13-17 July 2020

Time [UTC] Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
12:00–13:15 Opening, obituaries Heliosphere III Atmosphere Instrumentation I Neutron monitor stability
Heliosphere I GD: Heliosphere GD: Atmosphere Data base I
13:15–13:30 Break
13:30–15:00 Heliosphere II GLE Space weather II Instrumentation II Data base II
Space Weather I Response
GD: GLE and Space weather I GD: Space weather II GD: Instrumentation, Response GD: Instrumentation, Response, Stability, Data base, Closing of the meeting

GD: General discussion        


Opening of NMDB@Home, obituaries

Time [UTC] Presenter Title
1200–1210 Ludwig Klein Welcome and AOB
1210–1220 David Ruffolo Roger Pyle - a short obituary talk
1220–1230 Agnieszka Gil Michael Alania - a short obituary talk

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Cosmic rays in the heliosphere: spatial and time variability I

Oral presentations:

Time [UTC] Presenter Title
1230–1245 Sergey Koldobskiy Use of AMS-02 and PAMELA experiments data for calibration of NM network and verification of NM yield functions
1245–1300 Anatoly Belov Comparison of longterm changes in the flux of cosmic rays according to ground-based detectors, Pamela and AMS-02
1300–1315 Victor Yanke Experimental spectrum of cosmic ray variations in the rigidity range 1-20 GV on the Earth orbit by AMS-02 data

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Cosmic rays in the heliosphere: spatial and time variability II

Oral presentations:

Time [UTC] Presenter Title
1330–1345 Athanasios Papaioannou Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections as the Driver of Non-recurrent Forbush Decreases
1345–1400 Simone Benella A new method to model magnetic cloud-driven Forbush decreases
1400–1415 Dimitra Lingri Precursory signals of Forbush Decreases with and without shock wave
1415–1430 Christopher Light Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejection Associated Forbush Decreases in Neutron Monitors

Short poster presentations:

Time [UTC] Presenter Title
1430– Mohanad Mahdi Salih Cosmic ray data and Explanation: Energetic and Raw material
Victor Yanke About long term modulation of cosmic rays in the 23-24 solar activity cycles
Maria A. Abunina Ring of stations method in cosmic rays variations research
Petr Gololobov Dynamics of energetic spectrum of solar-diurnal variations of cosmic rays in 19-24 solar activity cycles
Suyeon Oh Seasonal variation of cosmic ray intensity observed by ground neutron monitor
Anna Lukovnikova Analysis of the rigid spectrums of variations of cosmic rays during Forbush effect on October 8, 2012
–1500 Fraser Baird Wavelet Analysis of Long-Term Variations in NM, Sunspot, and Solar Wind Data

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Cosmic rays in the heliosphere: spatial and time variability III

Oral presentations:

Time [UTC] Presenter Title
1200–1215 Liudmila Trefilova Unusual decrease of the cosmic ray intensity in May 2019 on the background of the minima solar activity
1215–1230 Renata Modzelewska Recurrence of galactic cosmic rays anisotropy and intensity during solar cycle 24
1230–1245 David Ruffolo Tracking Cosmic-Ray Spectral Variation during 2007-2018 Using Neutron Monitor Time-delay Measurements
1245–1300 Gonzalo Tancredi Using Cosmic Rays detected by HST as Geophysical Markers
1300–1315 General discussion: Cosmic rays in the Heliosphere

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GLE analysis and Space Weather research and services I

Oral presentations:

Time [UTC] Presenter Title
1330–1345 Alexander Mishev Application of the updated NM yield function and GLE database for an improved GLE analysis
1345–1400 Sergey Koldobskiy Reconstruction of SEP fluences during GLE events: description of the new method and its application to the data
1400–1415 Rolf Bütikofer SEP spectra derived from neutron monitor data and from EPHIN space detector data during recent GLEs and sub- GLEs
1415–1430 Karl-Ludwig Klein Relativistic solar particle events, pion decay gamma rays, and magnetic connectivity
1430–1445 Alexander Mishev Extension of the global NM network - optimization for space weather purposes
1445–1500 General discussion: GLE analysis and Space Weather research and services I

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Cosmic rays and the atmosphere

Oral presentations:

Time [UTC] Presenter Title
1200–1215 Ashot Chilingarian Measuring atmospheric electric field by the European network of SEVAN detectors
1215–1230 Alejandro López-Comazzi Short-term Periodicities Observed in Neutron Monitor Counting Rates
1230–1245 Martin Schrön Monitoring Environmental Water with Ground Albedo Neutrons from Cosmic Rays

Short poster presentations:

Time [UTC] Presenter Title
1245– Anastasia Tezari Cosmic Radiation Exposure of Aviators for Solar Cycles 23 and 24
Jongil Jung Comparison between Daejeon neutron monitor data and clouds data during 2012-2018
–1315 General discussion: Cosmic rays and the atmosphere

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Space Weather research and services II

Oral presentations:

Time [UTC] Presenter Title
1330–1345 Petr Gololobov NMDB database and global survey method
1345–1400 Olga Kryakunova High-energy magnetospheric electron enhancements in 22-24 solar activity cycles and Forbush-effects
1400–1415 Chihiro Kato A New Cosmic Ray Observation at Syowa Station in the Antarctic
1415–1430 Agnieszka Gil Signs of geoeffective space weather events in cosmic rays during the rst half of the solar cycle 24

Short poster presentations:

Time [UTC] Presenter Title
1430– Wataru Kihara A Particular ICME Event in August 2018 Observed with the Ground Based Muon Detectors and Neutron Monitors
Ashot Chilingarian Status of a European network of SEVAN detectors
Sindulfo Ayuso A new directional muon telescope for Space Weather application
Alexander MacKinnon Local Intermittency Measure analysis of Neutron Monitor data
Maria Papailiou Relationship of the characteristics of Large Forbush Decreases and the heliolongitude of their sources
Nicolas Fuller Kerguelen and Terre Adelie neutron monitors - a status report
–1500 General discussion: Space Weather research and services II

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Neutron detector instrumentation I

Oral presentations:

Time [UTC] Presenter Title
1200–1215 Warit Mitthumsiri Measuring single and multiple atmospheric secondary particles from cosmic rays using cross-counter neutron time delay distributions from the Princess Sirindhorn Neutron Monitor
1215–1230 Alejandro Sáiz Recent upgrade of the neutron monitor at Mawson, Antarctica
1230–1245 Du Toit Strauss Refurbishment of the SANAE neutron monitor
1245–1300 Juanjo Blanco A new neutron monitor at Livingston Island (Antarctic Peninsula)
1300–1315 Stephan I. Böttcher Novel registration system for Neutron Monitors

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Neutron detector instrumentation II

Short poster presentations:

Time [UTC] Presenter Title
1330– Stepan Poluianov Data management of the Oulu cosmic ray station
Victor Yanke Reformatting of neutron monitor to increase its effectivity
Jongil Jung Installation of Jang Bogo neutron monitor in Antarctica
– 1345 Stepan Poluianov Upgrade of electronics of neutron monitors DOMC and DOMB

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Neutron detector response functions

Oral presentations:

Time [UTC] Presenter Title
1345–1400 Waraporn Nuntiyakul Responses of Bare Neutron Counters to Cosmic Rays During 1995 and 2009 Latitude Surveys
1400–1415 Lev Dorman Variability of effective cutoff rigidities for neutron monitors during 1950 – 2050
1415–1430 Danislav Sapundjiev Comparison between the observed and the computer modeled neutron monitor count rates

Short poster presentations:

Time [UTC] Presenter Title
1430– Waraporn Nuntiyakul FLUKA Simulation of Neutron Detector Responses in Latitude Surveys to Vertical Secondary Particles from Cosmic Rays
Mary Zazyan Calculations of the sensitivity of the SEVAN network to galactic and solar cosmicrays
Markus Similä Study of multiplicity at the Antarctic high-altitude double neutron monitor DOMC and DOMB: atmospheric vs. instrumental cascades
Claudio Corti Data-driven estimation of neutron monitor yield function
–1500 General discussion: Instrumentation, response functions

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Long-term stability of neutron detectors

Oral presentations:

Time [UTC] Presenter Title
1200–1215 Bernd Heber Measurements of cosmic rays by a mini neutron monitor at Neumeier III from 2014 to 2018
1215–1230 Anna Lukovnikova Cosmic ray stations of ISTP SB RAS

Data bases and catalogues I

Oral presentations:

Time [UTC] Presenter Title
1230–1245 Ilya Usoskin Major update of the International GLE database: detrended GLE profiles
1245–1300 Christian T. Steigies Status of the NMDB
1300–1315 Semen Belov Cutoff rigidity and particle trajectories online Calculator

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Data bases and catalogues II

Short poster presentations:

Time [UTC] Presenter Title
1330– Pauli Väisänen Global neutron monitor network data for the period of 1953-2019: Survey for quality control
Grigori Karapetyan The Database of Directivity Functions of Neutron Monitors
General discussion: Neutron detector instrumentation, Neutron detector response functions, Long-term stability of neutron detectors, Databases and catalogues
Closing of the meeting

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