This one-day workshop is dedicated to the modelling of drivers of geomagnetic storms and solar storms as well as their impact on the geospace environment. We will have invited speakers to talk about the Space Weather Modeling Framework (SWMF) developed at U. Michigan, the NASA ICON mission, as well as recent insight on geomagnetic induced currents. Further, we will have talks on the propagation of CME and shocks throughout the heliosphere, on how to predict solar storms, and on layers in the upward and downward current regions of the aurora. Measurements from the EPT/PROBA-V instrument in geomagnetic storms will also be discussed. We finally plan some time for open discussions.
Invited speakers: Dr. Raluca Ilie (U. Illinois) and Prof. Farzad Kamalabadi (U. Illinois)
After each presentation, 5' Q&As are foreseen