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Parker Solar Probe

Solar Working Group Meeting #17 – June 6-7, 2019

Beyster Building, Room 1670

Computer Science and Engineering Department, North Campus, University of Michigan 2260 Hayward Street, Ann Arbor MI 48109

Meeting Agenda – June 6, 2019


Sessions

Contributions

Speakers

Time Allocations

(minutes)

Clock


Opening, Project, and Instrument Status Update

Welcome and Logistics

Nour Raouafi

Justin Kasper

10

8:30

NASA/Heliophysics Division Update

Nicky Fox

20

8:40

PSP – Project Status Update

Patrick Hill

20

9:00


Instrument Status Updates

FIELDS

FIELDS Team

15

9:20

SWEAP

SWEAP Team

15

9:35

ISQIS

ISQIS Team

15

9:50

WISPR

WISPR Team

15

10:05

Solar Orbiter: Status Update

Tereza Nieves

10

10:20

BREAK

15

10:30


First Publications (Nature)

Rotational Flows, Spikes, and Angular

Momentum

Justin Kasper

20

10:45

ISQIS

Dave McComas

20

11:05

WISPR

Russ Howard

20

11:25

The Magnetic Structure and Dynamics of the

Emerging Solar Wind

Stuart Bale

20

11:50

LUNCH

70

12:10


Solar Wind Sources

Solar wind origins and magnetic field dynamics

at first perihelion

Marco Velli

15

13:20

Electron properties and trends

Jasper Halekas

15

13:35

Compare beam properties seen at PSP as a

function of distance with Wind values at 1 au

Ben Alterman

15

13:50

Crossing of the Heliospheric Current Sheet

(HCS) and Model Predictions

Adam Szabo

15

14:05

3D Solar Wind Model with Alfven Waves and

PSP

Victor Reville

15

14:20

Modeling Slow Wind Variability

Aleida

Higginson

15

14:35

PFSS Modeling of the First Encounter

Badman

15

15:50

BREAK

15

15:05

Kinematics of Small Structures

Paulett Liewer

15

15:20

Density Power Spectral Analysis

A. Vourlidas

N. Viall

15

15:35

Two Kinds of Slow Solar Wind

Jia Huang

15

15:50


CMEs & CIRs

Coronal Mass Ejections- Nov 11/12

summary/overview

Kelly Korreck

15

16:05

Evolution of flux rope in WISPR FOV

Alexis Rouillard

15

16:20

Solar source of flux rope

Phil Hess

15

16:35

CIR events observed by ISOIS during first two

PSP orbit

Christina Cohen

15

16:50

Analysis of the Nov 11, 2018 SEP event and

associated CME

Joe Giacalone

15

17:05

Poster Session & Reception

17:20

June 7, 2019


Sessions

Contributions

Speakers

Time

Allocations

Clock


Solar Energetic Particles

First PSP observations of 3He-rich SEPs

Mark Wiedenbeck

15

8:30

A “Classic” Z-Rich SEP event (02 April

2019)

Ed Roelof

15

8:45

EPI-Hi Observations of April 4 2019 SEP

Event

Rick Leske

15

9:00

Spectral Properties of Suprathermal Protons

and Heavy Ions in the Inner Heliosphere

Mihir Desai

15

9:15

FIELDS/RFS Measurements of Type III

Radio Bursts

Marc Pulupa

15

9:30

Comparison of observed SEP events to

modeled events

Colin Joyce

Nathan Schwadron

15

9:45

Association of Magnetic Structures with

Energetic Particle Counts

Bill Matthaeus

15

10:00

Cross-calibration of EPI-Hi/EPI-Lo using

medium-energy energetic particle events

Colin Joyce

15

10:15

BREAK

15

10:30


Dust

Description of background removal technique and Identification of Comet

Phaethon


Guillermo Stenborg


15


10:45

F-corona

Arnaud Thernisien

Russ Howard

15

11:00

Dust Impacts as Observed by FIELDS

Stuart Bale

David Malaspina

15

11:15

Comparison to MHD Models

Mark Linton

15

11:30


Heating & Acceleration of the Solar Wind

Heating and instabilities

Kris Klein

15

11:45

Survey of jet properties

Justin Kasper

15

12:00

Energy flux in spikes

Stuart Bale

Tim Hurbory

15

12:15

Heat flux and switchbacks

Phyllis Whittlesey

15

12:30

LUNCH

60

12:45

Evolution of large amplitude kinked

fields/folds

Anna Tenerani

15

13:45

PSP observations of magnetic reconnection

during Encounter 1

Tai Phan

15

14:00

Radial evolution of turbulence properties

C. Chen/S. Bale

15

14:15

On the interpretation of turbulent signals by

PSP

Jean Perez

15

14:30

Stochastic Heating Rate & Local

skew/kurtosis

Mihailo Martinovic

15

14:45

Rapid flux angle measurements

Daniel Vech

15

15:00

Long-range correlations in B

Dudok de Wit

15

15:15

Measures of Alfvenicity across scales

A. Tulasi

15

15:30

Magnetic structures and their properties

Krasnoselskikh

15

15:45

BREAK

15

16:00

IC waves

Stuart Bale

15

16:15

Near fce waves

David Malaspina

15

16:30

Radial temperature and intermittency

Ben Maruca

15

16:45

Third order law and local energy transfer

Bill Matthaues

15

17:00

Proton temperature anisotropy limits

Jia Huang

15

17:15

Quasi-thermal noise

Milan Maksimovic

15

17:30

Meeting Adjourn

17:45


Location

Meeting Logistics

The SWG will take place in room 1670 of the Beyster Building (Computer Science and Engineering Department) on North Campus. The address of the building is 2260 Hayward Street, Ann Arbor MI 48109, and the meeting room is on the lowest floor of the building. A map of North Campus and key locations are shown below.


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Parking

Paid parking is available by credit card in the two parking lots indicated in red by the Beyster building. From parking lot NC48 on Hayward Avenue enter the Beyster building and proceed downstairs to room 1670. If you park in lot NC27 on Murfin Avenue then you can just walk into Beyster on the ground floor straight to the meeting room. These is another lot to the right of the Climate and Space Building further East. We suggest coming early to get a nearby parking spot.

Meals and Breaks

A simple continental breakfast will be available beginning at 8:00am and refreshments and snacks will be provided during the morning and afternoon breaks. A variety of lunch options are available in Pierpont Commons a short walk south from the meeting, and there are also prepared sandwiches and a café in the Duderstadt Center. Both options are due south of Beyster and a quick walk.

Poster Session and Reception

A poster session and reception will be held at the end of the day on Thursday starting at 5:20pm. Posters can be set up outside the meeting room on Tuesday morning, and taken down on Wednesday. The largest size for a poster is 4’ wide and 3’ high. Drinks and appetizers will be served at the reception.

Internet Access

Free internet access without a password is available by connection to the MGuest network.

Remote Access

A WebEx will be circulated to the SWG mailing list for those who cannot attend in person.

Emergency Contacts

If you have a question or problem during the visit feel free to contact Justin Kasper (cell 617-970-8125, jckasper@umich.edu) or Debbie Eddy, our Sr. Administrative Assistant (dkeddy@umich.edu).



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