International Workshop on GNSS Ionosphere (IWGI2018)
- Observations, Advances and Opportunities
November 4-6, 2018, Shanghai, China
http://202.127.29.4/geodesy/iwgi2018

Number NAME AFFILIATION COUNTRY ABSTRACT EMAIL
1   Libo Liu   Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS China Ionospheric monitoring and physics: Recent progresses in China   liul@mail.iggcas.ac.cn
2   Norbert Jakowski/M. Mainul Hoque   German Aerospace Center (DLR) Germany Fast and improved ionospheric correction by NTCM models using GNSS broadcast coefficients
The Nighttime Winter Anomaly (NWA) effect - a persistent feature of the mid-latitude ionospheres at the American and Asian longitude sectors  
Norbert.Jakowski@dlr.de
3   Volkan Akgul   Bulent Ecevit University Turkey High-order ionopsheric effects on GPS-estimated tropospheric delay gradients   akgulvo@gmail.com
4   Manuel Hernandez-Pajares   UPC-IonSAT, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya   Spain Precise ionospheric electron content monitoring from single-frequency GNSS receivers   manuel.hernandez@upc.edu>
5   Qin Peng   Shanghai University & SHAO China Ionospheric delay effects on significant wave height estimation from CYGNSS GNSS-R observations   79120615@qq.com
6   Shuanggen Jin   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China GNSS cloudy platform for digital space: Advances, applications and opportunities   sgjin@shao.ac.cn
7   Y. Tony Song   NASA JPL USA xxx   Tony.Song@jpl.nasa.gov
8   Xiaodong Qian   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China Ionospheric delay correction for mean sea level change from CYGNSS GNSS-R observations   xdqian@shao.ac.cn
9   Mainul Hoque   German Aerospace Center (DLR) Germany Estimates of higher order ionospheric effects for GNSS signals received onboard LEO satellites   Mainul.Hoque@dlr.de
10   Andres Calabia   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China Variations of thermospheric air mass density derived from GRACE accelerations and GPS POD   andres@calabia.com
11   Jiandong Liu   Shangha Astronomical Observatory, CAS China Wave distribution and activities in the upper Mars atmosphere from multi-satellite accelerometer observations   jd_liu@shao.ac.cn
12   Jens Berdermann   German Aerospace Center (DLR) Germany xxx   Jens.Berdermann@dlr.de
13   Jiuhou Lei   University of Science and Technology of China China xxx   leijh@ustc.edu.cn
14   Ke Su   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China Evaluation of ionospheric ionospheric effects on multi-GNSS PPP performances   ksu@shao.ac.cn
15   Yuichi Otsuka   Nagoya University Japan xxx   otsuka@isee.nagoya-u.ac.jp
16   Liangliang Yuan   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China Thermospheric mass density variations following the September 2017 geomagnetic storm from GRACE and SWARM precise orbits   18905648099@189.cn
17   Xin Liu   Shanghai University & SHAO China Ionospheric disturbances following the 2011 Tohoku-Oki Tsunami from GPS observations   990528837@qq.com
18   Chao Gao   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China High-order ionospheric effects on neutral atmospheric parameters estimation from FY-3C GPS Radio Occultation   349827456@qq.com
19   Zhonnan Dong   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China 3-D water vapor tomography in Wuhan from GPS, BDS and GLONASS observations   zndongcsu@163.com
20   Charles Lin   National Cheng Kung University Taiwan, China xxx   charles@mail.ncku.edu.tw
21   Ershen Wang   Shenyang Aerospace University China Satellite Selection Algorithm for Multi-constellation GNSS Positioning   wanges_2016@126.com
22   Yuhan Liu   Shanghai University & SHAO China Ionospheric disturbances following the 2018 Mw=7.9 Alaska earthquake from GPS observations   inuyasha471@qq.com
23   Dasari Prasad   Andhra University India Longitudinal variation of GPS TEC and ROTI at equatorial and low latitude IGS stations during declining phase of Solar Cycle 24(presentation)  dsvvdprasad@gmail.com
24   Dasari Prasad   Andhra University India Variation of TEC over different longitudes and latitudes of North American sector during the 21st August 2017 total solar eclipse(poster)   dsvvdprasad@gmail.com
25   Virendra Patel   Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology India Impact of ockhi cyclone on IRNSS/NavIC GNSS signal due to ionospheric and tropospheric variation   virendra369@gmail.com
26   Gopal Mondal   Jadavpur University India Ionospheric variation during El Nino and La Nina years over tropical Pacific Ocean   gopalmondal18@gmail.com
27   Feza Arikan   Hacettepe University Turkey Performance of IRI-Plas with GIM-TEC input as Compared to Ionosonde Data for Equinox Seasons   arikan@hacettepe.edu.tr
28   Solen Kumbay Yildiz   Hacettepe University Turkey Investigation of Spatio-Temporal Variability of Midlatitude Ionosphere Using GIM-TEC   solen@ee.hacettepe.edu.tr
29   K.D.Sriniuasu Vadlamurt   Andhra University India   vkdsrinivasu@gmail.com
30   Yue Deng   University of Texas at Arlington   USA Large-scale traveling ionospheric disturbances (LSTIDs) and correlation with auroral activity and ion convection pattern: Comparison between GPS-TEC data and GITM simulation   yuedeng@uta.edu
31   Haiyang Fu   Fudan University   China   fuhaiyang@gmail.com
32   Yanhong Chen   National space science center,CAS   China Ionosphere modeling, specification and application from GNSS observation  chenyh@nssc.ac.cn
33   Shun Zhang   Shangqiu Normal University   China Spatial and temporal patterns of ~27-day oscillation in ionospheric TEC   zhangshun@whu.edu.cn>
34   Wei Geng   National Space Science Center, CAS   China Generation of Ionospheric Scintillation Maps over Southern China based on Kriging Method   15201525096@163.com>
35   Yuxiang Peng   Virginia Tech Center for Space Science and Engineering Research   USA Satellite Formation Flight Simulation Using Multi-constellation GNSS and Applications to Ionospheric Remote Sensing   yuxiang7@vt.edu>
36   Randa Natras   Department of Geodesy and Geoinformation, Vienna University of Technology   Austria Local Ionosphere TEC Model for Bosnia and Herzegovina - Preliminary results   randa.natras1@gmail.com>
37   Randa Natras and Dzana Horozovic  Department of Geodesy and Geoinformation, Vienna University of Technology   Austria Latitudinal and Seasonal Dependence of Geomagnetic Storm Effects on the Ionospheric TEC and Positioning Accuracy in Europe in 2015   randa.natras1@gmail.com;
dzana.horozovic@geo.tuwien.ac.at>
38   Liming He   Department of Geodesy and Geomatics, Northeastern University   China Three-dimensional structure of ionospheric disturbance observed by dense GNSS network   heliming@mail.neu.edu.cn>
39   Zhihuai Guo   School of Geodesy and Geomatics, Wuhan University   China The Accuracy Analysis of IRI-2016 and NeQuick2 at Antarctic Area   zihuai_Guo@163.com>
40   Zhou Chen  Institute of Space Science and Technology, Nanchang University  China Improvement of Deep learning algorithm (DCGAN) for total electron content (TEC) maps  yuedeng@uta.edu
41   Wenfeng Nie   Institute of Space Sciences, Shandong University   China Revisit the calibration errors on experimental slant total electron content (TEC) determined with GPS   wenfengnie@sdu.edu.cn>
42   Qingtao Wan   National Astronomical Observatories of China, Chinese Academy of Sciences   China Analysis of GPS-TEC of the Equatorial Ionization Anomaly around 115oE longitude   qtwan@nao.cas.cn>
43   Dunyong Zheng   Hunan University of Science and Technology   China xx   zdymath@163.com>
44   Guiwen Lan and Kaiwen Feng   College of Geomatics and Geoinformation   China 3D Visualization of Urban Underground Pipelines with SuperMap and 3DS MAX   290371393@qq.com>
45   Ningbo Wang   Academy of Opto-Electronics,Chinese Academy of Sciences   China BDSMART: BDS/GNSS ionospheric Monitoring And Retrieval Terminal for ionosphere sensing   wangningbo@aoe.ac.cn>
46   Ningbo Wang and Zishen Li   Academy of Opto-Electronics,Chinese Academy of Sciences   China Benefits of IGS RTS for real time ionospheric space weather monitoring   wangningbo@aoe.ac.cn>
47   Wei Shang   SHAO,Chinese Academy of Sciences   China XX   907912215@qq.com>
48   Xiaolan Wang   National Astronomical Observatories of China, Chinese Academy of Sciences   China Comparison of global ionospheric GPS-TEC measurements with IRI-TEC   xlwang@nao.cas.cn>
49   Chendong Li   Department of Civil Engineering, the University of Nottingham   China Further Statistical Analysis of the Correlation between Scintillation Parameters and MP&ROTI   Chendong.LI@nottingham.edu.cn>
50   Chengli She   Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences   China GNSS Ionospheric Delay Estimation from an Individual Multi-GNSS Station   certainly@mail.iggcas.ac.cn>
51   Haixia Lyu   GNSS Research Center, Wuhan University;
UPC GNSS Research Center, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya; 
China/Spain xx   haixia.lyu@upc.edu>
52   Michael Jehle   u-blox AG  Switzerland XX  Michael.Jehle@u-blox.com
53   Yangyi Sun   China University of Geosciences (Wuhan)  China El Nino - Southern Oscillation signature in ionosphere observed by FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC radio occultation  sunyy@cug.edu.cn
54   Kunpeng Shi  College of Geodesy and Geomatics, Shandong University of Science and Technology  China Temporal-spatial variations of plasma electron content in high and low solar activity year  514026949@qq.com
55   Jun Chen  School of Geodesy and Geomatics, Wuhan University  China Modeling and analysis of a new ionospheric mapping function  cj_snake@whu.edu.cn
56   Hongda Miao  Xidian University  China A GPU Model of the Ionosphere Based on Sami2  1925059579@qq.com
57   Hongda Miao  Xidian University  China A GPU Model of the Ionosphere Based on Sami2  1925059579@qq.com
58   XiangXiang Yan  Hubei Subsurface Multi-scale Imaging Key Laboratory, China University of Geosciences  China Vertical structure of the earthquake-induced ionospheric perturbations based on FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC data  yanxxcug@foxmail.com
59   Yongxing Zhu  Information Engineering University  China Accuracy analysis of broadcasting ionospheric parameters for the latest BDS-3 experimental satellites  18049269002@126.com
60   Weijun Lu   National Astronomical Observatories, CAS  China A preliminary result of ionospheric TEC derivation from GPS carrier phase observations  luweijun14@mails.ucas.ac.cn
61   Guoqiang Pang   University Of Electronic Science And Technology Of China  China A new study of ionospheric delay based on dual-frequency BeiDou reference station  GuoqiangPang15@163.com
62   Conglin Zhou   Geomatic Center of Guangxi  China Analysis of the application of GNSS technology in seismic research  573014033@qq.com
63   Jinghua Li   National Astronomical Observatories, CAS  China Evaluation of the Klobuchar model in TaiWan  jhli@nao.cas.cn
64   Shuaimin Wang   Institute of Space Science, Shandong University  China Establishment of weighted mean temperature model in the polar region   wsm1949@sina.com
65   Biao Jin   Institute: Space star technology co., LTD  China SBAS Ionospheric Spatial Threat Model and the Integrity in China Area   617630427@qq.com
66   Mingzhe Li   Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS  China Characterization of the residual ionospheric errors in neutral radio occultation retrievals   limingzhe@mail.iggcas.ac.cn
67   Mingzhe Li   Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS  China Characterization of the residual ionospheric errors in neutral radio occultation retrievals   limingzhe@mail.iggcas.ac.cn
68   Hang Liu   Xi'an University of Science and Technology  China xx   673290038@qq.com
69   Xiaohua Xu   School of Geodesy and Geomatics, Wuhan University  China the Influence of the Spatial and Temporal Collocation Windows on the Comparisons of the Ionospheric Characteristic Parameters Derived from COSMIC Radio Occultation and Digisondes   xhxu@sgg.whu.edu.cn
70   Jinmei Guo   University of Electronic Science and Technology Of China  China Estimation of Carrier Phase Deviation of Geometric-free Linear Combination of Beidou Tri-Frequency Signals for Ionospheric TEC Modeling  jinmeiguo112@163.com
71   Yue Hong   University of Electronic Science and Technology Of China  China Evaluate and mitigate the effects of ionospheric interference on the accuracy and integrity of the BeiDou system  2284434734@qq.com
72   Xinying Zhong   Geomatic Center of Guangxi  China PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF BEIBU GULF OF GUANGXI BEIDOU NAVIGATION GROUND-BASED AUGMENTATION SYSTEM  351942387@qq.com
73   Yong Wang   Shandong University  China/Canada Polar cap structures and dynamics revealed by TEC keograms extracted from TEC maps   wangyong180@163.com>
74   Yong Wang   Shandong University  China Experimental evidence on the dependence of the standard GPS phase scintillation index on the ionospheric plasma drift around noon sector of the polar ionosphere   wangyong180@163.com>
75   Pornchai Supnithi   King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang  Thailand Relationship between Spread -F Events and the Rate of Total Electron Content Change Index (ROTI) in Equatorial Region at Thailand Chumphon Station, Thailand   pornchai.su@kmitl.ac.th>
76   Jiaqi Zhao and Chen Zhou   School of Electronic Information, Wuhan University  China On the Optimal Height of Ionospheric Shell for Single-Site TEC Estimation   chenzhou@whu.edu.cn;
zhaojiaqi@whu.edu.cn>
77   Dedalo Marchetti   Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia
Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, 
China/Italy Possible pre-earthquake ionospheric anomalies detected by Swarm satellites and a preliminary integration with the new CSES Zhangheng 1 satellite data  dedalo_marchetti@yahoo.it
78   Takashi MARUYAMA   National Astronomical Observatories, CAS
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology 
China/Japan Precise estimation of total electron content by double thin-shell model at equatorial and low latitudes using local receiver network  tmaru@nict.go.jp
79   Jinghua Li   National Astronomical Observatories, CAS  China Evaluation of the Klobuchar model in TaiWan  jhli@nao.cas.cn
80   Ning Wang   National Key Laboratory of Electromagnetic Environment, China Research Institute of Radio-wave Propagation China Observations of GPS ionospheric scintillation over Guangzhou in China during the 23rd solar cycle   wn_22s_cetc@163.com
81   Jinyun Guo   Shandong University of Science and Technology China xx   jinyunguo1@126.com
82   Shunrong Zhang   MIT Haystack Observatory USA The 2017 Great America Eclipse induced ionospheric bow waves   shunrong@mit.edu
83   Jianfeng Li   School of Earth Science and Environmental Engineering, Southwest Jiaotong University China Coupling Characteristics analysis for Ionospheric Storm and Geomagnetic Storm   jianfengli@my.swjtu.edu.cn
84   Guanyi Chen   Ionosphere Laboratory, School of Electronic Information, Wuhan University China A Statistical Analysis of Medium-scale Traveling Ionospheric Disturbances during 2014-2017 by using data from CORS Network in Hong Kong   chenguanyi@whu.edu.cn
85   Chao Xiong   GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences Potsdam Germany The GPS signal interruption of Swarm satellites caused by ionospheric plasma irregularities   bear@gfz-potsdam.de
86   Shunzu Gao   Electronic Information School, Wuhan University China Integrated Algorithm for TEC Measurement with GPS and BDS Receivers   gaoshz@whu.edu.cn
87   Kaixuan Zhang   University Of Electronic Science And Technology Of China  China Accurate ionospheric delay model for real time BDS base positioning of LEO satellites using horizontal VTEC gradient estimatio  shaoqiankai@foxmail.com
88   Yufei Wu   University Of Electronic Science And Technology Of China  China Ionospheric Disturbance Monitoring Based on Convolution Neural Networks  120020435@qq.com
89   zhengxie Zhang   University Of Electronic Science And Technology Of China  China Real-Time Extracting Ionospheric Delays and Establishing Regional Model by CORS  15651975330@163.com
90   Guangyuan Tan   National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences  China Error Analysis on NmF2 and HmF2 Parameter of IRI-2016 Model during Magnetically Quiet and Storm Periods  tgy8080@126.com
91   Weihua Bai   National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences  China The validation and application of ionospheric radio occultation products derived from FY3C/GNOS  bjbwh@163.com
92   Guozhu Li   Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences  China An introduction to the ionospheric observation network for irregularity and scintillation in East/Southeast Asia (IONISE)  gzlee@mail.iggcas.ac.cn
93   Jieqing Yu   School of Environment Science and Spatial Inofrmatics,China University of Mining & Technology  China Ionospheric tomography by image reconstruction based on hybrid grids  yujieqing@cumt.edu.cn
94   Wenxiang Li   Research Institute of Electronic Science and Technology, UESTC  China Review of Ionospheric TEC and NmF2 Perturbations Before Wenchuan Earthquake  LWX_UESTC@163.com
95   Shenwei Shi   Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology  China xx  t1142430226@163.com
96   Jiabing Guo   Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology  China xx  1292196066@qq.com
97   Yiduo Wen   Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology  China xx  1505006362@qq.com
98   Naifeng Fu   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS  China xx   nffu@shao.ac.cn
99   Peng Guo   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China xxx   gp@shao.ac.cn
100   Mengjie Wu   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China xxx   mjwu@shao.ac.cn
101   Sergey Pulinets   Space Research Institute, RAS Russia xxx   pulse1549@gmail.com
102   Hui Qiu   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China xxx   ws2834825886@163.com
103   Michael Schmidt   Technische Universitat Munchen (TUM) Germany xxx   mg.schmidt@tum.de
104   Zhaoyang Hong   ShanghaiTech University & SHAO China xxx   504218720@qq.com
105   Jie Chen   Xiangtan University & SHAO China xxx   422061442@qq.com
106   Andrzej Krankowski   University of Warmia & Mazury in Olszt Poland xxx   kand@uwm.edu.pl
107   Qiang Chen   Xiangtan University & SHAO China xxx   422061442@qq.com
108   Wei Shang   Shanghai University & SHAO China xxx   90791215@qq.com
109   Zengji Zheng   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China xxx   13488316276@126.com
110   Bahruz Ahadov   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China xxx   geofizik608@mail.ru
111   Shuhua Ye   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China xxx   ysh@shao.ac.cn
112   Yang Yu   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China xxx   yuyang@shao.ac.cn
113   Qinyun Zhang   Shanghai University & SHAO China xxx   915424294@qq.com
114   Oufang Luo   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China xxx   ofluo@hotmail.com
115   Xiaojuan Tian   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China xxx   xjtian@shao.ac.cn
116   Xuerui Wu   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China xxx   xrwu@shao.ac.cn
117   Mostafa S. Abd-Elbaky   Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS China xxx   mstabdelbaky@gmail.com
118   Sheng Liu   XAO/SHAO, CAS China xxx   liusheng17@mails.ucas.ac.cn
119   Hugo Carreno-Luengo   Centre Tecnologic de Telecomunicacions de Catalunya (CTTC) Spain xxx   hugo.carreno.luengo@gmail.com
120   Chun Li   Xiangtan University & SHAO China xxx   422061442@qq.com
121   Yang He   Shanghai University & SHAO China xxx   1137353689@qq.com
122   Hong Lu   Institute of High Energy Physics,CAS China xx   luh@ihep.ac.cn
123   Ming Ou   China Research Institute of Radiowave Propagation China xx   ohm1122@163.com
124   Jian Feng   China Research Institute of Radiowave Propagation China xx   fengjian428@163.com
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