IAGA

IAGA School Speakers




Name of Lecturer: David Kerridge
djk@bgs.ac.uk
Affiliation: British Geological Survey, Edinburgh; United Kingdom
Description of my topic:
Geomagnetic fields: Observations, data and indices; Geomagnetic fields: Modelling.

Guided computer-based exercises including:
Signals in magnetic observatory data from seconds to decades
Examples of spherical harmonic analysis in action including using the IGRF to trace
field lines and find conjugate points
Building a 'mini-IGRF' from a Swarm data set
Estimating the core radius using geomagnetic field models

Name of Lecturer: Eliah Sao Sabbas
eliahfersaosabbas@gmail.com
Affiliation: National Institute for Space Research – INPE
Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation ; Brazil
Description of my topic:
Talk 1: Discovering the Magnetosphere and the Ionosphere
This will be a tutorial talk making a broad overview of the main features of the Magnetosphere and the Ionosphere, and how the interaction of solar energy and matter (solar plasma) create and sustain these regions. It will also introduce the electrodynamic coupling between these layers and the neutral atmosphere, to be discussed in the second talk.

Talk 2: FAIRIES: EFfects SignAlIng the ElectRodynamic CouplIng between the AtmospherE and Space
In this tutorial talk we will begin at the point in which solar radiation starts to make its partial return to space, in the form of IR radiation, and how it, together with moisture (water vapor), creates thunderstorms. It will review electrical discharges in the form of lightning develop from thunderstorms, create and maintain the Global Electric Atmospheric Circuit and give rise to hybrid atmospheric-space plasmas of transient nature as well as energetic particle emissions, which are a new field in Space and Atmospheric sciences and signal the electrodynamic coupling of all layers of the atmospheric system, both neutral and ionized.

Name of Lecturer:Stephan Thiel
stephan.thiel@sa.gov.au
Affiliation: Geological Survey of South Australia, Australia
Description of my topic:
Introduction to electrical and EM methods
Electrical conductivity of Earth materials
Source fields for electromagnetic induction
Theoretical background of electromagnetic methods with focus on magnetotellurics
Analysing MT data: dimensionality, strike, anisotropy
Modelling of MT data: from 1D to 4D
Case studies: Tectonics and mineral exploration
Case studies: Geothermal exploration and hydraulic fracture monitoring

Name of Lecturer: Julie Carlut
jcarlut@yahoo.fr
Affiliation: Institut de physique du globe de Paris, France
Description of my topic:
Paleomagnetism: Past instabilities of the geomagnetic field
The paleomagnetic record and its uncertainties
Inversions and short events, who's who?
From the Matuyama-Brunhes boundary to the Laschamps event: paleointensities and 10Be

Name of Lecturer: Gurfan Beig
beig@tropmet.res.in
Affiliation: Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology Ministry of Earth Sciences, Govt. of India; Pashan, Pune-411008, India
Description of my topic:
Prof. Gufran Beig has identified important anthropogenic climate change signal in the upper atmosphere and made reliable estimate of role of atmospheric chemistry on regional climate change…. http://safar.tropmet.res.in/beig/

Name of Lecturer: Alexandre Fournier
fournier@ipgp.fr
Affiliation : Université de Paris, Institut de physique du globe de Paris, France
Description of my topic:
Title: A quick introduction to data assimilation
This lecture will cover in an informal fashion the principles of data assimilation, and the bases of its sequential and variational implementation.

It will be complemented by hands-on practicals written in the python language.

Name of Lecturer: Yoshizumi Miyoshi
miyoshi@isee.nagoya-u.ac.jp
Affiliation: Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research, Nagoya University, Japan
Description of my topic:
Title :"Coupling process between solar wind and inner magnetosphere"
The subject for the lecture is a coupling process between solar wind and inner magnetosphere.
We focus on how energetic particle distributions in the inner magnetosphere depends on
the solar wind parameters and solar wind structures like CMEs and CIRs. Several characteristics
phenomena which are useful for the space weather forecast will be presented.