Scientific Program


Keynote Talks

Date GMT IST Title & Speaker Virtual Hall
February 21, 2022 1250 - 1350 1820 - 1920 Solar wind driving  of Earth's Magnetosphere - Ionosphere - Atmosphere system
Drew Turner, The John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, USA.
February 22, 2022 1250 - 1350 1820 - 1920 The NASA Ionospheric Connection Explorer - Highlights from the Prime Mission
Thomas J Immel, University of California Berkeley, USA.
February 23, 2022 1250 - 1350 1820 - 1920 The Physical Basis for Solar Cycle Prediction
Robert Cameron, Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Germany.
February 24, 2022 1250 - 1350 1820 - 1920 Aditya L1: India’s space observatory to study the Sun
Dipankar Banerjee, Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences, India.



Scientific Program (session wise)

Session Virtual Hall Program
Session-1: Overarching Topics in the Sun-Earth Connection vanAllen  Click Here
Session-2: PRESTO Pillar 1: Sun, Planetary Space, and Geospace Akasofu Click Here
Session-3: PRESTO Pillar 2: Space Weather and Earth's Atmosphere JCBose Click Here
Session-4: PRESTO Pillar 3: Solar Activity and its influence on climate vanAllen Click Here
Session-5: Space Weather Prediction and Implementation Akasofu Click Here
Session-6: Modelling, Database and Data Analysis Tools for Solar-Terrestrial Physics vanAllen Click Here
Session-7: New ground- and space-based initiatives for Solar-Terrestrial Physics Akasofu Click Here
Session-8: Special Session on "Geomagnetism - The connecting link between Sun and Earth" JCBose Click Here