26 - 30 September, 2022

Radiation Belt Dynamics and Remote Sensing of the Earth’s Plasmasphere

LECTURERS

M. A. Clilverd

British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK

Lecture: The role of plasmaspheric dynamics in electron precipitation occurrence


A. Drozdov

University of California, Los Angeles, USA

Lecture: Numerical modeling of radiation belt dynamics


J. Krall

Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, USA

Lecture: An overview of plasmasphere dynamics


M. Golkowski

University of Colorado, Denver, USA

Lecture: Whistlers detection by neural networks


B. Heilig

Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary

Lecture: Remote sensing the plasmapause by means of monitoring conjugated ionospheric phenomena


R. Horne

British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK

Lecture: Acceleration of radiation belt electrons by VLF Chorus and magnetosonic waves


A. Jorgensen

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, USA

Lecture: Modeling the Plasmasphere Dynamics with Data Assimilation


E. Kilpua

University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland

Lecture: Solar wind driving of radiation belt dynamics


J. Lichtenberger

Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary

Lecture: Remote sensing of the plasmasphere by VLF whistlers


G. Reeves

Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, USA

Lecture: The Radiation Belt Revolution


J.-F. Ripoll

CEA/DAM/DIF, Arpajon, France

Lecture: Interaction of radiation belt energetic particles with VLF hiss


C. Rodger

University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

Lecture: Electron precipitation from the radiation belts into the atmosphere


K. Takahashi

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, USA

Lecture: Monitoring the plasmasphere by spacecraft observations of toroidal mode standing Alfvén waves


M. Usanova

University of Colorado, Boulder, USA

Lecture: The role of EMIC waves in the inner magnetosphere dynamics


M. Vellante

University of L’Aquila, L’Aquila, Italy

Lecture: Remote sensing of the plasmasphere by ground-based observations of geomagnetic field line resonances