SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics


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SH001. Breakthrough Observations of the Sun on Suborbital-Class Platforms
Amy Winebarger | NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Lindsay Glesener | University of Minnesota
SH002. Collisionless Shock Waves in Astrophysical Plasmas
Alessandro Retino | Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas
Drew Turner | University of California
Ali Sulaiman | University of Iowa
Lynn Wilson | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
SH003. Effect of Solar Energetic Particles and Galactic Cosmic Rays on the Geospace Environment
Valeriy Tenishev | Univ Michigan
Natalia Ganushkina | University of Michigan Ann Arbor
SH004. Empirical and Physics-Based Approaches for Predicting Solar Wind Speed
Bala Poduval | Space Science Institute
Steven Cranmer | Harvard-Smithsonian CfA
Charles Arge | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
SH005. Eruption Onset in the Solar Corona
Joel Dahlin | NASA Goddard Space Flight CenterUniversity Corporation for Atmospheric Research
Cooper Downs | Predictive Science Inc.
Tibor Torok | Predictive Science, Inc.
SH006. Factors that Determine the Properties of Solar Energetic Particle Events
David Lario | The Johns Hopkins University. Applied Physics Laboratory
Ian Richardson | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Pertti Makela | Catholic University of America
SH007. Fundamental Physics of the Solar Corona and Inner Heliosphere
Chadi Salem | University of California
Olga Panasenco | Advanced Heliophysics
Marco Velli | University of California Los Angeles
Yannis Zouganelis | Ecole Polytechnique
SH008. High-Energy Solar Investigations Through Next-Generation Spectroscopy: X-rays, Gamma-rays, and EUV
Amir Caspi | Southwest Research Institute
Lindsay Glesener | University of Minnesota
Amy Winebarger | NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
SH009. Kolmogorov in Space: Application and Extensions of Turbulence Theory in Space Plasmas
William Matthaeus | University of Delaware
Minping Wan | South University of Science and Technology of China
Sergio Servidio | University of Calabria
SH010. Large-Scale Interplanetary Structures and Their Space-Weather Effects
Chenglong Shen | University Science & Technology of China
Noe Lugaz | University of New Hampshire
Fang Shen | National Space Science Center, CAS
Lan Jian | University of Maryland College Park
SH011. Magnetic Fields in the Solar Corona: Observations and Modeling
Shaela Jones | NASA Goddard Space Flight CenterCatholic University of America
Nishu Karna | Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Derek Lamb | Southwest Research Institute
SH012. New Approaches to Studying the Middle Solar Corona
Matthew West | Royal Observatory Belgium
James Mason | University of Colorado at Boulder
Neal Hurlburt | Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Laboratory
Daniel Seaton | Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences
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
SH014. Origin of Neutrals and Singly Ionized Atoms in the Corona and Interplanetary space
Shadia Habbal | Institute for Astronomy
Vincenzo Andretta | INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte
Daniele Spadaro | INAF-Osservatorio Astrofisico di Catania
Angelos Vourlidas | Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
SH015. Parker Solar Probe After Its Launch and Solar Orbiter: A Coordinated Science from the Corona to the Inner Heliosphere
Kelly Korreck | Smithsonian Observatory
Nathan Schwadron | University of New Hampshire
Yannis Zouganelis | Ecole Polytechnique
Nour Raouafi | Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
SH016. Parker Solar Probe Takes the Plunge
Justin Kasper | University of Michigan
Stuart Bale | University of California Berkeley
SH017. Particle Acceleration and Transport at the Sun and in the Inner Heliosphere
Gang Li | University of Alabama in Huntsville
Richard Mewaldt | Caltech
Robert Wimmer-Schweingruber | Univ Kiel
Linghua Wang | Peking University
SH018. Physics of a Global Heliosphere
Joe Giacalone | University of Arizona
Mihir Desai | Southwest Research Institute
Jacob Heerikhuisen | U of AL/Huntsville-CSPAR
SH019. Pickup Ions Throughout the Heliosphere and Beyond
Eberhard Moebius | University of New Hampshire
Justyna Sokol | Space Research Center Polish Academy of Sciences
Nikolai Pogorelov | University of Alabama in Huntsville
Heather Elliott | Southwest Research Institute San Antonio
SH020. Plasma Energization, Particle Acceleration, and High-energy Emission in Solar Flares
Fan Guo | Los Alamos National Lab
Xiangliang Kong | Shandong University at Weihai
Elena Provornikova | George Mason University
Hugh Hudson | UC Berkeley
SH021. Reconnection and Turbulence: Two Fundamental Processes Intertwined
William Matthaeus | University of Delaware
Tulasi Parashar | Jet Propulsion LabUniversity of Delaware
Michael Shay | University of Delaware
Colby Haggerty | University of Chicago
SH022. Science of the Young Solar Wind: Where the Corona Becomes the Heliosphere
Craig DeForest | Southwest Research Institute Boulder
Barbara Thompson | NASA/GSFC
Nour Raouafi | Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
SH023. Solar and Heliospheric Physics: General Contributions
J Hoeksema | Stanford University
Anthony Mannucci | NASA
Elizabeth MacDonald | NASA
SH024. Solar Radiative Variability: from Minutes to Millennia.  The Sun's Influence on the Earth's Space Environment, Atmosphere, and Climate
Martin Snow | University of Colorado Boulder
Peter Pilewskie | University of Colorado Boulder
Natalie Krivova |
Odele Coddington | CU in Boulder--LASP
SH025. Space-Weather Research and Forecasting: Building Tomorrow's Space-Weather Architectures
Mario Bisi | United Kingdom Research and Innovation – Science & Technology Facilities Council - Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Antti Pulkkinen | NASA/GSFC
Mark Gibbs | Met Office
Brent Gordon | NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center
SH026. 3He-Rich Solar Energetic Particles
Radoslav Bucik | Max Planck Institute for Solar System ResearchUniversity of Göttingen Institute for Astrophysics
Rahul Kumar | Princeton University
Siming Liu | Purple Mountain Observatory
George Ho | Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
SH027. The Forefront of Kappa Distributions: Understanding Plasma Processes in the Heliosphere
George Livadiotis | Southwest Research Institute
Heather Elliott | Southwest Research Institute San Antonio
Kostas Dialynas | Office for Space Research and Technology, Academy of Athens
Peter Yoon | Univ Maryland
SH028. The Great American Solar Eclipse 2017: New Results and Follow-Up
Amir Caspi | Southwest Research Institute
Edward DeLuca | Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Henry Winter | Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
SH029. The Interstellar Probe Mission: NASA Study Findings and Next Steps
Pontus Brandt | Johns Hopkins Univ/APL
Richard Mewaldt | Caltech
Robert Wimmer-Schweingruber | Univ Kiel
Kathleen Mandt | The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
SH030. The Origin and Evolution of Core Magnetic Structures in Solar Eruptions
Jie Zhang | George Mason Univ
Georgios Chintzoglou | University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
SH031. The Outer Heliosphere and Local Interstellar Medium
John Richardson | MIT
Merav Opher | Boston University
SH033. Visions of Future Innovation Across Space Physics and Aeronomy II
Joshua Semeter | Boston University
Elsayed Talaat | NOAA/NESDIS
Roshanak Hakimzadeh | NASA
Carrie Black | National Science Foundation
SH034. Waves, Instabilities, and Turbulence in Magnetized Plasma Structures
Shreekrishna Tripathi | University of California Los Angeles
Gary Zank | Univ of Alabama, Huntsville
Leon Ofman | NASA GSFC
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
IN005. Application Development in Python for Solar and Space Physics
Alexandria DeWolfe | University of Colorado at Boulder
D Aaron Roberts | NASA Goddard SFC
Stuart Mumford | University of Sheffield
Alexa Halford | Aerospace Corporation Chantilly
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
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
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
U018. The Challenges of Recognizing Implicit Bias in Earth and Space Sciences and Strategies for Minimizing its Impact in the Coming Decades of the AGU
Alexa Halford | Aerospace Corporation Chantilly
Blair Schneider | University of Kansas
Hazel Bain | University of Colorado at Boulder