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Speakers

As the science program develops, confirmed speakers will be posted to the Sun-Climate Symposium website.  A complete agenda as well as abstracts will be available in mid-December, after the Nov. 15 abstract deadline.

As of September 11, 2019, the following speakers have been confirmed (listed in alphabetical order with tentative topics):

Bo Andersen, Norwegian Space Agency
VIRGO, Solar Minimi and a Tribute to Claus Fröhlich

Don Anderson, Johns Hopkins University, APL
SORCE Programmatic History from a NASA Perspective

Robert Cahalan, NASA GSFC, Retired
SORCE Science History from the NASA Perspective

Christopher Castro, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson
Southwestern Climate and the Southern Arizona Monsoon

Serena Criscuoli, Natl. Solar Observatory, Boulder, CO
Models of Solar Spectral Irradiance Variability

David Crisp, JPL / California Inst. of Technology
The Impact of the TSIS-SIM Data on the OCO-2/OCO-3 Data Analysis

 David Doelling, NASA Langley Research Center
The Importance of a Recommended Solar Spectra for the Satellite Remote Sensing Community as part of the GSICS Effort

Thierry Dudok de Wit, Univ. of Orléans, LPC2E, Orléans, France
Response of Solar Irradiance to Sunspot-Area Variations

Parminder Ghuman, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Earth Science Technology Office (ESTO) Invest

Brent Holben, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
AERONET Retrievals (NASA’s Ground-based Satellite)

Lon Hood, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson
Top-Down Solar Influences on the Madden-Julian Short-Term Climate Oscillation and its Effects on Extratropical Weather and Climate

Philip Judge, High Altitude Observatory, NCAR
Overview: Stellar Activity and the Potential Behavior of the Sun over the Next Few Decades

Pradeep Kayshap, Institute of Physics, Univ. of South Bohemia, Ceske Budjejovice, Czech Republic
Variability of Mg II Line in Quiet Sun and Coronal Hole

Judith Lean, Naval Research Laboratory, Retired
Navigating the Causes of Modern Climate Change

Bob Meier, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
GUVI / Solar Cycle Trends in the Integrated Solar EUV Energy Flux

Andrés Muñoz-Jaramillo, Southwest Research Institute (SwRI), Boulder, CO
Solar Cycle 25 Panel Predictions

Nuno Pereira, Belgium Institute for Space Aeronomy
Near Infrared Ground-based Spectrum

W. Dean Pesnell, NASA GSFC
How Good Can We Be at Predicting the Solar Cycle?

Karen Rosenlof, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory
Stratospheric Ozone Change and Its Influence on Climate

Gary Rottman, LASP/University of Colorado, Retired
SORCE Mission Highlights and Lessons “Forgotten”

Cornelius Csar Jude H. Salinas, National Central University, Taoyuan City, Taiwan
CO2 Response

Alexander Shapiro, Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Goettingen, Germany
Solar Variability over the Last Five Billion Years

Yolanda Shea, NASA Langley Research Center
CLARREO Pathfinder 

Tom Stone, USGS Astrogeology Science Center, Flagstaff, AZ
The Need for a New Solar Irradiance Reference Spectrum in Lunar Irradiance Modeling, with a focus on GSICS Needs

Valerie Trouet, Univ. of Arizona, Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research
Reduced Caribbean Hurricane Activity during the Maunder Solar Minimum 

 Lisa Upton, Space System Research Corporation (SSRC)
Reconstructing Historical Sunspot Cycles with the Advective Flux Transport Model