Solar Energetic Particles (SEP), Solar Modulation and Space Radiation: New Opportunities in the AMS-02 Era

from Sunday, October 18, 2015 (4:00 PM) to Friday, October 23, 2015 (7:20 PM)
Queen Kapiolani Hotel

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Oct 18, 2015
Oct 19, 2015
Oct 20, 2015
Oct 21, 2015
Oct 22, 2015
Oct 23, 2015
AM
7:30 AM --- Breakfast ---
8:00 AM
Registration (until 8:45 AM) ()
8:45 AM
Monday Morning 1 - Veronica Bindi (University of Hawai'i at Manoa (US)) (until 10:35 AM) ()
8:45 AM Welcome - Veronica Bindi (University of Hawai'i at Manoa (US))   ()
8:50 AM Welcome - Vasilis Symros   ()
9:00 AM NASA - NASA HQ   ()
9:20 AM AMS-02 latest results - Veronica Bindi (University of Hawai'i at Manoa (US))   ()
9:50 AM The total modulation of cosmic rays in the heliosphere - Marthinus Potgieter (North-West Uiversity)   ()
10:35 AM --- Coffee Break + Group Photo ---
11:00 AM
Monday Morning 2 - Veronica Bindi (University of Hawai'i at Manoa (US)) (until 12:10 PM) ()
11:00 AM Geomagnetic Cutoff Rigidity Values are a Valuable Tool in Analyzing Cosmic Radiation Measurements on the Earth and in Near-Earth Space - Margaret Shea (SSSRC)   ()
11:45 AM Cosmic Ray Modulation over the 22 Year Magnetic Cycle Observed by Neutron Monitors - Paul Evenson (Bartol Research Institute and Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716, USA)   ()
7:30 AM --- Breakfast ---
8:45 AM
Tuesday Morning 1 -Prof. Marty Lee (University of New Hampshire) (until 10:25 AM) ()
8:45 AM Voyager Observations in the Outer Heliosphere and Interstellar Medium - Dr John Richardson (M.I.T.)   ()
9:35 AM Solar modulation of GCRs from the Balloon-Borne Experiment with a Superconducting Spectrometer (BESS) - Kenichi Sakai (NASA/GSFC/CRESST/UMBC)   ()
10:25 AM --- Coffee Break ---
10:40 AM
Tuesday Morning 2 -Prof. Marty Lee (University of New Hampshire) (until 12:10 PM) ()
10:40 AM The PAMELA experiment - Dr Mirko Boezio (INFN - Sezione di Trieste)   ()
11:25 AM Neutron monitors as a traditional tool to study cosmic rays variability - Ilya Usoskin (University of Oulu)   ()
9:00 AM --- Free Day ---
7:30 AM --- Breakfast ---
8:45 AM
Thursday Morning 1 -Prof. Marius Potgieter (North - West University) (until 10:25 AM) ()
8:45 AM The Theory of SEP Acceleration and Transport - Prof. Martin Lee (University of New Hampshire)   ()
9:35 AM Kinetic simulations of particle acceleration at collisionless shocks - Damiano Caprioli (Princeton University)   ()
10:25 AM --- Coffee Break ---
10:40 AM
Thursday Morning 2 -Prof. Marius Potgieter (North - West University) (until 12:10 PM) ()
10:40 AM SOLAR COSMIC RAY GROUND-LEVEL EVENT (GLE) ANISOTROPY - Dr Don Smart (SSSRC)   ()
11:25 AM Coronal mass ejections and large solar energetic particle events - Mr Pertti Makela (Catholic University of America, Washington, DC 20064, USA)   ()
7:30 AM --- Breakfast ---
8:45 AM
Friday Morning 1 -Dr Mirko Boezio (INFN - Sezione di Trieste) (until 10:25 AM) ()
8:45 AM Fermi Large Area Telescope observations of high-energy gamma-ray emission from behind-the-limb solar flares - Melissa Pesce-Rollins (INFN-Pisa)   ()
9:30 AM Characteristics of Long Duration Gamma-Ray Flares - Dr Gerald Share (University of Maryland)   ()
10:25 AM --- Coffee Break ---
10:40 AM
Friday Morning 2 - Mirko Boezio (Universita e INFN, Trieste (IT)) (until 12:15 PM) ()
10:40 AM Interpretation of Solar Flare Observations by Fermi-LAT and Other Instruments - Prof. Vahe' Petrosian (Stanford University)   ()
11:25 AM The space radiations as observed by the Energetic Particle Telescope - Dr Viviane Pierrard (Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy)   ()
PM
4:00 PM
Registration (until 9:00 PM) ()
5:00 PM --- Aloha Cocktail ---
12:10 PM --- Lunch ---
2:00 PM
Monday Afternoon 1 -Dr Allan Tylka (NASA GODDARD) (until 3:30 PM) ()
2:00 PM Overview of Solar Energetic Particle Event Observations and Open Questions - Christina Cohen (Caltech)   ()
2:45 PM Particle Acceleration in the inner Heliosphere: Diffusive Shock Acceleration and Quiet-Time Processes - Dr Gary P Zank (Center for Space Plasma and Aeronomic Research (CSPAR) and Department of Space Science, University of Alabama in Huntsville)   ()
3:30 PM
Coffee Break (until 4:15 PM) ()
3:30 PM
Poster Session (until 4:15 PM) ()
3:30 PM Characteristic of the Neutron Monitor Settled in Daejeon, South Korea and Another NM to be Installed at Jang-Bogo Station in the Antarctic. - Jongil Jung (Chungnam National Uniyversity)   ()
3:30 PM Diffusive Propagation of Galactic Cosmic Rays in a Two Halo Scenario - Nicola Tomassetti (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR))   ()
3:30 PM Diffusive shock acceleration and the coupled hydromagnetic wave excitation in the low corona - Mr Gen Li (University of New Hampshire)   ()
3:30 PM ESTIMATING POSSIBLE BACKGROUND SOURCES FOR AN ANTIDEUTERON COSMIC FLUX USING A MONTE CARLO GENERATOR - Mr Diego Gomez Coral (Instituto de Física, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), México, D. F. 01000, Mexico.)   ()
3:30 PM Historic Record of Neutron Monitor Ground-level Count Rates at the Solar Minimum of Solar Cycle 23-24 - Jongil Jung (Chungnam National University)   ()
3:30 PM Inter-Relationship of Solar and Interplanetary Phenomena During Solar Cycles 23 and 24 - Dr Ian Richardson (University of Maryland)   ()
3:30 PM Non-parametric determination of p and He interstellar fluxes from TOA cosmic ray data - David Alain Maurin (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR))   ()
3:30 PM Proton energy spectra during ground level enhancements as measured by EPHIN aboard SOHO - Patrick Kühl (University of Kiel)   ()
3:30 PM Solar Energetic Particle transport along meandering field lines and the interpretation of wide longitudinal events - Dr Frederic Effenberger (Stanford University)   ()
3:30 PM Study of Solar Energetic Particle Events for Support of Human and Robotic Spaceflight - Bryan Yamashiro (University of Hawaii at Manoa)   ()
3:30 PM The Neutron Monitor Database (NMDB) - Christian Steigies (Institut für Experimentelle und Angewandte Physik Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel)   ()
4:15 PM
Monday Afternoon 2 -Dr Allan Tylka (NASA GODDARD) (until 5:45 PM) ()
4:15 PM The Role of Solar and Solar Wind Forcing of Radiation Belt Particle Enhancements - Dr Daniel N. Baker (University of Colorado Boulder)   ()
5:00 PM Forbush Decreases: The View From Space - Dr Ian Richardson (University of Maryland)   ()
12:10 PM --- Lunch ---
2:00 PM
Tuesday Afternoon 1 - Julia Hoffman (University of Hawai'i at Manoa (US)) (until 3:45 PM) ()
2:00 PM Measurement of the time dependence of the cosmic ray electron and positron flux with the AMS Experiment - Stefan Schael (Rheinisch-Westfaelische Tech. Hoch. (DE))   ()
2:45 PM Precision Measurement of the Proton and Helium Fluxin Primary Cosmic Rays with AMS-02 - Nicola Tomassetti (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR))   ()
3:15 PM Ion Flux Measurement with the AMS-02 Experiment - Pierre Erwan Saouter (Universite de Geneve (CH))   ()
3:45 PM --- Coffee Break ---
3:45 PM
Poster Session (until 4:30 PM) ()
4:30 PM
Tuesday Afternoon 2 -Dr Mercedes Paniccia (Université de Genève) (until 6:00 PM) ()
4:30 PM Precise Measurement of the Monthly Proton Flux with AMS-02 on the ISS - Cristina Consolandi (University of Hawai'i at Manoa (US))   ()
4:50 PM Solar modulation of proton LIS with spacecrafts, ballons and neutron monitors - Claudio Corti (University of Hawai'i at Manoa (US))   ()
5:10 PM TIME DEPENDENCE OF THE COSMIC-RAY ELECTRON AND POSITRON SPECTRA MEASURED BY PAMELA EXPERIMENT DURING THE 23TH SOLAR MINIMUM - Riccardo Munini (INFN - Universita Studi Trieste)   ()
5:30 PM Neutron Monitors and cosmic-ray data for solar modulation studies: systematic uncertainties and modulation level time series - David Alain Maurin (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR))   ()
12:10 PM --- Lunch ---
2:00 PM
Thursday Afternoon 1 - Ilya Usoskin (University of Oulu) (until 3:30 PM) ()
2:00 PM Galactic Cosmic Ray Proton Spectra during Solar Cycle 23 and 24 - Measurement Capabilities of the Electron Proton Helium Telescope on Board SOHO - Patrick Kühl (University of Kiel)   ()
2:30 PM Magnetospheric Effects on High Energy Solar Particles: PAMELA Measurements - Dr Georgia de Nolfo (NASA/GSFC)   ()
3:00 PM Geomagnetically trapped, albedo and solar particles: trajectory analysis and flux reconstruction with PAMELA - Dr Alessandro Bruno (INFN sezione di Bari; Department of Physics, University of Bari, Italy)   ()
3:30 PM --- Coffee Break ---
3:45 PM
Thursday Afternoon 2 (until 6:00 PM) ()
3:45 PM Short-term Solar Activity Measured by AMS-02 - Kathryn Whitman (University of Hawai'i at Manoa (US))   ()
4:05 PM X Flares and AMS-02 SEP Events at the Maximum of Cycle 24 - Dr Richard Fisher (GSFC Heliophysics Sciience Division)   ()
4:25 PM Geomagnetic cutoff simulations for low-energy cosmic rays - Dr Philip von Doetinchem (University of Hawaii at Manoa)   ()
4:45 PM The Dynamic GLE Proton Spectrum of 2001 April 15 and 2005 January 20 - Dr James M Ryan (University of New Hampshire)   ()
5:05 PM Solar Protons above 500 MeV in Interplanetary Space and in the Sun’s Atmosphere - Allan Tylka (NASA-GSFC)   ()
7:00 PM --- Social Dinner ---
12:15 PM --- Lunch ---
2:00 PM
Friday Afternoon 1 (until 3:25 PM) ()
2:00 PM Space Radiation, current status and next - Edward Semones (NASA)   ()
2:20 PM NASA galactic cosmic radiation environment model: Badhwar - O’Neill (2014) - Dr Ryan Rios (NASA Johnson Space Center)   ()
2:40 PM GCR Simulator Development Status at the NASA Space Radiation Laboratory - John Norbury (NASA)   ()
2:55 PM Impact of AMS-II measurements on reducing GCR model uncertainties - John Norbury (NASA)   ()
3:10 PM Validation of NASA Space Radiation Analysis Tools with ISS Radiation Environment Monitor (REM) Data - John Norbury (NASA)   ()
3:25 PM --- Coffee Break ---
3:40 PM
Friday Afternoon 2 - Veronica Bindi (University of Hawai'i at Manoa (US)) (until 6:00 PM) ()
3:40 PM The Advanced Neutron Spectrometer for Manned Exploration - Dr Mark Christl (Marshall Space Flight Center - Nasa)   ()
4:00 PM The Space Radiation Environment on the Surface of Mars Measured with the RAD Instrument on the Mars Science Laboratory - Hassler Don (Southwest Research Institute, Boulder, CO, USA & Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale, Orsay, France)   ()
4:20 PM Open discussion and final remarks   ()