第1回国際シンポジウム PSTEP-1 を実施 (2016.1.13-14)

本領域では第1回国際シンポジウムPSTEP-1 “Toward the Solar-Terrestrial Environment Prediction as Science and Social Infrastructure”を、名古屋大学ESホールにおいて、2016年1月13~14日に名古屋大学宇宙地球環境研究所との共催で実施しました。この国際シンポジウムには100余名の研究者が国内外から集まり、講演・討論会・ポスター発表を通し、太陽地球圏環境予測に関する最新の研究と国際連携の在り方などについて活発な議論を展開しました。本領域ではこの国際シンポジウムの成果をもとに、積極的な国際展開を目指していく予定です。

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International Symposium PSTEP-1
 
Toward the Solar-Terrestrial Environment Prediction as
Science and Social Infrastructure

Date: January 13 (Wed) – 14 (Thu), 2016

Venue: ES Hall in Higashiyama campus of Nagoya University.

  MAP: http://en.nagoya-u.ac.jp/map/

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  URL: http://www.pstep.jp/information_en/events_en/151021_en.html

Organizer / Host: Project for Solar-Terrestrial Environment Prediction (PSTEP)

Co-host: Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research (ISEE), Nagoya University

  PSTEP is a nation-wide project, which was recently established with the support of the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas from MEXT/Japan. In this project, we are aiming for synergistic development of the solar-terrestrial science research and the next generation space weather forecast. The 1st PSTEP International Symposium is a forum to discuss the current status and future prospect of solar-terrestrial environment prediction, and also provides a valuable opportunity to formulate the international joint research planning for space weather and space climate study. We welcome everyone who is interested in solar-terrestrial environment prediction.

Science organizing committee:
 Kanya Kusano, Mamoru Ishii, Kiyoshi Ichimoto, Yoshizumi Miyoshi, Shigeo Yoden, Kazuo Shiokawa, Shinsuke Imada

Contact: inquiry@pstep.jp (PSTEP Secretariat, Nagoya University)

Program: (Time allocation is given as presentation + discussion in min)

12 Jan (Tue)

17:00-18:00         Registration (ES Hall, Nagoya University)

18:00-19:00         Icebreaker (Restaurant chez Jiroud, Nagoya University) 

13 Jan (Wed)

9:00-9:30 Registration

9:30-11:05

Session 0. Project overview

Kanya Kusano (PI of PSTEP, Nagoya University, Japan) (15+10)
       The PSTEP project

Session 1. Next Generation Space Weather Forecast

Mamoru Ishii (group leader of PSTEP-A01, NICT, Japan) (20+15)
        Goal and strategy of the PSTEP-A01: Next generation space weather forecast

Terry Onsager (NOAA, USA) (20+15)
        Establishing priorities for improving space weather forecasts

11:05-12:05 Group photo & Poster session

12:05-13:00 Lunch

13:00-15:45

Zahra Bouya (BoM, Australia) (20+15)
        Data driven models in support of SWS activities for
              regional ionospheric specification and forecasting

Tsutomu Nagatsuma (NICT, Japan) (10+10)
        Toward mitigating impact of spacecraft charging problem

Hiroshi Yasuda (Hiroshima University, Japan) (10+10)
              Radiation protection of humans in space and aviation: Current states and future needs on the warning system for aviation exposure to SEP (WASAVIES)

Session 2. Prediction of solar storms

Kiyoshi Ichimoto (group leader of PSTEP-A02, Kyoto Univ., Japan) (20+15)
        Goal and strategy of the PSTEP-A02: Toward the advanced               prediction of  solar storm

K. D. Leka (NorthWest Research Associates, USA) (20+15)
        The present state of forecasting solar flares

Takayuki Muranushi (RIKEN, Japan) (10+10)
        An automated solar flare forecast service using UFCORIN

15:45-16:10 Coffee break

16:10-18:00 

Yong-Jae Moon (Kyung Hee University, Korea) (20+15)
        Lessons from empirical and neural network space weather forecast models

Dusan Odstrcil (George Mason University, USA) (20+15)
        Near real-time simulation of heliospheric space weather

Bernie Jackson (UCSD, USA) (10+10)
        Using world interplanetary scintillation systems for space weather predictions

Daikou Shiota (Nagoya Univ., Japan) (10+10)
        MHD simulation of interplanetary propagation of multiple coronal mass ejections with internal magnetic flux rope (SUSANOO-CME)

18:30-20:30 Conference dinner (Restaurant HANA-NO-KI, Nagoya University)

14 Jan (Thu)

9:30-11:55

Session 3. Prediction of magnetosphere and ionosphere dynamics

Yoshizumi Miyoshi (group leader of PSTEP-A03, Nagoya Univ. Japan) (20+15)
        Goal and strategy of the PSTEP-A03:  Prediction of magnetosphere and ionosphere dynamics

Tamas I. Gombosi (University of Michigan, USA) (20+15)
        Space weather modeling at Michigan: From concept to operations

Endawoke Yizengaw (Boston College, USA) (20+15)
        The geomagnetically induced currents at the equator associated with the interplanetary shocks

Kazuo Shiokawa (Nagoya University, Japan) (10+10)
              Ionosphere subgroup of PSTEP A03 (Geospace Dynamics)

Shinichi Watari (NICT, Japan) (10+10)
              Measurement of geomagnetically induced current in Japan

11:55-13:00 Lunch

13:00-14:45

Session 4. Prediction and understanding of solar cycle activity and its impact on climate

Shigeo Yoden (group leader of PSTEP-A04, Kyoto Univ., Japan) (20+15)
        Goal and strategy of the PSTEP-A04: Prediction and understanding of solar cycle activity and its impact on climate

Margit Haberreiter (PMOD/ World Radiation Center, Switzerland) (20+15)
        Eleven-year and long-term variations in solar UV radiation and its effect on the Earth’s atmosphere and climate

Limin Zhou (East China Normal University, China) (20+15)
        The possible link between space weather and earth weather and climate by global electric circuit

14:45-15:30 Poster viewing

15:30-17:30

Dan Marsh (NCAR, USA) (20+15)
        Whole atmosphere modeling of solar-terrestrial coupling

Hidekatsu Jin (NICT, Japan) (10+10)
              Vertical atmospheric coupling studied with a whole atmosphere-ionosphere coupled model GAIA

Hiroko Miyahara (Musashino Art University, Japan) (10+10)
              Investigating the cosmic-ray impact on climate in the past

Session 5. General Discussion and concluding remark (45)

17:30 end of the symposium

Posters

No.

Name

Title

1

Tsutomu Nagatsuma

Nowcasting of space environment around GEO based on Energetic Particle Observations by GOES, Himawari-8, and Kodama

2

Daikou Shiota

Development plan of an interconnection framework for space weather models in PSTEP

3

Shunya Kono

Reflection and Mode Conversion of Alfven Wave in the Solar Chromosphere

4

Shinsuke Takasao

Systematic Numerical Study of Origin of Flare-productive Active Regions

5

Takako T. Ishii

Observations with Solar Magnetic Activity Research Telescope (SMART) at Hida Obs., Kyoto-U.

6

Naoto Nishizuka

Solar Flare Prediction with Machine-learning of Real-time Vector Magnetogram Data

7

Kumi Hirose

Filament Disappearances Observed with SMART, Hida Observatory

8

Yuki Kubo

Newly developed solar radio telescope for space weather forecast and research

9

Hiroaki Misawa

Development of a new solar radio telescope in the HF to VHF band

10

Kazutaka Kaneda

Relationship between Solar Eruptive Phenomena and the Spectral Fine Structure in Solar Radio Bursts

11

Sachiko Akiyama

A Comparative Study of Eruptive and Confined Solar Flares using Microwave

12

Seiji Yashiro

Propagation of Coronal Mass Ejections and the Solar Wind Speeds Estimated from the IPS Observations

13

Katsuhide Marubashi

Problems in geomagnetic storm prediction based on interplanetary magnetic flux ropes

14

Tomoya Iju

Three dimensional MHD Simulation of CME-CIR Interaction

15

Nishiki Nozaki

Statistical studies for prediction of IMF-Bz (1)

16

Nobuhiko Nishimura

Statistical studies for prediction of IMF-Bz (2)

17

Naoko Takahashi

Global evolution and propagation of electric fields during sudden impulses based on multi-point observations

18

Satoshi Kurita

Relativistic electron microbursts and flux variations of trapped MeV electrons: SAMPEX and Van Allen Probes observations

19

Masahiro Kitahara

Wave-Particle Interaction Analyzer for interaction between whistler-mode chorus emissions and energetic electrons

20

Yuto Katoh

Dependencies of the generation process of whistler-mode chorus on the kinetic energy of anisotropic electrons in the Earth's inner magnetosphere

21

Shoya Matsuda

Plasma Diagnostics in Plasmasphere by Using Ion Cyclotron Whistlers

22

Akiko Fujimoto

Space weather environment index based on ICSWSE magnetometer network

23

Masaki Kuwabara

The geocoronal responses to the geomagnetic storms

24

Takahiro Obara

Mechanisms of theta aurora formation

25

Takashi Kikuchi

GIC as a return of the global ionospheric currents

26

Prayitno Abadi

East-west Asymmetry of Scintillation Occurrence observed by GPS Receivers in Asia

27

Tam Dao

F-region Field-aligned Irregularities observed with Equatorial Atmosphere Radar and GPS data

28

Kornyanat  Watthanasangmechai

Small amplitude plasma bubble clusters observed in Southeast Asia

29

Hiroyuki Shinagawa

Estimation of Occurrence Probabilities of Plasma Bubbles and Sporadic E layers Using GAIA

30

Nozomu Nishitani

SuperDARN observation of ionospheric density changes associated with solar flares and energetic particle precipitation

31

Yusuke Ebihara

Study on GIC on the Japanese Islands

32

Shigeru Fujita

Estimation of the geomagnetically induced current in Japan

– modeling of the induced electric field and empirical estimation of the induced current at a transformer station –

33

Tada-nori Goto

Review of crustal structure in and around the Japan island obtained by magnetotelluric soundings

34

Hiroki Matsushita

Development of dense magnetometer array in Peru for investigating detailed structure of EEJ

35

Wataru Sakashita

Tree-ring cellulose oxygen isotopes evidence for a humid climate in central Japan during the last stage of the Little Ice Age

36

Yasushi Muraki

The 11-year variation recorded in Yaku cedar tree ring–What does this mean?

37

Harufumi Tamazawa

Database of naked-eye sunspot and low-latitude aurora in pre-telescopic era recorded in the ancient documents

38

Ayumi Asai

Solar ultraviolet radiation estimated from solar images

(Rev. 2016.01.14a)