Seventh European Space Weather Week
15-19 November, 2010 - Brugge, Belgium


All presentations we have, are accessible on the European Space Weather Portal. In the list under, the links are provided.

Presentation1 of the 7th European Space Weather Week,
Presentation2 of the 7th European Space Weather Week,
Presentation3 of the 7th European Space Weather Week,


Session 1: SSA Space weather in Support of European Critical Infrastructure
-ESA SSA SWE Element Status and near Future Plans, J-P. Luntama
-Proposal for the provision of Space Weather Segment precursor services-in support to ESA SSA reparatory Programme, S. Reid
-Implementation Design Study of Space Weather Instruments, N. Pailer et al.
-HaSTETeNet: a State-of-the Art H-Alpha Solar Patrol Network for the SSA, F. Clette
-EISCAT_3D: A European Imaging Radar for Space Weather Research, I. McCrea
-Space Weather: recent programamtic developments in the UK, M. Hapgood
-Overview of Space Weather and SSA activities in EU research, M. Ljungqvist
-European risk from geomagnetically induced current (EURISGIC), A. Viljanen
-Advanced Thermosphere Modelling for Orbit Prediction (ATMOP), M. Menvielle
-AFFECTS (Advanced Forecast For Ensuring Communications Through Space), V. Bothmer
-CIGALA:Concept for Ionospheric Scintillation Mitigation for Professional GNSS in Latin America, B. Bougard
Protecting space assets from energy particles by developing Eurpean dynamic modelling and forecasting capabilities, R. Horne
-COMESEP: Forecasting the Space Weather Impact, N. Crosby et al
-Space Weather Integrated Forecasting Framework, G. Lapenta
-Space Weather Research in Ukraine , A. Parnowski

Keynote lecture:

Session 2: Spacecraft Environment and Effects
-Recent developments in Dynamic Modelling of the Earth’s Radiation Belts, R. Horne
-The Transient Observations-based Particle Model and its potential application in radiation effects evaluation, S. Benck
-Space Weather in medium Eath Orbit during sora cycle 24 dcline and start-up of cycle, H. Evans
-Space Environment Measurements by JAXA Satellites and ISS, T. Obara
-Monitoring of Space Ionizing Radiation in Russian Federal Space Agency, I.O. Ishutin
-Space Weather Conditions at the Time of the Galaxy 15 Spacecraft Anomaly Report by the NOAA Tiger Team, T. Onsager
-On-Orbit Anomalies : Investigations and Root Cause Determination, R. Ecoffet
-Impact of the Particle Environment on SWAP and LYRA Data, M. Dominique

Session 3: Tracking Heliospheric Phenomena: New Observing and Analysis Strategies
-AIA observations of CMEs, L. Golub
-The Emerging Heliophysics Informatics Infrastructure, J. Ireland
-a three-Dimensional SWAP-STEREO Reconstruction of a Mass-Loading type eruption, D. Seaton
-Space Weather Data and Observations at the NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center, T. Onsager
-Coronal holes and high-speed Solar wind streams,
-Fine stucture of the solar inner corona and its Relationship with coronal streams, V. Slemzin
-New Models and Observational Strategies for reconstructing the Solar Spectral Irradiance for Space Weather Applications , G. Cessateur
-Temporal and frequency variations of flares observed by LYRA onboard of PROBA2, J. Zender
-Tracking CMEs from Sun to Earth, M. Temmer
-Can a Halo CME fromthelimbbegeoeffective?, C. Cid

Session 4: Space Weather Products an Services
-Monitoring of auroral oval location and geomagnetic activity based on magnetic measurements from satellites in low Earth orbit., S. Vennerstrom
-SWAP and LYRA onboard of PROBA2, new EUV Instruments for space weather monitoring, A. De Groof
-Creating an SEP flux database from ESA/SREM measure,ments, I. Sandberg
-Potential use of NMDB for the real-time Observation and Specification of the near-Earth Radiation environment, C. Steigies
-Operational Products of the Space Weather Application Center Ionosphere (SWACI) and capabilities of their use, N. Jakowski
-NOAA’s Space Weather Services: Research Needs, Opportunities, and Challenges, T.J. Bogdan
-CASSIS Moving forwards on standards and interoperability, R. Bentlay
-The Virtual Space weather Applications Network of Tools – ViSpaNeT -A Virtual Observatory for SWE data and model assets, P.Beltrami Karlezi

Session 5: Space Weather Models: from Research to Apllications
-Transitioning Space Science Models from Research to Operations: Challenges and Opportunities, M. Hesse
-SOTERIA Initiation Challenge, G. Lapenta
-Real-Time Reconstructions of the Solar Irradiance for Space Weather Applications in the SOTERIA Project Framework, L.U. VIeira
-Modeling geomagnetic cutoffs for space weather applications, B.T. Kress
-Solar Shield project - lessons learned and advances made (, A. Pulkikinnen
-Space weather effects on Yamal – Europe transit gas pipeline:recent developments and prospects for coming decade, Z. Salikhov
-Ionospheric ScintillationsPropagation Model, Y. Beniguel
-Modeling and visualization software for the nowcasting of the middle atmosphere , E. Rozanov