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December 14, 2022

Center for Geospace Storms (CGS) Outreach Event at Adler Planetarium, Chicago

During the AGU Fall Meeting 2022, several scientists gathered at the Adler Planetarium in Chicago to share new discoveries, engage public passion for the sciences, and inspire next generations of space physicists.

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October 20, 2022

Women in Space Coffee Talk

Panelists: Dr. Romina Nikoukar, JHU/APL Dr. Sarah Vines, JHU/APL Dr. Katie Garcia-Sage, NASA/CCMC

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October 19, 2022

4U Seminar Series: Dr. Scott England

As part of the CGS broadening impacts activities, CGS helps to organize a four-university (4U) space science seminar series, held jointly by all of our participating universities: UNH, Virginia Tech, Rice University, and UCLA.

This talk: "GOLD observations of Traveling Atmospheric Disturbances - what we can learn from 4 years of observations"
Speaker: Dr. Scott England, Virginia Tech

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September 29, 2022

Computers in Space Coffee Talk

Panel: Dr. Shanshan Bao, Rice University Dr. Kareem Sorathia, JHU/APL Dr. Kevin Pham, NCAR/HAO

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September 28, 2022

4U Seminar Series: Dr. Ying Zou

As part of the CGS broadening impacts activities, CGS helps to organize a four-university (4U) space science seminar series, held jointly by all of our participating universities: UNH, Virginia Tech, Rice University, and UCLA.

This talk: "Response of Upper Thermospheric Winds to Auroral and Sub-auroral Dynamics"
Speaker: Dr. Ying Zou, The University of Alabama in Huntsville

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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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