Presentations



Monday 20 March 2017

9:30am

12:10pm
1AM1: Opening
Chair: Rune Floberghagen
Chair: David J. Knudsen
Chair: Tommaso Parrinello
 

Opening address by the President of the Canadian Space Agency Sylvain Laporte

Sylvain Laporte


Opening address by the ESA Director of Earth Observation Programmes Josef Aschbacher

Josef Aschbacher


Opening address by the NASA Director of the Earth Science Division Michael Freilich

Michael Freilich


Welcome address by the University of Calgary Vice President Professor Ed McCauley

Ed McCauley


Keynote address: The Citizen Scientist - A New Era

Eric Frank Donovan


Keynote address on the impact of Cryosat for the understanding of polar regions in the context of global change

Andrew Shepherd


Address by professor Michael Sideris, President of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, representing all Earth scientists around the globe

Michael Sideris


Status of the ESA Earth Explorer Missions

Mark Drinkwater

2:00pm

3:35pm
1PM1: Mission status and overview
Chair: Claudia Stolle
Chair: Gauthier Hulot
 

The Status of Swarm: from Core to Magnetosphere Three and a Half Years after Launch

Rune Floberghagen

Geomagnetic Field Modeling Efforts with Swarm – What is Possible with the Present Data and What are Future Opportunities?

Nils Olsen


Swarm Instruments Status and Data Quality after Three Years in Operations

Giuseppe Ottavianelli


Swarm Flight Dynamics Operations Experiences and Mission Analysis

Detlef Sieg


New Synergistic Opportunities for Magnetosphere-Ionosphere-Thermosphere Coupling Investigations Using Swarm and CASSIOPE e-POP

Andrew W. Yau


Keynote: Thermosphere-Ionosphere-Magnetosphere Modeling and Validation Efforts Using SWARM, CHAMP, and GOCE Measurements

Aaron Ridley

4:00pm

5:35pm
1PM2: Deep Earth I
Chair: Kathy Whaler
Chair: Andrew Jackson
 

Keynote: Geomagnetic Data Assimilation And Modeling Of Core Field Changes

Nicolas Gillet


An Accelerating High-latitude Jet in Earth's Core

Chris Finlay

Modelling of Geomagnetic Secular Variation with Swarm: Past, Present and Future

William Brown


Ultra Low Viscosity Geodynamo Models With Scale Separation

Andrew Jackson

Application of Swarm Measurements to Data Assimilation Studies of Core Dynamics

Christopher Finlay


On Zonal Flows and Axial Dipole Field Changes

Mathieu Dumberry

Swarm-Aurora Meeting
Location: Aspen Room
Chair: Eric Frank Donovan
5:35pm

7:00pm
Welcome Reception & Poster Session
5:35pm

5:40pm
Welcome from Lesley Rigg, Dean of the Faculty of Science of University of Calgary

 


Tuesday 21 March 2017

8:30am

10:05am
2AM1: Aurora
Chair: Eric Frank Donovan
Chair: Pierre Langlois
 

Alfvénic Dynamics and Structuring of Discrete Auroral Arcs: Swarm and e-POP Observations

David Miles


Optical Signatures of Field Line Resonances: Comprehensive Survey and Precipitation Mechanisms

D. Megan Gillies


Swarm Observation of Field-Aligned Currents In Multiple Arc System

Jiashu Wu


Ionospheric Electron Heating Associated With Pulsating Auroras --- Swarm Survey and Model Simulation

Jun Liang


Aurorasaurus Citizen Science Observations of Aurora During the Solar Maximum

Elizabeth A. MacDonald


Mesoscale Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling Along Open Magnetic Field Lines Associated with Airglow Patches: Field-Aligned Currents and Precipitation

Ying Zou

10:30am

11:30am
P2AM: Posters
For abstract details please refer to poster sessions on Monday 20 March 6PM-7PM
11:30am

12:30pm
2AM2: Deep Earth II
Chair: Stefan Maus
Chair: Erwan Thébault
 

Temporal Variability In Core Surface Flows Inferred From Satellite ‘Virtual Observatory’ Secular Variation

Kathy Whaler


Keynote: Earth Dynamics: The big picture

Trond Helge Torsvik


Simultaneous Inversion of Magnetospheric and Tidal Satellite Signals Constrain Electrical Conductivity from Crust to Mid-Mantle.

Alexander Grayver


Global Shallow-Earth Structure Models Hand in Hand with Satellite Gravimetry

Josef Sebera

VirES for Swarm introduction and training session
Location: Aspen Room
Chair: Daniel Santillan Pedrosa
2:00pm

3:35pm
2PM1: Novel analysis methods for geophysics and geospace research
Chair: Angelo De Santis
Chair: Wojciech J. Miloch
 

Examining the Current and Magnetic Perturbations at LEO Altitude Due to Plasma Pressure Gradient and Gravity Forces

Astrid Maute


Separating Earth's Internal and External Field in SWARM Observations with the Help of Global Magnetosphere - Ionosphere - Thermosphere Simulations

Joachim Raeder

An Analysis of Ionospheric Versus Oceanic Tidal Magnetic Signals

Neesha Regmi Schnepf

The lithospheric Magnetic Field Measured by the Swarm Satellite Constellation

Erwan Thébault

Hemispherical Differences in the Ionospheric Current System as Seen by Swarm and CHAMP

Karl M. Laundal


Identifying Intervals of Spatio-Temporally Invariant Field-Aligned Currents from Swarm: Assessing the Validity of Single Spacecraft Methods

Colin Forsyth

4:00pm

5:35pm
2PM2: Ionosphere
Chair: Johnathan K Burchill
Chair: Kirsti Marjatta Kauristie
 

Keynote: GNSS-Based Studies of the Ionosphere and the Role of Swarm and Complementary Missions

Susan Skone


The Canadian Ionosphere and Atmosphere Model and Its Application in Support of Satellite Missions

Oleg Martynenko


Atmospheric Signatures in the EEJ During Stratospheric Warming Events and Comparison Between Ground and Space Based Magnetic Observations

Claudia Stolle


Observation and Modeling of Ionospheric Equinoctial Asymmetry

Levan Lomidze


Observable Signatures of Swarm Field-Aligned Current (FAC) Data in Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Ionospheric Total Electron Content (TEC) Data Using Network Analysis

Ryan Michael McGranaghan


Ionospheric Long-term Cooling: Observation, Ionsophere-thermosphere Coupling Aspects, and Potential Impact on the Topside Ionosphere in situ Measurement

Shunrong Zhang

5:35pm

7:00pm
P2PM: Posters
For abstract details please refer to poster sessions on Monday 20 March 6PM-7PM
7:00pm

9:00pm
Swarm-Aurora Meeting
Location: Aspen Room
Chair: Eric Frank Donovan




Wednesday 22 March 2017

8:30am

10:05am
3AM1: Remote sensing of earthquakes, lightning and radiation belts
Chair: Michael E Purucker
Chair: Georgios Balasis
 

Swarm Satellite Data Analysis For Earthquake Preparatory Phase Studies

Angelo De Santis


The Search of the Cross Correlation Between the Ground Based and Swarm Registration of the Thunderstorms and TLE’s Effects

Jan S Blecki


Lightning-Generated Whistlers Observed during ASM Burst Mode Sessions

Gauthier Hulot


The Contribution of CSES Mission to Study Lithosphere-Atmosphere-Ionosphere Coupling Phenomena Through the Analysis of Combined Missions Data and Ground Measurements

Livio Conti


How Swarm Can Help Solve the Mystery of Extremely Fast Ultra-Relativistic Electron Loss in the Outer Van Allen Radiation Belt.

Louis Ozeke


10-year Time Series of GNSS Daily Solutions, Geomagnetic Storms and Biggest Earthquakes

Janis Balodis

10:30am

11:30am
P3AM: Posters
For abstract details please refer to poster sessions on Monday 20 March 6PM-7PM
11:30am

12:30pm
3AM2: Equatorial ionosphere
Chair: Malcolm Wray Dunlop
Chair: Octav Marghitu
 

Evolution of Swarm-derived Equatorial Electrojet Signatures Using Vector Magnetic Measurements

Patrick Alken


Constellation Strategies for Observing Plasma Bubbles in the Terrestrial Ionosphere

Jeff Klenzing


Relation Between Diamagnetic Effects and Formation of the Nighttime Ionospheric Plasma Density Enhancements

Ewa Slominska


Electromagnetic Features of Equatorial Field Aligned Plasma Irregularities as Observed by the Swarm Mission

Juan Rodríguez-Zuluaga

Swarm-Aurora Meeting
Location: Aspen Room
Chair: Eric Frank Donovan
2:00pm

3:35pm
3PM1a: Satellite geodesy missions today I
Location: Lynx Room: Geodesy
Chair: Frank Michael Flechtner
Chair: Matthias Weigelt
 

Keynote: Geodetic Space Sensors for Height System Unification and Absolute Sea Level Determination

Thomas Gruber


Keynote: GNSS-Augmented Radar Transponders for InSAR Datum Connection

Ramon Hanssen


Potential of Global SAR Positioning for Geodetic Applications – Lessons Learned from TerraSAR-X and Sentinel-1

Christoph Gisinger


European Gravity Service For Improved Emergency Management

Adrian Jäggi


Near Realtime Mass Transport Products for Monitoring of Hydrological Extreme Events

Frank Flechtner

3PM1b: Quasi-static coupling of the magnetosphere-ionosphere-thermosphere system
Location: Swarm Meeting Room
Chair: Andrew W. Yau
Chair: Astrid Maute
 

Keynote: A Swarm Perspective on M-I-T Coupling

Octav Marghitu


Longitudinal Gradients in Ionospheric Currents as Deduced with the Method of Spherical Elementary Current Systems

Kirsti Marjatta Kauristie


Evidence That Field-Aligned Currents Do Not Saturate

Daniel Ray Weimer


Unified Global and Local Perspectives on High-latitude Ionospheric Electrodynamics

Tomoko Matsuo


Poynting Flux Estimation from Electric and Magnetic Field Data of the Swarm Constellation

Jaeheung Park


Birkeland Current Boundary Flows

William Archer

4:00pm

5:35pm
3PM2a: Future of geodesy from space
Location: Lynx Room: Geodesy
Chair: Roger Haagmans
Chair: Adrian Jäggi
 

Keynote: New Missions for Improving the Terrestrial Reference Frame: Means and Impacts

Richard Biancale


Current Status of the GRACE Follow-On Mission

Frank Flechtner


Keynote: Science and User Needs for Sustained Observation of Global Mass Transport by Future Gravity Field Mission Concepts

Roland Pail


Towards a Sustained Observing System for Mass Transport to Understand Global Change and to Benefit Society

Pieter Nicolaas Visser


Impact of Orbit Design Choices on the Gravity Field Retrieval of Next Generation Gravity Missions - Insights on the ESA-ADDCON Project

Ilias Daras


GOCE and Beyond: Status and Activities

Roger Haagmans

3PM2b: Magnetosphere-ionosphere-thermosphere coupling: turbulence and waves
Location: Swarm Meeting Room
Chair: Ivan Pakhotin
Chair: Karl M. Laundal
 

Keynote: Magnetic Field Turbulence and Scaling Features in the Polar Ionosphere: Results from Swarm Mission

Giuseppe Consolini


Diagnosing the Electrodynamics of Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling Using the Swarm Satellite Constellation: The Role of Alfven Waves?

Ian Robert Mann


Ion Energization Processes Observed by ePOP, DMSP, and SWARM

William K Peterson


Statistical Analysis of the Field-Aligned Currents in the Cusp with Swarm

Xi Bai


FLR Event Studies With SWARM-SuperDARN Conjunctions

Frances Fenrich


Coordinated Swarm In Situ and THEMIS All Sky Imager (ASI) Observations of the Motion of Patchy Pulsating Aurora

Bing Yang

5:45pm

7:00pm
The EFI instrument: open issues
Location: Aspen Room
Chair: Raffaella D'Amicis
7:30pm

7:45pm
Natural History of the Banff Region, Leslie Reid, Associate Dean, Faculty of Science, University of Calgary
7:30pm

10:30pm
Social Event: Mount View BBQ
Dinner and relaxation




Thursday 23 March 2017

9:45am

11:00am
VirES for Swarm introduction and training session
Location: Aspen Room
Chair: Daniel Santillan Pedrosa
11:15am

12:30pm
4AM1: Cryosphere & geodesy
Chair: Roland Pail
Chair: C K Shum
 

Large Precipitation Event Influences Sub-Glacier Hydrology and Ice Flow of Recovery Ice Stream, East Antarctica

Indrani Das


Estimate of Regional Glacial Isostatic Adjustment in Antarctica Considering a Lateral Varying Earth Structure (ESA-STSE Project REGINA)

Jonathan L. Bamber


Arctic Gravity Field from Cryosat-2

Ole Baltazar Andersen


High-Resolution Mass Changes of the Greenland and Antarctica Ice Sheets from Combined CryoSat and GRACE Inversion

Rene Forsberg


High Mountain Asia Glacier Mass Balance Estimates Using Satellite Geodetic Observations

Jian Sun

2:00pm

3:35pm
4PM1: Upper mantle and lithosphere
Chair: Christopher Finlay
Chair: Alexey Kuvshinov
 

Keynote: With GOCE and Swarm Towards the 3D Lithosphere

Jörg Ebbing


Large-Scale Constraints on Tectonics and Macroscopic Magnetic Properties of the Earth's Lithosphere from the Swarm Constellation and CHAMP

Michael E Purucker


A New Lithospheric Field Model based on CHAMP and Swarm Magnetic Satellite Data

Nils Olsen


An Updated Global lithospheric Model by Implementing 3D Joint Inversion of Gravity, Geoid, Topography and the Gravity Gradients in Spherical Coordinates

Farshad Salajegheh


Imaging Small-scale Seafloor and Sub-seafloor Tectonic Fabric Using Satellite Altimetry

David T. Sandwell

Swarm-Aurora Meeting
Location: Aspen Room
Chair: Eric Frank Donovan
4:00pm

5:35pm
4PM2: Satellite geodesy missions today II
Chair: Pieter Nicolaas Visser
Chair: Thomas Gruber
 

Towards the best GOCE Gravity Gradients

Christian Siemes


GOCE Southern Polar Gap Now Closed – Results of the ESA Antarctica PolarGap Project

Rene Forsberg


The Status and Current Contributions of the GRACE Mission

Byron D Tapley


GRACE High-Frequency Temporal Gravity Solution on Hydrology Applications

C.K. Shum


Swarm as an Observing Platform for Large Surface Mass Transport Processes

Christoph Dahle


HlSST And SLR - Bridging the Gap Between GRACE and GRACE-Follow On

Matthias Weigelt

5:35pm

7:00pm
P4PM: Posters
For abstract details please refer to poster sessions on Monday 20 March 6PM-7PM




Friday 24 March 2017

8:30am

10:05am
5AM1: Thermosphere
Chair: John Manuel
Chair: Jose van den IJssel
 

Models and GOCE Measurements of Thermosphere Density and Wind Below 250 km

Eelco Doornbos


Horizontal and Vertical Wind Measurements from GOCE Angular Accelerations

Tim Visser


Spatio-temporal Variability of Thermospheric Density using ESA (Swarm mission) Data

Alea Yeasmin


Swarm Mass Density and Plasma Observations During the St. Patrick's Day Storm Event 2015 and its Global Numerical Modelling Challenges

Matthias Foerster


Detection of Thermospheric Density Variations via Spacecraft Accelerations Observed Using the CASSIOPE GAP Instrument

Ryan White

10:30am

11:30am
P5AM: Posters
For abstract details please refer to poster sessions on Monday 20 March 6PM-7PM
11:30am

12:20pm
5AM2: The future: extended mission, future missions
Chair: Nils Olsen
Chair: Giuseppe Ottavianelli
 

Investigation of a Future Constellation Geometry and Orbit Evolution of the Swarm Mission

Stavros Kotsiaros


Nanosatellite Space Physics: Multispacecraft Missions Inspired by Swarm

Johnathan K Burchill


Aiming at Enhancing the Science Return of the Swarm Mission: the Swarm Delta NanoMagSat Project

Gauthier Hulot


Discussion

The Future Extended Mission. Future Missions

2:00pm

3:35pm
5PM1: Discussion, recommendations and resolutions
Chair: Rune Floberghagen
Chair: Roger Haagmans



Posters


P01: Mission status and overview - posters
Chair: Claudia Stolle
Chair: Gauthier Hulot
 

Three Times Three: Three Years of Swarm Routine Operations and Beyond

Elia Maestroni


CASSIOPE e-POP Mission Development and Operation

Gregory Allan Enno


Options for the Swarm Orbit and Constellation Evolution

Francesco Petrucciani


SWARM Instruments Performance Issues since Commissioning: Identification and Mitigation

Pierre Vogel


Swarm Payload Data Ground Segment: Status and Future Outlook

Antonio de la Fuente


"VirES for Swarm" - Evolution of the Swarm Data Visualisation Tool

Daniel Santillan Pedrosa


Swarm Data Exploitation and Valorisation at CDPP

Frédéric Pitout


Swarm Magnetic Data Quality Overview

Enkelejda Qamili


Statistical Analysis of Geomagnetic Field Intensity Differences between ASM and VFM Instruments Onboard Swarm Constellation

Roberta Tozzi


Recent Results from Analysis of the Sun Induced Magnetic Disturbance

Lars Tøffner-Clausen


Searching for the Cause of Small, but Systematic, Magnetic Field Anomalies Observed on Board the Swarm Satellites when Flying in non-Nominal Attitudes

Gauthier Hulot


A Comparison of Three Years of Swarm experimental ASM-V and Nominal VFM Data Using a Global Geomagnetic Field Modeling Approach

Gauthier Hulot


An Overview of Results from the Flux-gate Magnetometer on the C/NOFS Satellite

Robert F. Pfaff


Particle-in-cell Modeling of Interaction Between Nanosatellite And Ionosphere

Nadia Imtiaz


The Swarm Langmuir Probes: Status and Ongoing Activities

Raffaella D'Amicis


Swarm Thermal Ion Imager Instruments: Overview and Operational Status

Raffaella D'Amicis


CSES Electric Field Detector Calibration Tools Based on IRI, IGRF, and SWARM Data

Piero Diego


Overview of Swarm Accelerometer Data Quality

Christian Siemes


Improvements of the Swarm Accelerometer Data Processing

Sergiy Svitlov


Swarm DISC: New Swarm Products and Services

Jens K Jensen


Swarm SCARF Comprehensive Inversion, 2017 Production

Lars Tøffner-Clausen


Swarm Level-2: Dedicated Core Field Model (DCO)

Martin Rother


Recent BGS Activities for the Swarm Data Innovation and Science Cluster

William Brown


The Canadian Cordillera Array (CCArray): Taking Earth-Based Observations to the Next Level

Katherine Boggs


Review of Data Recorded by the e-POP Radio Receiver Instrument (RRI)

H. Gordon James


Statistical Characterisation of Penetrating Radiation Fluxes near 500 km Altitude Based on Swarm EFI Thermal Ion Imager CCD Artefacts

Alexei Kouznetsov

P02: Deep Earth - posters
Chair: Kathy Whaler
Chair: Stefan Maus
Chair: Andrew Jackson
Chair: Erwan Thébault
 

Signature of the Inner Core in Surface Core Flow Variations

Nicolas Gillet


A Quasi-Geostrophic Magnetoconvection Model of the Decadal Zonal Flow Dynamics in Earth’s Core

Colin More


Gravity Signal of the Crust-Mantle Boundary and Density Structures in this Region

Bart Root

P03: Aurora - posters
Chair: Eric Frank Donovan
Chair: Pierre Langlois
 

Swarm-Aurora: Identifying Auroral Conjunctions Using an Online and Offline Cross-Platform Set of Tools

Darren Chaddock


New Insight into Auroral Arc Microphysics from e-POP

Gareth Perry


Inferring Ionospheric Convection from Sequences of Auroral Images: A Complement to Swarm EFI

Eric M. Grono

P04: Novel analysis methods and for geophysics and geospace research - posters
Chair: Angelo De Santis
Chair: Wojciech J. Miloch
 

A Localized Lithospheric Magnetic Model of Australia Incorporating Spectrally Diverse Aeromagnetic and Satellite Observations

Hyung Rae Kim


Localized Crustal Magnetic Vector and Gradient Anomaly Components of the Antarctic from a Global Spherical Harmonic Model of the Swarm Observations

Hyung Rae Kim


A Regional Geomagnetic Secular Variation Model of East Asia Using Spherical Slepian Functions

Hyung Rae Kim


Distribution of the Magnetic Anomaly for the Swarm Satellite in China and Adjacent Area

Can Wang

Balloon Gradient Magnetic Research at Altitudes of 20-40 Km in Addition to the Project "Swarm"

Oleg Brekhov


Using Variable Quad Geometry to Better Characterize the Field-Aligned Currents with Swarm

Adrian Blagau


A New Approach for Retrieving Time Series of External and Internal Spherical Harmonic Coefficients Describing Signals of Magnetospheric Origin

Alexey Kuvshinov


On the Role of Fine-Scale Non-Stationary Magnetic Field Perturbations in FAC Systems: Swarm Satellite Observations

Ivan P Pakhotin


The Revised Time-Frequency Analysis (R-TFA) Tool of the Swarm Mission

Georgios Balasis


In Situ Measurements in Perturbed Plasma

Pedro Alberto Resendiz Lira


Magnetic Remote Sensing of Ocean Heat Content

Robert H. Tyler

P05: Ionosphere - posters
Chair: Johnathan K Burchill
Chair: Kirsti Marjatta Kauristie
 

Observations of the Drift of Plasma Depletions Using SWARM Constellation and LISN TEC Measurements

Cesar Enrique Valladares


Characteristics Of Polar Cap Patches Observed By Multi-Instruments

Shasha Zou


American Polar Cap Patches are Denser and more Structured than European Ones

Andres Spicher


Analysis of Ionospheric Patches Based on Swarm Langmuir Probe and TEC Data

Alex Timothy Chartier


Characteristics of Electron Density Variations at Equator Crossings

Stephan Buchert


Comparison between IRI and Electron Density Swarm Measurements during the St. Patrick Storm Period

Roberta Tozzi


NeSTAD: A Tool to Tag Electron Density Anomalies with Swarm Data

Luca Spogli

Relationship between Plasma Density Gradients and Swarm GPS Data

Anna Faehn Follestad


Ground Based Kinematic GNSS Contribution Dealing with Space Weather Observations

Janis Balodis


Swarm for Space Weather monitoring

Claudia Stolle


Determination of CASSIOPE Topside Ionospheric Total Electron Content Using GPS Precise Point Positioning Techniques

Heather Ann Nicholson


Modeling the Sq and Equatorial Electrojet Magnetic Fields from 3 years of Swarm Data

Gauthier Hulot

P06: Remote sensing of earthquakes, lightning and radiation belts - posters
Chair: Michael E Purucker
Chair: Georgios Balasis
 

Exploring the Development of GICs Related to Large dB/dt Variations in Space

Stavros Dimitrakoudis


Swarm Observations of ULF Pulsation Activity and the August 2016 Central Italy Earthquake

Georgios Balasis


Ionosphere Precursors before Large Earthquakes

Yanyan Yang


Quasi Simultaneous Tropical Cyclone And Earthquake Action On The Ionosphere

Liudmila Vanina-Dart


Analysis of Local Anomalous Characteristics of Lithospheric Magnetic Field before Pishan M6. 5 Earthquake in Xinjiang in 2015

Xinjuan Ding


Detecting Seismic Anomalies from Satellite and Ground Based Electromagnetic Data Using Big Data Analytics Approaches

Yaxin Bi


Statistical Analysis of Magnetic Field Disturbances Before Major Earthquakes Based on the DEMETER Magnetic Waveform Data

Qiao Wang


Occurrence Of Schumann Resonances In Swarm ASM Burst Mode Data

Will Brown

P07: Satellite geodesy missions today - posters
Chair: Frank Michael Flechtner
Chair: Matthias Weigelt
Chair: Pieter Nicolaas Visser
Chair: Thomas Gruber
 

Using Swarm For Gravity Field Determination – An Overview After 3+ Years In Orbit

Christoph Dahle


Estimation of Mass Variations in Greenland Using Leakage-Reduced GRACE Data

Dimitrios Piretzidis


Geoid Requirements for Height Systems and their Unification

Martin Willberg


Low-Degree Temporal Gravity Field Solution from SWARM Constellation of Satellites Using the Energy Balance Approach

C.K. Shum

Time Variable Gravity Field and Ocean Mass Change From SWARM Data

Christina Lück


Continental Grids of Disturbing Gravity Tensor Components over North America

Branislav Habel


Impact Of Wiese-Approach In The Mitigation Of Ocean-Tide Aliasing Errors In Monthly GRACE Gravity Field Solutions

Matthias Weigelt


Combined Swarm/Sentinel Gravity Fields

Daniel Arnold

P08: Future of geodesy from space - posters
Chair: Roger Haagmans
Chair: Adrian Jäggi
 

ESA's Studies of Next Generation Gravity Mission Concepts

Luca Massotti


Cold Atom Interferometers Used in Space (CAIUS) for Measuring the Earth’s Gravity Field

Luca Massotti

GNSS-SLR Co-Location On-Board GNSS Satellites: Possible Contribution to the Realization of Terrestrial Reference Frames

Sara Bruni

P09: Quasi-static coupling of the magnetosphere-ionosphere-thermosphere system - posters
Chair: Andrew W. Yau
Chair: Astrid Maute
 

Effect of Swarm A/C Orbital Configuration and Magnetic Field Inclination on the Spherical Elementary Current Systems (SECS) Analysis Method

Heikki Vanhamäki


A Tentative Procedure to Assess / Optimize the Swarm Electric Field Data and Derive the Ionospheric Conductance in the Auroral Region

Octav Marghitu


Field-Aligned Current Response to Increasing Solar Indices

Thomas R Edwards


Analysis of Thick, Finite, and Non-Planar Field-Aligned Currents in the Polar Regions with Swarm Magnetic Field Measurements

Xi Bai


Multi-point Analysis of Current Structures in the Inner Magnetosphere

Malcolm Wray Dunlop


Energy Input to the Ionosphere-Thermosphere Due to Inductive Coupling with the Magnetosphere

Olga P. Verkhoglyadova


Dynamics of CME and HSS Storms Revealed from Auroral Imaging and Field aligned Currents

Larry R Lyons


Magnetopause Erosion During the March 17, 2015, Magnetic Storm: Combined Field-Aligned Currents, Auroral Oval, and Magnetopause Observations

Guan Le

P10: Magnetosphere-ionosphere-thermosphere coupling: turbulence and waves - posters
Chair: Ivan Pakhotin
Chair: Karl M. Laundal
 

Electromagnetic ULF Wave Energy Leakage through the Ionosphere as Observed by Low-Orbiting Satellites SWARM and Ground AMBER Array

Vyacheslav Pilipenko


Strong Ambipolar-driven Ion Upflow Within the Cleft Ion Fountain During Low Geomagnetic Activity

Yangyang Shen


Diagnosing the Topside Ionosphere Using Synchronous E- and B-field Measurements from the Swarm Satellite Constellation

Ivan Pakhotin


Validation of a Comprehensive Numerical Model of Ionosphere by Comparison with EISCAT Observations

Dmytro Sydorenko


Pc1 Wave Observations in the Topside Ionosphere with Swarm Satellites

Georgios Balasis


Modelling Anisotropic Temperature Ratios in the Weakly Collisional Altitude Region Observed by Swarm

Lindsay Victoria Goodwin

P11: Upper mantle and lithosphere - posters
Chair: Christopher Finlay
Chair: Alexey Kuvshinov
 

Satellite Gradients for Lithospheric Modelling – Sensitivity Tests Over the Northern Segment of the Trans-European Suture Zone

Bernhard Weise


Constraining Lateral Variations of Upper-Mantle Electrical Conductivity Using Satellite-Detected Tidal Magnetic Signals

Alexander Grayver


Linking GIA and Lithospheric Structure of Antarctica with Satellite Gravity Gradients

Jörg Ebbing


Processing and Analysis of Satellite Gravity and Magnetic Data for Modelling the Lithosphere in Framework of 3D Earth

Nils Holzrichter


Impact of Heat Flow and Laterally Varying Susceptibility on the Crustal Field

Wolfgang Szwillus


Global Thermochemical Imaging of the Lithosphere Using Satellite and Terrestrial Observations

Javier Fullea

P12: Thermosphere - posters
Chair: John Manuel
Chair: Jose van den IJssel
 

CHAMP, GRACE, GOCE and Swarm Thermosphere Density Data with Improved Aerodynamic and Geometry Modelling

Günther March


GPS-derived Density Data for the Swarm Satellites During the Declining Phase of the Solar Cycle

Eelco Doornbos


Horizontal and Vertical Wind Measurements from GOCE Angular Accelerations

Tim Visser


Long-term Variations of the Upper Atmosphere Parameters on Rome Ionosonde Observations and their Interpretation

Angelo De Santis


Molecular Ions and Hot Oxygen Atoms in the Topside Ionosphere and their Possible Effects on Satellites in Low-Earth Orbits

Victoria Claire Foss


The "Rocket Experiment for Neutral Upwelling 2 (RENU2)” Sounding Rocket

David Kenward


Impact of Swarm GPS Receiver Modifications on Baseline Determination

Xinyuan Mao


Impact of GPS Receiver Tracking Loop Modifications on Precise Swarm Orbits

Jose van den IJssel


GPS-based Kinematic Orbit Determination of Swarm Satellites

Le Ren

P13: The future: extended mission, future missions - posters
Chair: Nils Olsen
Chair: Giuseppe Ottavianelli
 

Improvements in Crustal Field Modeling with Swarm at Lower Altitudes

Patrick Alken


Lowering SWARM’s AC Satellites and Implications for Studying Ocean Circulation

Neesha Regmi Schnepf

   
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