Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere

第58回生存圏シンポジウム
CAWSES International Workshop on Space Weather Modeling (CSWM)

開催日時 2006/11/14(火) 9:20~ - 2006/11/17(金) ~17:00
開催場所 海洋研究開発機構 横浜研究所 地球シミュレータセンター
主催者 (独)海洋研究開発機構 地球シミュレータセンター
申請代表者 草野完也 ((独)海洋研究開発機構地球シミュレータセンター)
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

生存圏である宇宙空間において、近未来に人類が安全に科学・経済活動を行うためには、宇宙環境の予報である「宇宙天気予報」は、重要な役割を果たし得る。本集会では、世界の指導的な研究者が一同に会して議論することにより、シミュレーションとモデリング研究の到達点を把握し、今後数年間の研究を先導する明確な指針を与えることを目指した。

プログラム

  November 14
  (Chair: T. Sakurai)
9:20–  9:30 Opening
K. Kusano
9:30–10:00 S. Tsuneta (invited):
“Hinode” A New Solar Observatory in Space —Current Status—
10:00–10:20 Y. Katsukawa:
First Light of Solar Optical Telescope (SOT) on HINODE
10:20–10:40 H. Hara:
Hinode X-ray Telescope and EUV Imaging Spectrometer
10:40–11:00 break
  (Chair: T. Obara)
11:00–11:40 F. R. Toffoletto (invited):
Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling: A Modeler’s Perspective
11:40–12:00 H. Shinagawa:
Development of the NICT real-time thermosphere-ionosphere simulator
12:00–12:40 H. Fujiwara (invited):
GCM simulations of the thermaospherer/ionosphere
12:40–14:00 lunch
  (Chair: T. Yokoyama)
14:00–14:40 V. Archontis (invited):
Emergence and eruptions of magnetic flux in the solar atmosphere
14:40–15:00 H. Kurokawa:
Observational Evidences of Emerging Twisted Magnetic Flux Ropes in Strong Flare Regions
15:00–15:20 N. Gopalswamy:
Coronal Mass Ejections and Adverse Space Weather
15:20–15:40 S. Pohjolainen:
Tracing CMEs from the corona to 1 AU in radio emission
  Poster I (Chair: T. Yokoyama)
15:40–16:10 Short Oral Presentation
16:10–17:40 Core Presentation Time
17:40–18:40 Virtual Conference I
  November 15
  (Chair: T. Terasawa)
9:00–  9:35 T. Wiegelmann (invited):
Nonlinear force-free field modeling of the solar coronal magnetic field
9:35–10:00 Y. Yan (invited):
Nonlinear Force-Free Field Modeling of Solar Coronal Magnetic Fields
10:00–10:20 H. He:
Non-linear force-free magnetic field extrapolation scheme based on the direct boundary integral formulation
10:20–10:40 break
  (Chair: S. Machida)
10:40–11:20 W. B. Manchester (invited):
Simulations of the Sun-Earth System: Modeling the Halloween Events with SWMF
11:20–12:00 D. Odstrcil (invited):
Numerical Modeling of May 1998 Interplanetary CME Events
12:00–12:20 K. Hayashi:
MHD simulation of solar corona and solar wind and the sub-Alfvenic boundary treatments to utilize the measurement data
12:20–12:40 T. Miyoshi:
A positively conservative scheme for MHD in space plasma simulations
12:40–14:00 lunch
  (Chair: K. Maezawa)
14:00–14:40 G. Li (invited):
Particle acceleration and transport in large SEP events
14:40–15:00 N. V. Nitta:
SEP Properties and Magnetic Field Connection of the Source Region
15:00–15:20 M. Oka:
Particle Acceleration by Shocks and the Whistler Critical Mach Number
15:20–15:40 I. Shinohara:
Electron acceleration via magnetic island coalescence
15:40–16:00 break
16:00–17:00 “The Earth Simulator” Tour
17:00–18:00 Bus Transportation
18:00–20:00 Banquet at China Town, Yokohama
  November 16
  (Chair: M. Ugai)
9:00–  9:40 T. Amari (invited):
9:40–10:20 B. Kliem (invited):
Mechanisms and Kinematics of CoronalMass Ejections
10:20–10:40 D. Shiota:
Three dimensional Magnetohydrodinamic modeling of Coronal Mass Ejections
10:40–11:00 break
  (Chair: M. Hoshino)
11:00–11:40 T. G. Onsager (invited):
Scientific Model Developments Needed to Mitigate Space Weather Impacts
11:40–12:20 J. Raeder (invited):
Progress and Challenges Modeling the Geospace Environment
12:20–12:40 T. Ogino:
An MHD Simulation of the Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Interaction on Substorms and Magnetospheric Storms
12:40–14:00 lunch
  (Chair: Y. Omura)
14:00–14:40 M. Fok (invited):
Modeling the Inner Magnetosphere
14:40–15:00 R. Kataoka:
MHD and ring current simulations of a superstorm on 20 November 2003
15:00–15:20 H. Shimazu:
Real-time global MHD simulation of the solar wind interaction with the earth’s magnetosphere
15:20–15:40 S. Fujita:
A numerical simulation of an overshielding effect of the magnetospheric convection electric field
  Poster II (Chair: Y. Omura)
15:40–16:10 Short Oral Presentation
16:10–17:40 Core Presentation Time
17:40–18:40 Virtual Conference II
  November 17
  (Chair: TBD)
9:00–  9:40 M. Rempel (invited):
Modeling and predicting solar cycles using a flux-transport dynamo
9:40–10:00 T. Magara:
Photospheric and coronal activities dynamically produced by flux emergence
10:00–10:20 H. Wang:
Correlation between Solar Flare Procuntivity and Photospheric Magnetic Field Properties
10:20–10:40 A. Asai:
Anemone Structure and Geo-Effective Flares/CMEs
10:40–11:00 break
  (Chair: T. Kikuchi)
11:00–11:40 B. T. Welsch (invited):
Forecasting Space Weather with Dynamic Coronal Models
11:40–12:00 T. K. Suzuki:
Forecasting Solar Wind Speeds
12:00–12:20 D. Nagata:
Solar wind control of plasma number density in the near-Earth plasma sheet: Coordinated study of WIND-ACE/GEOTAIL observations
12:20–12:40 Y. Katoh:
Particle simulation of VLF triggered emissions —roles of the nonlinear cyclotron resonant interaction in the wave generation process
12:40–14:00 lunch
  (Chair: TBD)
14:00–14:40 K. Kusano (invited):
Predictability of Solar Flare Onset and Multi-scale Modelings for Space Weather Dynamics
14:40–15:00 T. Sugiyama:
MHD-PIC Interlocked Simulation Model for Magnetic Reconnection
15:00–15:20 T. Umeda:
Polynomial interpolation for hyperbolic conservation laws (PIC) scheme: Application to Vlasov Simulations
15:20–15:40 K. Fujimoto:
Magnetic Reconnection in Large and Fully Kinetic System
15:40–16:00 break
  Summary (Chair: K. Shibata)
16:00–16:30 Y. Kamide:
Toward the success of space weather predictions
16:30–17:00 Discussion & Closing
K. Shibata

 

POSTER I

November 14
Short Oral Presentation: (15:40–16:10)
Core Presentation Time: (16:10–17:40)

  • P1-01    K. K. Reeves:
    Expected Performance and Science Modes of the X-Ray Telescope on Solar B
  • P1-02    T. Yamamoto:
    Forecast of the Solar Flare Magnitude from the Photospheric Magnetic Field
  • P1-03    K. Nagashima:
    The trigger mechanism of flares occurred in the most flareproductive active region during Solar Cycle 23
  • P1-04    K. Hori:
    Coronal Transient Activities Observed with Norikura Green-line Imaging System “NOGIS”
  • P1-05    T. Matsumoto:
    MHD modeling for global corona
  • P1-06    T. Yokoyama:
    Study of the Energy Build-up Process in Solar Active Regions by Using the Longitudinal Magnetic Field Observations
  • P1-07    S. Ueno:
    Investigation of the Spatial Correlation between Solar Flare Kernels and Photospheric Magnetic Field Configurations by using the SMART at Hida Obs
  • P1-08    S. Yashiro:
    X-class Flares without Coronal Mass Ejections during Solar Cycle 23
  • P1-09    K. Nishida:
    An MHD model for impulsive flares focused on a correlation between plasmoid speed and reconnection rate
  • P1-10    K. Hakamada:
    The relationships among Solar Wind Speed, Coronal Magnetic Field, and Photospheric Magnetic Field
  • P1-11    K. Tsubouchi:
    Processes of the Alfven wave compression by high-speed solar winds
  • P1-12    K. G. Tanaka:
    Study of reconnection layer structure with density asymmetric current sheet
  • P1-13    T. Shimizu:
    MHD Study of Three-Dimensional Instability in the Spontaneous Fast Magnetic Reconnection
  • P1-14    R. Yamazaki:
    Full particle simulation of a perpendicular collisionless shock: A shock-rest-frame model
  • P1-15    Y. Fujita:
    Visualization and Analysis of Three Dimensional Shock Surfaces formed in MHD Simulation of Magnetic Loop
  • P1-16    S. S. Ghosh:
    Electron acoustic dromions in auroral plasma
  • P1-17    M. S. Nakamura:
    Study of plasma environment at geosynchronous orbit of the real-time magnetosphere simulation for spacecraft charging forecast as space weather services
  • P1-18    T. Minoshima:
    Fokker-Planck modeling of the non-thermal electrons in a solar flare —numerical simulation and comparison with the observations—
  • P1-19    K. Fukazawa:
    Relation of the aurora activity with the magnetospheric dynamics in the rapid rotational planets
  • P1-20    S. Tanaka:
    New MHD simulation codes with a higher-order non-oscillatory scheme
  • P1-21    T. Miyake:
    Three-dimensional full-particle simulations of ion beam instability
  • P1-22    K. T. Murata:
    Solar-Terrestrial data Analysis and Reference System Based on Web Service and RSS1.0

プログラムの Poster I へもどる

POSTER II

November 16
Short Oral Presentation: (15:40–16:10)
Core Presentation Time: (16:10–17:40)

  • P2-25    L. L. Lundquist:
    Calibration of the X-Ray Telescope on Solar-B
  • P2-26    K. Otsuji:
    The measurement of ascent speed of the ephemeral active regions using the cloud model
  • P2-27    P. Antolin:
    Nanoflare and Alfvén wave heating models, predicting differences in the observational signatures
  • P2-28    Y. Yamauchi:
    Comparison between Characteristics of Filament Eruptions and Magnetic Flux Ropes
  • P2-29    J. C. Santos:
    Studying the evolution of plasma and magnetic field over active regions associated to flares and CMEs
  • P2-30    J. C. Santos:
    Determining the photospheric plasma flow from photospheric magnetic field measurements
  • P2-31    H. Isobe:
    MHD simulations of solar emerging flux regions using the Earth Simulator
  • P2-32    S. Inoue:
    Three-Dimensional Flux Tube Dynamics in the Solar Corona
  • P2-33    S. Inoue:
    The Extrapolation of Three-Dimensional Magnetic Field in the Solar Corona
  • P2-34    S. Notoya:
    The process of the flux-rope formation and eruption triggered by the emerging flux
  • P2-35    S. Watari:
    High speed solar wind and coronal holes near solar minimum
  • P2-36    A. K. Jadeja:
    CORONAL MASS EJECTIONS OF 28 OCTOBER 2003 & 14 NOVEMBER 2003 AND ASSOCIATED SPACE WEATHER EFFECTS
  • P2-37    A. Nakata:
    The current wedge in Magnetohydrodynamics simulation of fast reconnection model
  • P2-38    K. Kondoh:
    Study of Fast Convection Flow by Three Dimensional MHD Simulations
  • P2-39    Y. Matsumoto:
    Turbulent transport of cold and dense solar wind plasma into the magnetosphere by 3-D evolution of the Kelvin-Helmholtz instability
  • P2-40    T. Amano:
    Effect of Shock Angle on Fast and Direct Acceleration of Electrons in High Mach Number Quasi-Perpendicular Shocks
  • P2-41    N. Nishizuka:
    The test of the Fermi acceleratoion of the plasmoids passing through the fast shock
  • P2-42    Y. Ebihara:
    Dynamics of the ring current during severe magnetic storms
  • P2-43    R. Kombiyil:
    Storm-time equivalent currents derived from a meridional magnetometer chain and the investigation of associated dynamics
  • P2-44    N. Terada:
    Numerical modeling of the circulation of ionospheric and solar wind particles in the magnetosphere
  • P2-45    S. Shima:
    Super-Droplet Method:
    a Particle-Based Cloud Microphysics Coupled with Nonhydrostatic Model
  • P2-46    A. Kawano:
    Macro-micro Interlocked Simulation of Gas Detonation

プログラムの Poster II へもどる

 

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