Mini-ISWAT Virtual Meeting Series:

1st ISWAT Coronal Hole Boundary Working Team Meeting

30 June 2021, 9am - 2pm (EDT)

Organizers: Martin A. Reiss (martin.reiss@oeaw.ac.at), Karin Muglach (karin.muglach@nasa.gov)


The Coronal Hole Boundary Working Team embedded in the COSPAR ISWAT initiative is announcing a virtual meeting on coronal hole research. The meeting aims to present the progress in the working team, highlight the broad spectrum of today's coronal hole research, and tie the community together. 

The virtual meeting is planned from 9 am to 2 pm (EDT) on June 30th, 2021. It will include a progress update of the working team, invited and contributed presentations, and will provide ample time to discuss future perspectives. The presentations address key scientific topics listed as follows: 

  • Detection and analysis of coronal hole boundaries.
  • Coronal holes and their associated ambient solar wind flows and fields. 
  • The evolution of coronal hole boundaries over the solar cycle.
  • Observational challenges in locating coronal hole boundaries.
  • The role played by coronal holes in ambient solar wind prediction.
  • Innovative data science perspectives and approaches related to all the topics listed above.

Registration

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Program

BLOCK 1, 9:00am - 10:30am (EDT)

Speaker

Title

Time

Martin Reiss (chair)

Meeting Organizer Introduction

9:00

Karin Muglach (chair)

Progress Update of the ISWAT Coronal Hole Boundary Working Team 

9:05

Cooper Downs

CHMAP: Coronal Hole Mapping and Analysis Pipeline

9:20

Robert Jarolim

CHRONNOS: Multi-channel Coronal Hole Detection with Convolutional Neural Networks

9:32

Shibaji Chakraborty

Detection of Coronal Hole Boundaries in SDO/AIA Images using Machine Vision

9:44

Jiwon Chung

DNN-based Coronal Hole Detection through Segmentation

9:56

C. Nick Arge

Solar Indices and Irradiance Working Group

10:08

 

Community Q&A

time remaining 

 

BLOCK 2, 10:45am - 12:00pm (EDT)

Speaker

Title

Time

Larisza Krista

The Evolution of Solar Coronal Holes Over Two Solar Cycles

10:45

Chris Lowder

Coronal Hole Observer and Regional Tracker for Long-term Examination

10:57

Stephan Heinemann

Magnetic Evolution of Coronal Holes

11:09

Jon Linker

Coronal Hole Detection and Open Magnetic Flux

11:21

Emily Mason

The Other Side of the Coin: Correlating Border Structures with Coronal Hole Boundary Characteristics

11:33

 

Community Q&A

time remaining

 

BLOCK 3, 12:30pm - 2:00pm (EDT)

Speaker

Title

Time

Michael Kirk

Comparing Polar Coronal Holes Across Missions

12:30

Stefan Hofmeister

Revised SDO/AIA Point Spread Functions to Correct for Long-Distance Scattered Light

12:42

Jeremy Grajeda & Andrew Leisner

CHMAP: Identifying Coronal Holes in Solar Observations and Comparing Them to Coronal Model Predictions

12:54

Yang Zhou

Deep Learning models in confronting ADAPT and satellite observations 

1:18

Martin Reiss

Work Approach and Future Perspectives of the ISWAT Coronal Hole Boundary Working Team

1:30

 

Community Q&A, Discussion, and Wrap-Up

time remaining