1 National Space Institute, Technical University of Denmark2 Solar System Physics, National Space Institute, Technical University of Denmark3 Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy4 University of Graz5 Royal Observatory of Belgium6 National Observatory of Athens7 University of Central Lancashire8 Udaipur Solar Observatory9 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center10 George Mason University11 Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy12 University of Graz13 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center14 George Mason University
the COMESEP Project
The FP7 COronal Mass Ejections and Solar Energetic Particles (COMESEP) project is developing tools for forecasting geomagnetic storms and solar energetic particle (SEP) radiation storms. By analysis of historical data, complemented by the extensive data coverage of solar cycle 23, the key ingredients that lead to magnetic storm and SEP events and the factors that are responsible for false alarms are being identified. To enhance our understanding of the 3-D kinematics and interplanetary propagation of coronal mass ejections (CMEs), the structure, propagation and evolution of CMEs are being investigated. In parallel, the sources and propagation of SEPs are being examined and modelled. COMESEP is a unique cross-collaboration effort and bridges the gap between the SEP, CME and terrestrial effects scientific communities.
A I P Conference Proceedings Series, 2012, Vol 1500, p. 159-164