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May 25, 2021

Paraview tutorial

CGS Team member, Prof. John Lyon, gives a tutorial on Paraview -- a 3D scientific visualization software.

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April 15, 2021

Space Weather Coffee Talk

The CGS team is organizing and hosting a series of "coffee-time talks" for undergraduate students who are you interested in careers in space-related STEM disciplines, want to learn about the near-Earth space environment and Space Weather.

Panelists: Dr. Alexandra Matiella Novak (JHU/APL) and Dr. Kevin Pham (NCAR/HAO); Moderator: Dr. Sarah Vines (JHU/APL)

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March 29, 2021

Space Weather Coffee Talk

The CGS team is organizing and hosting a series of "coffee-time talks" for undergraduate students who are you interested in careers in space-related STEM disciplines, want to learn about the near-Earth space environment and Space Weather.

Panelists: Prof. Amy Keesee (UNH) and Dr. Kareem Sorathia (JHU/APL); Moderator: Alexandra Matiella Novak (JHU/APL)

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March 04, 2021

Space Weather Coffee Talk

The CGS team is organizing and hosting a series of "coffee-time talks" for undergraduate students who are you interested in careers in space-related STEM disciplines, want to learn about the near-Earth space environment and Space Weather.

Panelists: Dr. Sarah Vines (JHU/APL) and Mr. Anthony Sciola (PhD candidate, Rice University); Moderator: Alexandra Matiella Novak (JHU/APL)

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November 18, 2020

3U Seminar Series: Dong Lin

As part of the CGS broadening impacts activities, CGS early career scientists participate in a three-university (3U) space science seminar series, held jointly by all of our participating universities: UNH, Virginia Tech and Rice.

This talk: "Exploring the ionosphere/thermosphere dynamics during geospace storms with the Multiscale Atmosphere-Geospace Environment (MAGE) model"
Speaker: Dong Lin, Postdoctoral Fellow, High Altitude Observatory, National Center for Atmospheric Research

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November 17, 2020

VT Guest Lectures: Prof. Frank Toffoletto

As part of CGS broadening impacts activities, our team members who are teaching faculty give guest lectures at the participating universities.

Title: ''Numerical Modeling of Space Plasma using MHD'
Guest lector: Prof. Frank Toffoleto (Rice).
Class: ECE 5174 , ' Introduction to Plasma Science', graduate
Instructor: Prof. Colin Adams

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November 03, 2020

VT Guest Lectures: Prof. Harlan Spence

As part of CGS broadening impacts activities, our team members who are teaching faculty give guest lectures at the participating universities.

Title: 'MHD Modeling and Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Interactions'
Guest lector: Prof. Harlan Spence (UNH).
Class: ECE 5164, ' Introduction to Space Science I: The Solar Wind and Magnetosphere', graduate
Instructor: Prof. Scott England
Jointly with: ECE 4154 , 'Space Weather: The Solar Wind and Magnetosphere', undergraduate

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October 07, 2020

3U Seminar Series: Shanshan Bao

As part of the CGS broadening impacts activities, CGS early career scientists participate in a three-university (3U) space science seminar series, held jointly by all of our participating universities: UNH, Virginia Tech and Rice.

This talk: "Simulating storm-time magnetospheric dynamics with the Multiscale Atmosphere-Geospace Environment model"
Speaker: Shanshan Bao, Postdoctoral Research Associate at Rice University

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September 02, 2020

3U Seminar Series: Slava Merkin

As part of the CGS broadening impacts activities, CGS early career scientists participate in a three-university (3U) space science seminar series, held jointly by all of our participating universities: UNH, Virginia Tech and Rice. This initial presentation was given by the CGS PI, Slava Merkin, to kick off the series.

This talk: "NASA DRIVE Science Center for Geospace Storms: Transforming the Understanding and Predictability of Space Weather"
Speaker: Speaker: Slava Merkin, Space Physicist at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

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