IRI-2015 Workshop Program  

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MONDAY: 9 November 2015

08.00-09:00     Registration

09:00-09:45     Opening

09:45-10:00     Group Photo

10:00-10:30    Coffee/Tea


Session 1.        Improved Accuracy of IRI at Equatorial Latitudes - I

Chairperson: Bodo Reinisch

10:30-10:40     The International Reference Ionosphere: Model Update 2015

                        Dieter Bilitza

                        ID: 22O

10:40-10:55     Performance of the IRI-2012 model in the equatorial region: Variations with longitude and solar activity

                        Jeffrey Klenzing, Andréa Hughes, Dieter Bilitza, Angeline Burrell, and  Russell Stoneback

                        ID: 78O

10:55-11:10     Topside electron density profiles over Chumphon, Thailand and comparison with the IRI-2012 and NeQuick 2 models

                        Punyawi Jamjareegulgarn, Pornchai Supnithi, Mamoru Ishii, and Takashi Maruyama

                        ID: 47O

11:10-11:25     Ionospheric ceiling over the magnetic equator: A missing concept in IRI

                        Takashi Maruyama, Pornchai Supnithi, and Tharadol Komolmis


11:25-11:40     Validation of IRI-2012 and IRI-2007 model in determining TEC at an anomaly crest station in India

                        Nilesh C Patel, Sheetal P Karia, and Kamlesh N Pathak

                        ID: 14O

11:40-11:55     Performance of IRI-2012 model in predicting ionospheric electron density and various ionospheric parameters over the equatorial and low latitude sectors

                        K.Venkatesh and P.R. Fagundes

                        ID: 4O

11:55-13:30    Lunch


Session 2.        Improved Accuracy of IRI at Equatorial Latitudes - II

Chairperson: Pornchai Supnithi

 13:30-13:45     Effect of ionospheric irregularities on GPS signals during declining phase of solar cycle 23 at crest of EIA, Bhopal

                        Azad Ahmad Mansoori, Pramod Kumar Purohit, and Ashok Kumar Gwal

                        ID: 2O

13:45-14:00     IRI consistently underestimates TEC at 95°E during the ascending half of the solar cycle 24

                        Pradip Kumar Bhuyan,GeetashreeKakoty and Rumajyoti Hazarika

                        ID: 18O

14:00-14:15     Ionospheric irregularity observations using FS3/COSMIC radio occultation data

                        Lung-Chih Tsai, S.-Y. Su, and C. H. Liu

                        ID: 55O

14:15-14:30     An Empirical Model of FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC Occultation Scintillation

                        Shih-Ping Chen, Dieter Bilitza, and Jann-Yenq Liu

                        ID: 8O                    

14:30-14:45     Global Ionosphere Spread-F observed by the COSMIC GPS radio occultation technique: A great possibility for incorporating them into the International Reference Ionosphere (IRI) model

                        P. S. Brahmanandam, G. Uma, D. S. V. V. D. Prasad, and Y. H. Chu

                        ID: 73O

14:45-15:00     Comparative studies between equatorial spread F derived by the International Reference Ionosphere and the S4- index observed by FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC during the solar minimum period of 2007 - 2009

                        G. Uma, P. S. Brahmanandam, D. S. V. V. D. Prasad, and Y. H. Chu

                        ID: 75O

15:00-15:30    Coffee/Tea


Session 3.        Improved Accuracy of IRI at Equatorial Latitudes - III

Chairperson: Shunrong Zhang

15:30-15:45     The Correlation between Ionospheric Scintillations and Irregularities at Low Latitude

                        WANG Zheng, SHI Jiankui, WANG Guojun and WANG Xiao

                        ID: 12O

15:45-16:00     Simple ionospheric delay model associated with equatorial plasma bubble occurrence using NeQuick 2 model

                        Sarawoot Rungraengwajiake, Pornchai Supnithi, and Susumu Saito

                        ID: 79O

16:00-16:15     Assessment of GNSS Ionospheric Scintillation and TEC Monitoring using the Multi-Constellation GPStation-6 Receiver

Rod MacLeod

ID: 810         

16:15-16:30     Variations of the electron density of ionospheric F2-layer (NmF2) in the region of the equatorial anomaly crest during storm periods and comparison with IRI2012

Elijah Oyeyemi, John Bosco Habarulema.J.B, Patrick Sibanda, and Paul Obiakara

                        ID: 7O                                

16:30-16:45     New Proposed GPS Receiver Bias Estimation Method for the Equatorial Latitude Region

                        Prasert Kenpankho and Pornchai Supnithi

                        ID: 69O

16:45-17:00     Comparisons of IRI- 2012 Model TEC predictions with GPS TEC measurements observed at Guntur, India

                        D. VenkataRatnam

                        ID: 9O

17:00-17:05     Depart to reception session

17:05-20:00     Welcome reception


TUESDAY: 10 November 2015

Session 4.        Progress towards real-time IRI

Chairperson: Jeff Klenzing

09:00-09:15     Real-time Global Above-peak Variability of Ionosphere as seen by Assimilative IRI

                        Ivan Galkin, Bodo Reinisch, Jens Berdermann, Norbert Jakowski,           Xueqin Huang, Artem Vesnin, and Dieter Bilitza

                        ID: 57O

09:15-09:30     Regional optimization of IRI-2012 output (TEC, foF2) using derived GPS-TEC

                        N.Ssessanga, Yong Ha Kim, and Jaemin Kim

                        ID: 1O

09:30-09:45     Adapting the IRI model to improve estimation of ionospheric parameters and its validation with COSMIC and ionosonde data

                        John Bosco Habarulema and Nicholas Ssessanga

                        ID: 29O

09:45-10:00     Data Assimilation for Regional TEC Estimation and Mapping over Thailand

                        Somjai Klinngam, Pornchai Supnithi, Athiwat Chiablaem, Takuya Tsugawa, Mamoru Ishii, and Takashi Maruyama

                        ID: 80O

10:00-10:30    Coffee/Tea

10:30-10:45    Features of assimilation of the total electron content in the IRI model in low and equatorial latitudes

                        Olga Maltseva and Natalia Moshaeva

                        ID: 16O

10:45-11:00     Development of real-time GPS-TEC monitoring system incorporating ionospheric 3D tomography over Japan

                        Shota Suzuki, Suzumu Saito, Akinori Saito, Chen Chieh-hung, Gopi Seemala, and Mamoru Yamamoto

                        ID: 62O

11:00-11:15     3D electron density estimation in the ionosphere by using IRI-Plas model and GPS-TEC measurements

                        Hakan Tuna, Orhan Arikan, and Feza Arikan

                        ID: 37O

 11:15-11:30     Ionospheric longitudinal variations at midlatitudes and IRI

                        Shunrong Zhang, Anthea Coster, and Ziwei Chen

                        ID: 30O                            

11:30-11:45     Simulated East-west differences in F-region peak electron density at Far East mid-latitude region

                        Zhipeng Ren, Biqiang Zhao, Weixing Wan, and Libo Liu

                        ID: 50O

11:45-12:00     Online IRI-plas interface service by IONOLAB

                        Feza Arikan, T.L. Gulyaeva, Cenk Toker, Umut Sezen, Harun Artuner

                        ID: 40O

12:00-13:30    Lunch


Session 5.        F-peak modeling and comparisons

Chairperson: Lee-Anne McKinnell

13:30-13:45     Development of neural network for foF2 parameter at conjugate points in Southeast Asia and its comparison with the IRI-2012 model

                         Noraset Wichaipanich, Pornchai Supnithi, Mamoru Ishii, and Takashi Maruyama

                         ID: 33O

13:45-14:00     Variations of ionospheric peak parameters observed by ionosonde at Hainan Station from 2002 to 2012

                        G. J. Wang, J. K. Shi, X. Wang, Z. Wang

                        ID: 13O

14:00-14:15     foF2 and NmF2 trends at low- and mid-latitude for the last three solar minima and comparison with IRI model

                        Luigi Perna, and Michael Pezzopane

                        ID: 17O

14:15-14:30     Weddell Sea, Yakutsk and mid-latitude summer evening anomalies in foF2 and TEC diurnal variations

                        Maxim Klimenko, Vladimir Klimenko, Konstantin Ratovsky,               Alexander Karpachev, Irina Zakharenkova, Iurii Cherniak, Yury Yasyukevich, Nikolay Chirik

                        ID: 24O

14:30-14:45     Study on Ionosphere Earthquake Precursor and IRI

                        K-.I.Oyama, H.K.Fang, Y. Yakinami, K.Ryu,C.H Chen, H Liu, and J.Y.Liu

                        ID: 49O

14:45-15:00     A Statistical Study on Relationship between Earthquakes and Ionospheric F2 Region Critical Frequencies

                        Tuba Karaboga, Murat Canyilmaz, and Osman Özcan

                        ID: 59O

15:00-15:30    Coffee/Tea


Session 6.        Description of plasma temperatures and ion composition in IRI

Chairperson: Shigeto Watanabe

15:30-15:45     Comparisons of SWARM Electron Temperature Data with IRI

                        Vladimir Truhlik, Dieter Bilitza, Claudia Stolle, Stephan Buchert, Ales Bezdek, Katerina Podolska, Ludmila Triskova

                        ID: 77O

15:45-16:00     Effect of solar activity on ionospheric electron and ion temperatures and comparison with IRI-2012 model

                        D K Sharma and Malini Aggarwal

                        ID: 34O

16:00-16:15     Correction of heating rate of thermal electron by photoelectron

                        Yoshihiro Kakinami, and Shigeto Watanabe

                        ID: 45O

16:15-16:30     Modeling of the upper transition height from the topside electron density profiles

                        Vladimir Truhlik, Ludmila Triskova, Dieter Bilitza, Dmytro Kotov, Robert F. Benson, Phillip Chu, Yongli Wang, Oleksandr Bogomaz, and  Igor Domnin

                        ID: 76O

16:30-16:45     Storm-time enhancement in thermsopheric nitric oxide (NO) and its impact to ionospheric NO+

                        Yongliang Zhang, and Larry J. Paxton

                        ID: 31O

16:45-17:00     O(1S) Dayglow as a proxy to thermospheric dynamics: Ionospheric response to geomagnetic disturbances across Indian latitudes

                        Sumedha Gupta, and A.K Upadhayaya

                        ID: 51O

17:00-17:15    The Effect on Sporadic-E of Quasi Biennial Oscillation

                        Ramazan Atıcı and Selçuk Sağır

                        ID: 10O

17:15-17:30     Ionosonde-based indices for improved representation of solar cycle variation in IRI

                        Steven Brown and Dieter Bilitza

                        ID: 82O

17:30-17:45    Co-located fossil bubbles and SSTID structure at low latitudes: A case


                        Kornyanat Watthanasangmechai, Mamoru Yamamoto, Roland Tsunoda, Akinori Saito, Tatsuhiro Yokoyama, Mamoru Ishii, and Pornchai Supnithi

                        ID: 63O


WEDNESDAY: 11 November 2015

Session 7.        TEC and Topside modeling and comparisons

Chairperson:  Feza Arikan

09:00-09:15     IRI Total Electron Content in the Canadian Sector: A comparison to GPS observations and recommendations

                        David R. Themens, P.T. Jayachandran

                        ID: 46O

09:15-09:30     Topside electron density: comparison between Irkutsk incoherent scatter radar measurements, ionosonde observations, GSM TIP simulations and IRI predictions

                        K.G. Ratovsky, A.V. Medvedev, S.S. Alsatkin, M.V. Klimenko, V.V. Klimenko, and A.V. Oinats

                        ID: 15O

09:30-09:45     A comparison of measured TEC data with results based on the IRI and NeQuick 2 ionospheric models over the transition regions between mid and low latitude regions using a chain of stations near the geographic meridian of 28o situated in the Southern hemisphere

                        Patrick SIBANDA

                        ID: 60O

09:45-10:00     Comparison of GPS TEC variations with Holt-Winter method and IRI-2012 over Langkawi during high solar activity

                        Nouf Abd Elmunim, Mardinah Abdullah, and Alina Hasbi

                        ID: 11O

10:00-10:30    Coffee/Tea

10:30-10:45     IRI 2012 vTEC evaluation using the NeQuick topside option and F2 layer experimental parameters

Katy Alazo-Cuartas, Bruno Nava B., Sandro M. Radicella, Yenca Migoya-Orue’

ID: 83O

10:45-11:00     Improved IONOLAB-TEC space weather service

                        ­Feza Arikan, Umut Sezen, Cenk Toker, Harun Artuner, Gurhan Bulu, and Secil Karatay

                        ID: 41O

11:00-11:15     Variation of GPS-TEC in Hainan and comparisons with IRI model predictions

                        XiaoWang, JiankuiShi, and Guojun Wang

                        ID: 70O

11:15-11:30     Variation of the topside and plasmaspheric electron content derived from the podTEC observations of COSMIC LEO satellites

                        Man-Lian Zhang, Libo Liu, Weixing Wan, and Baiqi Ning

                        ID: 65O

11:30-11:45     Global feature of ionospheric slab thickness derived from observations of GIM TEC and COSMIC radio occultations

                        Libo Liu, He Huang

                        ID: 48O

11:45-12:00     Comparison of GPS Derived TEC with the TEC Predicted by IRI 2012 Model Over the Eastern Africa Region

                        Emmanuel Daudi, Christian B.S.Uiso, and Patrick Sibanda

                        ID: 28O

12:00-13:30    Lunch

13:30-17:00     Excursion

17:00-19:00     Depart to Banquet session (Chaopraya River Cruise)

19:00-21:30     Banquet


THURSDAY: 12 November 2015

Session 8.        Description of the ionosphere below the F-peak

Chairperson: Ivan Galkin

09:00-09:15     Comparison between bottomside parameter B0, B1 and IRI-2012 model: B0, B1 and H at an equatorial electrojet station

                        Saeed Abioye Bello, Mardina Abdullahi, Nurul Shazana Abdul Hamid, and Isaac Abiodun Adimula

                        ID: 27O

09:15-09:30     Variability of the bottomside (B0,B1) parameters obtained from FMCW ionosonde and GPS based ground observations over Chumphon, Thailand

                        Punyawi Jamjareegulgarn, Pornchai Supnithi, Mamoru Ishii, and          Takashi Maruyama

                        ID: 44O

09:30-09:45     Bottomside electron density profiles over Dibrugarh and comparison with the IRI

                        Bitap Raj Kalita and Pradip Kumar Bhuyan

                        ID: 23O

09:45-10:00     The effect of QBO on foE

                        Selçuk Sağır and Ramazan Atıcı

                        ID: 21O

10:00-10:30    Coffee/Tea

10:30-10:45     Modeling of the anomalous variations of Very Low Frequency (VLF) radio wave signals associated with solar-flare, solar-eclipse and possible pre-seismic events

                        Suman Ray, Sourav Palit, Suman Chakraborty, Sudipta Sasmal, and       Sandip Kumar Chakrabarti

                        ID: 58O

10:45-11:00     Modelling of sub-ionospheric VLF signal anomalies associated with precursory effects of the latest earthquakes in Nepal

                        Sudipta Sasmal, Suman Chakraborty, Sourav Palit, Suman Ray, Soujan Ghosh, and Sandip K. Chakrabarti

                        ID: 52O

11:00-11:15     Reconstruction of model based electron density distribution from ionosonde data

                        Gokhan Gok, Orhan Arikan, Feza Arikan, Z. Mosna

                        ID: 38O

11:15-11:30     Investigation of vertically propagating convectively generated short (~2-3 hr) period gravity waves in the atmosphere-ionosphere system

                        M. Arunachalam Srinivasan

                        ID: 35O

11:30-11:45     A novel approach to development of ionospheric random field model using GPS-TEC data

                        Ozan Koroglu, Feza Arikan

                        ID: 39O

11:45-12:00     Fostering research aptitude to high school students through space weather competition

Mardina Abdullah, Rosadah Abd Majid, Badariah Bais, Alina Marie Hasbi, Nor Syaidah Bahri

                        ID: 19O

12:00-13:30    Lunch


Session 9.        Student Presentations

Chairperson: Prasert Kenpankho

13:30-13:43   Team 1

13:43-13:56   Team 2

13:56-14:09   Team 3

14:09-14:22   Team 4

14:22-14:35   Team 5

14:35-14:48   Team 6

14:48-15:01   Team 7

15:00-15:30    Coffee/Tea


Session 10.      Poster Session

Chairperson: Vladimir Truhlik

15:30-17:30     Poster Session


FRIDAY: 13 November 2015

08:00-09:45     Welcome Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s visit

                        (In front of KMITL Conventional Hall)

09:45-10:15 Coffee/Tea


Session 11.      New Inputs for IRI

Chairperson: Koh-Ichiro Oyama and Dieter Bilitza

10:15-10:30     Upper Boundary of Ionosphere

                        Shigeto Watanabe

                        ID: 67O

10:30-10:45     An empirical model of the occurrence of an additional layer in the ionosphere from the occultation technique: preliminary results

                        Biqiang Zhao, Jie Zhu, Xinan Yue, and Weixing Wan

                        ID: 42O

10:45-11:00     Ionospheric responses to the solar EUV irradiance variations on the solar cycle and solar rotation timescales

                        Yiding Chen, Libo Liu, Huijun Le, and Weixing Wan

                        ID: 54O

11:00-11:15     Routine ionospheric observation at Syowa station, Antarctica: More than 50 years of operation for space weather monitoring

                        Tsutomu Nagatsuma, Hiromitsu Ishibashi, Takumi Kondo, Hisao Kato, Takahiro Naoi, and Michi Nishioka

                        ID: 64O


11:15-11:30     Wave Propagation Modeling for Anisotropic and Inhomogeneous Ionosphere using IRI-Plas-G

                        Esra Erdem, Feza Arikan

                        ID: 36O

11:30-11:45     Applying the nudged elastic band method for point-to-point ray path calculation using IRI modeled ionosphere

                        Igor Nosikov, Pavel Bessarab, Мaksim Klimenko, and Nikolay Chirik

                        ID: 25O

11:45-12:00     The study of the Residual of the Klobuchar Model in TaiWan

                        Jinghua LI, Qingtao WAN, Xiaolan WAN, Jie ZHANG, and Jiangtao FAN

                        ID: 61O

12:00-12:15      The dependence of GPS-TEC derivation on ionospheric height assumption

                        Guanyi Ma, Qingtao Wan, Xiaolan Wang, Jinghua Li, and Jiangtao Fan

                        ID: 68O

12:15-13:00     FINAL DISCUSSIONS and IRI BUSINESS MEETING          

13:30-14:30    Lunch



ID: 1P

                        Ionospheric effects of Total Solar Eclipse on 22 July, 2009 observed over crest of EIA, Bhopal

                             Rafi Ahmad, Azad Ahmad Mansoori, Pramod Kumar Purohit, and Ashok Kumar Gwal


ID: 3P

Earthquake linked signatures in the equatorial ionosphere

P. Gurram, B. Kakad, V. Yadav, D. S. Ramesh


                             ID: 4P

Study of the Equatorial Electrojet (EEJ) effects along 210° meridian magnetic, comparison results in West Africa

F. Grodji, V. Doumbia, K. Shiokawa, K. Yumot


                              ID: 5P

Study of the influences of eruptive solar events on geomagnetic field variations at low and mid latitudes.

Zillé Ange François


                              ID: 6P

Role of low latitude Es layers in the equinoctial asymmetry of ESF irregularities as studied using field line integrated conductivities

Sreeba Sreekumar, S.Sripathi


                              ID: 7P

Assessment of solar activity and Earth's magnetic field effects over ionospheric conductivity variations using IRI and SUPIM models

Blas F. de Haro Barbas, Bruno Zossi, Ana G. Elias, and Marta Zossi


                              ID: 8P

A comparison of TEC predicted by IRI-2012 with that measured at three different stations within EIA region in the Indian sector for the years 2010-2012.

Sheetal P Karia, Nilesh C Patel2, and Kamlesh N Pathak3


                             ID: 9P

The IONORING project: exploiting the Italian geodetic GPS network for ionospheric purposes

Claudio Cesaroni, Michael Pezzopane, Lucilla Alfonsi, Luca Spogli,    Vincenzo Romano, Antonio Avallone and Alessandro Settimi


ID: 10P

Characterization of hmF2 and comparison with IRI model for the last solar minima at Rome and Gibilmanna stations

Michael Pezzopane, and Luigi Perna


ID: 11P

Comparison of mid-latitude ionospheric F region peak critical frequencies, heights and topside Ne profiles from IRI2012 model prediction with ground based ionosonde and Alouette II observations

Galina Gordiyenko, Artur Yakovets


ID: 12P

Fifty eight years of Alma-Ata ionospheric observations

Galina Gordiyenko, Artur Yakovets, Yuriy Litvinov


                             ID: 13P

Correction factors for the topside IRI electron density during the recent solar minimum derived from CHAMP and GRACE observations

Chao Xiong, Dieter Bilitza, Hermann Lühr, and Yi-Wen Liu


                              ID: 14P

Achievement of a short term three dimensional electron density mapping of the ionosphere in the European sector: comparisons with the IRI model for moderate geomagnetic conditions

Marco Pietrella


                              ID: 15P

Ionospheric response to the solar eclipse of 20 march 2015: importance of autoscaled data and their assimilation for obtaining a reliable modelling of the ionosphere

Marco Pietrella, Michael Pezzopane1, Alessandro Settimi


                              ID: 17P

Variation of the total electron content and ionospheric scintillation during the magnetic storm on March 2015 observed in the Southeast Asia region

Tran Thị Lan, Le Huy Minh, R. Fleury, Y. Otsuka,   Le Truong Thanh, Nguyen Ha Thanh


                              ID: 18P

A new topside profiler based on Alouette/ISIS topside sounding

Jie Zhu, Biqiang Zhao, Weixing Wan, Baiqi Ning, Shunrong Zhang


                              ID: 19P

An ionospheric assimilation model along 120° E meridian plane

Huijun Le, Libo Liu, Zhipeng Ren, Yiding Chen, Lianhuan Hu, Weixing Wan


                              ID: 20P

Comparison of GPS-TEC with IRI TEC over Fuzhou Region in China

WAN Qingtao, MA Guanyi, LI Jinghua, WANG Xiaolan, FAN Jiangtao and ZHANG Jie


                              ID: 21P

Sporadic E layer features over two mid-latitude ionospheric stations during the 20 March 2015 solar eclipse

Michael Pezzopane, Marco Pietrella, Alessio Pignalberi, Roberta Tozzi


                              ID: 22P


Afrizal B


                              ID: 23P

Co-seismic Ionosphere Disturbances at the Equatorial Ionization Anomaly Region under Geomagnetic Quiet and Storm Conditions

T.L. Gulyaeva, F. Arikan, and I. Stanislawska


                              ID: 24P

Comparative study Ionospheric TEC variation with IRI model 2012 at Manado and Pontianak Stations over Indonesia

Dessi Marlia


                              ID: 25P

Assessment of IRI model over the Indian region using satellite measurements

Malini Aggarwal, D.K. Sharma, and Ananna Bardhan


                              ID: 26P

Using measurements of the IAR emission frequency structure to evaluate the ion composition above the ionosphere

Alexander Potapov, Tatyana Polyushkina, Alexey Oinats, Ravil Rakhmatulin, and Tero Raita


                              ID: 27P

Variability of the Terrestrial Ionosphere as observed in COSMIC data

Andréa Hughes, Jeffrey Klenzing, Russell Stoneback, and Dieter Bilitza


                              ID: 28P

The response of the total electron content over Europe to solar eclipse of March 20, 2015

Shagimuratov Irk, Cherniak Iurii, Zakharenkova Irina, Yakimova Galina, and Tepenitzina Nadezhda


                              ID: 29P

A comparison of delay gradient near Suvarnabhumi

international airport in Thailand

Acharaporn Bumrungkit, Sarawoot Rungraengwajiake, Pornchai Supnithi, Nattapong Siansawasdi, and Apithep Saekow


                             ID: 30P

Study of GPS positioning accuracy when utilizing Klobuchar model with ionospheric conditions in Thailand

Sutat Jongsintawee, Pornchai Supnithi, and Sarawoot Rungraengwajiake


                              ID: 31P

The Quantity of TEC over Chiang-Mai near the Epicenter of

Strong Earthquake in Northern Thailand

P. Wongcharoen, A. Chiablaem, P. Supnithi


ID: 32P

Variation of the ionospheric TEC using GPS measurements

in Thailand

Athiwat Chiablaem, Prasert Kenpankho, Pornchai Supnithi, and           Chaiwat Panachat


                              ID: 33P

Total Electron Content (TEC) and Rate of TEC Index (ROTI) Analyzing based on Hadoop Technology

Athipu Mongkolkachit, Prasert Kenpankho, and Pornchai Supnithi


                             ID: 34P

A Study of Ground Facility Error and Residual Ionospheric Error in GBAS Error Model near Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Thailand

Chayanan limjumroonrat, Sarawoot Rungraengwajiake, Pornchai Supnithi,

Wisanu Supanunt, Apithep Saekow, and Susumu Saito


ID: 36P

IRI model application for Over the Horizon Radar ray path determination using URSI and CCIR options
Zenón Saavedra, Mariano Fagre, Ana G. Elías, Miguel A. Cabrera, and Gerardo L. Flores Ivaldi 


ID: 37P

Evaluation of the IRI-2012 model during intense geomagnetic storms
Mariano Fagre, Zenón Saavedra, Gerardo L. Flroes Ivaldi, Ana G. Elías and Miguel A. Cabrera


                              ID: 38P

Slant total electron content modeling for low latitude and equatorial region

                             Scidá  Luis A., Ezquer Rodolfo G.,  Cabrera Miguel A., Jadur Camilo,         Sfer Ana M.

                             (oral paper ID: 6O)


                            ID: 39P

                             Morphological study on the total electron content (TEC) of ionosphere over dynamically active polar region

                            Shreedevi P.R., Raj Kumar Choudhary

                            ID: 43O


                           ID: 40P

                            Comparative study of COSMIC/FORMOSAT-3, incoherent scatter radar, ionosonde and IRI model electron density vertical profiles during the solar activity growth period

                           A.A. Shcherbakov,K.G. Ratovsky, C.H. Lin, A.V. Dmitriev, A.V. Suvorova,   S.S. Alsatkin, A.V. Oinats

                            ID: 20O


                             ID: 42P

VHF scintillation observations over a typical Indian low latitude station during half-a-solar cycle and their comparisons with S4-index measured using the COSMIC RO technique

                             D. S. V. V. D. Prasad, V. K. D. Srinivasu, P. S. Brahmanandam, and G. Uma

                             ID: 71O


                              ID: 43P

                              Global S4- index variations at F-region altitudes observed using the FORMOSAT-3/ COSMIC GPS RO technique during a solar minimum year

                              G. Uma, P. S. Brahmanandam, D. S. V. V. D. Prasad, and Y. H. Chu

                               ID: 74O


                              ID: 44P

                              Global S4- index variations at E-region altitudes observed using the FORMOSAT-3/ COSMIC GPS RO technique during a solar minimum year

                              P. S. Brahmanandam, G. Uma, D. S. V. V. D. Prasad, and Y. H. Chu

                              ID: 72O


                              ID: 46P

                             Observations of Plasmaspheric Electron Content over Addis Ababa during 2010 - 2013

                             A. O. Akala, S. P. Karia, E. W. Ojutalayo

                             ID: 5O


                             ID: 47P

                             Modeling solar flare induced lower ionospheric changes and effect on VLF propagation: A comparative study of ionization by enhanced X-ray and  Lyman- a

                             Sourav Palit, Suman Ray, and Sandip K. Chakrabarti

                             ID: 66O


                            ID: 48P                      

                            The disturbances of the ionosphere over Kaliningrad in periods of storm weather conditions

                             Ivan Karpov, Olga Borchevkina, Ruslan Dadashev, Alexander Radievski

ID: 32O


ID: 49P

Observational evidences of unusual outgoing longwave radiation (OLR) and atmos-pheric gravity waves (AGW) as precursory effects of the latest earthquakes in Nepal

                             Suman Chakraborty, Sudipta Sasmal, Soujan Ghosh, and  Sandip K. Chakrabarti

                             ID: 53O


and Dieter Bilitza