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The solar sources of space weather

Implementing the MULTI-VP coronal model in EUHFORIA: results and comparisons with the WSA coronal model
Evangelia Samara, Royal Observatory of Belgium and KU Leuven

More than four decades of solar radio observations in Metsähovi Radio Observatory
Juha Kallunki, Aalto University, Metsähovi Radio Observatory

The chaotic solar cycle
Arnold Hanslmeier, Institut of Physics Univ. Graz

Characteristics of a long-lived CIR and the corresponding depression in the GCR flux
Mateja Dumbovic, Hvar Observatory, Faculty of Geodesy, University of Zagreb

Coronal dimmings associated with coronal mass ejections on the solar limb
Galina Chikunova, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology

On the occurrence of type IV solar radio bursts in the solar cycle 24 and their association with coronal mass ejections
Anshu Kumari, Department of Physics, University of Helsinki

The Magnetic Environment of a Stealth CME
Jennifer O'Kane, Mullard Space Science Laboratory, UCL

Magnetofrictionally Modelling the Torus Unstable Eruption of AR 12473
Daniel Price, University of Helsinki

Modelling of interplanetary shocks measured by ACE using an hydrodynamical model (Cavus2013 ) and some estimations with artificial neural network
Huseyin Cavus, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University

Prediction of Solar Cycle 25 - Next Decade of Space Weather
Prantika Bhowmik, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Durham University

Dynamic evolution of periodic magnetic helicity injection in 3-dimensional solar Active Regions
Marianna Korsos, Aberystwyth University

Helicity in a jet provided by transfer of twist from a sigmoidal flux rope
Brigitte Schmieder, University of Glasgow

Multi-viewpoint observations of CME kinematics and dynamics in the near-Sun environment
Niclas Mrotzek, Institute for Astrophysics

First observation of a transitioning Type II solar radio burst and the effects of scattering on split-band Type II sources
Nicolina Chrysaphi, University of Glasgow

Weak solar flares as sources of events in the meter radio range
Toropova Maria, Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics

Evolution of the radio signatures of energetic electrons from the flare acceleration site to the high corona
Sophie Musset, University of Glasgow

The COSPAR ISWAT initiative for open validation analysis of ambient solar wind models
Martin Reiss, Space Research Institute, Graz, Austria

On the long-term evolution of small-scale solar feature: The faculae
Anett Elek, University of Debrecen

Facilitating the systematic application of machine-learning algorithms to solar flare and eruption forecasting: the SWAN-SF benchmark dataset
Manolis K. Georgoulis, Academy of Athens

Analyzing the potential of eruptivity proxies to forecast the upcoming solar flares
Manu Gupta, University of Graz, Austria

Analysis of Large Deflections of Prominence–CME Events during the Rising Phase of Solar Cycle 24
Maria Valeria Sieyra, UTN-FRM, CONICET


Space Weather Instrumentation

"The Trieste Solar Radio System 2.0: a new Solar Radio Weather monitor"
Giovanna Jerse, INAF OATs

Operative cosmic ray detector for space weather studies at the Argentinian base in the Antarctic Peninsula
Noelia Ayelén Santos, Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA), Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales (FCEN), Departamento de Ciencias de la Atmósfera y los Océanos (DCAO).

Solar Orbiter magnetometer data: opportunities for space weather prediction
Tim Horbury, Imperial College London

The Argentine Space Weather Laboratory (LAMP) in Antarctica

Novel use of soil moisture sensors for space weather event detection
Alex Hands, University of Surrey

LOFAR for Space Weather (LOFAR4SW) – New capabilities for Space Weather science with Europe's Largest Radio Telescope
Hanna Rothkaehl, CBK PAN

Tests of the Heavy Ion Telescope for the LAGRANGE mission
Wojtek Hajdas, PSI/SE2S

Progress towards miniature, photonic magnetographs for space weather
Neal Hurlburt, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center

The Solar Wind Monitor for ESA’s enhanced space-weather monitoring system
Dhiren Kataria, Mullard Space Science Laboratory, University College London

Analysis of Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) in Coronagraph Observations of Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs)
Johannes Hinrichs, Georg-August-Universitaet Goettingen

The COR and HI Instruments for the Lagrange Mission
Jackie Davies, RAL Space

Higher frequency ground magnetic field data by merging fluxgate and induction coil magnetometers
Guanren Wang, British Geological Survey


Interplanetary CMEs and Solar Particle Events

International Space Weather Action Team H2 Cluster: CME structure, evolution and propagation through heliosphere
Manuela Temmer, Institute of Physics, University of Graz

Solar energetic particles and the solar cycle: Impact of solar magnetic field amplitude and geometry on solar particles diffusion coefficients (changed to a live presentation)
Barbara Perri, IAS

Differences between Forbush decreases originated by ICMEs and SIRs.
Christian Nicolas Gutierrez, Universidad de Buenos Aires

Multi-wavelength Observations of Coronal Mass Ejections close to the Sun with Ground and Space-based Instruments
Shirsh Lata Soni, Awadhesh Pratap Singh University Rewa Madhya Pradesh  

Relating CME density derived from remote sensing data to CME sheath solar wind plasma pile up as measured in-situ
Manuela Temmer, Institute of Physics, University of Graz

Prediction of the in situ coronal mass ejection rate for solar cycle 25: Implications for Parker Solar Probe in situ observations
Christian Möstl, Space Research Institute

Spatial coherence of interplanetary coronal mass ejection sheaths at 1 AU
Matti Ala-Lahti, University of Helsinki

First In-situ Evidence of Pancaked ICME and it's Distinct Plasma Characteristics Compare to Non-Pancaked ICME during Solar Cycles 23 and 24
Zubair Shaikh, Indian Institute of Geomagnetism (IIG)

Imaging evidence for plasma outflows originating in a dimming region associated with an eruption of a quiescent filament
Juraj Lorincik, Astronomical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Automatic Detection and Classification of ICMEs in Solar Wind Data
Hannah Ruedisser, Know Center, Graz / University of Graz, Graz

Extending the Energy Range of the SEPSTER SEP Prediction Scheme
Ian Richardson, University of Maryland, College ParkUnited States

Differences in the arrival time and speed predictions of CMEs seen from two vantage points
Jürgen Hinterreiter, Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences

CME-CME Interactions as Sources of CME Helio-effectiveness
Camilla Scolini, KU Leuven

The visual complexity of coronal mass ejections
Shannon Jones, University of Reading

A comparison of CME arrival time and speed predictions using STEREO-HI beacon and science data with the ELEvoHI model
Maike Bauer, Austrian Academy of Sciences

Drag-based Forecast for CME Arrival
Emiliya Yordanova, Swedish Institute of Space Physics

An investigation of the causal relationship between sunspot groups and coronal mass ejections (CMEs)
Abd-ur Raheem, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University

Ensemble CME modelling constrained by heliospheric imager observations
Luke Barnard, University of Reading

Analysis of coronal mass ejection flux rope signatures using 3DCORE and approximate Bayesian Computation
Andreas Weiss, Space Research Institute

Correlation between Sunspots and Interplanetary Shocks measured by WIND and Some Estimations for the 22nd Solar Cycle using Artificial Neural Network
Gani Caglar Coban, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University

Magnetic field lines distribution inside magnetic clouds

Significant rotation of spheromak CMEs from Sun to Earth: implications for numerical space weather predictions
Eleanna Asvestari, University of Helsinki

Forecasting space weather storms driven by sheath regions of Coronal Mass Ejections
Emilia Kilpua, University of Helsinki

Statistical study of CMEs, lateral overexpansion and SEP events
Alexandros Adamis, Skoltech

Response of stratospheric ozone during super storms
Asheesh Bhargawa, University of Lucknow

Probing shock wave properties essential for the generation of type II radio emissions in interplanetary space
Immanuel Christopher Jebaraj, Royal Observatory of Belgium

Uncovering Erosion Effects on the Twist Distribution in Cross-section of Magnetic Clouds
Sanchita Pal, University of Helsinki

The distribution function of the average iron charge state at 1 AU: from a bimodal wind to ICME identification
Carlos Larrodera - Universidad de Alcala

Suprathermal electrons of solar and local origins and typical pitch-angle distribution patterns associated with ICMEs
Olga Khabarova, Institute of terrestrial magnetism (IZMIRAN)

Solar energetic protons, radio bursts and geomagnetic storms
Rositsa Miteva, Institute of Astronomy with National Astronomical Observatory - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

In-Situ Multi-Spacecraft and Remote Imaging Observations of the First CME Detected by Solar Orbiter and its Geomagnetic Impact
Emma Davies, Imperial College London

The acceleration of energetic particles by a slow coronal mass ejection 
Nicolas Wijsen, KU Leuven

Short-Term Forecasting of the SEP Flux during the Solar Cycle 25 Using the LSTM Neural Network (WITHDRAWN)
Mohamed Nedal, Institute of Astronomy of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Reliability of CME speed from single-point observations: Analysis utilizing the Time-of-Arrival on Earth
Evangelos Paouris, National Observatory of Athens

Evaluating Model Advancements for Predicting CME Arrival Time - CCMC/NOAA SWPC Partnership Final Report
Leila Mays, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Operational Heliospheric Space Weather at BepiColombo, Solar Orbiter, and Parker Solar Probe
Dusan Odstrcil, George Mason University & NASA/GSFC

Three Dimensional Simulations of Solar Wind Preconditioning and the 23 July 2012 Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejection
Ravindra Desai, Imperial College London

The Met Office Operational Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) Ensemble Forecasting System
Siegfried Gonzi, Met office


Earth's Magnetosphere and Radiation Belts

The Role of an Alfvén wave in an extended recovery phase of an ICME induced extreme geomagnetic storm.  
Komal Choraghe, Department of Physics, University of Mumbai

Energetic electrons in Van Allen radiation belts: A first approach towards a SWx product
Antonio Niemelä Celeda, LAMP-Universidad de Buenos Aires

Immediate response of the outer radiation belt to sheath regions of coronal mass ejections
Milla Kalliokoski, University of Helsinki

Outer Van Allen belt trapped and precipitating electron flux response to coronal mass ejections.
Harriet George, University of Helsinki

Plasmapause evolution during prolonged conditions of quiet geomagnetic activity
Ljiljana Ivanković, University of Applied Sciences Velika Gorica

Using real-time Polar Cap (PC) indices to predict magnetic storm developments.
Peter Stauning, Danish Meteorological Institute

Principal component analysis to separate different ionospheric and magnetospheric contributions to the geomagnetic field variations
Rania Rebbah, University of Coimbra,CITEUC, Portugal


Ground-Level Geomagnetically Induced Currents

Forecasting local GICs from solar wind data using a combination of geophysical and machine learning methods
Rachel Bailey, Zentralanstalt für Meteorologie und Geodynamik, Conrad Observatory

Temporal, directional, and spatial statistics of extreme dB/dt
Neil Rogers, Lancaster University

Regional geomagnetic disturbances in Fennoscandia: statistical observations, modelling, and driving mechanisms
Andrew Dimmock, 
Swedish Institute of Space Physics 

Field-aligned current ordering and intense ground dB/dt variations
Xiangcheng Dong, UKRI-STFC

Modelling Geoelectric Fields in Near Real-Time for Space Weather Applications
John Malone-Leigh, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies

Pipe-to-soil potential modelling in the UK gas transmission network
Gemma Richardson, British Geological Survey

Preliminary investigation of the GIC development during the strongest magnetic storms of solar cycle 24 in Greece
Zoe Boutsi, Institute for Astronomy, Astrophysics, Space Applications and Remote Sensing, National Observatory of Athens

Geoeffectiveness of 14-15 July 2012 storm and its indicators in Polish transmission lines
Agnieszka Gil, CBK PAN & Siedlce University

Magnetospheric dynamics and M-I coupling during the 8 September 2017 Geomagnetic Storm
Jonathan Eastwood, Imperial College LondonUnited Kingdom

On extreme GIC values affecting the Portuguese power grid
Fernando Pinheiro, University of Coimbra, Portugal

ESA SSA Space Weather Network - Services for Power Grid and Pipeline Operations
Cristiana Dumitrache, Astronomical Institute of Romanian Academy

Midlatitude long-period pulsations and their implications for GIC modelling
Michael Heyns, University of Cape Town / South African National Space Agency


Thermosphere-Ionosphere Interactions and Effects

ESA SSA Space Weather Service Network – Services for Transionospheric Radio Link Users
Octavian Blagoi, Astronomical Institute of Romanian Academy

Modeling of TEC over the Iberian Peninsula using PCA decomposition, linear regression and neural networks
Anna Morozova, University of Coimbra, CITEUC

Thermosphere response to one-day, intense EUV-solar flux increase
Carine Briand, Observatoire de Paris-PSL

Sudden ionospheric disturbance monitoring using a lightning detection network and machine learning
Edmund Henley, Met OfficeUnited Kingdom

Significant ionosphere response to thunderstorm during various times of the day in a low latitude region.
Louis Osei-Poku, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Optimum solar proxy for long-term ionospheric investigations
Jan Lastovicka, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences

Ionospheric data assimilation of regional ground and space based GNSS observations into NeQuick model
Pasumarthi Babu Sree Harsha, K L University

Solar Hard X-ray impact on ionospheric D-layer
Srivani Inturi, Observatoire de Paris

Ionospheric climatology at South American sector using amplitude scintillation index S4
Eduardo Macho, Universidade Mackenzie

Analysis of the sub-auroral region response to the September 2017 geomagnetic storm
Agata Chuchra, Space Research Centre of Polish Academy of Sciences

Confirmation of the upper atmospheric emission polarisation and impact on space weather
Leo Bosse, IPAG/CNRS

Ionospheric irregularities during geomagnetic storms near the southern crest of the EIA in South America
Gilda de Lourdes González, National University of Tucumán

Ionospheric tilt angle as indicator of Travelling Ionospheric Disturbances
Estefania Blanch, Observatori de l'EbreSpain

Storm-time patterns of Center-of-Mass of the ionosphere
Tamara Gulyaeva, IZMIRAN

Multiscale analysis of LOFAR calibration data
Katarzyna Budzinska, Space Research Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences

Observation of the ionosphere in middle latitudes during 2009, 2018 and 2018/2019 Sudden Stratospheric Warming events
Zbyšek Mošna, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences

Statistical characteristic and correlation of low latitude F region bottom-type irregularity layers and plasma plumes over Sanya
Lianhuan Hu, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Low latitude ionosphere response to the 7 October 2015 event triggered by a solar wind stream interaction region
María Graciela Molina, UNT - CONICET

Ionosphere behavior during the Geomagnetic Storms over the different latitude Regions
Bhupendra Malvi, Barkatullah University, India

Characterization of the ionospheric scintillation impacts as measured by the Rate of TEC index (ROTI). 
Pierre Cilliers, South African National Space Agency



Assessment of the effects of GOES sensors on space weather services for HF users
Robyn Fiori, Natural Resources Canada

Development of service to monitor and forecast ionosphere scintillation in high latitudes
Lidia Nikitina, Natural Resources Canada

Using the Spire TEC Environment Assimilative Model (STEAM) to provide ICAO space weather advisories
Matthew Angling, Spire Global

Overview of South African National Space Agency’s Products and Services Development to serve the aviation sector .
Rendani Nndanganeni, SANSA


R20 and development of services

ESA SSA Space Weather Portal 3.1 Presentation
Olivier Lamborelle, Space Applications Services

Developing the Met Office space weather operations-to-research (O2R) process
Suzy Bingham, Met Office

Real time physics-based solar wind forecasts for SafeSpace
Rui Pinto, IRAP/CNRS & LDE3/CEA Saclay

Space Weather research in Turin Observatory: the SWELTO project
Alessandro Bemporad, INAF - Turin Astrophysical Observatory

Toward automatic identification of transient structures in the solar wind at 1 au
Brenda Daniela Dorsch, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

New real-time auroral activity index from geomagnetic measurements
Tiera Laitinen, Finnish Meteorological Institute

Solar Energetic Particles (SEP) Scoreboard
Leila Mays, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Space weather services in Argentina: Argentine Space Weather Laboratory (LAMP) activities
Vanina Lanabere, 
Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

The ESA Virtual Space Weather Modelling Centre-Part 3
Stefaan Poedts, 
KU Leuven

Approaching deadlines:

Registration opens:

16 July 2020

Abstract submission opens:

16 July 2020

European Space Weather Medals:

6 September 2020

Registration deadline:

25 September 2020

Registration deadline: [extended]

10 October 2020

Abstract submission deadline:

4 September 2020