SHINE Survey 2017
Please indicate your primary working group affiliation.
Overall rating of the 2017 SHINE Workshop.
Please rate the following meeting characteristics:
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Banquet
Web Site/ Meeting Updates/ Email Contact
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Poster Session
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Registration Process
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Agency Reports (NSF)
Free Afternoon
Please provide information to support your responses. This will help us understand what worked and what did not.
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Please rate the sessions.
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Disentangling Expansion Effects and Collisional Relaxation in the Solar Wind
Suprathermal population in interplanetary space: Current Understanding and Challenges
Understanding the Structure and Morphology of CMEs by Integrating Observations and Modeling
Magnetic Reconnection in Turbulence and Turbulent Magnetic Reconnection: Outstanding Challenges
Solar Magnetic Activity and Solar-Stellar Connections
Observational signatures of shocks in flares
Connecting Slow Solar Wind Theories to Current and Future Observations
DKIST Coronal Spectroscopy: The Missing Link in Coupling the Sun and Heliosphere
SEP Events, Suprathermal Seed Particles and 3He
What are the Energy Partition and Dominant Energy Transport Mechanisms Associated with Magnetic Reconnection for Different Heliospheric Plasmas?
The Space Physics of Star-Planet Interactions
Lessons from 10 years of STEREO results and applicability to future heliospheric missions
Dissipation in the Solar Wind: Kinetic Processes
Energetic particles in the late phase of flares: solar tracers?
Post-Impulsive Phase Energetic Particles: in flares and in space?
The time histories and topologies of heliospheric structures measured in situ
Evolution and Influence of Plasma Turbulence in the Heliosphere
Which SHINE 2017 working group session did you attend that was the most beneficial and why? (e.g. overall topic, discussion, scene setters, organization, scientific focus)?
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What new session topic(s) would you most like to see discussed next year?
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Would you be willing to organize/lead a session on one of those topics?
You can contact Georgia de Nolfo at georgia.a.denolfo@nasa.gov for more informationabout session-proposal guidelines. These guidelines will also be distributed to SHINEparticipants via email later this Fall.)
How did you find the balance between talks and discussion?
SHINE has been growing in the past with ~200 participants in 2017 and ~250 in 2016. We expect large participation in 2018 as we will be in US and, hopefully, alongside Parker Solar Probe’s launch. In your opinion, what should be done:
What is your opinion about the new arrangement on Thursday pm, with 1.25-hour slot for some sessions and an additional hour of posters.
Please rate the following hotel facilities: (1 = Poor, 3 = Satisfactory, 5 = Excellent)
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NSF SHINE is in the process of revising the NSF’s SHINE Solicitation and is seeking input on 5 focused research topics that are of highest scientific priority for the SHINE community over the next 3-5 years.Topics of relevance include but are not limited to: 1 Solar properties of coronal mass ejections (CMEs) and related phenomena, including their ultimate origin, precursors, and near-Sun evolution; 2 Interplanetary characteristics of CMEs, including their propagation through, and their interaction with, the background solar wind, including the linking of interplanetary and near-Sun phenomena; 3 Acceleration of solar energetic particles by eruptive phenomena on the Sun, such as flares and CMEs, and their subsequent transport and shock acceleration in the interplanetary medium; 4 Quasi-steady structure of the corona and interplanetary medium, as it relates to geoeffective phenomena in general (this includes understanding or characterizing the background solar wind and how it evolves, and its relationship to solar structures such as coronal holes, streamers, and filaments); and 5 Solar cycle dependence of the above phenomena. 6 Studies that seek to use multiple data sources (ground-based observations, space-basedremote sensing, and in situ measurements) and which combine theory and modeling with analysis of observations are especially encouraged. Please provide any modifications or additions to these focus topics that should be addressed by the SHINE community in the next 3-5 years :
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