12-14 May 2015, Alexandria, VA, USA

14-May, Thursday

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TimeA Sessions - Washington BallroomB Sessions - Madison Ballroom
07:30Light Continental Breakfast -- Washington FoyerLight Continental Breakfast -- Washington Foyer
Session 8A: Scintillations and Irregularities Models
Chairs: C. Carrano, D. Knepp
Session 7B: Storms and Anomalous Conditions I
Chairs: A. Coster, L. Goncharenko
08:30Three-dimensional modeling of high-latitude scintillation. A Chartier
Abstract | Paper | Slides
Spatial and temporal extent of ionospheric anomalies during sudden stratospheric warmings in the daytime ionosphere. L. Goncharenko
Abstract | Slides
08:45A strong-scatter theory of ionospheric scintillations for two-component power-law irregularity spectra. C. Carrano
Abstract | Paper | Slides
Mesosphere and ionospheric responses during sudden stratospheric warming events at low and high solar activity. S. Sathishkumar
Abstract
09:00Reconciling two-component power-law spectra. C. Rino
Abstract | Paper | Slides
Deep ionospheric hole created by sudden stratospheric warming in the post-midnight ionosphere. L. Goncharenko
Abstract | Slides
09:15Multiple phase screen calculation of two-way spherical wave propagation in the ionosphere. D. Knepp
Abstract | Paper | Slides
Ionospheric storm effects in GPS Total Electron Content. E. Thomas
Abstract | Paper | Slides
09:30Electrostatic reconnection in the ionosphere. J. Huba
Abstract | Paper | Slides
Opposite hemispheric asymmetries in the ionospheric F- and topside regions observed during the geomagnetic storm of 29-31 August 2004. E. Astafyeva
Abstract | Paper | Slides
09:45Inferring zonal irregularity drift from single-station measurements of amplitude (S4) and phase (sigma-phi) scintillations. C. Carrano
Abstract | Paper | Slides
High-latitude topside ionospheric vertical Electron-Density-profile changes in response to large magnetic storms. R. Benson
Abstract | Paper | Slides
10:00Modeling the zonal drift of equatorial plasma irregularities and scintillation. C.S. Huang
Abstract | Paper | Slides
Vacant.
10:15 -
10:30
BreakBreak
Session 9A: Equatorial Scintillatin and Irregularities I
Chairs: R. Caton, C. Coker
Session 8B: Storms and Anomalous Conditions II
Chairs: A. Coster, L. Goncharenko
10:30Characteristics of high-latitude and equatorial ionospheric scintillation of GNSS signals. J. Morton
Abstract | Paper | Slides
Statistical investigation of ionospheric storm and substorm events using GEC and AE-index. T. Gulyaeva
Abstract | Paper
10:45MELISSA observations of F-region irregularities. G. Zewdie
Abstract | Paper | Slides
Time delay between Dst index and magnetic storm related structure in the solar wind. V. Osherovich
Abstract | Paper | Slides
11:00On seasonal/longitudinal distributions of post-midnight quiettime equatorial ionospheric irregularities. S. Su
Abstract | Slides
Solar wind turbulence as a driver of geomagnetic activity. E. Ugwu
Abstract
11:15Relations between the equatorial vertical drifts, electrojet, GPS TEC and scintillation during the 2008-09 solar minimum. S. Khadka
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The observatin and simulation of the ionospheric response to CIR-induced geomagnetic activity on April 4, 2005. Y. Chen
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Session 9B: HF TIDS III: Geolocation
Chairs: J. Goodman, L. McNamara
11:30Post-midnight bubbles longitudinal dependence. E. Yizengaw
Abstract | Slides
New methods of characterizing traveling ionospheric disturbances using GNSS measurement. G. Bust
Abstract | Slides
11:45Association of sporadic E-layer (Es Layer) with daytimje VHF scintillations at Waltair, a low latitude station in the Indian sector during half a solar cycle. D. Prasad.
Abstract
Digisonde observations at WSMR for Day 026, 2014. L. McNamara.
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12:00 -
13:30
Lunch - on your ownLunch - on your own
Session 10A: Equatorial Scintillation and Irregularities II
Chairs: R. Caton, C. Coker
Session 9B: HF TIDS III: Geolocation
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Chairs: J. Goodman, L. McNamara
13:30GPS scintillation effects as observed from a location beyond the anomaly crest in the Indian longitude sector. S. Ray
Abstract | Paper | Slides
HF signal geolocation versus ionospheric structure: an engineering solution approach. T. Gaussiran
Abstract | Slides
13:45Multi-instrument observation of ionospheric irregularities over Indian sector during November 2011. D. Prasad.
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Ionospheric raytracing with Mojo. K. Zawdie
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Session 10B: Ionospheric Modification: RF Imapcts from Other Facilities and Sources
Chairs: P. Bernhardt, T. Pedersen
14:00Vacant.Ground based measurements of ionospheric turbulence manifestations induced by the VLF transmitter. D. Kotik
Abstract | Paper | Slides
Session 11A: High to Mid-latitude Scintillation and Irregularities
Chairs: C. Carrano, D. Knepp
14:15On the effect of "patchy pulsating" aurora and auroral arcs on GPS signals. S. Mushini
Abstract | Slides
Stimulated plasma emission at the second harmonic of the pump wave. Y. Yampolski
Abstract | Paper | Slides
14:30Analysis of Antarctic scintillation measured at McMurdo and South Pole Station. A. Coster
Abstract | Slides
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Stimulated Brillouin scattering during electron gyro-harmonic heating at EISCAT. H. Fu
Abstract | Paper | Slides
14:45Analysis of the geomagnetic variations and GPS scintillations over the Canadian auroral zone. L. Nikitina
Abstract | Paper | Slides
GNSS probing of local ionospheric disturbances in high latitude. H. Sato
Abstract | Paper | Slides
15:00Analysis and modeling of mid-latitude decameter-scale plasma wave irregularities utilizing GPS and radar observations. A. Eltrass
Abstract | Paper | Slides
Radiotomographic imaging of the artificially disturbed mid-latitude ionosphere with the CASSIOPE and Parus satellites. V. Kunitsyn
Abstract | Paper | Slides
15:15Characterization of the Ionospheric scintillations at high latitude using GPS signal. H. Mezaoui
Abstract
Low-frequency waves in HF heating of the mid-latitude ionosphere. S. Sharma.
Abstract | Paper | Slides
15:30Adjourn until IES2017Adjourn until IES2017

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