SPA-Aeronomy


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SA001. Advances in Equatorial Thermosphere and Ionosphere Studies
Chaosong Huang | Air Force Research Laboratory Albuquerque
Elvira Astafyeva | IPGP - Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris
Huixin Liu | Kyushu University
Endawoke Yizengaw | Boston College
SA002. Aeronomy: General Contributions
Anthony Mannucci | NASA
J Hoeksema | Stanford University
Elizabeth MacDonald | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
SA003. Comparative Aeronomy of Terrestrial Bodies
Meredith Elrod | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Justin Deighan | Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
Orenthal Tucker | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Shannon Curry | Space Sciences Laboratory, University of California Berkeley
SA004. Cross-scale Coupling and Energy Transfer in the Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere System
Toshi Nishimura | Boston University
Olga Verkhoglyadova | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Yue Deng | University of Texas Arlington
Cheryl Huang | Air Force Research Laboratory Albuquerque
SA005. Data Assimilation in the Mesosphere, Thermosphere, and Ionosphere: Recent Progress and Future Challenges
John McCormack | Naval Research Lab
Nicholas Pedatella | National Center for Atmospheric Research
Gunter Stober | IAP
Kayo Ide | University of Maryland
SA006. Ground-Truth Data and Model Validation for Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling Processes
Katherine Garcia-Sage | Goddard Space Flight Center
Stephen Kaeppler | Clemson University
Tomoko Matsuo | University of Colorado Boulder
Robert Robinson | Catholic University of America
SA007. Employing Space Physics to Mitigate Space Weather Impacts
James McCollough | Air Force Research Laboratory
Eric Sutton | University of Colorado at Boulder
Linda Parker | Universitites Space Research Association
Michele Cash | NOAA-Space Weather Prediction Center
SA008. Global dynamical response of the upper atmosphere to external forcing
Alan Burns | NCAR
Wenbin Wang | NCAR
Yongliang Zhang | The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Shunrong Zhang | MIT Haystack Observatory
SA009. Gravity waves in the mesosphere, thermosphere, and ionosphere
Sharon Vadas | NorthWest Research Associates
Erich Becker | Leibniz Institute of Atmospheric Physics
David Fritts | GATS Inc.
SA010. Identifying and Mitigating Challenges Related to “Big Data” in Space Science
Rebecca Bishop | The Aerospace Corporation
Romina Nikoukar | Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
Kshitija Deshpande | Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Cheryl Huang | Air Force Research Laboratory
SA011. Modeling the Polar Ionosphere: from basic science to operations
Cheryl Huang | Air Force Research Laboratory Albuquerque
Richard Parris | Air Force Research Laboratory Albuquerque
Kathryn McWilliams | University of Saskatchewan
Shin-ichiro Oyama | STEL, Nagoya Univ.
SA012. Multi-scale Ionosphere Structuring Processes and Related Impact on Technology
Shasha Zou | University of Michigan
Jade Morton | University of Colorado
Seebany Datta-Barua | Illinois Institute of Technology
SA013. “New Space”: Opportunities, Options and Outlook for Space and Earth Science
Howard Smith | Applied Physics Laboratory Johns Hopkins
Larry Paxton | The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Steven Collicott | Purdue University
SA014. New and Emerging Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere Coupling Science from Remote and In Situ Spacecraft Measurements: The First 5 Years of Swarm
Gareth Perry | University of Calgary
Rune Floberghagen | European Space Agency
David Knudsen | University of Calgary
Andrew Yau | University of Calgary
SA015. New scientific measurements in Near-Earth space
Thomas Immel | University of California Berkeley
Loren Chang | National Central University
Scott England | Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Richard Eastes | University of Colorado
SA016. Observation and modeling of high latitude thermosphere phenomena driven by magnetospheric forcing
Richard Walterscheid | Aerospace Corp, M2-260
Marc Lessard | University of New Hampshire
Miguel Larsen | Clemson University
SA017. Progress in Whole Atmosphere Coupling Studies
Erdal Yiğit | George Mason University Fairfax
Jorge Chau | Leibniz Institute of Atmospheric Physics
Larisa Goncharenko | MIT
SA018. Recent Advances in the Study of Ionospheric Irregularities Using Ground-and Space-Based Measurements
Aramesh Seif | University of New Brunswick
Periyadan Jayachandran | University of New Brunswick
Anthony Mannucci | NASA
SA019. The Interactions, Dynamics, and Energetics in the Andes (IDEA)
Tai-Yin Huang | Penn State Lehigh ValleyPennsylvania State University Penn State Lehigh Valley
Julio Urbina | The Pennsylvania State Univers
Fabio Vargas | University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
SA020. The Upper Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere: Observations, Modeling and Implications Future Directions
Scott Bailey | Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
James Russell | Hampton University
SA022. Understanding traveling ionospheric disturbances (TIDs)
Shunrong Zhang | MIT Haystack Observatory
Anthea Coster | MIT Haystack Observatory
Yuichi Otsuka | Nagoya University
A094. Small Satellites Have Scientific Value, but Where Do They Fit In?
William Swartz | Johns Hopkins Univ
Charles Norton | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Pamela Millar | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
David Klumpar | Montana State University
IN018. Convergence in Space Physics and Earth Science: Discovery through machine learning
Ryan McGranaghan | University of Colorado at Boulder
Derek Posselt | University of Michigan Ann Arbor
Kerstin Lehnert | Columbia University
NH022. Ionospheric and Atmospheric Responses to Multiple Natural Hazards
Giorgio Savastano | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Xing Meng | Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Kosuke Heki | Hokkaido University
Elvira Astafyeva | IPGP - Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris
NH026. Predicting Extreme Events to Build Resilience to Natural Hazards
Raymond Schmitt | Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Albert Kettner | University of Colorado
Michael Liemohn | University of Michigan
P003. Aurora and airglow in planetary and exoplanetary atmospheres
Guillaume Gronoff | NASA LaRC
Gaël Cessateur | Belgisch Instituut voor Ruimte-Aeronomie
SH013. Novel Measurement Techniques for Space Plasma in Heliophysics and Planetary Science
Keiichi Ogasawara | Southwest Research Institute
Jason Gilbert | University of Michigan
John Bonnell | University of California
SM003. Geospace Research from Polar Environments
Hyomin Kim | New Jersey Institute of Technology
Tomoko Matsuo | University of Colorado Boulder
Andrew Gerrard | New Jersey Institute of Technology, Center for Solar-Terrestrial Research
Robert Lysak | University of Minnesota
SM006. Machine Learning in Space Weather
Enrico Camporeale | Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI)
Ryan McGranaghan | NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Thomas Berger | University of Colorado Boulder
Jacob Bortnik | University of California Los Angeles
SM009. Magnetospheric Physics: General Contributions
Elizabeth MacDonald | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
J Hoeksema | Stanford University
Anthony Mannucci | NASA
SM017. Quantifying Uncertainty in Space Weather Modeling and Forecasting
Steven Morley | Los Alamos National Laboratory
Gang Lu | National Center for Atmospheric Research
Sophie Murray | Trinity College Dublin
SM022. The Application Usability Level (AUL) framework: a standard measure of progress to benefit heliophysics research, and the needs of our society.
Adam Kellerman | University of California Los Angeles
Jeffrey Klenzing | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Alexa Halford | Aerospace Corporation Chantilly