Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere

第415回生存圏シンポジウム
宇宙プラズマにおける電波科学と電波計測技術に関する研究集会
Workshop on radio science and wave measurement technology in space plasma

開催日時 2019(令和元)年11月19日(火)13:45~20日(水)14:35
開催場所 しいのき迎賓館(11月19日)
金沢大学・角間キャンパス(11月20日)
申請代表者 笠原禎也 (金沢大学総合メディア基盤センター)
所内担当者 小嶋浩嗣 (京都大学生存圏研究所宇宙圏電磁環境探査分野)

目的および内容

人類の宇宙利活用に大きく影響を及ぼす地球近傍の放射線帯物理の解明、電波計測技術を活かした地上観測・電波応用など、「電波・波動」をキーワードにした生存圏科学に関する研究集会を開催する。本研究集会では、40分程度のチュートリアル・招待講演を複数件設ける。一般講演も発表・質疑応答の時間を長めに設定して、電波科学・電波応用に関わる研究者間の知見・相互理解を深める。またポスター発表の時間に、学生・若手研究者の発表をできる限り受け入れて、若手科学者の育成と横のつながりを強化し、当該学問分野の裾野を広げる機会とする。

申請代表者の笠原教授は、内部磁気圏探査衛星「あらせ」のプラズマ波動観測器の主任研究者(PI)として、所内担当教員・小嶋教授と共に観測機器開発・データ解析の主導的立場にあることから、その研究拠点である金沢で本研究集会を開催する。加えて、地球電磁気・地球惑星圏学会(SGEPSS)波動分科会、日本学術会議URSI分科会プラズマ波動(URSI-H)小委員会と共催することで、周辺分野の研究者の参加を幅広く募ることを計画している。

プログラム

Part 1: Prague-Kanazawa Joint Symposium on Space Science & Technology 2019

Sponsored by Kanazawa University
Co-organized by Advanced Research Center for Space Science and Technology (ARC-SAT), Sakigake2018 Project

November 19 (Tue)

Garden Room (2nd Floor), Shiinoki Cultural Complex [しいのき迎賓館 ガーデンルーム(2F)]

10:00–10:15 Opening Remarks
Dr. Chisato Mukai (Vice President and Trustee of Research, Kanazawa University)
Dr. Gediminas Ramanauskas (First Counsellor of Delegation of the EU to Japan)
Mr. Stanislav Beneš (First Counsellor of Embassy of the Czech Republic in Tokyo)
Keynote Speech
10:15–11:00 Ondrej Santolik (Czech Academy of Sciences)
Multi-spacecraft measurements of electromagnetic waves in space
11:00–11:30 Satoshi Yagitani (Kanazawa University)
Kanazawa University Microsatellite Project for Research and Education in Space Science and Technology
11:30–12:00 Yoshiya Kasahara (Kanazawa University)
Overview of the plasma wave measurements by Arase satellite and collaborative study with overseas research groups
12:00–12:15 Closing Remark
Dr. Yoshinobu Nakanishi (Advisor to the President, Kanazawa University)

Part 2: The 415th Symposium on Sustainable Humanosphere

Sponsored by JSPS-CAS bilateral program, RISH, Kyoto University, ISEE, Nagoya University
Co-organized by Wave Sub-commission in SGEPSS, Japanese URSI Commission H

November 19 (Tue)

Garden Room (2nd Floor), Shiinoki Cultural Complex [しいのき迎賓館 ガーデンルーム(2F)]

Chair: S. Kurita (ISEE, Nagoya Univ.)
13:45–14:15 Y. Miyoshi[1], S. Saito[2], and Y. Katoh[3]
[1] ISEE, Nagoya University, [2] NICT, [3] Tohoku University
Simulation of energetic electron variations through chorus-wave particle interactions.
14:15–14:45 Ulrich Taubenschuss
Czech Academy of Sciences
Influence of the plasma sheath on THEMIS wave measurements
14:45–15:10 S. Matsuda[1], T. Hasegawa[2], A. Kumamoto[3], F. Tsuchiya[3], Y. Kasahara[4], Y. Miyoshi[5], Y. Kasaba[3], A. Matsuoka[1], and I. Shinohara[1]
[1] ISAS/JAXA, [2] University of Fukui, [3] Tohoku University, [4] Kanazawa University, [5] ISEE, Nagoya University
Automatic Electron Density Determination by using a Convolutional Neural Network
15:10–15:30 Coffee Break
Chair: M. Shoji (ISEE, Nagoya Univ.)
15:30–16:10
(Invited)
M. N. Nishino[1], Y. Kasahara[2], Y. Harada[3], Y. Saito[1], H. Tsunakawa[1], F. Takahashi[4], S. Yokota[5], M. Matsushima[6], H. Shibuya[7], and Y. Shimizu[8]
[1] JAXA/ISAS, [2] Kanazawa University, [3] Kyoto University, [4] Kyushu University, [5] Osaka University, [6] TITECH, [7] Kumamoto University, [8] ERI, University of Tokyo
Plasma and wave environment around the Moon
16:10–16:40 Ivana Kolmasova
Czech Academy of Sciences
Properties of highly intense Mediterranean winter flashes derived from their electromagnetic signatures
16:40–17:05 H. Ohya[1], T. Miyashita[1], F. Tsuchiya[2], K. Shiokawa[3], Y. Miyoshi[3], M. Connors[4], S. Kasahara[5], S. Yokota[6], K. Keika[5], T. Hori[3], and I. Shinohara[6]
[1] Chiba Univ., [2] Tohoku Univ., [3] Nagoya Univ., [4] Athabasca Univ., [5] Univ. of Tokyo, [6] Osaka Univ., [6] JAXA
Precipitation signatures of ground-based VLF/LF transmitters
17:05–17:30 S. Kurita[1], Y. Miyoshi[1], Y. Kasahara[2], S. Matsuda[3], A. Matsuoka[3], and I. Shinohara[3]
[1] Nagoya University, [2] Kanazawa University, [3] JAXA
Propagation characteristics of whistler-mode chorus waves deduced from measurements by PWE/OFA onboard the Arase satellite

November 20 (Wed) 09:30–11:30 Poster Session

Large Meeting Room, Natural Science and Technology Library Bldg. (1st Floor), Kanazawa University [金沢大学自然科学系図書館棟・大会議室 (1F)]

  1. T. Miyashita[1], H. Ohya[1], F. Tsuchiya[2], H. Nakata[1], T. Takano[1], K. Shiokawa[3], Y. Miyoshi[3], N. Nishitani[3], M. Connors[4], and S. G. Shepherd[5]
    [1] Chiba University, [2] Tohoku University, [3] Nagoya University, [4] Athabasca University, [5] Dartmouth College
    Pc5 modulation of energetic electron precipitations using VLF/LF standard radio waves
  2. K. Yamanobe[1], H. Ohya[1], K. Shiokawa[2], F. Tsuchiya[3], K. Yamashita[4], Y. Takahashi[5], H. Nakata[1], and T. Takano[1]
    [1] Chiba Univ., [2] ISEE, Nagoya Univ., [3] PPARC, Tohoku Univ., [4] Ashikaga Univ., [5] Hokkaido Univ.
    Solar flare effects of the D-region ionosphere using daytime tweek atmospherics and VLF/LF standard radio waves
  3. M. Kanno[1], H. Ohya[1], K. Shiokawa[2], H. Nakata[1], and T. Takano[1]
    [1] Chiba University, [2] ISEE, Nagoya University
    Development of estimation method for propagation distance of tweek atmospherics
  4. S. Hashimoto[1], M. Ozaki[1], K. Shiokawa[2], R. Horne[3], T. Moffat-Griffin[3],Y. Ogawa[4], A. Kadokura[4], M. Nose[2], K. Hosokawa[5], Y. Miyoshi[2], C.-W. Jun[2], Y. Ebihara[6], and S. Yagitani[1]
    [1] Kanazawa Univ.[2] Nagoya Univ.[3] BAS[4] NIPR[5] The Univ. of Electro-Communications[6] Kyoto Univ.
    Future plan of conjugate observations of isolated proton auroras at Halley VI in Antarctica and Nain in Canada
  5. Y. Tokunaga[1], M. Ozaki[1] , S. Yagitani[1], H. Kojima[2], and T. Zushi[3]
    [1] Kanazawa University, [2] Kyoto University, [3] National Institute of Technology, Nara College
    Development of chopper ASIC preamplifier for improving magnetic sensitivity of search coil for probing space plasma waves
  6. T. Inoue[1], M. Ozaki[1], Y. Tanaka[2] , Y. Goto[1], S. Yagitani[1], Y. Kasahara[1] , K. Shiokawa[3], Y. Miyoshi[3], R. Kataoka[2], A. Kadokura[2], and Y. Ebihara[4]
    [1] Kanazawa Univ., [2] NIPR , [3] Nagoya Univ., [4] Kyoto Univ.
    Propagation effects of whistler mode waves on the spatiotemporal characteristics of flash auroras
  7. F. Tsuchiya[1], A. Kumamoto[1], M. Shoji[2], Y. Miyoshi[2], Y. Kasahara[3], S. Matsuda[4], and A. Matsuoka[4]
    [1] Tohoku Univ., [2] ISEE. Nagoya Univ., [3] Kanazawa Univ., [4] ISAS/JAXA
    Electron density measurement with ERG/PWE and its data archive
  8. M. Fukizawa[1], T. Sakanoi[1], Y. Miyoshi[2], Y. Kazama[3], Y. Kasahara[4], S. Matsuda[5], A. Matsuoka[5], Shiang-Yu Wang[3], Sunny W.Y. Tam[6], and Y. Katoh[1]
    [1] Tohoku Univ., [2] Nagoya Univ., [3] Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, [4] Kanazawa Univ., [5] JAXA, [6] National Cheng Kung Univ.
    Pitch angle scattering by electrostatic electron cyclotron harmonic waves based on Arase Observations
  9. H. Nishizawa[1], Y. Kasahara[1], S. Matsuda[2], H. Kojima[3], J. Miki[3], F. Tsuchiya[4], A. Kumamoto[4], A. Matsuoka[2], and Y. Goto[1]
    [1] Kanazawa Univ., [2] ISAS/JAXA, [3] Kyoto Univ., [4] Tohoku Univ.
    Study on calibration method for the gain and phase of electric waveform data acquired by the Arase satellite
  10. Y. Hayashi[1], Y. Kasahara[1], M. Ota[2], Y. Goto[1], S. Matsuda[3], Y. Miyoshi[4], F. Tsuchiya[5], A. Kumamoto[5], A. Matsuoka[3], O. Santolik[6,7], I. Kolmasova[6], G. Hospodarsky[8], C. Kletzing[8], C. Colpitts[9], and J. Wygant[9]
    [1] Kanazawa University, [2] Toyama Prefectural University, [3] ISAS/JAXA, [4] Nagoya University, [5] Tohoku University, [6] Czech Academy of Sciences, [7] Charles University [8] Univ. of Iowa, [9] Univ. of Minnesota
    Study on propagation characteristics of lightning whistlers simultaneously observed by multiple satellites
  11. S. Kurose[1], Y. Kasahara[1], S. Matsuda[2], and Y. Goto[1]
    [1] Kanazawa University, [2] ISAS/JAXA
    Development on auto detection of chorus elements observed by the Arase satellite
  12. A. Suzuki, Y. Goto, and Y. Kasahara
    Kanazawa University
    Study on identification of AKR mode from spectrum using machine learning techniques
  13. K. Yokoyama, Y. Goto, and Y. Kasahara
    Kanazawa University
    Accuracy of ionospheric TEC observations by a single-frequency GPS receiver
  14. Y. Wakabayashi, Y. Goto, and Y. Kasahara
    Kanazawa University
    Feasibility study of estimation of lunar surface permittivity from AKR observations
  15. A. Harada, Y. Goto, and Y. Kasahara
    Kanazawa University
    A noise reduction method based on a modulation frequency analysis for Akebono/WBA data
  16. T. Imachi, S. Yagitani, D. Yonetoku, Y. Kasahara, T. Sawano, M. Arimoto, Y. Goto, M. Ozaki, and R. Fujimoto
    Kanazawa University
    Microsatellite Development at Kanazawa University for Education of Space Science and Technology
  17. T. Sawano[1], D. Yonetoku[1], T. Mihara[2], M. Arimoto[1], Y. Kagawa[1], K. Miyao[1], S. Watanabe[1], S. Kim[1], T. Tachibana[1], H. Ikeda[1], S. Yagitani[1], Y. Kasahara[1], T. Imachi[1], T. Minamoto[1], T. Nakashima[1], K. Ina[1], Y. Yasuda[1], K. Fujiki[1], and M. Tachiya[1]
    [1] Kanazawa University, [2] RIKEN
    Localization of Soft X-ray Transients with a Wide-Field Coded Aperture X-ray Imaging System Loaded on a Micro-satellite
  18. R. Takeshita, T. Imachi, T. Sawano, M. Arimoto, Y. Kasahara, D. Yonetoku, S. Yagitani, Y. Ogawa, K. Miyao, K. Ota, S. Kim, and Y. Yasuda
    Kanazawa University
    Study of the software functions required for the onboard computer on Kanazawa University satellite

November 20 (Wed) 12:45–14:35

Room 105, Natural Science and Technology Main Hall (1st Floor), Kanazawa University [金沢大学自然科学本館・105教室 (1F)]

Chair: S. Matsuda (ISAS/JAXA)

12:45–13:10 A. Shinjo[1], H. Kojima[1], S. Nakamura[1], Y. Kasahara[2], Y. Kazama[3], H. Usui[4], Y. Miyoshi[5], Y. Kasaba[6], S. Matsuda[7], Shiang-Yu Wang[3], Sunny W. Y. Tam[8], A. Kumamoto[6], and A. Matsuoka[7]
[1] Kyoto Univ., [2] Kanazawa Univ., [3] Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, [4] Kobe Univ., [5] Nagoya Univ., [6] Tohoku Univ., [7] JAXA, [8] National Cheng Kung Univ.
Phase velocities of electron cyclotron harmonic waves observed bythe interferometry mode of the Arase sattelite
13:10–13:40 Benjamin Grison
Czech Academy of Sciences
Early observation of EMIC triggered emissions: GEOS-2 data revisited
13:40–14:10 Aaron Hendry
Czech Academy of Sciences
On the Growth and Evolution of IPDP-type EMIC waves: Insights from RBSP and Arase/ERG
14:10–14:35 M. Shoji[1], Y. Miyoshi[1], L. M. Kistler[1], K. Asamura[2], Y. Kasaba[3], S. Matsuda[2], Y. Kasahara[4], A. Matsuoka[2], M. Teramoto[5], T. Takashima[2], and I. Shinohara[2]
[1] ISEE, Nagoya University, [2] JAXA, [3] Tohoku University, [4] Kanazawa University, [5] Kyushu Institute of Tech.
Direct detection of nonlinear generation process of electromagnetic ion cyclotron emissions observed by the Arase spacecraft

Symposium-0415
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