SHINE 2016 Schedule

SHINE 2016
Workshop Program

Download the SHINE block schedule here: SHINE 2016 BLOCK SCHEDULE

Download the agenda (same as this webpage): SHINE Agenda

Sunday, July 10th Student Day - For Students Only

Monday, July 11th (Chairs: Ben Chandran, Noe Lugaz, and Marty Lee)

7:00 Breakfast
8:30 Opening Remarks: Chandran & Lugaz
8:45 Student Day Summary
8:50 Description of Sessions: Session Leaders
11:20 Coffee Break
11:45 NSF Report: Moretto Jorgensen
12:15 Plenary Talk: Steve Kahler, "Solar Sources and Transport Processes of SEPs Inferred from GLEs and Recent Observations"
13:00 Lunch Break
14:00 Working Group Sessions

    1. The Topology of Coronal Magnetic Fields
    2. Science from the Solar Eclipse 2017
    3. Evolution and Influences of Plasma Turbulence in the Heliosphere

15:15 Coffee Break
15:45 WG Sessions continue
17:00 Welcome reception and Posters
19:00 Adjourn


Tuesday, July 12th (Chair: Kelly Korreck)

7:00 Breakfast
8:30 Working Group ‘Progress and Prospects’ Reports WG Leaders
9:00 Plenary Talk: Justin Kasper, "Solar Probe Plus and the SHINE community"
9:45 Working Group Sessions

    1. The Origin of Non-Eruptive Large Flares
    2. Particle Acceleration and Wave Generation Across Scales: From Reconnection to Shocks
    3. Outstanding Challenges in Understanding the Heating of the Solar Corona and Solar Wind

11:00 Coffee Break
11:30 WG Sessions continue
12:45 Lunch Break
14:00 Working Group Sessions

    1. Coronal Model Drivers: a fistful of maps
    2. Particle Acceleration and Wave Generation Across Scales: From Reconnection to Shocks
    3. Outstanding Challenges in Understanding the Heating of the Solar Corona and Solar Wind

15:15 Coffee Break
15:45 WG Sessions continue
17:00 Poster Session with refreshments
20:00 NASA/LWS TR&T Town Hall Linton

Wednesday, July 13th (Chair: KD Leka)

7:00 Breakfast
8:30 Working Group ‘Progress and Prospects’ Reports WG Leaders
9:10 Discussion on CubeSat Thomas Zurbuchen
9:30 Plenary Talk: Amy Winebarger, "What can we learn from high-resolution observations?"
10:15 Working Group Sessions

    1. The impact of high-resolution solar observations on understanding in situ measurements in the inner heliosphere
    2. The magnetic nature of Solar Filaments
    3. Kinetic Range Physics in the Solar Wind: Turbulence and Waves with Implications for the Turbulent Dissipation Challenge

11:15 Coffee Break
11:45 WG Sessions continue
13:15 Lunch, free afternoon


Thursday, July 14th (Chair: Eric Christian)

7:00 Breakfast
8:30 Working Group ‘Progress and Prospects’ Reports WG Leaders
9:00 Plenary Talk: Roy Torbert, "An Overview of Magnetic Reconnection as studied by the Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission" (Abstract)
9:45 Working Group Sessions

    1. The Magnetic Structure of Coronal Mass Ejections – Flux Rope Coronal Mass Ejections
    2. Understanding the Origin and Transport of GLEs with Modern Observations
    3. The Connection Between Magnetic Reconnection and Turbulence in Collisionless Plasmas

11:00 Coffee Break
11:30 WG Sessions continue
12:45 Lunch Break
13:00 Quo Vadis Town Hall Scott McIntosh
14:00 Working Group Sessions

    1. Flux-Rope CMEs: Predicting Bz
    2. Observational Signatures and Modeling of Intermittent Reconnection in the Solar Corona
    3. Heliosphere as Revealed from IBEX and Voyager Measurements

15:15 Coffee Break
15:45 WG Sessions continue
17:00 Poster Session
18:30 Cocktails
19:00 Banquet


Friday, July 15th (Chair: Stephen White)

7:00 Breakfast
8:30 Working Group ‘Progress and Prospects’ Reports WG Leaders
9:30 Working Group Sessions

    1. Remote-Sensing Observing Techniques for Improving Space-Weather Science and Forecasting
    2. Coronal magnetic field in the context of the spatial and temporal behavior of SEP events
    3. Why is the slow solar wind so variable?

10:45 Coffee Break
11:15 WG Sessions continue
12:30 Final Remarks, Discussion of Next Year’s Workshop (de Nolfo/Lugaz)
13:00 Workshop Adjourns

 

 

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