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Pathway 1:

To obtain forecasts more than 1 day ahead of the magnetic structure of incoming CMEs to improve alerts for geomagnetic disturbances, related ionospheric variability and geospace energetic particles. Propagation of Solar Eruption through the heliosphere, prediction of magnetospheric-ionospheric response.

Session Focus Chair
Session 1From Sun to Earth and Beyond: CME propagation in interplanetary space Manuela Temmer
Session 2Effects of CMEs on Earth and Other Planetary BodiesHermann Opgenoorth
Session 9Down to Earth: Coupling Space Weather and Atmospheric ResponseWilliam Ward

Pathway 2:

To understand the particle environments of (aero) space assets leading to improved environmental specification and near-real time conditions. Radiation belt energisation and losses, creation and propagation of SEPs.

Session Focus Chair
Session 3:From Cradle to Grave: Particle Energization and Space Environmental Effects Arnaud Masson
Session 4:Towards improved specification and nowcasting/forecasting of the particle radiation environmentIoannis A. Daglis

Pathway 3:

To enable pre-event forecasts of solar flares and CMEs and related SEP storms for near-Earth satellites, astronauts, ionospheric conditions and polar route aviation including all clear conditions. Prediction of solar eruptions for spectral irradiance & SEPs, prediction of geospace responses to solar inputs.

Session Focus Chair
Session 5From Convective Zone to Heliosphere: CME precursors, initiation and onsetsJorg Buchner
Session 6Predicting Energetic Solar Phenomena and the Geospace responseNat Gopalswamy
Session 8Space Weather and the Solar CycleDibyendu Nandi

Pathway 4:

Assessing impact and our current predictive capability. These cross-cutting sessions will consider how space weather interacts with technological and biological systems, and how current models and tools are able to predict these interactions. Particular focus will be given to which techniques and approaches can best be applied in order to determine and quantify model and tool predictive capabilities.

Session Focus Chair
Session 7Metrics to Assess Space Weather PredictionsMasha Kuznetsova
Session 10Space Weather Effects on Technological and Biological SystemsAlexi Glover

School Sessions :

Invited Speakers:

Speaker Affiliation
PK ManoharanTIFR, India
Daniel BakerUniv. Col. Boulder, USA
Vladimir KalegaevMSU, Russia
Sami SolankiMPS, Germany
Stefaan PoedtsKU Leuwen, Belgium
David FalconerUHA, USA
Martin MlynczakNASA/Langley, USA
Volker BothmerUniv. Göttingen, Germany
Manolis GeorgoulisUniv. Athens, Greece
Mausumi DikpatiHAO/NCAR, USA
Laurene Jouve IRAP, Toulouse, France
Piet Martens Georgia State University, USA
Madhulika GuhathakurtaNASA/HQ, USA
Daniel MarshNCAR, USA
Duggirala PalamrajuPRL, India
Bernd FunkeIAA, Spain
Sean BruinsmaCNES, France
Miho JanvierUniv. of Dundee, UK
Suzy BinghamUK Met Office, UK
Vladimir AirapetianGSFC, USA
Klaus GaslgaardNiels Bohr Institute, Denmark
Cunningham GregoryLANL, USA
S.SeethaISRO, India
Anil BhardwajISRO, India
Luciano RodriguezROB, Belgium
Yohsi MiyoshiNagoya Univ., Japan
Natasha Jackson-BoothQinetiq, UK
Tsutomu NagatsumaNICT, JP
Daikou ShiotaNagoya University, Japan
Guenther ReitzDLR, Germany
A. K. UpadhayayaNPL, India

School Instructors:

Speaker Affiliation
Masha KuznetsovaNASA/CCMC, USA
Dibyendu NandiCESSI/IISER, India
Alex GlocerNASA, USA
Marlo MaddoxNASA/CCMC, USA
Aleksandre TaktakishviliNASA/CCMC, USA
Manuela TemmerUniv. of Graz, Austria
Ioannis DaglisUniv.of Athens, Greece
Sean BruinsmaCNES, France