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International Teams

Teams are composed of about 8-15 scientists of different laboratories, nationalities and expertise. They hold a series of two to three one-week meetings over a period of 12 to 18 months.

These small groups of scientists involved in Space Research can work together in an efficient and flexible format of several subsequent meetings, during which data are analyzed and compared with theories and models.

The aim of Teams is to carry out a research project leading to publications in scientific journals. The activity is directed and organized by a team leader who is also the initiator of the proposal to ISSI. Though in close contact with the scientific staff of the Institute, teams are largely autonomous in the execution of their project. Teams are set up in response to the joint Annual Call of ISSI/ISSI-BJ. Proposals are evaluated and prioritized by the Science Committee.

International Teams selected in 2017

ID

Team Leader

Science Objective

19

Chaffin M. (US)

 

Hydrogen Escape across the Solar System and Beyond

(ISSI-BJ & ISSI Team)

 

20

Heger A. (AU)

Lugaro M. (HU)

 

Radioactive Nuclei in the Cosmos and in the Solar System

21

Jofre P. (UK)

Worley C. (UK)

 

Stellar libraries of 2020

22

Olshevsky V. (BE)

Valentini F. (IT)

 

Magnetic topology effects on energy dissipation in turbulent plasma

(ISSI-BJ & ISSI Team)

 

23

Zimovets I. (RU/CN)

Ning Z. (CN)

 

Pulsations in solar flares: matching observations and models

24

Garcia R. (FR)

Zhu P. (CN)

 

An international reference for seismological data sets and internal structure models of the Moon

(ISSI-BJ & ISSI Team)

25

Zhang H. (US)

Zong Q. (CN)

 

Dayside Transient Phenomena and Their Impact on the Magnetosphere-Ionosphere

International Teams selected in 2016

ID

Team Leader

Science Objective

12

Belloni T. (IT)

Dipankar B. (IN)

 

Understanding multi-wavelength rapid variability: accretion and jet ejection in compact objects

13

Zhang S. (US)

Climate Change in the Upper Atmosphere

(ISSI-BJ & ISSI Team)

 

14

Mowlavi N. (CH)

Understanding the fate of binary systems in the Gaia era

(ISSI-BJ & ISSI Team)

 

15

Zhang Q.H. (CN)

Multiple-instrument observations and simulations of the dynamical processes associated with polar cap patches/aurora and their associated scintillations

 

16

Orsolini Y. (NO)

Balsamo G. (UK)

 

Snow reanalyses over the Himalaya-Tibetan Plateau region and the monsoons

17

Tian H. (CN)

Diagnosing heating mechanisms in solar flares through spectroscopic observations of flare ribbons

(ISSI-BJ & ISSI Team)

 

18

Savin S. (RU)

Wang C. (CN)

 

Outer Magnetospheric Resonances: The Role in Ionosphere-Magnetosphere Coupling

International Teams selected in 2015

ID

Team Leader

Science Objective

7

Brasseur G. (DE)

Bouarar I. (DE)

 

Analysis of Persistent Regional Air Pollution in Asia

(ISSI-BJ & ISSI Team)

 

8

Miyoshi Y. (JP)

Hosokawa K. (JP)

 

Pulsating aurora as a manifestation of non-linear wave particle

9

Nakariakov V. (UK)

van Doorsselaere T. (BE)

 

Magnetohydrodynamic Seismology of the Solar Corona in the Era of SDO/AIA

10

Ouzounov D. (US)

Zhang X. (CN)

 

Validation of Lithosphere-Atmosphere-Ionosphere-Magnetosphere Coupling (LAIMC)

11

Tian F. (CN)

Astrobiology in the New Age

(ISSI-BJ & ISSI Team)

 

International Teams selected in 2014

ID

Team Leader

Science Objective

1

Cheng K. S. (CN)

Dogiel V. (RU)

 

New Approach to Active Processes in Central Regions of Galaxies

2

Chen C. (UK)

He J. (CN)

 

Anisotropy and Intermittency in Solar Wind Turbulence 

(ISSI-BJ & ISSI Team)

 

3

Corpetti T. (FR)

Remote Sensing Image Data Assimilation for Pollution Monitoring: Application to Urban and Ocean Pollution

 

4

Dunlop M. (UK)

Small Scale Structure and Transport During Magnetopause Magnetic Reconnection: from Cluster to MMS

(ISSI-BJ & ISSI Team)

 

5

Kretschmar P. (ES)

Coronae in the X-ray Flashlight

 

6

Mueller-Wodarg I. (UK)

Aeronomy of Terrestrial-sized Bodies

(ISSI-BJ & ISSI Team)

 


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