2014 Workshop:Agenda

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Agenda for 2014 June 22-26 (Sunday-Thursday)

Theme: CEDAR Grand Challenges

Sunday 22 June 2014

Student Workshop Theme - Aeronomy Instrumentation: Where Does the Data Come From?

Kane Hall Room 110

0800-0900

Breakfast/Registration/Sign Travel Vouchers

0900-0910

Student Welcome from NSF

Rich Behnke (NSF)

0910-0930

Student Welcome from CSSC

David Hysell (CSSC chair, Cornell)

0930-0940

Agenda information and organizational details

Leda Sox (Utah State) and Timothy Duly (U IL) (CSSC Student Reps)

0940-1015

Measuring upper atmospheric winds and temperatures by optical Doppler spectroscopy with Fabry-Perot interferometers

Mark Conde (U AK)

1015-1030

Break

1030-1105

MLT observations by Rayleigh and resonance lidar: Some insights

Michael Gerding (IAP)

1105-1140

Incoherent Scatter Radar: Remote Sensing of Earth's Upper Atmosphere

Phil Erickson (MIT)

1140-1315

Student Pizza Lunch

Cascade Ballroom

1315-1355

Instruments for NASA's Ionospheric Connection Explorer

Thomas Immel (UCB)

1355-1430

GNSS Multi-scale studies of the ionosphere and plasmasphere

Gary Bust (APL/JHU)

1430-1505

The Complementary Role of Modeling in Experimental and Observational Science

Jonathan Snively (ERAU)

1505-1520

Break

1520-1600

Student MREFC (Major Research Equipment and Facilities Construction, an NSF award) Presentations

~1600

Adjourn

1630-1730

Student Soccer Game Sponsored by the USU Physics Dept and Center for Atmospheric and Space Sciences (CASS)

Denny Field

~1830-2030

Dinner with Speaker Aaron Ridley on "Up, Up and Away! Adventures in Ballooning at UM!"

Cascade Ballroom, Haggett Hall

Monday 23 June 2014

0815-0830

Plenary Kane 130: Welcome by CSSC, NSF, U WA

Dr David Hysell (Cornell, CSSC chair), Rich Behnke (NSF), Dean Lisa Graumlich (College of the Environment)

0830-0840

Report of Student Workshop

Leda Sox (USU, CSSC year 1 student representative)

0840-0845

Introduction of Students by Institution

Tim Duly (U IL, CSSC year 2 student representative)

0845-0930

CEDAR Prize #25: Atmosphere-Ionosphere Coupling by Tides and Planetary Waves (mp4)

Jeffrey Forbes (U CO)

0930-0955

Break

0955-1015

Science Highlight #1: Recent Science Results from AMPERE and Applications to Advancing our Understanding of Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere Coupling (mp4)

Brian Anderson (JHU/APL)

1015-1035

Student MREFC (Major Research Equipment and Facilities Construction) reports

Student MREFC reporters

1035-1050

Geospace at NSF

Rich Behnke (NSF)

1050-1105

The NSF Aeronomy Program

Anne-Marie Schmoltner (NSF)

1105-1120

Status and News from NASA's Heliophysics Division of SMD

Elsayed Talaat (NASA HQ) with Jeffrey Newmark available remotely

1120-1200

Future NASA ITM Programs: GOLD, ICON, GDC, DYNAMIC

moderator Aaron Ridley (U MI),
Richard Eastes (UCF) for GOLD,
Thomas Immel (UCB) for ICON,
Rob Pfaff (GSFC) for GDC,
Jeff Forbes (U CO) for DYNAMIC

1205-1330

Lunch

1330-1530

Kane 130: Geospace system science during storms and substorms (remotely accessible workshop)

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Kane 110: Observations, Modeling, and Forecast of Equatorial Spread F Irregularities and Scintillation
Kane 210: Case study of atmospheric-ionospheric effects caused by forcing from below and above
Kane 220: Synergistic investigations using in situ neutral and ion composition data from the NSF EXOCUBE mission

N Maruyama et al.
CS Huang et al.
A Maute et al.
L Waldrop et al.

1530-1600

Break

1600-1800

Kane 130: Storm/substorm-time subauroral Geospace
Kane 110: Thermospheric composition variations and their impact on the ionosphere
Kane 210: PINOT - The PFISR Ion-Neutral Observations in the Thermosphere Campaign
Kane 220: Meteoroids and Space Debris

E Mishin et al.
Y Zhang et al.
W Bristow et al.
S Close and J Urbina

1830-2100

CSSC Dinner (invitation only)

Hotel Deca, President's Room

Tuesday 24 June 2014

0815-0817

Welcome by U WA

Dean Michael Bragg (College of Engineering)

0817-0915

GC Tutorial #1: Challenges in high-latitude geospace science (mp4)

Herb Carlson (USU)

0915-0930

NSF Geospace -- Opportunities and Priorities

Rich Behnke (NSF)

0930-1000

Break

1000-1200

Kane 130: GC#1a The high latitude geospace system(remotely accessible workshop)

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Kane 110: CEDAR-GEM Modeling Challenge
Kane 210: Thermosphere-Ionosphere Climate

J Semeter et al.
JS Shim et al.
J Emmert et al.

1200-1330

Lunch

1330-1530

Kane 130: GC#1b The high latitude geospace system(remotely accessible workshop)

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Kane 110: CubeSats: Lessons Learned
Kane 210: Thermospheric wind variations and their interaction with the ionosphere
Kane 220: Coordinated ISR Observation Days for 2015

J Semeter et al.
G Earle
W Wang et al.
M McCready and I McCrea

1530-1600

Break

1600-1900

Poster #1: IT

Cascade Ballroom, Haggett Hall

Wednesday 25 June 2014

0715-0815

Student Breakfast with NSF

120 Kane Hall (Walker Ames Room)

0815-0915

GC Tutorial #2: Impact of lower atmosphere waves sources on the thermosphere and ionosphere (mp4)

Tim Fuller-Rowell (CIRES/NOAA)

0915-0935

Science Highlight #2: Sun-to-Atmosphere... Sure, Yet Still One Link Short: Results from the NSF Frontiers of Earth System Dynamics 'Sun-to-Ice' Project (mp4)

Harlan Spence (U NH)

0935-1000

Break

1000-1200

Kane 130: GC#2a Coupling and Transport Processes from the Upper Mesosphere through the Middle Thermosphere (80-200 km)
Kane 110: The Dynamic Polar Cap
Kane 210: Distributed instrumentation for ionospheric measurements over South America
Kane 220: ITM Key Science Challenges during the Van Allen Probes / Great Observatory Era(remotely accessible workshop)

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J Thayer et al.
C Huang et al.
C Valladares et al.
A Gerrard et al.

1200-1330

Lunch

or

1200-1330

CSSC Lunch (invitation only)

120 Kane Hall (Walker Ames Room)

1330-1530

Kane 130: GC#2b Coupling and Transport Processes from the Upper Mesosphere through the Middle Thermosphere (80-200 km)
Kane 110: Equatorial-PRIMO (Problems Related to Ionospheric Models and Observations)
Kane 210: Using a new resource for CEDAR Science: SSUSI images of the ionosphere and aurora and GUVI spectrograph mode data

J Thayer et al.
TW Fang and D Anderson
L Paxton et al.

1530-1600

Break

1600-1900

Poster #2: MLT

Cascade Ballroom, Haggett Hall

Thursday 26 June 2014

0815-0915

CEDAR Distinguished Lecture #4: From Discovery to System Science (mp4)

Rod Heelis (UTD)

0915-0930

Programmatic #9: CEDAR Graduate and Undergraduate Student Poster Prize Winners

Greg Earle (CSSC)

0930-1000

Break

1000-1200

Kane 130: MEGI - Multi-element Earth and Geospace Investigation
Kane 110: Lidar Workshop: Neutral-Plasma Coupling and Dynamics with Lidar Technology Transformation
Kane 210: Data Assimilation and Inverse Problems for High-Latitude Electrodynamics
Kane 220: Exploring the Daytime Dynamo -- A new look at the Sq Current System and Mid- and Low-latitude Daytime Electrodynamics

L Paxton et al.
X Chu et al.
T Matsuo et al.
R Pfaff and S England

1200-1330

Lunch

1330-1530

Kane 130: Addressing CEDAR Science goals with Combined Space and Ground-Based Observations
Kane 110: Magnetically conjugate studies of ionospheric processes from low to auroral latitudes
Kane 210: Planning Observing System Configurations for Answering Geospace System Science by Utilizing Simulation and Data Assimilation
Kane 220: Calibration and analysis techniques for passive optical and lidar observations

T Immel et al.
C Martinis et al.
G Bust et al.
S Nossal and D Hampton

1530-1600

Break

1600-1800

Kane 130: Scientific discovery enabled by networked instrumentation; current state-of-the-art and future opportunities
Kane 110: Arecibo Initiative in Dynamics of the Atmosphere (AIDA 2)
Kane 210: Severe Events During Non-SuperStorm Times

A Bhatt et al.
M Larsen et al.
M Mendillo and J Baumgardner

1800

Adjourn