DOCFM Community Presentations

2014 Fall AGU

  • POSTER: "FORWARD" SolarSoft IDL Codes, Gibson (also presented at IAUS305)

    2015 SPD (TESS)

  • POSTER: Observations of a coronal cavity and prominence with Hinode, IRIS, and AIA, Jibben and Reeves

    2015 IAU General Assembly

  • TALK: Magnetism Matters: Coronal Magnetometry Using Multiwavelength Polarimetry, Gibson et al. (also presented at 2015 IUGG)

    2015 Fall AGU

  • TALK: Towards a Data-Optimized Coronal Magnetic Field Model (DOC-FM): Synthetic Testbeds and Multiwavelength Forward Modeling, Gibson et al.
  • POSTER: Towards a Data-Optimized Coronal Magnetic Field Model (DOC-FM): Statistical Method for Diagnosing the Coronal Magnetic Field, Dalmasse et al(also SPD2016).
  • POSTER: Towards a Data-Optimized Coronal Magnetic Field Model (DOC-FM): Simulating Flux Ropes with the Flux Rope Insertion Method, Savcheva et al.

    2016 NCAR Discovery Days

  • TALK: Data-Optimized Coronal Magnetic Field Model (DOCFM), an HAO-CISL collaboration, Gibson and Nychka

    2016 SPD meeting

  • TALK: CoMP linear polarization as a probe of coronal magnetic topology, Gibson et al.
  • TALK: Hinode and IRIS Observations of a Prominence-Cavity System, Jibben et al.
  • TALK: An Airborne Infrared Spectrometer (AIR-Spec) for Solar Eclipse Observations, Samra et al.
  • POSTER: Stability study of coronal cavities and prominences, de Toma and Gibson
  • POSTER: Simulating Idealized Flux Ropes with the Flux Rope Insertion Method: A Parameter Space Exploration of Currents and Topology, Savcheva et al.
  • POSTER: MHD simulation of the initiation of the 2006 December 13 coronal mass ejection in AR 10930: the structure of the erupting flux rope, Fan

    2016 SHINE meeting

  • POSTER: Constraining coronal magnetic field models using coronal polarimetry, Dalmasse et al.

    2016 BZ team meeting

  • POSTER: Towards a Data-Optimized Coronal Field Model, Gibson et al.

    2016 Meteo Space conference (Nice)

  • POSTER: Constraining the coronal magnetic field from ground- and space-based observations, Dalmasse et al.