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             <td width="511"><p>Tutorial #1: [http://vsp-rosebud.dls.ucar.edu/cedar/abstracts_detail.php?recid=2142 EUV effects on the thermosphere and ionosphere: EUV-vs-F10.7 proxy models]
 
             <td width="511"><p>Tutorial #1: [http://vsp-rosebud.dls.ucar.edu/cedar/abstracts_detail.php?recid=2142 EUV effects on the thermosphere and ionosphere: EUV-vs-F10.7 proxy models]
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<br> Ionosphere electron density modeling with F107.7 solar EUV proxy models
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  <br>[[Media:Eparvier_EUVc_2013.pdf |Solar EUV Spectral Irradiance: Measurements]]</p></td>
 
  <br>[[Media:Eparvier_EUVc_2013.pdf |Solar EUV Spectral Irradiance: Measurements]]</p></td>
 
             <td width="132"><p>Phil Richards (GMU)
 
             <td width="132"><p>Phil Richards (GMU)

Revision as of 18:26, 27 June 2013


Contents

Saturday 22 June 2013

CEDAR-GEM Workshop Agenda in the Flagstaff Section of the Millennium Hotel Ballroom

Sunday 23 June 2013

CEDAR-GEM Workshop Agenda in the Flagstaff Section of the Millennium Hotel Ballroom

or

Student Workshop in the Canyon Section of the Millennium Hotel Ballroom

~0800-0900

Breakfast/Registration/Sign Travel Vouchers


Breakfast located at the outdoor patio area
Registration located in the Sunshine Room

09:00-09:10

Student Welcome from NSF

Rich Behnke (NSF)

09:10-09:30

Student Welcome from CSSC

David Hysell (CSSC chair, Cornell)

09:30-09:40

Agenda information and organizational details

Timothy Duly (U IL) and Katelynn Greer (U CO) (CSSC Student Reps)

09:40-10:10

An Introduction to the Terrestrial Ionosphere

Roger Varney (NCAR)

10:10-10:40

Modeling and the Observational Aeronomer

Ethan Miller (APL)

10:40-10:55

Break

Ballroom Lobby

10:55-11:25

The Basics of Modeling the Thermosphere and Ionosphere

Aaron Ridley (U Michigan)

11:25-11:55

Assimilative Models

Ludger Scherliess (Utah State)

12:00-13:15

Student Lunch

Pavilion

13:15-13:45

Talk: Assimilative Models / GAIM

Tony Mannucci (JPL)

13:45-14:15

Modeling the earth's ionosphere with SAMI2

Joe Huba (NRL)

14:15-14:45

What can I do with the TIE-GCM?

Astrid Maute (NCAR)

14:45-15:00

Break

--

15:00-15:45

PhD Panel

Nick Pedatella (NCAR), Loren Chang (NCU/Taiwan), Ellen Cousins (NCAR)

15:45

Adjourn

--

16:00-17:00

Annual CEDAR Soccer Game, Ultimate Frisbee, etc

Scott Carpenter Field

1800-2100

CSSC Dinner

Boulder Creek Living Room

Monday 24 June 2013

0715-0815

Breakfast/Registration


Breakfast located at the outdoor patio area
Registration located in the Sunshine Room

0815-0825

Welcome from NSF and CSSC

Rich Behnke (NSF), David Hysell (CSSC)

0825-0835

Introduction of Students by Institution

Katelynn Greer (CSSC)

0835-0845

Report of Student Workshop

Tim Duly (CSSC)

0845-0930

CEDAR Prize Lecture #24: 150-km echoes and their relevance to Aeronomy

Jorge Chau (Jicamarca, PE)

0930-1000

Break

1000-1015

Programmatic #1: Geospace -- Where are we going?

Rich Behnke (NSF)

1015-1030

CEDAR Post-Doc Report #1: Study of the effects of Coulomb collisions on H+, He+ and O+ plasmas for ISR applications at Jicamarca

Marco Milla (Jicamarca, PE)

1030-1050

Science Highlight #1: Thermospheric Neutral Density Damping Response to Sheath-Enhanced Geospace Storms

Delores Knipp (U CO)

1050-1110

MREFC Talk 1: A Network of Remote Optical Instruments including Fabry Perot Interferometers.

Jonathan Makela (U IL)

1110-1130

MREFC Talk 2: Exploring the Interactions of Our Atmosphere with Space: An Observatory for Studying Universal Properties in Earth-like Planetary Atmospheres (LALO)

Chet Gardner (U IL)

1130-1150

MREFC Talk 3: Using Constellations of Small Satellites to Address Large Problems

Aaron Ridley (U MI)

1150-1210

MREFC Talk 4: Science Considerations when Exploring a Major Research Investment

Eric Donovan (U Calgary, CA)

1210-1330

Lunch on own

1330-1530

Flagstaff: (a) Geospace system science during storms and substorms

Canyon: Equatorial Ionospheric Electrodynamics and Low-Latitude Space Weather
Century: (a) Calibration and analysis techniques for passive optical and lidar observations

N Maruyama et al.


CS Huang et al.


Nossal/Baumgardner

1530-1600

Break

1600-1800

Flagstaff: (b) Geospace system science during storms and substorms

Canyon: (a) International space weather and climate observations along the 120E/60W meridional circle and over its surrounding areas
Century: (b) Calibration and analysis techniques for passive optical and lidar observations
Millennium: Impacts of Meteoroids and Space Debris

N Maruyama et al.


J Foster et al.
Nossal/Baumgardner


Close/Fentzke

1800-1830

Buses Depart for CEDAR Banquet

Millennium Lobby

1830-2030

CEDAR Banquet

Stadium Club (U CO)

Tuesday 25 June 2013

0715-0815

Breakfast


Outdoor patio area

0815-0930

Tutorial #1: EUV effects on the thermosphere and ionosphere: EUV-vs-F10.7 proxy models


Ionosphere electron density modeling with F107.7 solar EUV proxy models
TBD title

Solar EUV Spectral Irradiance: Measurements

Phil Richards (GMU)


Rodney Viereck (NOAA)

Frank Eparvier (U CO)

0930-1000

Break

1000-1200

Flagstaff: CEDAR ETI Modeling Challenge


Canyon: 50 years of Gravity Wave Research - a Tribute to Colin Hines
Century: (b) International space weather and climate observations along the 120E/60W meridional circle and over its surrounding areas
Millennium: (a) PFISR Ion-Neutral Observations in the Thermosphere Campaign Year 1

JS Shim et al.


D Fritts
J Foster et al.


Bristow/Pinot Team

1200-1330

Lunch on own

1330-1530

Flagstaff: MIT boundary region science enabled by data assimilation

Canyon: Observing and Modeling Small-Scale Wave Dynamics and Interactions in the MLT Region
Century: Potential CEDAR role in US/UK Space Weather Collaborations


Millennium: (b) PFISR Ion-Neutral Observations in the Thermosphere Campaign Year 1

S Datta-Barua et al.


J Snively et al.
I McCrea


Bristow/Pinot Team

1530-1600

Break

1600-1900

Poster Session #1 for IT

Outdoor Pavilion

Wednesday 26 June 2013

0715-0815

Breakfast

Outdoor patio area

0815-0915

Tutorial #2: Ionospheric Imaging: From two-dimensional tomography to data assimilation

Gary Bust (APL/JHU)

0915-0930

Programmatic #2: NSF Aeronomy Update

Bob Robinson and Anne-Marie Schmoltner (NSF)

0930-1000

Break

1000-1200

Flagstaff: Planning Observing System Configurations for Answering Geospace System Science by Utilizing Simulation and Data Assimilation

Canyon: (a) Coupling of the lower and upper atmosphere during Stratospheric Sudden Warmings
Century: Large Atmospheric Lidar Observatory (LALO), a new initiative
Millennium: World Day Planning

G Bust et al.


A Chandran et al.

Swenson/Gardner
McCready/McCrea

1200-1330

Lunch on own

1330-1530

Flagstaff: System-Theoretic approach to CEDAR science

Canyon: (b) Coupling of the lower and upper atmosphere during Stratospheric Sudden Warmings
Century: (a) Advances in lidar and coordinated studies of middle and upper atmosphere globally
Millennium: Lightning Effects in the Middle and Upper Atmosphere

T Matsuo et al.


A Chandran et al.
X Chu et al.
N Liu et al.

1530-1600

Break

1600-1900

Poster Session #2 for MLT

Outdoor Pavilion

or

2000-2200

Model railroad open house

Barbara Emery's basement in Longmont

Thursday 27 June 2013

0700-0815

Breakfast

Outdoor patio area

or

0715-0815

Student Breakfast with NSF

Century

0815-0915

CEDAR Distinguished Lecture #3: A Couple's Journey through Fifty Years of Ionospheric Space Weather Research

Sunanda and Santimay Basu (BC)

0915-0930

Announcement of Poster Prize Winners

Tom Immel (CSSC)

0930-1000

Break

1000-1200

Flagstaff: (a) Exploring mesosphere-lower thermosphere (MLT) applications for commercial suborbital spacecraft and POSSUM


Canyon: To build a strategy to forecast the state and dynamics of the ionosphere over South America using the LISN distributed observatory
Century: (b) Advances in lidar and coordinated studies of middle and upper atmosphere globally
Millennium: (a) Understanding Thermospheric Winds

HT Smith et al.


C Valladares et al.

X Chu et al.

A Ridley et al.

1200-1330

Lunch on own

or

1200-1330

CSSC Lunch

Boulder Creek Living Room

1330-1530

Flagstaff: (a) Planetary waves and Tides in the Middle Atmosphere and Ionosphere: Observations, Modeling and Data Assimilation

Canyon: (b) Exploring mesosphere-lower thermosphere (MLT) applications for commercial suborbital spacecraft and POSSUM
Century: (a) To the Topside: exploring the space-atmosphere interaction region
Millennium: (b) Understanding Thermospheric Winds

A Chandran et al.


HT Smith et al.
E Mierkiewicz et al.

A Ridley et al.

1530-1600

Break

1600-1800

Flagstaff: (b) Planetary waves and Tides in the Middle Atmosphere and Ionosphere: Observations, Modeling and Data Assimilation

Canyon: Opportunities for cubesat science in Alaska
Century: (b) To the Topside: exploring the space-atmosphere interaction region

A. Chandran et al.


R McCoy et al.


E Mierkiewicz et al.

Friday 28 June 2013

0715-0815

Breakfast

Outdoor patio area

0815-0915

Tutorial #3: Atmospheric tides and their roles in vertical coupling

Ruth Liebermann (GATS)

0915-0930

CEDAR Post-Doc Report #2: Short-period gravity waves over a high-latitude observation site: Rothera, Antarctica

Kim Nielsen (UVU)

0930-1000

Break

1000-1015

CEDAR Post-Doc Report #3: Time-domain modeling of lightning, VLF transmitters, and their effects on the lower ionosphere

Robert Marshall (Stanford)

1015-1030

Programmatic #3: The Ionospheric Connection Explorer (ICON) - The next NASA mission for ITM science

Tom Immel (UCB)

1030-1045

Programmatic #4: Global-scale Observations of the Limb and Disk (GOLD) - A New Prespective on the Thermosphere-Ionosphere System

Richard Eastes (UCF)

1045-1105

Science Highlight #2: Intermediate Scale Ionospheric Structure: A Done Deal or Neglected Topic?

Chuck Rino (BC)

1105-1125

Science Highlight #3: High-resolution mapping of ion-neutral coupling in the auroral zone

Mark Conde (U AK)

1125-1200

Discussion of the Big Science Questions

Dave Hysell (CSSC) moderator

1200

Adjourn