Outer planet moon - magnetosphere interaction workshop

from Thursday, 5 November 2020 (08:00) to Friday, 6 November 2020 (20:30)


        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
5 Nov 2020
6 Nov 2020
AM
PM
13:45 Welcome and introduction   ()
14:00
Oral presentations (until 15:22) ()
14:00 Invited presentation: The variable energetic charged particle environment of outer planet moons - Elias Roussos (Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research)   ()
14:20 Effects of Titan's magnetospheric environment on its atmosphere - Leonardo Regoli (Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory)   ()
14:40 Ambient magnetic and plasma conditions at moon orbits - Nicholas Achilleos (UCL)   ()
15:00 Modelling of Energy-Transfer Processes at Ganymede’s Upstream Magnetopause - Nawapat Kaweeyanun (Imperial College London)   ()
15:20 Io plasma torus and Jovian aurora activities seen by Hisaki: Recent result, current status, and future plan - Fuminori Tsuchiya (Graduate school of Science, Tohoku University)   ()
15:22 --- Break ---
15:30
Oral presentations (until 16:50) ()
15:30 Reconnection-driven Dynamics at Ganymede's Upstream Magnetosphere: 3D Global Hall MHD and MHD-EPIC Simulations - Hongyang Zhou   ()
15:50 Multi-fluid MHD Modeling of Europa's Plasma Interaction - Camilla Harris (University of Michigan Ann Arbor)   ()
16:10 Europa plume studies - Lorenz Roth (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden)   ()
16:30 Impact of using a collisional plume model on detecting Europa's water plumes from a flyby - Rowan Dayton-Oxland (Miss)   ()
16:50 --- Break ---
17:20
Oral presentations (until 19:20) ()
17:20 Invited presentation: Variability of the Galilean moon plasma environment and implications for moon-magnetosphere interactions - Fran Bagenal (University of Colorado, Boulder, CO USA)   ()
17:40 The Io and Europa plasma tori as potential ultra-low-frequency resonators - Harry Manners (Imperial College London)   ()
18:00 The Io-torus interaction as seen through a telescope - Carl Schmidt (Boston University)   ()
18:20 Determining the Io volcanic source with Hisaki neutral oxygen observations and 3D modeling - Howard Smith (JHU APL)   ()
18:40 Plasma flow around a satellite with an ionosphere: Theoretical models of the moon-magnetosphere interaction - Frank Crary (University of Colorado, LASP)   ()
19:00 Pickup ions in the outer solar system - Andrew Coates (UCL Mullard Space Science Laboratory)   ()
19:20 --- Break ---
19:30
Poster session (until 19:46) ()
19:30 Variability in the energetic electron bombardment of Ganymede - Lucas Liuzzo (Space Sciences Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley)   ()
19:32 Ganymede Book - Martin Volwerk (Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences)   ()
19:34 Energetic proton depletions near Europa: the effect of plumes, atmospheric charge exchange, Alfvén wings and the wake - Hans Huybrighs   ()
19:36 Survey of the Nançay Decameter Array's extended catalog for the possible control of Jupiter's decametric radio emissions by Europa. - Hadassa Raquel Peixoto Jácome (INPE, Brazil)   ()
19:38 Simulations of UV Emission from the Io Plasma Torus using the Colorado Io Torus Emission Package 2 (CITEP 2) - Edward Nerney (LASP, CU Boulder)   ()
19:40 Io’s Loss of Neutral Material: Numerical Simulations - Vincent Dols (LASP Colorado University USA)   ()
19:42 Spectroscopic observations of Io Neutral Clouds: constraints on Na-bearing dust grains ejected from Io - Cesare Grava (Southwest Research Institute)   ()
19:44 An Alfvénic source for suprathermal electrons in the Io torus - Drew Coffin (University of Alaska Fairbanks)   ()
19:46
Poster session (until 20:30) ()
14:00
Oral presentations (until 15:20) ()
14:00 Low-energy electrons in Saturn’s inner magnetosphere from the Cassini Langmuir Probe - George Xystouris (Lancaster University)   ()
14:20 The Langmuir probe observations of the dust and plasma at Enceladus plume and the E-ring - Michiko Morooka (Swedish Institute of Space Physics)   ()
14:40 Fast and Slow Water Ion Populations in the Enceladus Plume - Richard Haythornthwaite (University College London)   ()
15:00 Remote Detection of Surface Charging at Saturn’s Icy Moons - Geraint Jones (UCL Mullard Space Science Laboratory)   ()
15:20 --- Break ---
15:30
Oral presentations (until 16:50) ()
15:30 Invited presentation: Moon-magnetosphere interactions of Io and Enceladus: A high-resolution, in-situ parametric study - Ali Sulaiman (University of Iowa)   ()
15:50 Moon-induced auroral radio emission in the outer solar system - Corentin Louis (IRAP - Toulouse)   ()
16:10 Triton Plasma Interactions - Mats Holmstrom (Swedish Institute of Space Physics)   ()
16:30 Investigating the energy inputs to Triton’s enigmatic ionosphere - Tom Nordheim (NASA JPL)   ()
16:50 --- Break ---
17:00
Discussion (until 18:00) ()
18:00
Oral presentations (until 19:20) ()
18:00 Invited presentation: Connecting the Galileo particle, plasma, and field data with ionospheric, exospheric, and MHD models - Marina Galand (Imperial College London)   ()
18:20 Detectability of subsurface oceans and their flows by JUICE - Ingo Mueller-Wodarg (Imperial College London)   ()
18:40 Investigating the origin of sulfur-bearing species on the Galilean moon Callisto - Richard Cartwright (Carl Sagan Center at the SETI Institute)   ()
19:00 Interaction of plasma with the surface of icy moons: insights from laboratory experiments - André Galli (University of Bern)   ()
19:20 --- Thank you for joining ---
19:30
Poster teaser (until 19:44) ()
19:30 The RADiation hard Electron Monitor (RADEM) for the JUICE mission - Marco Pinto (LIP)   ()
19:32 The JUICE Radio & Plasma Wave Investigation (RPWI) of the Jovian moon-magnetosphere interactions - Dr Jan-Erik Wahlund (Swedish Institute of Space Physics)   ()
19:34 Europa-UVS and JUICE-UVS Plans for Auroral and Airglow Observations of Moon-Magnetosphere Interactions - Kurt Retherford (SwRI, San Antonio, TX)   ()
19:36 JUICE spacecraft charging in the variable Jovian magnetosphere, plumes of Europa and the auroral zone of Ganymede: Implications for future particle and fields measurements - Mika Holmberg (ESTEC)   ()
19:38 Large density spikes in Titan’s upper ionosphere - Niklas Edberg (Swedish Institute of Space Physics)   ()
19:40 Polarization electrostatic field in the presence of negatively charged dust: implications for dust confinement near Saturn’s F ring - Lina Hadid   ()
19:42 Jupiter’s unusual swirly storms - Prateek Tripathi (Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India)   ()
19:44
Poster breakouts (until 20:30) ()