Space Plasma Physics
Invited Speakers

1. Qiugang Zong(Institute of Space Physics & Applied Technology, Peking University), Poloidal ULF Waves Interaction with Charged Particles in the Magnetosphere
2. Quanming Lu(University of Science and Technology of China),The role of magnetic islands in electron acceleration during magnetic reconnection
3. Chi Wang (National Space Science Center,the Chinese Academy of Sciences), Study on the interaction of the solar wind with the magnetosphere
4. Rongsheng Wang(University of Science and Technology of China), Electron acceleration in the separatrix region during collisionless magnetic reconnection
5. Xin Tao(University of Science and Technology of China), Observational and numerical studies about frequency chirping of chorus waves in space plasmas
6. Kun-Han Lee( Inst. Of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica )Generation of hydrogen, helium and oxygen cyclotron wave and harmonic by fast magnetosonic shocks
  in the magnetosphere and solar wind
7. Yusuke Ebihara(Kyoto University), Global MHD simulation study on the evolution of substorms
8. Amar Kakad(Indian Institute of Geomagnetism), Ponderomotive processes at the breaking of ion acoustic waves in plasmas
9. Jiansen He(Peking University), Challenges in Study of Solar Wind Turbulence
10. Quanqi Shi (Shandong University), Solar wind pressure sudden change and the geospace response
11. Jörg Büchner(Max-Planck-Institut für Sonnensystemforschung), Turbulence, structure formation and particle acceleration
   by collsionless guide field magnetic reconnection
12. Xing Wei(Institute of Natural Sciences of Shanghai Jiao Tong University), Precession dynamo and dynamical tides
13. Mike Mauel(Columbia University), New Results for Understanding Confined Plasma using the Laboratory Magnetosphere
14. Zhaojin Rong(Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS), The magnetic field structure of Mercury’s magnetotail
15. Masaki Nishiura(The University of Tokyo), RT-1 Magnetosphere Experiment
16. Masaki Yamada(PPPL), Fundamental Physics of Magnetic Reconnection in Laboratory and Astrophysical Plasmas
17. Charles Lin(Dept. of Earth Sciences, National Cheng Kung University), Exploring Ionospheric Plasma Structures using GNSS observations: from Monitoring
   to Forecast and from COSMIC to COSMIC-2
18. Cheng-Lin Kuo(Graduate Inst. of Space Science, National Central University), Electrical and dynamical coupling processes associated with thunderstorms
19. Bing-Chih Chen(Inst. of Space and Plasma Sciences, National Cheng Kung University), The impact of the transient luminous events (TLEs)
   and intense lightning on the lower ionosphere
20. Loren C. Chang(Graduate Inst. of Space Science, National Central University), Atmosphere – Ionosphere Coupling: Recent Progress
   in Understanding the Near-Earth Space Environment and its Influences
21. Chia-Hsien Lin(Graduate Inst. of Space Science, National Central University), Examining the Solar Cycle Variation of Coronal Holes
22. Huishan Fu(School of Space and Environment, Beihang University), Intermittent energy dissipation by turbulent reconnection
23. Lei Yang(Purple Mountain Observatory, CAS), A Model for the Walen slope of Alfvenic fluctuations in the solar wind
24. Zuyin Pu(Inst. of Space Physics & Applied Technology, Peking University), Multiple magnetic topologies in flux transfer events
   at the magnetopause: THEMIS measurements
25. Zhigang Yuan (Key Lab. Of Geospace Environment and Geodesy, Wuhan University), Recent progress in the wave-particle interaction
   in the inner magnetosphere and associated M-I coupling
26  Jinsong Zhao(Purple Mountain Observatory, CAS), Nonlinear decay of Alfven waves in the solar atmosphere and solar wind

                                Index of Invited Papers