solar Wind Sources

Modeling the Acceleration and Transport of Energetic Particles in the Vicinity of High-Speed Solar Wind Streams

Janet Luhmann and Nicolas Wijsen

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9:30 to 9:45

Break

9:45 to 10:45

Session 2

Chairs: Sarah Gibson and Barbara Thompson

9:45 to 10:45

WHPI Model and Data Assessment Discussion

Sarah Gibson

Barbara Thompson

10:45 to 11:55

Session 3

Chairs: Heather Elliott and Carlos Martinis

WG1 Focused Topic: Sun-Heliosphere Mosaic

10:45 to 10:55 The Sun - Heliosphere Mosaic; Welcome to Solar Minimum 24 - 25 Ian
Hewins

HAO/NCAR
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10:55 to 11:05 Large-scale Structure and Turbulence Transport during Solar Minimum – Comparison of Parker Solar Probe’s First Five Orbits with a Global 3D Reynolds-averaged MHD Model Rohit
Chhiber

University of Delaware & NASA GSFC
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11:05 to 11:15 Three-Dimensional Tomographic Reconstruction of CR-2219 and CR-2223 Alberto Marcos
Vasquez

Instituto de Astronomía y Física del Espacio (UBA-CONICET), Ciudad Autonoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina
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11:15 to 11:45

WG1 Focused Topic: Sun-Heliosphere Mosaic Discussion

11:45 to 11:55

Break

11:55 to 1:00

Session 4

Chairs: Robert Allen and Mary Hudson

WG2 Focused Topic: HSS - From Coronal Holes through Interplanetary Space

11:55 to 12:05 The ISWAT Coronal Hole Boundary Working Team Karin
Muglach

NASA GSFC, CUA
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12:05 to 12:15 How to estimate the far-side open flux using STEREO coronal holes Stephan G.
Heinemann

Max-Planck-Institut für Sonnensystemforschung, Justus-von-Liebig-Weg 3, 37077Göttingen, Germany
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12:15 to 12:25 How the area of coronal holes affects the properties of high speed solar wind streams near Earth Stefan
Hofmeister

Columbia Astrophysics Laboratory, Columbia University, New York, NY-10027, USA
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12:25 to 12:35 Correlating the Solar Wind and Coronal Holes from Different Viewpoints Barbara
Emery

HAO/NCAR
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12:35 to 12:55

WG2 Focused Topic: HSS - From Coronal Holes through Interplanetary Space Discussion

12:55 to 1:00

Wrap Up/Closing Remarks

1:00 to 3:00

Ice breaker activity

Wednesday, September 15
Time (US MDT) Session/Title Presenter Presentation
8:00 to 9:45

Session 5

Chairs: Fran Bagenal and Nour Raouafi

8:00 to 8:15

Accessing Virtual Resources

Barbara Thompson and Ian Hewins

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8:15 to 8:30

Overview of Campaigns

Giuliana de Toma

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8:30 to 9:00

Scene Setting - WG3: Comparative Solar Minima

The Sun and the Heliosphere at Solar Cycle Minima Past and Present

Comparative Solar Minima

David Hathaway and Janet Kozyra

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9:00 to 9:30

Scene Setting - WG4: Solar Activity throughout the Heliosphere

Impacts and Effects of Solar Eruptive Events on Planets in the Inner Heliosphere - An Overview

Christina Lee

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9:30 to 9:45

Break

9:45 to 10:45

Session 6

Chairs: Robert Allen and Ryan McGranaghan

9:45 to 10:45

WHPI Model and Data Assessment Discussion

10:45 to 11:55

Session 7

Chairs: Giuliana de Toma and Liying Qian

WG3 Focused Topic: Space Age Solar Minima

10:45 to 10:55 Comparative Solar Minima – Observed Effects on the Earth’s Mesosphere and Thermosphere Marty
Mlynczak

NASA Langley Research Center
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10:55 to 11:05 Comparing Solar Minimum 24/25 with Historical Solar Wind Records at 1 AU Lan
Jian

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
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11:05 to 11:15 Comparative analysis of EUV solar radiation proxies during minimum activity levels Ana G.
Elias

INFINOA (CONICET-UNT) & Laboratorio de Ionosfera, Atmosfera Neutra y Magnetosfera (LIANM), Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Tecnologia (FACET), Universidad Nacional de Tucuman (UNT)
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11:15 to 11:45

WG3 Focused Topic: Space Age Solar Minima Discussion

11:45 to 11:55

Break

11:55 to 1:00

Session 8

Chairs: Gina DiBraccio and Rachael Filwett

WG4 Connecting Activity across the Heliopshere

11:55 to 12:05 Tracking an interplanetary coronal mass ejection through the solar system Olivier
Witasse

European Space Agency, ESTEC, the Netherlands
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12:05 to 12:15 Heliospheric Modeling Opportunities at the Community Coordinated Modeling Center Leila
Mays

GSFC
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12:15 to 12:25 A generalized Magnetospheric Disturbance Index: utilizing an artificial neural network to scale to large mission datasets Jacob
Gruesbeck

NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
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12:25 to 12:35 Effects of the solar cycle variations on the solar wind flows in the outer heliosphere and global dynamics Elena
Provornikova

JHU APL
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12:35 to 12:55

WG4 Focused Topic: Connecting Activity across the Heliopshere Discussion

12:55 to 1:00

Wrap Up/Closing Remarks

Thursday, September 16
Time (US MDT) Session/Title Presenter Presentation
8:00 to 8:05

Introduction

Sarah Gibson 

8:05 to 9:05

Session 9

Chairs: Gina DiBraccio and Rachael Filwett

WG4 Focused Topic - Specific Events During WHPI

8:05 to 8:15 Parker Solar Probe observations of interaction of slow streamer blow-out CMEs with their surroundings at ~0.5 AU Emilia
Kilpua

University of Helsinki, Finland
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8:15 to 8:25 Using planetary missions to identify and follow transient structures in the solar wind Erika
Palmerio

UC Berkeley & UCAR
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8:25 to 9:05

WG4 Focused Topic - Specific Events During WHPI Discussion

9:05 to 10:20

Session 10

Chairs: Robert Allen and Mary Hudson

WG2 Focused Topic - Impacts of HSS to Planetary Systems

9:05 to 9:15 MHD-test particles simulations of moderate CME and CIR-driven geomagnetic storms at solar minimum Mary
Hudson

Dartmouth/NCAR
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9:15 to 9:25 Ionosphere-Thermosphere Response to Pronounced High-Speed Streams observed by Ocean-Based TEC receivers and Swarm-C Federico
Gasperini

ASTRA LLC
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9:25 to 10:05

WG2 Focused Topic - Impacts of HSS to Planetary Systems Discussion

10:05 to 10:20

Break

10:20 to 1:00

Session 11

Chairs: Giuliana de Toma and Liying Qian

10:20 to 12:00

Poster Session

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Allen, Buatthaisong, Chen, Choraghe, Emery-Geiger, Hewins, Kumae Sondhiya, Li, Mis, Muangha, Nicoli, Rathore, Rodriguez, Temmer, Wilson

12:00 to 12:55

WHPI Collaboration Planning Discussion

12:55 to 1:00

Wrap Up/Closing Remarks

Friday, September 17
Time (US MDT) Session/Title Presenter Presentation
8:00 to 8:05

Introduction

Barbara Thompson

8:05 to 9:05

Session 12

Chairs: Heather Elliott and Carlos Martinis

WG1 Focused Topics - "Quiet time" Impacts on Planets

8:05 to 8:15 The Origins of Long-Term Variability in Martian Upper Atmospheric Densities Xiaohua
Fang

University of Colorado Boulder, LASP
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8:15 to 8:25 Variations in thermosphere composition and ionosphere total electron content under 'geomagnetically quiet' conditions at solar-minimum xuguang
cai

HAO, NCAR
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8:25 to 8:35 UCSD Iterative Interplanetary Scintillation (IPS) Analyses During the BepiColombo - Solar Orbiter Venus Close Pass of 10 August 2021 Bernard
Jackson

Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences, University of California at San Diego
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8:35 to 8:45 Quiet-sun planetary magnetospheres Daniel J.
Gershman

NASA
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8:45 to 9:05

WG1 Focused Topic - "Quiet time" Impacts on Planets Discussion

9:05 to 10:20

Session 13

Chairs: Giuliana de Toma and Liying Qian

9:05 to 10:05

WG3 Focused Topic - Panel: “Maunder Minimum, long term solar variability from historical records, and impact on climate”

Natalie Krivova, Judith Lean, Hanli Liu, Matthias Rempel, Leif Svalgaard, Ilya Usoskin

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10:05 to 10:20

Break

10:20 to 1:00

Session 14

Chairs: Sarah Gibson and Barbara Thompson

10:20 to 12:00

Poster Session

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Abbo, Alterman, Bilenko, Bregou, Buitrago-Casas, de Toma, Glboa, Kooi, Marchenko, Mayyasi, McEntee, Poopakun, Snow, Thiemann

12:00 to 12:55

Plenary Collaboration Planning

12:55 to 1:00

Wrap Up/Closing Remarks

Posters

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Thursday, September 16
Poster Title Presenter Poster
22-Year Variations in Coronal Holes over Five Solar Cycles during Solar Minima Barbara Emery, HAO/NCAR
3D MHD study of the Earth magnetosphere response during extreme space weather conditions Jacobo Varela Rodriguez, University Carlos III of Madrid
A Study on effect of solar activity features Balveer S Rathore, Govt. College Nasrullaganj, Distt. Sehore M.P. (India)
AI for Mini-filament Eruption and Coronal Jet Occurrence Correlation Thomas Chen, Academy for Mathematics, Science, and Engineering
Constraining the CME core heating and energy budget with SOHO/UVCS Maurice Wilson, Harvard University
Cosmic Ray Intensity and Spectral Changes during 27-day Variations Compared with Heliospheric Parameters Using Time-Delay Measurements from Antarctic Neutron Monitor Stations Pradiphat Muangha, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Bangkok 10400, Thailand; National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand (NARIT), Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
Diurnal anisotropy enhancement due to non-local effects of coronal mass ejections nutthawara buatthaisong, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Bangkok 10400, Thailand
High Speed Streams - From Coronal Holes to throughout the Heliosphere Ian Hewins, HAO/NCAR
iSWAT Cluster H1+2 "CME Propagation Through Ambient Solar Wind" Manuela Temmer, Institute of Physics, University of Graz
Radial dependence of CIR-associated suprathermal ions Robert Allen, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab
Solar Energetic Proton Access to the Inner Magnetosphere Zhao Li, Dartmouth College
Solar wind high-speed streams effects on the Brazilian low-latitude ionosphere during solar minimum Claudia Nicoli, National Institute for Space Research - INPE
Storm Time Variations in Component of Interplanetary Magnetic Field (By, Bz) and Solar Wind Parameters during Solar Cycle 24 Deepak Kumae Sondhiya, School of Sciences, SAGE University, Bhopal, India
Terrestrial high-power LF signals as contributing factors to natural AKR environment Tomasz Miś, Warsaw University od Technology
The study of an extended recovery of an ICME induced extreme geomagnetic storms. Komal Choraghe, Department of physics, University Of Mumbai, India.
Friday, September 17
Poster Title Presenter Poster
Assessing quiet Sun hard X-rays using observations from the FOXSI Sounding Rockets Juan Camilo Buitrago-Casas, Space Sciences Lab - UC Berkeley
Comparing Jupiter’s equatorial X-ray emissions with solar X-ray flux over 19 years of the Chandra mission Seán McEntee, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Ireland / Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Comparing the Variability of the of Earth and Mars Thermospheres during Solar Cycle 24 using Solar Occultations Ed Thiemann, University of Colorado, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
Influence of variations in the polar magnetic field on the parameters of the solar wind at the minima of solar activity Irina Bilenko, Sternberg Astronomical Institute, Moscow State University
Long term solar cycle dependence of inner zone proton flux Emily Bregou, NCAR High Altitude Observatory, Boulder, CO and University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Solar Cycle Variability of D and H Properties in the Upper Atmosphere of Mars Majd Mayyasi, Center for Space Physics, Boston University
Solar Irradiance at Solar Minima Martin Snow, South African National Space Agency
Solar Magnetic Polarity Effect on Neutron Monitor Count Rates from Latitude Surveys Versus Antarctic Stations Kledsai Poopakun, Department of Physics and Materials Science, Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
Solar observations with upgraded Siberian Radio Heliograph Mariia Globa, Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics SB RAS
Solar Wind Helium Abundance Heralds Solar Cycle Onset B. L. Alterman, SwRI
The overlap of Cycle 24 and 25 during the recent solar minimum Giuliana de Toma, NCAR/HAO
Updating Coronal Magnetic Field Models with Complementary Very Large Array and Parker Solar Probe Observations Jason Kooi, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
UV core dimming in coronal streamer belt and the projection effects Lucia Abbo, INAF-Astrophysical Observatory of Turin
Variability of the Total Solar Irradiance during Solar Minimum Sergey Marchenko, Science Systems and Applications, Inc. and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center