2014 SESDA Conferences

American Geophysical Union (AGU)
San Francisco, CA – December 15-19, 2014

  • Multi-Point Observations of the Inner Magnetosphere from the Van Allen Probes and Related Missions at NASA’s Space Physics Data Facility (SPDF), McGuire, R.E., Bilitza, D., Candey, R.M., Chimiak, R., Cooper, J.F., Garcia, L.N., Harris, B.T., Johnson, R.C., Kovalick, T., Lal, N., Leckner, H., Liu, M., Papitashvili, N.E., and Roberts, D.A.
  • Automated Wave Analysis and Reduction in EUV (AWARE): a Tool for the Detection and Characterization of EUV waves, Inglis, A. R., Ireland, J., Shih, A. Y., Christe, S., and Hayes, L.
  • Helioviewer.org:Solar & Heliospheric Data Visualization, Stys, J. E., Ireland, J., and Mueller, D.
  • NASA Citizen Science: Putting Real Data, Observations, and Analysis Methods in the Hands of the Public, Mayo, L.
  • Small Bodies, Big Discoveries: NASA’s Small Bodies Education Program, Mayo, L.and Erickson, K.
  • Coronal Fourier Power Spectra: Implications for Coronal Heating and Coronal Seismology, Ireland, J., McAteer, R. T. J., and Inglis, A.R.
  • How well does the S-Web Theory Predict In-Situ Observations of the Slow Solar Wind?, Young, A. K., Antiochos, S. K., Lepri, S. T., Linker, J. A., and Zurbuchen, T. H.
  • When the Sun Gets in the Way: Stereo Science Observations on the Far Side of the Sun, Vourlidas, A., Thompson, W. T., Gurman, J. B., Luhmann, J. G., Curtis, D. W., Schroeder, P. C., Mewaldt, R. A., Davis, A. J., Wortman, K., Russell, C. T., Galvin, A. B., Popecki, M., Kistler, L. M., Ellis, L., Howard, R., Rich, N., Hutting, L., Maksimovic, M., Bale, S. D., and Goetz, K.
  • Effects of Superthermal Electrons in the Young Earth Atmosphere and its Habitability, Airapetian, V. and Khazanov, G. V.
  • Modeling Nanoflare Heating in Solar Coronal Active Regions, Allred, J. C. and Airapetian, V.
  • 3D Coronal Density Reconstruction and Retrieving Coronal Magnetic Field Structures during Solar Minimum and Maximum, Kramar, M., Airapetian, V., and Davila, J. M.

ESDIS System Engineering Technical Interchange, NASA/GSFC
Greenbelt, MD – November 18-20, 2014

The Second Gregory G. Leptoukh Online Giovanni Workshop, NASA/GSFC
Greenbelt, MD – November 10-14, 2014

American Astronomical Society Division for Planetary Sciences (DPS)
Tucson, AZ – 9-14 November, 2014

  • NASA’s Big Events: A Framework for Public Engagement, Mayo, L., Cline, T., Lewis, E., and Ng, C.

Sounder Science Team meeting
Greenbelt, MD – September 30 – October 2, 2014

LANCE User Working Group Meeting, NASA/GSFC
Greenbelt, MD – September 23-24, 2014

World Maker Faire 2014
Queens, NY – September 20–21, 2014

Aura Science Team meeting
College Park, MD – September 16-18, 2014

Cassini/CIRS Team Meeting
September 15-17, 2014

Alaska Satellite Facility User Working Group Annual Meeting
Fairbanks, AK – September 9-11, 2014

National Science Foundation 2nd Eclipse Planning Workshop
Columbia, Missouri – August 21-22, 2014

  • NASA’s Big Events: A Framework for Public Engagement, Ng, Carolyn, Lewis, E., and Mayo, L.

Seventh Solar Information Processing Workshop
La Roche-en-Ardenne, Belgium – August 18 – 21, 2014

  • You can do Solar Data Analysis with SunPy, Ireland, J., Mumford, S. J., Christe, S., and The SunPy Collaboration

End User Workshop: Science-Driven Cyberinfrastructure Needs in Solar-Terrestrial Research
New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey – August 13 – 15, 2014

  • Important Science Drivers and Challenges: Data Mining and Metadata, Ireland, J. and Nandigam, V.

Comet Siding Spring Observers Conference

APL/Laurel, MD – August 11, 2014

Heliophysics Cross-Forum Retreat
Burlingame, CA – August 2-4, 2014

Mason Dixon Star Party

Wellsville, PA – July 25-27, 2014

  • Small Bodies, Big Discoveries, Mayo, L.

International Society of Technology Education (ISTE)
Atlanta, GA – June 27- July 2, 2014

7th Library and Information Services in Astronomy (LISA VII)
Naples, Italy – June 17-20 June, 2014

  • Data Citation in Astronomy, Hourcle, J.A.

18th Cambridge Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun
Flagstaff, AZ – 8-13 June, 2014

  • Forward Modeling of Synthetic EUV/SXR Emission from Solar Coronal Active Regions: Case of AR 11117, Airapetian, V. S. and Allred, J.
  • Toward A Self Consistent MHD Model of Chromospheres and Winds From Late Type Evolved Stars, Airapetian, V. S., Leake, J. E., and Carpenter, K. G.
  • Magnetic Interaction of a Super-CME with the Earth’s Magnetosphere: Scenario for Young Earth, Airapetian, V. S., Glocer, A., and Danchi, W.

American Astronomical Society (AAS) Solar Physics Division (SPD)
Boston, MA – June 2-6, 2014

  • Searching for Narrow-Band Oscillations in Solar Flares in the Presence of Frequency-Dependent Noise, Inglis, A. R. and Ireland, J.
  • SunPy – Python for Solar Physics, Version 0.4, Christe, S., Mumford, S., Perez-Suarez, D., Ireland, J., Shih, A. Y.,  Inglis, A. R., Liedtke, S., and Hewett, R.
  • Helioviewer.org: Enhanced Solar & Heliospheric Data Visualization, Stys, J. E., Ireland, J., Hughitt, V. K., and Mueller, D.
  • Power Spectra in AIA 171 and 193 and Their Implications for Coronal Seismology, Ireland, J., Mcateer, R. T. J., and Inglis, A. R.
  • Coronal Seismology: Inferring Magnetic Fields and Exploring Damping Mechanisms, McAteer, J., Ireland, J.,  and Inglis, A. R.
  • Coronal Diagnostics from Cometary Emission, Bryans, P., Pesnell, W. D., Seaton, D. B., and West, M. J.
  • Performance Measurements of an Intensified APS Detector for SPICE on Solar Orbiter, Thompson, W., Davila, J., Woytko, G., Devlin,T., Jordan, P., Rosanova,A., Chang, W., Reginald, N., Plummer, T., Haas, P., Caldwell, M., Anderson, M., Eccleston, P., Griffin, D., and Siegmund, S.
  • Naming Collections of Solar Physics Data, Hourcle, J.A. and the VSO Team
  • Standardizing Documentation of FITS Headers, Hourcle, J.A. and the VSO Team
  • Data Citation in Astronomy, Hourcle, J.A. and the VSO & Data Citation Principles Teams
  • Changing Perceptions One Classroom at a Time: Evaluation Results from the Solar Dynamics Observatory formal Education and Public Outreach Programs, Wawro, M. and Haden, C.
  • Simulation of S-Web Corridor Dynamics, Young, A, Antiochos, S. K., DeVore, C., and Zurbuchen, T. H.

AstroZone: Boston
Boston, MA – May 31, 2014

  • Hands-on Sun, Wawro, M.

MMS iBook Workshop
New Oxford, PA – May 22, 2014

National Science Teacher Association Conference (NSTA)
STEM Forum & Expo
New Orleans, LA – May 14-17-2014

Philly Science Festival: Clark Park Discovery Days
Philadelphia, PA – April 26, 2014

USA Science and Engineering Festival 
Washington, DC – April 25-27, 2014

Washington, DC – April 18-20, 2014

National Science Teachers Association Annual Conference
Boston, MA – April 3-6, 2014

  • Hands On the Sun, Van Norden W. and Hill, S.
  • What’s Up? Classroom Activities from the Association of Astronomy Educators, Session I: Sun, Earth, and Planets, Van Norden, W. and  Noel-Storr, J. 
  • What’s Up? Classroom Activities from the Association of Astronomy Educators, Session II: Beyond the Solar System, Van Norden, W. and  Noel-Storr, J.

MMS Science Working Group Meeting
Iowa, IA – March 25-27, 2014

Earth Science Data Systems Working Group (ESDSWG) meeting at NASA GSFC
Greenbelt, MD – March 24-26, 2014

Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS)
Louisville, KY – March 23-27, 2014

AIRS Science Team meeting at NASA JPL
Pasadena, CA – March 17-19, 2014

9th International Digital Curation Conference
San Francisco, CA – February 24-27, 2014

  • Digital Curation at the Solar Data Analysis Center, Hourcle, J.

USA Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) – National Council for Science and the Environment 2014
Washington, DC – February 20, 2014

Space Weather Training for Mission Operators and Engineers
Greenbelt, MD – January 28-29, 2014

Franklin Institute: City Skies Program 
Philadelphia, PA – January 25, 2014

  • Solar Activities for your Classroom, Wawro, M.

Data Formats and Metadata Semantics Workshop
Washington, DC – January 9-10, 2014

American Astronomical Society (AAS)
Washington, DC – January 5-9, 2014

  • Linear Polarization Measurements of Comet Lovejoy from STEREO and SOHO, and their Application to Comet ISON, Thompson, W.T.