SPA-Magnetospheric Physics


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SM001. Challenges in Extreme Space Weather Research: Science, Applications, and Policies for Rare Events
Denny Oliveira | NASA Goddard Space Flight CenterUniversity of Maryland Baltimore County
Noe Lugaz | University of New Hampshire
Alexa Halford | Aerospace Corporation Chantilly
Sophie Murray | Trinity College Dublin
SM002. Dayside Magnetosphere Interactions
Qiugang Zong | Peking University
Hui Zhang | University of Alaska Fairbanks
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
SM004. Imaging the Global Dynamics of the Solar Wind - Magnetosphere Interaction
Yaireska Collado-Vega | NASA GSFC
Dennis Gallagher | NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
SM005. Interactive Visualizations of Magnetic Reconnection: Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) Observations and Simulations
Jason Shuster | University of Maryland College ParkNASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Cecilia Norgren | IRF Swedish Institute of Space Physics UppsalaUniversity of Bergen
Frederick Wilder | University of Colorado at Boulder
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
SM007. Magnetospheres in the Inner Solar System
Gina DiBraccio | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Leonardo Regoli | University of Michigan Ann Arbor
Daniel Gershman | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Marissa Vogt | Boston University
SM008. Magnetospheres in the Outer Solar System
Xianzhe Jia | University of Michigan
Chris Paranicas | Applied Physics Lab
George Hospodarsky | University of Iowa
SM009. Magnetospheric Physics: General Contributions
Elizabeth MacDonald | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
J Hoeksema | Stanford University
Anthony Mannucci | NASA
SM010. Magnetotail Dipolarization and its Effects throughout the Magnetosphere and Ionosphere
Christine Gabrielse | University of California Los Angeles
David Malaspina | University of Colorado, Boulder
Viacheslav Merkin | The Johns Hopkins University
Matina Gkioulidou | Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
SM011. Moon-Plasma Interactions Throughout the Solar System
Lucas Liuzzo | Georgia Institute of Technology Main Campus
Sean Hsu | University of Colorado
Lorenz Roth | KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Sven Simon | Georgia Institute of Technology Main Campus
SM012. Multi-scale Investigations of fundamental plasma processes by in-situ observations and simulations
Kyoung-Joo Hwang | Southwest Research Institute
Sergio Toledo Redondo | European Space Astronomy Centre
C Philippe Escoubet | ESTEC
James Burch | Southwest Research Institute
SM013. Our Evolving Understanding of Auroral Processes and Magnetosphere Dynamics at Jupiter Through Juno and Earth-Based Observations
Robert Ebert | Southwest Research Institute
Scott Bolton | Southwest Research Institute
George Clark | Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Masafumi Imai | University of Iowa
SM014. Plasma Dynamics in the Night-Side Transition Region
Bea Gallardo-Lacourt | University of Calgary
D. Megan Gillies | University of Calgary
Shasha Zou | University of Michigan
Michael Henderson | Los Alamos National Laboratory
SM015. Post-Cassini Magnetospheric and Heliospheric Discovery.
Abigail Rymer | Applied Physics Laboratory Johns Hopkins
Frank Crary | University of Colorado at Boulder
Marcia Burton | JPL
SM016. Progress of inner magnetosphere research by coordinated observations from satellites and ground
Yoshizumi Miyoshi | Nagoya University
Sasha Ukhorskiy | Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Keisuke Hosokawa | Univ Electro-Communications
Toshi Nishimura | UCLA
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
SM018. Quantitative Understanding of Particle Dynamics in Earth's Radiation Belts
Weichao Tu | West Virginia University
Jay Albert | Air Force Research Lab
Wen Li | Boston University
Maria Usanova | Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
SM019. Recent advances in understanding energy-dependent dynamics of radiation belt particles
Hong Zhao | University of Colorado Boulder
Lauren Blum | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Shrikanth Kanekal | NASA GSFC
Binbin Ni | Wuhan University
SM020. Recent observational findings and modeling efforts to understand small-scale magnetospheric energy input and its impact on the IT system.
Hyunju Connor | University of New Mexico Main Campus
Binzheng Zhang | High Altitude Observatory
Gang Lu | National Center for Atmospheric Research
SM021. Solar Wind Interactions with the Dayside Magnetosphere
Gerard Fasel | Pepperdine University
David Sibeck | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
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
SM023. The Role of Small-Scale Mechanisms in the Driving of Particle Energization and Loss in the Inner Magnetosphere and Radiation Belts.
John Wygant | University of Minnesota
Robert Strangeway | UCLA IGPP/ESS
Sasha Ukhorskiy | Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Reeves Geoffrey | Los Alamos National Laboratory
SM026. Understanding Earth’s Ring-Current: measurements, theory, and modeling.
A. Rualdo Soto-chavez | New Jersey Institute of Technology
Jerry Manweiler | Fundamental Technologies, LLC
Kunihiro Keika | University of Tokyo
SM027. Wave Processes in Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere Coupling
David Malaspina | University of Colorado, Boulder
V Lynn Harvey | Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
Katelynn Greer | University of California Berkeley
Mark Golkowski | University of Colorado Denver
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
NH005. Benchmarks for Extreme Space Weather Events
Seth Jonas | Science and Technology Policy Institute
William Murtagh | NOAA Boulder
NH027. Pre-Earthquake Processes: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Earthquake Prediction Studies
Dimitar Ouzounov | Chapman University
Sergey Pulinets | Space Research Institute (IKI)
Katsumi Hattori | Graduate School of Science, Chiba University
Patrick Taylor | NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
PA047. Progress Towards Enhancing National Preparedness for Space Weather
William Murtagh | NOAA Boulder
Steven Clarke | NASA Headquarters
Seth Jonas | Science and Technology Policy Institute
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
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
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
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
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
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
T054. Whose Fault Is It? Relating Structural and Compositional Heterogeneity to Slip Behavior
Hannah Rabinowitz | Brown University
Helen Janiszewski | Carnegie Institution for Science
Ake Fagereng | Cardiff University
Samer Naif | Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory
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