NEROC Second Annual Radio Science Symposium (2017)

Wednesday, November 8, 2017
MIT Haystack Observatory, Westford, MA


Supriya Chakrabarti, University of Massachusetts–Lowell, An Introduction to Lowell Center of Space Science and Technology

Patricia Doherty, Boston College, Introduction to the Institute of Scientific Research at Boston College

Roger Brissenden, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Introduction to the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

Joshua Semeter, Boston University, Boston University Center for Space Physics

Allan Weatherwax, Merrimack College, Merrimack College and Experiential Education Opportunities

Michael Johnson, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Imaging the Structure and Dynamics near the Event Horizon of a Black Hole

Kazu Akiyama, NRAO/MIT Haystack Observatory, Sparse Modeling for Radio Interferometry

Tom Bania, Boston University, The Cosmic Abundance of 3He: Green Bank Telescope Observations

Garret “Karto” Keating, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Charting the Molecular Gas of the Universe Across Cosmic Time

Elisabeth Mills, Boston University, Apples to Apples: Comparing Galaxy Cores

Jens Kauffmann, MIT Haystack Observatory, Toward a Science and Operations Plan for the Haystack 37m Telescope

Harlan E. Spence, University of New Hampshire, Quantifying Energy-Time Dispersion Properties of Relativistic Electron Microbursts: Coordinated Studies Using FIREBIRD, Van Allen Probes, and Other Assets

Jichun Zhang and Anthony Saikin, University of New Hampshire, EMIC Waves in the Geospace

Chia-Lin Huang, University of New Hampshire, How the Total Radiation Belt Electron Content Depends on Space, Time and Energy

Bruce Fritz, University of New Hampshire, Ion Upflow Associated with Pulsating Aurora

Joshua Semeter, Boston University, Auroral Plasma Dynamics Revealed through Radio-Optical Sensor Fusion

Earle Williams, MIT, Global Lightning Activity in Absolute Units from Multi-station Schumann Resonance Observation

Cody Rude, MIT Haystack Observatory, Data Science with Scikit Data Access and Scikit Discovery

Paul Song, University of Massachusetts–Lowell, Radio Technologies for Planetary Explorations

Paul Withers, Boston University, Radio Occultation Observations of the Ionosphere of Mars

Larisa Goncharenko, MIT Haystack Observatory, Brief Introduction to Mini Eclipse Talk Session

Sebastijan Mrak, Boston University, Traveling Ionospheric Disturbances Generated by the Great American Eclipse

Rezy Pradipta, Boston College, Ionospheric Density Irregularities, Turbulence, and WaveDisturbances During the 21 August 2017 Total Solar Eclipse

Philip Erickson, MIT Haystack Observatory, 2017 Solar Eclipse Studies of Atmospheric and Ionospheric Response


Saurav Aryal, University of Massachusetts–Lowell, Auroral Electron Energy and Energy Flux Derivation Using Multi-spectral Imaging

Pedro Elosegui, MIT Haystack Observatory, et al., Geodesy of Arctic and Antarctic Ocean-Cryosphere-Atmosphere Interactions: on Icebergs, Glaciers, Sea Ice, and Ice Shelves

Larisa Goncharenko, MIT Haystack Observatory, The Solar Eclipse of August 21, 2017: View from the Haystack Observatory

Michael Janssen, MIT Haystack Observatory/Radboud Univ. Nijmegen, Calibrating VLBI Data in CASA

Dev Joshi, Boston College, High Frequency Propagation Results: Metal Oxide Space Cloud (MOSC) Experiment

Sovit Khadka, Boston College, The Interconnectedness of Ionospheric Phenomena in the Low Latitudes: A Forecasting Sequence for Space Weather

Shuo Kong, Yale University, The CARMA Orion Survey

Gopal Narayanan, University of Massachusetts–Amherst, Millimeter-wave Heterodyne Instrument Development at UMass for the Large Millimeter Telescope

Jonathan Brent Parham, Boston University, ANDESITE: Resolving the Aurora with a Small Satellite Swarm

Chester Ruszczyk, MIT Haystack Observatory, et al., Rolling Out the Next-Generation VLBI Geodetic Systems

John Swoboda, MIT Haystack Observatory, Digital RF: A Software Package to Implement Effective RF Data Strategies Using Software-Defined Radio Architectures

Evan Thomas, Dartmouth College, Statistical Patterns of Ionospheric Convection Derived from Mid-Latitude, High-Latitude, and Polar SuperDARN HF Radar Observations

Julia N. Tilles, Ningyu Liu, Joe Dwyer, Frank D. Lind, Tom Brown, Will Rogers, and the RAPID Team; UNH and MIT Haystack Observatory, RAPID for Interferometry of Lightning

Hui Wang, UNH/Wuhan University, Subauroral Polarization Streams Effect on Thermospheric Disturbance Winds at Middle Latitudes: Universal Time Effect