1. Solar and particle variability
  2. Solar and particle effects on the stratosphere and above
  3. Solar and particle effects on the troposphere and climate system incl. atmosphere and ocean-atmosphere coupling
  4. Tools for assessing solar and particle influences, incl. measurements, models, and techniques

Invited speakers:

  • Hilde Nesse Tyssøy (University of Bergen), Energetic Electron Precipitation into the Middle Atmosphere - Estimating the Loss cone fluxes from the MEPED POES (Session 1).
  • Kok Leng Yeo (Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research), UV SSI variability - Why do measurements and models not agree? (Session 1).
  • Katja Matthes (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research) and
    Bernd Funke (Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía), Solar forcing for CMIP6 (Coupled Model Intercomparison Project 6) (Session 3).
  • Gabriel Chiodo (Columbia University), Reduction of climate sensitivity to solar forcing due to stratospheric ozone feedback (Session 3).
  • Rémi Thiéblemont (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research), Solar influence on North Atlantic climate (Session 3).
  • Odele Coddington (University of Colorado), Measurements of Solar Irradiance - how the future TSIS-1 mission will extend current understanding of solar irradiance variability (Session 4).
  • Drew Turner (Aerospace Corporation), The success of CubeSats for providing inexpensive yet high-quality observations of energetic electron precipitation from Earth's radiation belts (Session 4).