Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere

第53回生存圏シンポジウム
第6回宇宙プラズマ中非線形波動と乱流に関する国際ワークショップ

開催日時 2006/10/09(月) 9:50~ - 2006/10/13(金) ~17:00
開催場所 九州大学西新プラザ (福岡市早良区)
主催者 九州大学大学院総合理工学研究院
申請代表者 羽田亨 (九州大学大学院総合理工学研究院)
所内担当者 大村善治 (京都大学生存圏研究所生存科学計算機実験分野)
関連ミッション ミッション 3 (宇宙環境・利用)
関連分野 生存科学計算機実験分野、生存圏電波応用分野。

目的・内容

本国際ワークショップは、宇宙プラズマ中の非線形波動と乱流について、プラズマ理論、非線形波動の数理科学、データ解析、計算機シミュレーションなどの複数の視点から活発な議論を行う場である。比較的少人数(50 人程度)で集まることにより一人当たりの講演と質疑応答に十分な時間をとり、活発な討論を行うことを趣旨とする。

プログラム

  Oct. 09 Monday (MHD waves 1)
9:50–10:00 Opening
10:00–10:30 Bruce T. Tsurutani (RISH and JPL), G. S. Lakhina, E. Echerf, F. L. Guarnieri, and O. P. Verkhoglyadova,
Kinetic Alfven waves, dissipation, and related turbulence
10:30–11:00 Olga Alexandrova (LESIA, Obs. de Paris, France),
Solar wind vs. magnetosheath turbulence. Observations of Alfven vortices
11:00–11:20 Break
11:20–11:50 Geroge Morales (UCLA, USA),
Alfvenic phenomena of relevance to laboratory and space plasmas
11:50–12:20 Troy Carter (UCLA, USA), B. Brugman, and D. W. Auerbach,
Nonlinear interactions between Alfven waves in a laboratory plasma
 
  Oct. 09 Monday (MHD waves 2)
14:00–14:30 Yasuhito Narita (TUBraunschweig, Germany), K. -H. Glassmeier, and R. A. Treumann,
Properties of foreshock turbulence determined by Cluster spacecraft
14:30–15:00 Daiki Koga (INPE, Brazil),
On the intermittent nature of solar wind turbulence near the Earth’s bow shock: phase coherence and non-Gaussianity
15:00–15:30 Thierry Passot (CNRS, Obs. de la Cote d’Azur, France) and P. L. Sulem,
Mirror mode structures: theory and Landau fluid simulations
15:30–15:50 Break
15:50–16:20 Mikhail Medvedev (U. Kansas, USA),
Collisionless dissipative dynamics of nonlinear Alfven waves
16:20–16:50 Einar Mjolhus (Tromso U., Norway),
Velocity-amplitude relationships and polarizations in families of MHD solitary waves
16:50–17:20 Zensho Yoshida (U. Tokyo, Japan),
Order and complexity in two-fluid plasmas
17:40–18:20 Welcome concert
 
  Oct. 10 Tuesday (Waves and shocks in general)
9:30–10:00 Joerg Buechner (MPI Sonnensystemforschung, Germany),
Collisionless dissipation beyond the limits of the quasi-linear theory
10:00–10:30 Konrad Sauer (MPI, Germany) and R. Sydora,
Kinetic simulations of whistler oscillitons
10:30–11:00 Lin-Ni Hau (Central U., Taiwan),
On the slow waves, fire-hose and mirror instabilities
11:00–11:20 Break
11:20–11:50 Michael Gedalin (Ben-Gurion U., Israel),
Fine structure and particle dynamics in non-relativistic and relativistic shocks: Similarities and differences
11:50–12:20 Shuichi Matsukiyo (Kyushu U., Japan) and M. Scholer,
Energy dissipation through microinstabilities in the foot of a high Mach number quasi-perpendicular shock
 
  Oct. 10 Tuesday (Langmuir waves and turbulence)
14:00–14:30 Jan Soucek (Inst of Atmospheric Physics, Czech),
Satellite observations of a nonlinear decay of foreshock Langmuir waves
14:30–15:00 Hans Pecseli (U. Oslo, Norway),
Excitation and evolution of phase space vortices in plasmas
15:00–15:30 Takayuki Umeda (STEL, Nagoya U., Japan),
Vlasov simulation of amplitude-modulated Langmuir waves
15:30–15:50 Break
15:50–16:20 Jolene S. Pickett (U. Iowa, USA), I. W. Christopher, L. -J. Chen, G. S. Lakhina, S. V. Singh, R. V. Reddy, D. A. Gurnett, T. F. Averkamp, O. Santolik, B. Tsurutani, and E. Lucek,
Gaining insight into electrostatic solitary wave propagation and characteristics through spacecraft observations, theory and simulations
16:20–16:50 Raymond Pottelette (CETP, France),
Phase space holes and elementary radiation events
16:50–17:20 Tohru Hada (Kyushu U., Japan) and Y. Nariyuki,
Interactions among foreshock MHD waves and consequences
 
  Oct. 11 Wednesday (Waves in Astrophysical plasma)
9:30–10:00 Steve Spangler (U. Iowa, USA),
Radio astronomical remote sensing of turbulence and current sheets in the solar corona
10:00–10:30 Masahiro Hoshino (U. Tokyo, Japan),
A new wakefield acceleration in relativistic shock waves
10:30–11:00 Claus Jaroschek (U. Tokyo, Japan), M. Hoshino, H. Lesch, and R. A. Treumann,
Radiation stimulated in relativistic plasma-beam-scenarios: Application to outbursts in pulsar emission
11:00–11:20 Break
11:20–11:50 Frank Verheest (U. Gent, Belgium),
Large nonlinear modes in pair plasmas
11:50–12:20 Victor Munoz (U. Chille, Chille),
Large amplitude Alfven waves in relativistic pair plasmas
 
  Oct. 11 Wednesday
14:00–19:00 Excursion to Dazaifu shrine and Kyushu National Museum
 
  Oct. 12 Thursday (Turbulence 1)
9:30–10:00 Peter Yoon (U. Maryland, USA),
Self-consistent generation of kappa distribution/quasi-power law spectrum of plasma turbulence
10:00–10:30 Michio Yamada (Kyoto U., Japan) and Y. Saiki,
Chaotic properties of a shell model turbulence
10:30–11:00 Abraham Chian (INPE, Brazil),
Transient dynamics in the drift-wave turbulence
11:00–11:20 Break
11:20–11:50 Yoshitaka Saiki (Keio U., Japan),
Unstable periodic orbits embedded in a chaotic attractor
11:50–12:20 Fred Skiff (U. Iowa, USA),
Particle degrees of freedom in the two-point correlation function
 
  Oct. 12 Thursday (Turbulence 2)
14:00–14:30 Manfred Leubner (U. Innsbruck, Austria),
Consequences of entropy bifurcation in non-Maxwellian astrophysical environments
14:30–15:00 Wieslaw Macek (Space Res Ctr, Poland),
Multifractality and intermittency in the solar wind
15:00–15:30 Dastgeer Shaikh (U. C. Riverside, USA),
On the origin of turbulent density fluctuation spectrum in the interstellar medium
15:30–15:50 Break
15:50–16:20 Tom Chang (MIT, USA),
Dynamical complexity of nonlinear plasmas, intermittent turbulence, and the dynamic renormalization Group
16:20–16:50 Zoltan Voeroes (Space Res Inst, Austria),
Turbulence in the Earth’s plasma sheet
16:50–17:20 David Sundkvist (IRFU, Sweden),
Microphysics at the dissipation range: observations of nonlinear structures and coherent dissipation by reconnection
 
18:00–21:00 Reception (‘Zen no Shizuku’ in Marinoa City Fukuoka, tel. 092-885-5170)
 
  Oct. 13 Friday (Coronal heating)
9:30–10:00 Eric Buchlin (U. Florence, Italy),
Intermittent heating of the solar corona by MHD turbulence
10:00–10:30 Takeru Suzuki (U. Tokyo, Japan),
Coronal heating and wind acceleration by nonlinear Alfven waves — global simulations with gravity, radiation, and conduction
10:30–11:00 John Harmon (Arecibo Obs, Puerto Rico),
Kinetic Alfven waves in the corona and solar wind
11:00–11:20 Break
11:20–11:50 Yuriy Voitenko (U. Leuven, Belgium) and M. Goossens,
Nonlinear Alfven waves and coronal heating
11:50–12:20 Tomoko Nakagawa (Tohoku Inst Tech, Japan) and M. Iizima,
MHD waves responsible for solar wind heating detected in the type III solar radio bursts
 
  Oct. 13 Friday (Particle acceleration)
14:00–14:30 Peter Gary (LANL, USA),
Simulations and observations of ion and electron scattering in the solar wind
14:30–15:00 Rim Turkmani (Imperial Coll, UK),
Particle acceleration in solar flares
15:00–15:30 Fumiko Otsuka (RISH, Japan) and Y. Omura,
Spatially dependent mean free path of energetic particles: Test particle simulation study
15:30–15:50 Break
15:50–16:20 Olga Verkhoglyadova (U. C. Riverside, USA),
Modeling energetic particle acceleration in large SEP events
16:20–16:50 Yasuhiro Kuramitsu (Academia Sinica, Taiwan), C. S. Liu, S. H. Chen, and L. C. Tai,
Injection and acceleration of monoenergertic electrons by a self-modulated laser pulse
16:50–17:00 Closing

 

Poster papers

  • Shinji Saito and S. Peter Gary (LANL, USA),
    All whistlers are not created equally: Scattering of suprathermal electrons in the solar wind by particle-in-cell simulations
  • Suktisama Ghosh and G. S. Lakhina (RISH, Japan),
    Parametric analysis of positive polarity structures in the magnetosphere
  • A. Szczepaniak and W. Macek (Space Res Ctr, Poland),
    Weighted two-scale Cantor set for solar wind turbulence
  • Yasuhiro Nariyuki and T. Hada (Kyushu U., Japan),
    Kinetically modified parametric instabilities of circularly-polarized Alfven waves: Ion kinetic effects
  • P. L. Sulem and T. Passot (Nice Obs., France),
    A FLR-Landau fliud model for the simulation of Alfven wave cascade and mirror structures
  • I. Silin, R. Sydora and K. Sauer (MPI, Germany),
    Electron beam-plasma interaction: Vlasov-Poisson simulations
  • Shin Tanaka and T. Ogino (STEL, Japan),
    Numerical study of DNLS equation for the formation of Alfven solitons
  • Kunihiro Kamataki (Kyushu U., Japan), Y. Nagashima, S. Shinohara, Y. Kawai, M. Yagi, K. Itoh, and S. -I. Itoh,
    Collisional drift and flute wave instabilties in bounded linear ECR plasma — identification and stabilization

 

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