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Space Climate Symposium, September 19-22, 2022

Krakow, Poland
Fully on-site meeting

Space Climate 8 Meeting Participants List

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Timo ASIKAINEN University of Oulu Planetary waves controlling the dynamical response of polar vortex to energetic particle precipitation
University of Oulu Prediction of sunspot cycles with Hale cyclicity
Bernadett BELUCZ Solar Physics and Space Plasma Research Center, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Sheffield, S3 7RH, UK
Monika BERENDT-MARCHEL Siedlce University
Diana BESLIU-IONESCU Astronomical Institute of the Romanian Academy High-speed streams in the solar wind
Shreya BHATTACHARYA Royal Observatory of Belgium Diagnosing and calibrating the multi-century Sunspot Number Series
Mario MARK BISI UKRI STFC RAL Space Space-Weather Ground-Based Radio Observations in the Context of the Heliosphere-Earth system
Monali BORTHAKUR Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Impact of chlorine ion-chemistry on ozone loss during very large solar proton events
Nicolas BREHM ETH Zürich Detection of solar events by using radiocarbon in tree-rings
Dalia BURESOVA Institute of Atmospheric Physics, CAS Large-scale traveling ionospheric disturbances over eastern Europe
Jan BŁĘCKI Space Research Centre PAS, Warsaw The lightning activity over Poland during different solar activity as seen from the ground and space
Sanghita CHANDRA Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Kolkata Periodic behavior driven by meridional circulation during solar grand minima episodes
Sandra C CHAPMAN University of Warwick Space weather variation within and across multiple solar cycles- a solar cycle 'clock'.
Theodosios CHATZISTERGOS Max Planck institute for solar system research Reconstructing solar irradiance from Ca II K observations
Frederic CLETTE Royal Observatory of Belgium Sunspot number, group number and F10.7: new insights
Sandip DHOMSE University of Leeds, Leeds, UK An Ambiguous Nature of Solar Cycle Signal in the Stratospheric Ozone
Mausumi DIKPATI High Altitude Observatory, NCAR Photosphere/chromospheric signatures of solar variability: Magnetic coupling among solar atmospheric layers
Annika DREWS Danish Meteorological Institute The Sun's role for decadal climate predictability
Oleksiy V. DUDNIK Space Research Center of Polish Academy of Sciences Cross-analysis of X-Ray, particle, and radio spectra as seen by STIX and EPD onboard the Solar Orbiter and ground radio telescope in selected solar events.
Space Research Center of Polish Academy of Sciences Three varying radiation belts in the Earth's magnetosphere detected by STEP-F and SphinX measurements as a sensitive marker of the geomagnetic irregularities
Jone EDVARTSEN University of Bergen, Birkeland Center for Space Science The Mansurov Effect: Statistical significance, the role of autocorrelation and non-stationary behavior
Robertus ERDELYI univ of sheffield
Ken'ichi FUJIKI Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research (ISEE) , Nagoya University Reconstruction of the global solar wind structure using interplanetary scintillation observation and coronal magnetic field parameters obtained from PFSS extrapolation
Agnieszka GIL Siedlce University Relationships between strong geomagnetic storms and electric grid failures in Poland using the geoelectric field as a GIC proxy during the first half of the Solar Cycle 24
Nat GOPALSWAMY NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Properties of Coronal Holes Causing Intense Geomagnetic Storms in Solar Cycles 23 and 24
Marcin GRZESIAK Space Research Center of Polish Academy of Sciences Probing space plasma with LOFAR
Rajkumar HAJRA Indian Institute of Technology Indore, India Supersubstorms and Extremely Intense Geomagnetically Induced Currents in the Subauroral Region
V Lynn HARVEY University of Colorado The role of the polar vortex in Sun-Earth coupling via the descent of EPP-produced NOx
Hisashi HAYAKAWA Nagoya University
Nagoya University Revisiting the Carrington space weather event with archival investigations.
Bernhard HOFER Max-Planck Institut für Sonnensystemforschung Influence of small magnetic regions on the solar magnetic field
Stefan HOFMEISTER Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam Our current understanding of the solar wind
Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam The propagation of high-speed solar wind streams in the inner heliosphere
Wenjuan HUO GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel A pacemaker role of the 11-year solar cycle in tropical Pacific decadal variability
Radan HUTH Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Prague, Czechia Effects of the 11-year solar cycle on correlation and teleconnection structures in tropospheric circulation
Krzysztof ISKRA Polish Air Force University ASYMPTOTIC DIRECTIONS OF ARRIVAL OF CHARGED PARTICLES OF GALACTIC COSMIC RAYS FOR MILITARY AIRPORTS IN DĘBLIN, PRUSZCZ GDAŃSKI AND RZESZÓW -JASIONKA
Lan JIAN NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Solar Wind Stream Interaction Regions: Radial Evolution and Solar Cycle Variations
Paweł JUJECZKO Space Research Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences
Maarit J. KORPI-LAGG Aalto University Origin of long-term variations in solar and stellar dynamos
Aalto University Origin of long-term variations in solar and stellar dynamos
Aalto University Origin of long-term variations in solar and stellar dynamos
Marianna KORSOS Aberystwyth University How the magneto-Rossby waves could be used to identify upcoming intense flare and CME seasons?
Jozsef KOTA University of Arizona Galactic Cosmic Rays as Remote Probes of the Inner and Outer Heliosphere
Sowmya KRISHNAMURTHY Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research Solar irradiance variability in the near-UV Ca II H & K lines
Błażej KUŹMA KU Leuven COCONUT MHD CORONAL MODEL AS A BASIS FOR EUHFORIA 2.0 SPACE WEATHER FORECAST
Unto K. LAINE Aalto University Prediction of solar cycle 25 by trigonometric modeling of transformed SSN sequency – a follow up study
Jan LASTOVICKA Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences What is happening with solar activity indices - and ionospheric implications?
Jiajia LIU Queen's University Belfast Solar Coronal Jets: Energy, Twist and the Solar Cycle
Duncan H MACKAY University of St Andrews Long-term Global Non-potential Simulations of the Solar Corona Using Magnetofrictional Techniques and MHD Simulations
Pertti MÄKELÄ The Catholic University of America Measuring Deflection of Coronal Mass Ejections
Periasamy K MANOHARAN Arecibo Observatory, University of Central Florida Comparison of 3-D Solar Wind of Solar Cycles between 22 and 24
Barbara MATYJASIAK Space Research Centre PAS
Florian MEKHALDI British Antarctic Survey An ice-core perspective on extreme solar particle events
Karen MEYER University of Dundee The role of active region decay in energising the corona
Grzegorz MICHALEK Astronomical Obsrvatory of Jagiellonian University The CME rate and implications for the heliospheric magnetic structure and space weather based on data from 1996
Alexander MISHEV University of Oulu Assessment of terrestrial effects during strong and extreme SEPs using neutron monitor records
Fusa MIYAKE ISEE, Nagoya Univ. Extreme solar energetic particle events recorded in cosmogenic nuclides data
Martin MLYNCZAK NASA Langley Research Center Twenty years of observations of the energy budget of the mesosphere and lower thermosphere
Renata MODZELEWSKA Siedlce University Periodic variations of GCR intensity and anisotropy related to solar rotation by ACE/CRIS, STEREO, SOHO/EPHIN and neutron monitors observations during solar minima 23/24 and 24/25
Tomasz MROZEK Centrum Badań Kosmicznych PAN Failed eruption stopped at the distance of 2 Rʘ from the photosphere.
Kalevi MURSULA University of Oulu Magnetic storms during the space age
Zenon NIECKARZ Jagiellonian University The threshold of observation of strong geomagnetic storms at low geomagnetic latitude (L-shell<2)
Lidia NIKITINA Natural Resources Canada Extreme variations of the ionospheric total electron content in the course of a solar cycle - Statistical analysis
Natural Resources Canada Estimation of extremes in geomagnetic and geoelectric activity across Canada for periods of maximum and minimum solar activity
YVAN J ORSOLINI NILU Solar impact on climate through UV irradiance and EPP
Sanja PANOVSKA GFZ Potsdam, Germany Global variations of geomagnetic cutoff rigidity over the past 100 thousand years
Ashutosh PATTNAIK Jagiellonian University Transit time estimation of earthbound CMEs
Gordon PETRIE National Solar Observatory The Global Photospheric and Coronal Magnetic Field According to Different Synoptic Magnetographs: Comparisons and End-to-end Calibrations
Kristof PETROVAY ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest Solar activity in the 16th century
Alexei A. PEVTSOV National Solar Observatory Long-term solar activity
Stefaan POEDTS KU Leuven / UMCS Advanced CME flux-rope models in EUHFORIA
Czesław HENRYK POROWSKI Space Research Centre of the Polish Academy of Sciences A NEW 3D SOLAR WIND SPEED AND DENSITY MODELS BASED ON INTERPLANETARY SCINTILLATION OBSERVATIONS
Mariusz POZOGA Space Research Centre Polish Academy of Science Scintillation spectral index measurements with PL610 LOFAR station.
Liying QIAN National Center for Atmospheric Research Solar Irradiance Effects on the Upper Atmosphere On Time Scales from Solar Rotation to Climate Change
Maryam RAMEZANI ZIARANI KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research - Atmospheric Trace Gases and Remote Sensing (IMK-ASF) Investigation of space weather impact on the atmosphere and climate using ICON-ART
Jean-Guillaume RICHARD Independent Scholar Understanding and Predicting the Bicentennial Solar Cycle (long abstract)
Erik C RICHARD Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Univ. of Colorado Advancements in Solar Irradiance Measurements and Long-term Data Continuity
Hanna ROTHKAEHL CBK PAN New possibilities of diagnostics of the near-Earth plasma environment.
Alexander RUZMAIKIN RUZMAIKIN Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of techno;ogy Space Climate Legacy of Joan Feynman
Víctor MANUEL SÁNCHEZ CARRASCO Universidad de Extremadura On improvements in the future version of the revised collection of sunspot group numbers
Agnieszka SILUSZYK Siedlce University
Miriam SINNHUBER Karlsruhe Institute of Technology An assessment of the impact of radiation belt electron precipitation onto the middle atmosphere
Marek SIŁUSZYK Siedlce University On Delay Time Problem of Galactic Cosmic Rays - Experimental and Theoretical Study
Martin SNOW South African National Space Agency SORCE SOLSTICE: Seventeen Years, Eighteen Versions
Sami K. SOLANKI MPI for Solar-System Research Results from Remote-Sensing instruments on Solar Orbiter
Janusz SYLWESTER Space Research Centre On the Time Behaviour of Calcium Abundance during Flare Decays
Barbara SYLWESTER Space Research Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences, Solar Physics Division, Wrocław, Poland
Monika EWA SZELAG Finnish Meteorological Institute EPP effect on on stratospheric composition, dynamics and surface climate.
Ismo TÄHTINEN University of Oulu Decrease of solar 1600 Å brightness with increasing magnetic field inclination
Shin TORIUMI Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Sun-as-a-star observations to characterize stellar active regions and universal atmospheric heating mechanism
Jaroslav URBÁŘ Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences Dominant scales present in solar X-ray and EUV measurements and their appearance in proxies used for Space Climate studies
Ilya G. USOSKIN University of Oulu Solar cyclic activity reconstruction now extends to cover the last millennium
Grégory VANDEN BROECK Royal Observatory of Belgium Study of the chromospheric structures in full-disk solar Ca II K images and sun-like stars connection
José MANUEL VAQUERO Universidad de Extremadura Searching the best data to understand Sun-Climate relationships
Mirela VOICULESCU University Dunarea de Jos Galati, Romania How does Troposphere respond to Sun’s mood changes?
Mikhail VOKHMIANIN University of Oulu Long-term prediction of Sudden Stratospheric Warmings with Geomagnetic and Solar Activity
Jörn WARNECKE Max-Planck-Institut für Sonnensystemforschung Solar and stellar dynamos as the driver of space climate
Anna WAWRZASZEK Space Research Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences Dependence of Intermittency of Fast and Slow Solar Wind from the Radial Distance, Heliospheric Latitude, and Solar Cycle
Anna WAWRZYŃCZAK Siedlce University
Aneta WISNIEWSKA Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam (AIP)