19th Cluster Workshop
Poiana Brasov, Romania, 18-21 May 2010
Inner magnetosphere science objectives: some previous achievements with Cluster and new targets for 2011 - 2012
Iannis Dandouras, Sandrine Grimald
CESR, Université de Toulouse / CNRS, France
On the association between energy conversion regions and high speed flows in the plasma sheet
Octav Marghitu (1), Maria Hamrin (2), Patrik Norqvist (2), Berndt Klecker (3)
(1) Institute for Space Sciences, Bucharest, Romania (2) Department of Physics, Umea University, Sweden (3) Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, Garching, Germany
Magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling in the Harang region
Octav Marghitu (1), Costel Bunescu (1), Tomas Karlsson (2), Berndt Klecker (3)
(1) Institute for Space Sciences, Bucharest, Romania (2) Space and Plasma Physics, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden (3) Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, Garching, Germany
Study of turbulent phenomena in space plasma exhibiting strong wave activity – Investigation of Hot Flow Anomaly turbulence
Peter KOVACS (1) Gabor FACSKO (2,3)
(1) Eötvös Loránd Geophysical Institute, Hungary (2) Geodetic and Geophysical Research Institute of Hungarian Academy of Sciences (3) Laboratoire de Physique et Chimie de l`Environment et de l`Espace, Orleans, France
Observed variation in ionospheric outflow during the 11 October 2001 moderate storm
Jichun Zhang^{1}, Lynn M. Kistler^{1}, Christopher G. Mouikis^{1}, Hiroshi Matsui^{1}, Berndt Klecker^{2}, Iannis Dandouras^{3}, and Malcolm W. Dunlop^{4}
^{1}Space Science Center, University of New Hampshire, USA ^{2}Max-Planck-Institut für extraterrestrische Phsik, Germany ^{3}CESR/CNRS, France ^{4}Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
BBF / plasma bubble coupling to the ionosphere
Colin Forsyth
UCL-MSSL
Multi-spacecraft observations of auroral electron acceleration by Cluster
C. Forsyth (1), A.N. Fazakerley (1), A.P. Walsh (1), K. Garza (1), C.J. Owen (1), I. Dandouras (2,3), K-H. Fornacon (4)
(1) UCL MSSL, Dorking UK, (2) Universite de Toulouse, France, (3) CNRS, Toulouse, France, (4) Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany
Advances in modeling and understanding in-situ observations and coupling of the magnetosphere and the auroral ionosphere during Cluster-DMSP conjunctions
Marius Echim(1,2), Romain Maggiolo(1), Johan De Keyser(1), Michel Roth(1)
(1)Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy, Brussels, Belgium (2)Institute for Space Sciences, Magurele, Romania
Kinetic properties of the interface between the solar wind and the magnetosphere of Venus and Earth: modeling and observations by Venus Express and Cluster
Marius M. Echim (1,2), R. Maggiolo (1), J. De Keyser (1), H. Gunell (1), T. Zhang (3), G. Voitcu (2), R. Lundin (4), and S. Barabash (4)
(1) Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy, Brussels, Belgium (2) Institute for Space Sciences, Bucharest, Romania, (3) Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Graz, Austria, (4)Swedish Institute for Space Physics, Kiruna, Sweden
Electron Density Measured in the Earth’s Space Environment by the WHISPER Relaxation Sounder Onboard CLUSTER
Jean-Gabriel Trotignon, Jean-Louis Rauch, Xavier Vallières, Gabor Facsko, Séna Kougblénou, and Guillaume Lointier
Laboratoire de Physique et Chimie de l’Environnement et de l’Espace, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, LPC2E/CNRS, ORLEANS, France
An Interpretation Of The Wave Propagation Properties Observed On WHISPER Passive Mode As An Estimation Of The Electron Density
Jean-Louis Rauch, Jean-Gabriel Trotignon, Pierrette Décréau Xavier Vallières, Gabor Facsko, Séna Kougblénou, and Guillaume Lointier
Laboratoire de Physique et Chimie de l’Environnement et de l’Espace, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, LPC2E/CNRS, ORLEANS, France, jean-louis.rauch @cnrs-orleans.fr
GENERATION OF LOW FREQUENCY OSCILLATIONS
T.M. Burinskaya, M.M. Shevelev, E.E. Grigorenko
Space Research Institute RAS, Moscow, Russia
Different types of accelerated ion structures registered in the magnetotail PSBL: their spatial-temporal characteristics and auroral manifestations.
E.E. Grigorenko^1, R. Koleva^2, J.-A. Sauvaud^3, L.M. Zelenyi^1
^1Space Research Institute of RAS, Moscow Russia ^2Solar-Terrestrial Influences Institute “Acad. D. Mishev”, BAS, Sofia, Bulgaria ^3CESR, Toulouse, France
Timing method for determining the parameters of a 2-D, non-planar discontinuity
A. Blagau (1, 2), B. Klecker (2), G. Paschmann (2), S. Haaland (3, 4), O. Marghitu (1), and M. Scholer (2)
(1) Institute for Space Sciences, Bucharest, Romania. (2) MPE, Garching, Germany. (3) MPS, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany (4) Department of Physics, University of Bergen, Norway.
Anisotropy evolution of magnetic field fluctuation through the bow shock
Y. Narita [1] and K.-H. Glassmeier [1,2]
[1] Institut fuer Geophysik und extraterrestrische Physik, Technische Universitaet Braunschweig, Mendelssohnstr. 3, D-38116 Braunschweig, Germany [2] Max-Planck-Institut fuer Sonnensystemforschung, Max-Planck-Str. 2, D-37191 Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany
Field-aligned currents in the magnetotail observed by Cluster
J. K. Shi (1), Z. W. Cheng (1), T. L. Zhang (2), M. Dunlop (3), Z. X. Liu (1), A. Fazakerley (4), E. Lucek (5), H. Reme (6), M. Taylor(7), I. Dandouras (6)
(1)State Key Laboratory of Space Weather, CSSAR, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China (2)Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Graz, Austria (3)SSTD, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Chilton, Didcot, UK. (4)MSSL, University College London, UK (5)Imperial College London, UK (6)University of Toulouse, UPS, CESR, and CNRS, Toulouse, France (7)European Space Technology Centre, Noordwijk, The Netherlands
Quasistatic electric field structures and field-aligned currents in the polar cusp region
K. S. Jacobsen, J. I. Moen and A. Pedersen
University of Oslo
Study of the auroral current-voltage relationship using Cluster electric field and particle data
Mykhaylo Hayosh (1), Octav Marghitu (2), Tomas Karlsson (3)
(1) Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Prague, the Czech Republic (2) Institute for Space Sciences, Bucharest, Romania (3) Space and Plasma Physics, School of Electrical Engineering, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden.
Investigation of temporal stability of field-aligned currents in the auroral oval
T. Karlsson, J. Myde
Space and Plasma Physics, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden
Estimating the net plasma loss from ionospheric outflow
S. Haaland [1,2], E. Engwall [3], A. Eriksson [3], M. F"\orster [4], B. Lybekk [5], A. Pedersen [5], K. Svenes [6]
[1] Max-Planck Institute for Solar Systems Research, Germany [2] University of Bergen, Norway [3] Swedish Institute of Space Physics , Uppsala, Sweden [4] Helmholtz-Zentrum Potsdam, GFZ German Research Centre for Geoscienses, Germany [5] University of Oslo, Norway [6] Norwegian Defense Research Establishment, Norway
Field-aligned currents and particle precipitation
Simon Wing
The Johns Hopkins University
Models of magnetosphere-ionosphere interactions
Joachim Vogt
Jacobs University Bremen
Efficient ion heating at high altitude, wave and temperature characteristics
H. Nilsson (1), M. Waara (1), R. Slapak (1), M. André (2)
(1) Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Kiruna (2) Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Uppsala
Heavy ion energization, transport, and loss at Earth, Mars, and Venus
H. Nilsson
Swedish Institute of Space Physics
Magnetotail reconnection and its signatures in the ionosphere
L. Juusola (1), R. Nakamura (2), O. Amm (3), and K. Kauristie (3)
(1) University of Bergen, Norway, (2) Space Research Institute, Austria, (3) Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland
Reconnection Hall current system observed in the magnetotail and in the ionosphere
K. Snekvik (2), L. Juusola (1), N. Østgaard (1), O. Amm (2)
(1) Department of Physics and Technology, University of Bergen, Norway (2) Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, Finland
Alfvén waves from the magnetotail to the low-altitude auroral region
Andreas Keiling
University of California-Berkeley, Space Science Lab, USA
Neural network identification of ECR events – preliminary results based on synthetic data
Vlad Constantinescu, Octav Marghitu
Institute for Space Sciences, Bucharest, Romania
Low Frequency Waves in and around Energy Conversion Regions in the Plasma Sheet
D. Constantinescu (1,2) O. Marghitu (2) M. Hamrin (3) K.-H. Glassmeier
(1) Institute for Geophysics and Extraterrestrial Physics, TU Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Niedersachsen, Germany. (2) Institute for Space Sciences, Bucharest, Romania. (3) Faculty of Science and Technology, Umea University, Umea, Sweden.
Cold plasma and magnetic reconnection at the magnetopause
Mats André (1), Andris Vaivads (1), Yuri Khotyaintsev (1), Hans Nilsson (2), Gabriella Stenberg (2), Andrew Fazakerley (3)
(1) Swedusih Institute of Space Physics, Uppsala (2) Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Kiruna (3) MSSL
Investigating magnetosphere-ionosphere interactions using magnetosheath-magnetosphere numerical model
P. Dobreva (1) M. Kartalev (1)
1.Institute of Mechanics, Sofia, Bulgaria
Cluster/ FAST investigation of two early morning aurora events.
Costel Bunescu, Octav Marghitu
Institute for Space Sciences, Bucharest
The cusp outflow as a source of the plasma sheet during storm and non-storm times
L.M. Kistler, J. Liao, C.G. Mouikis
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, 03824
First WBD Results from the Winter 2009/2010 Auroral Acceleration Region Campaign
I. Christopher (1), R. Mutel (1), J. Pickett (1), A. Fazakerley (2), C. Forsyth (2), A. Masson (3), E. Lucek (4)
(1) University of Iowa, Iowa City, USA (2) UCL MSSL, Dorking, UK (3) ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands (4) Imperial College, London, UK
Investigating Electron Energization in the Cusp
B.M. Walsh T.A. Fritz M.M. Kilda
Boston University
Use of CLUSTER data in investigating the correspondence between different regions of inner magnetosphere and ionospheric phenomena
Mirela Voiculescu (1), Viviane Pierrard (2), Fabien Darrouzet (2), Marius Echim (2, 3), Johan De Keyser (2)
(1) Dunarea de Jos University of Galati, Romania (2) Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomie, Brussels, belgium (3) Institute for Space Sciences, Bucharest, Romania
Polar cap arcs - FAC and ion outflow – Cluster results
Romain Maggiolo(1), M. Echim(1,2), D. Fontaine(3), A. Teste(4), J. De Keyser(1), C. Jacquey(5) and I. Dandouras(5)
(1) Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy, Space Plasma, Brussels, Belgium, (2) Institute for Space Sciences, Bucharest, Romania (3) Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas, Velizy, France (4) Space Sciences Laboratory, Berkeley, United States (5) CESR, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France
Multi-spacecraft gradient techniques: Applicability for studying magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling
J. De Keyser
Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy
Monopolar and bipolar auroral electric fields and their ionospheric signature
J. De Keyser, R. Maggiolo, and M. Echim
Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy
Influence of the Field Aligned Beam on the Scattering of Diffuse Iions at the Earth’s Quasi-Parallel Bow Shock
A. Kis (2), M. Scholer (1), B. Klecker (1), E. A. Lucek (3), H. Rème (4), V. Wesztergom (2), I. Lemperger (2)
(1) Max-Planck-Institut für extraterrestrische Physik, Garching, Germany, (2) Geodetic and Geophysical Research Institute of HAS, Sopron, Hungary, (3) The Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College, London, UK, (4) CESR, Toulouse, France,
Current density calculation deep inside the ring current, using the curlometer technique
S. Grimald (1), I. Dandouras (1), E. Lucek (2), A. N. Fazakerley (3)
(1) CESR, Toulouse, France (2) Imperial Colleg, London, UK (3) MSSl / UCL, Dorking, UK
Putting Together the Pieces of the Substorm Puzzle
J. P. McFadden
University of California, Berkeley
The growth phase arcs and substorm onset
Gerhard Haerendel
Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, Garching, Germany
Characteristics of storm-time electric fields in the inner magnetosphere
H. Matsui (1), P. A. Puhl-Quinn (2), J. W. Bonnell (3), C. J. Farrugia (1), V. K. Jordanova (4), Yu. V. Khotyaintsev (5), P.-A. Lindqvist (6), E. Georgescu (7), and R. B. Torbert (1)
(1) University of New Hampshire, USA (2) AER, Inc., USA (3) University of California, Berkeley, USA (4) Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA (5) Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Uppsala, Sweden (6) Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden (7) Max-Planck-Institut für Sonnensystemforschung, Germany
Test-kinetic simulation of ion energy-dispersed structures and of non-gyrotropic distribution functions formed at the traversal of a plasma interface: two-dimensional solutions
Gabriel Voitcu(1), Marius Echim(1,2)
(1)Institute for Space Sciences, Magurele, Romania (2)Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy, Brussels, Belgium
On Inferring Reformation of the Quasi-Perpendicular Bow Shock by Multi-Spacecraft Data
Manfred Scholer (1) and Horia Comisel (2)
(1) Max Planck Institute extraterr. Physik, Garching, Germany (2) Institute for Space Sciences, Bucharest, Romania
Aurora and black (inverse) aurora viewed by Cluster
Göran T. Marklund
Space and Plasma Physics School of Electrical Engineering Royal Institute of Technology, KTH
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