09:00 Opening Ceremony and Welcome / Opening Remarks
Master of Ceremony: Tohru Hada, Director of ICSWSE, Kyushu University, Japan
10:00 Keynote Addresses
Chairperson: Tohru Hada, Director of ICSWSE, Kyushu University, Japan
10:00 ICSWSE and the MAGDAS Project Akimasa Yoshikawa, ICSWSE, Kyushu University, Japan . .
10:30 NASA’s effort to characterize, understand and predict space weather events and international cooperation in space weather Madhulika Guhathakurta, NASA Heliophysics, United States . . .
11:00 Coffee/Tea Break - Group Photo
11:30 Workshop Introduction
11:30 United Nations Programme on Space Applications, Workshop Objectives and Practical Arrangements Werner Balogh United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs . . . . . .
13:15 Session 1: Space Weather Instrumentation
Chairperson: Takao Doi, United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs
Rapporteur: Maria Gracita Cardinal, Philippines
13:15 Solar radio spectrometer network e-Callisto Christian Monstein ETH Zurich, Switzerland . . .
13:30 Current status of the space weather study using the Global Muon Detector Network (GMDN) Kazuoki Munakata Shinshu University, Japan . . .
13:45 The MITRA as a solar and ionospheric instrument Girish Beeharry, Mauritius Radio Telescope/Physics Dept., University of Mauritius, Mauritius . . .
14:00 The TNU-SuperSID teaching module: enhancing student's knowledge in space science, Tan Le, Department of Physics, TayNguyen University, Vietnam . . .
14:15 CHAIN project: Typical Solar Active Phenomena Obtained with CHAIN’s Instruments and a New Solar Station in Saudi Arabia Satoru Ueno, Kyoto University, Japan . . .
14:30 Role of the ISWI - MAGDAS Bac Lieu Observatory in the space weather studies in Vietnam, Ha Duyen Chau, Institute of Geophysics, Viet Nam . . .
14:45 e-CALLISTO Station in Sri Lanka, Janaka Adassuriya, Arthur C Clarke Institute for Modern Technologies, Sri Lanka . . .
15:00 Coffee/Tea Break
15:30 Contributions of the Nobeyama Radioheliograph to space weather research Satoshi Masuda, Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University, Japan . . .
15:45 Using the NASA Heliophysics Virtual Observatories (VxOs) to Distribute ISWI Instrument Data Shing Fung, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, United States . . .
16:00 Recent MAGDAS activities in Australia, Richard Marshall, Bureau of Meteorology, Australia . . .
16:15 Study on the effects of space weather by complex measurements at Yakutsk Meridional Chain Stations, Dmitry Baishev, IKFIA, Russia . . .
16:30 Panel Discussion 1: ISWI Instrument Network and Future of ISWI
Chair: Nat Gopalswamy, NASA, United States . . .
Rapporteur: Elijah Olukayode Falayi, Nigeria
18:30 Ice Breaker Reception
09:00 Session 2: Solar Weather/National Activities
Chairperson: Terry Onsager, NOAA, United States
Rapporteur: Emad M. H.Takla , Egypt
09:00 Report of Space Weather Expert Group of Long-Term Sustainability Working Group under UN COPUOS Takahiro Obara, Tohoku University, Japan . . .
09:15 An overview of National Space Agency of Malaysia (ANGKASA) space weather research activities: past, present and future, Nyanasegari Bhoo Pathy, National Space Agency of Malaysia (ANGKASA), Malaysia . . .
09:30 Current status of space weather program in Indonesia, Clara Yono Yatini, LAPAN Space Science Center, National Institute of Aeronautics and Space, Indonesia . . .
09:45 Variability of the Sun and its terrestrial impact (VarSITI): SCOSTEP’s scientific program in 2014-2018, Kazuo Shiokawa, Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University, Japan . . .
10:00 UN COPUOS: New Space Weather Expert Group, Ian Mann, University of Alberta, Canada . . .
10:15 International Space Weather Initiative in Africa: Benefits, implications and some new scientific results, Babatunde Rabiu, Center for Atmospheric Research CAR, National Space Research and Development Agency NASRDA, Nigeria . . .
10:30 Network and products of the INPE's Space Weather program (EMBRACE), Joaquim Rezende Costa, INPE - National Institute for Space Research, Brazil . . .
10:45 Coffee/Tea Break
11:15 Session 3: Weak Solar Activity
Chairperson: Madhulika Guhathakurta, NASA Heliophysics, United States
Rapporteur: Magdi Elfadil Yousif Suliman , Sudan
11:15 Solar energetic particles and accompanied solar phenomena - statistical studies in solar cycle 23 and the rising half of solar cycle 24, Rositsa Miteva, Space Research and Technology Institute, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria . . .
11:30 Declining Solar Polar Fields and their Signatures in the Solar Wind: Implications to near Earth Space, Janardhan Padmanabhan, Physical Research Laboratory, India . . .
11:45 Weak Solar Activity in Cycle 24 and the Consequent Mild Space Weather, Nat Gopalswamy, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, United States . . .
12:00 93 Years of Geomagnetic Data Acquisition at Huancayo Observatory, Jose Kaname Ishitsuka, Geophysical Institute of Peru, Peru . . .
12:15 Session 4: Coupling Processes
Chairperson: Young-deuk Park, Korea Astronomy & Space Science Institute (KASI), Republic of Korea
Rapporteur: Mohamad Huzaimy Jusoh , Malaysia
12:15 Sun impacts on ionized layers and transient variations of the Earth magnetic field, Christine Amory, University Pierre and Marie Curie, France . . .
12:30 Observations of equatorial ionization anomaly over Africa during a year of deep minimum, Segun Olawale Bolaji, University of Lago, Nigeria . . .
12:45 TEC variability of low latitude ionosphere and role of dynamical coupling: quiet and storm time characteristics, Gebregiorgis Fikade, Mekelle University, Ethiopia . . .
13:00 Coordinated optical, radio and magnetic investigations of wave dynamics in the daytime upper atmosphere, Deepak Karan, Physical Research Laboratory, India . . .
14:00 Session 5: Magnetosphere, Ionosphere and Atmosphere
Chairperson: Ian Robert Mann, The University of Alberta, Canada
Rapporteur: Nurul Shazana binti Abdul Hamid , Malaysia
14:00 Role of ULF Waves in Ultra-relativistic Radiation Belt Dynamics: Explaining the 3rd belt, Ian Robert Mann, The University of Alberta, Canada . . .
14:15 On the correlation between geo-electric fields and GPS positioning errors, Paul Baki Olande, Technical University of Kenya, Kenya . . .
14:30 Characteristics of TEC perturbations observed over the mid-to-low latitude regions during geomagnetic storms, Patrick Sibanda, University of Zambia, Zambia . . .
14:45 Problems associated with ionosphere study by using tiny satellite, Koichiro Oyama, National Cheng Kung University/Kyushu University, Japan . . .
15:00 Ionospheric Scintillations and TEC Characteristics at Solar Minimum in a West African Equatorial Region Using GPS Data, Jean-Baptiste Ackah, University of Felix Houphöuet Boigny, Cote d’Ivoire . . .
15:15 Some variations of the ionospheric scintillation in Vietnam, Tran Lan, Institute of Geophysics, Vietnam . . .
15:30 Coffee/Tea Break
16:00 Signatures of solar event at middle and low latitudes in the Europe-African sector, during geomagnetic storms, October2013, Ilyasse Azzouzi, Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas (LPP) Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, Morocco . . .
16:15 Semiannual Variations of Ionospheric Chaoticity and Dynamical Complexity over the Equatorial Ionization Anomaly Region, Babalola Ogunsua, Department of Physics, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria . . .
16:30 Spatio-temporal characteristics of the Equatorial Ionization Anomaly (EIA) in the East African sector using ionospheric tomography, Gogie Tsegaye, Washera Geospace and Radar Science Laboratory, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia . . .
16:45 Geospace Exploration Project ERG, Yoshizumi Miyoshi, Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University, Japan . . .
17:00 Panel Discussion 2: International Cooperation in Space Weather
Chair: Terry Onsager, NOAA, United States . . .
Rapporteur: Nurul Shazana Abdul Hamid, Malaysia
Babatunde Rabiu, National Space Research and Development Agency NASRDA, Nigeria
Ivan Dorotovic, Slovak Central Observatory, Slovakia
Madhulika Guhathakurta, Office of Space Science, NASA, United States . . .
Koichiro Oyama, National Cheng Kung University/Kyushu University
Joaquim Rezende Costa, INPE - National Institute for Space Research, Brazil . . .
09:00-18:00 Full Day Workshop: Solar-Terrestrial Environment Data Analysis
The solar-terrestrial environment (STE) data analysis workshop is promoting collaborative analyses of observation and simulation data to study the cause-effect activities from the Sun to the Earth using latest space weather events. The workshop is held twice a year in Japan. We select three or four scientifically interesting events during the periods for detailed analysis. Presentations of analysis on the past remarkable geoeffective events are also welcome.
09:00 Session 6: Space Weather Impact and Awareness
Chairperson: Hans Haubold, United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (retired)
Rapporteur: Estelle Dirand, France
09:00 Geomagnetic disturbance effects in the geo-electric field variations at low latitude, Vafi Doumbia, UFR SSMT, Universite Felix Houphouet Boigny, Cote d’Ivoire . . . . . .
09:15 Magnetic and ionospheric observations in the Russian far East region during the magnetic storm of 5 April 2010 Dimitry Baishev, Yu.G.Shafer Institute of Cosmophysical Research and Aeronomy SB RAS, Russian Federation . . . . . .
09:30 Forecasting the electron fluxes at geosynchronous orbits via latitudinal global-mode Pc 5 pulsations: A statistical analyses comparison study, Magdi Elfadil Yousif Suliman, Sudan University of Science and Technology, Sudan . . . . . .
09:45 The role of MAGDAS-Sumatra to study Earthquake Precursors In Sumatra, Suaidi Ahadi, Indonesia . . . . . .
10:00 Possible Physical Mechanism between Solar Activity and Earthquake Events, Mohamad Huzaimy bin Jusoh, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia . . . . . .
10:15 Nonadditive Entropies: From Einstein to Space Weather, Constantino Tsallis, National Institute of Science and Technology for Complex Systems, Brazil . . . . . .
10:45 Coffee/Tea Break
11:15 Probing electromagnetic state of interplanetary space through measurements of cosmic ray diurnal anisotropy with GRAPES-3 tracking muon detector, Mohanty Pravata, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India . . . . . .
11:30 Panel Discussion 3 Space Weather Data Utilization and Operational Use
Chair: Shing Fung, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, United States . . . . . .
Rapporteur: Maria Gracita Cardinal, Philippines
Richard Marshall, Bureau of Meteorology, Australia
Satoshi Masuda, Nagoya University, Japan
Christian Monstein, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Terry Onsager, NOAA, United States
9:00 Session 7: Sun to Earth Space Weather Modelling
Chairperson: Akimasa Yoshikawa, ICSWSE, Kyushu University, Japan
Rapporteur: Elijah Olukayode Falayi, Tai Solarin University of Education, Nigeria
9:00 Statistical study of the relationship between the solar energetic particle events and associated solar phenomena Susan Stefan, NRIAG, Egypt . . . . . .
9:15 The Development of LEO-NEqO Trapped Particles Forecasting System, Gusrizal, Space Science Center, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Indonesia . . . . . .
9:30 Session 8: Hands-On Workshop organized by ICSWSE
Shuji Abe (ICSWSE, Kyushu University), Norio Umemura, Tomoaki Hori (STEL, Nagoya University), Satoru Ueno (Kwasan and Hida Observatories, Kyoto University), Shun Imajo (Kyushu University) and students of Kyushu University
09:30 Introduction to the IUGONET
09:50 How to install SPEDAS
10:10 How to operate SPEDAS VM - Part1
11:00 How to operate SPEDAS VM - Part2
11:50 Free discussion
13:30 Session 9: Observations, Recommendations and the Way Forward
Chairperson: Nat Gopalswamy, NASA, United States
13:30 Workshop Review, Observations and Recommendations, All Workshop Participants . . . . . .
15:00 Coffee/Tea Break
15:30 Discussion of Future Space Weather Activities, All Workshop Participants
16:00 Closing Session
Master of Ceremony: Akimasa Yoshikawa, Kyushu University, Japan
Closing Remarks by the organizers
o ICSWSE; o ISWI; o United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs
Poster Presentations Chairperson: George Maeda, ICSWSE, Kyushu University, Japan
UN-01 Abdul Hamid Nurul Shazana, Local Time and Longitudinal Dependence of Equatorial Electrojet Calculated from Ground-based Magnetometer National University of Malaysia; Malaysia . . .
UN-02 Ahmad Siti Noor, Characteristics of Ultra Low Frequency (ULF) and Very Low Frequency (VLF) due to the Space Weather Conditions Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM); Malaysia . . .
UN-03 Ahmed Abdalla Ahmed, Installation of the Flare Monitoring Telescope in Saudi Arabia as a New Member of CHAIN Project (Continuous H-alpha Imaging Network Project) King Saud University, Faculty of Science; Saudi Arabia . . .
UN-04 Ayaka Tano , The Comparison Between Champ Data and Gaia Model about Electron Density in the Ionosphere Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Kyushu University; Japan . . .
UN-05 Cabezas Denis, A "Dandelion" Filament Eruption and Coronal Waves Associated with the 2011 February 16th Solar Flare Centre for Radio Astronomy and Astrophysics, Sao Paulo; Peru . . .
UN-06 Dorotovic Ivan, Solar Radio Spectrometers in Slovakia Status Report Slovak Central Observatory, Hurbanovo; Slovakia . . .
UN-07 Estelle Dirand, Computer simulation on formation of ionospheric current system accompanied by the incidence of shear Alfvén waves to the ionosphere ENSTA ParisTech; France . . .
UN-08 Falayi Elijah Olukayode, A Study of variation in horizontal geomagnetic field during geomagnetic substorms at different latitudes Tai Solarin University of Education; Nigeria . . .
UN-09; Gogie Tsegaye;Spatio-temporal characteristics of the Equatorial Ionization Anomaly (EIA) in the East African region via ionospheric tomography during the year 2012 Bahir Dar University, Washera Geospace and Radar Science Laboratory; Ethiopia . . .
UN-10 Grodji Oswald Didier, Study of the Equatorial Electrojet (EEJ) effects along 2100 meridian magnetic, comparison results in West Africa (meridian 50W) Université Félix Houphouët Boigny de Cocody; Cote d’Ivoire . . .
UN-11 Hasanudin Hasanudin, Magnetic Calculator BMKG; Indonesia . . .
UN-12 Hiroki Matsushita, The features of vertical component of daily geomagnetic field during geomagnetic storm Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Kyushu University; Japan . . .
UN-13 Kaisei Akimoto, Characteristics of equatorial Pc 5 during electron flux enhancement Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Kyushu University; Japan . . .
UN-14 Keiichiro Fukazawa, Optimization of MHD Simulation for Space Weather to Many Core Processor Kyoto University; Japan . . .
UN-15 Kryakunova Olga, Ground-based experimental complex for Space Weather study in Kazakhstan: science and data product Institute of Ionosphere; Kazakhstan . . .
UN-16 Minobu Iwaki, The terrestrial magnetosphere under the solar wind with no interplanetary magnetic field Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Kyushu University; Japan . . .
UN-17 Mohanty Pravata, Probing electromagnetic state of interplanetary space through measurements of cosmic ray diurnal anisotropy with GRAPES-3 tracking muon detector Tata Institute of Fundamental Research; India . . .
UN-18 Mohd. Kasran Farah Adilah, Correlation between Extra-terrestrial and Geophysical Effects Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM); Malaysia . . .
UN-19 Moiseev Aleksei, Features of long-period geomagnetic pulsations excitation at high latitudes penetrating from the interplanetary medium during an impact of interplanetary shock on the Earth’s magnetosphere Yu.G. Shafer Institute of Cosmophysical Research and Aeronomy SB RAS; Russian Federation . . .
UN-20 Musafar Kilowasid La Ode Muhammad, Usage of MAGDAS data for space weather science in Indonesia: study of outer electron belt acceleration National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN); Indonesia . . .
UN-21 Nozomu Nishitani, SuperDARN HOkkaido Pair of (HOP) radars: accomplishments, present status and future perspectives STEL, Nagoya University; Japan . . .
UN-22 Pranoto Setyanto Cahyo, Study of Pc3 Magnetic Pulsations National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN); Indonesia . . .
UN-23 Shuji Abe, The IUGONET and its products for space weather study ICSWSE, Kyushu University; Japan . . .
UN-24 Shun Imajo , Nature of dayside ionospheric current system of Pi2 pulsations: Comparison between equivalent currents and numerical simulation Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Kyushu University; Japan . . .
UN-25 Sugon Quirino Jr., EEJ / CEEJ current distributions from Philippine MAGDAS data Manila Observatory; The Philippines . . .
UN-26 Suzuki Shin, CHAMP and ground-based airglow measurements of plasma density perturbations in the top-/bottom-side ionosphere associated with MSTID Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University; Japan . . .
UN-27 Takla Emad, Latitudinal dependence of Pc 3-4 amplitude in the African sector using MAGDAS data National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics; Egypt . . .
UN-28 Ward Jonathan, SuperDARN or e-Callisto South African National Space Agency; South Africa . . .