PROGRAM

Download the program ····· icon PDF (193KB)

26 SEP (TUE)

Cooperative-Event (Data-Analysis Workshop on Solar-terrestrial Environment)
Venue: Science Seminar House, Kyoto University, Building No. 9 in North Campus map MAP

10:00-10:30 Registration of Cooperative Event
10:30-10:40 Scope of the Data-Analysis Workshop on Solar-terrestrial Environment T. Watanabe
WDS International Programme Office
10:40-11:00 Summary report of the space weather environment in recent half year S. Abe
International Center for Space Weather Science and Education, Kyushu University
11:00-11:15 Summary report of solar radio observations during recent half year Y. Kubo
Space Environment Laboratory, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
11:15-11:30 Report of cosmic-ray neutron monitor observations since March 2017 T. Watanabe
WDC for Cosmic Rays, ISEE, Nagoya University
11:30-11:45 Review of Geomagnetic Events at KAKIOKA from February to August, 2017 T. Shimamura1* and T. Ohkawa1
1Kakioka Magnetic Observatory, Japan Meteorological Agency
11:45-12:00 Report on Equatorial magnetic field variations based on EE-index from March to August 2017 A. Fujimoto1*, S. Abe1, T. Uozumi1, H. Matsushita1, A. Yoshikawa1
1International Center for Space Weather Science and Education, Kyushu University
12:00-12:15 Ionospheric observations in April - September 2017 T. Tsugawa1*, M. Nishioka1, H. Kato1, M. Ishii1
1Space Environment Laboratory, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
12:15-12:30 SuperDARN radar observations in March – September 2017 N. Nishitani
Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research, Nagoya Univ.
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:00 Discussions
14:00-14:20 S-1 (memorial): Utilization of a Suite of Ground-based and space based data with the aid of magnetohydrodynamic simulation to understand solar eruptive events and initiation of coronal mass ejections (CME) S. T. Wu1[1931-2017] (Presented by C.-C. Wu2*)
1Center For Space Plasma and Aeronomic Research and Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, The University of Alabama in Huntsville, 2Naval Research Laboratory
14:20-14:40 S-2: On some statistical characteristics of large energy coronal mass ejections during solar cycle 23 and 24 shant Mittal
Dept. of Physics, KVFOS, Swami Vivekanand Subharti University Meerut, India
14:40-15:00 S-3: Relationship of EIT waves phenomena with coronal mass ejections based on EIT and LASCO data V. Verma
Uttrakhand Space Application Center, Dehradun, India
15:00-15:20 S-4: Real time GPS data in Indonesia for space weather monitoring Buldan Muslim1* and Joni Efendi2
1Space Science Center, National Institute of Aeronautics and Space, LAPAN, 2Geospatial Information Agency, Indonesia
15:20-15:50 Break, Poster Viewing
15:50-16:10 S-5: Importance of geomagnetic data and the role of WDC-Mumbai in solar terrestrial research (invited) B. Veenadohari
Indian Institute of Geomagnetism
16:10-16:30 S-6: The data and metadata management in Australian Bureau of Meteorology, Space Weather Services (invited) K. Wang
Space Weather Services, Bureau of Meteorology, Australia
16:30-16:50 S-7: A comparison between the geoeffectiveness of north-south and south-north magnetic clouds, and an associated prediction C.-C. Wu1*, R. P. Lepping2, D. B. Berdichevsky3, and K. Liou4
1Naval Research Laboratory, 2Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA, 3College Park, Maryland, 4Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University
16:50-17:10 S-8: Time varying heliospheric size due to variations in solar activity H. Washimi1,2*, T. Tanaka1 and G. P. Zank2,3
1International Center for Space Weather Science and Education, Kyushu University, 2Center for Space Plasma and Aeronomic Research, and 3Department of Space Science, University of Alabama in Huntsville
17:10-17:30 S-9: The days when aurorae were seen in Japan: Tracing back Japanese historical documents beyond the Carrington event H. Hayakawa
Osaka University

27 SEP (WED)

WDS Asia-Oceania Conference 2017 #1
Venue: Maskawa Building for Education Research, Kyoto University, Building No. 10 in North Campus map MAP

10:00-10:30 Registration
10:30-10:50 Opening Address SOC
10:50-11:00 W-1: Welcome address from National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) F. Tomita
Vice President, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
11:00-11:10 W-2: Welcome and note on ICSU ROAP Activities L. J. Cruz
Chair, ICSU Regional Committee for Asia and the Pacific
Keynote Talks
11:10-11:30 K-1: ICSU-WDS, trustworthy data services for science M. Mokrane
Executive Director, ICSU WDS International Programme Office
11:30-11:50 K-2: Future Earth and WDS - collaboration at international and national levels F. Kasuga
Director, Future Earth Global Hub in Tokyo
11:50-12:10 K-3: The role of Regional Centre for Future Earth in Asia H. Mallee
Director, Regional Centre for Future Earth in Asia, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature
12:10-12:30 K-4: Scope and goal of the WDS Asia-Oceania Conference, 2017 T Watanabe1*, T Iyemori2 and G Li3
1WDS International Programme Office, 2WDC for Geomagnetism, Kyoto, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, 3Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, CAS
12:30-13:40 Lunch (1st Group Photo), Poster posting
Session 1. International Collaborations on Data
Chair: K.-T. Shao (Academia Sinica Center for Digital Culture)
13:40-14:00 1-1: GEO implementation of data sharing and data management Principles Wenbo Chu
GEO Secretariat
14:00-14:20 1-2: Introduction to China GEOSS data sharing platform Jian Wang
Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, CAS
14:20-14:40 1-3: Data Integration and Analysis System (DIAS): recent activities toward Open Science A. Kitamoto
National Institute of Informatics
14:40-15:00 1-4: World Data Center for Microorganisms: The global cooperation on microbial big data Juncai Ma
World Data Center for Microorganisms, CAS
15:00-15:20 1-5: AOSWA, Asia-Oceania Space Weather Alliance M. Ishii
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
15:20-15:40 1-6: Construction of Chinese Space Science Data Center (CSSDC) and international cooperation in recent years Yuan, Yaqin1* and Zou, Ziming2
1Remote Sensing Applications and Technologies, 2Chinese Space Science Data Center, CAS
15:40-16:00 2-7: WDS China Common Clearing House Prototype and its application in Renewable Resource and Environment Data Center Juanle Wang
Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, CAS
16:00-18:00 Poster Session
18:30-20:00 Welcome reception (Opening address: Prof. M. Kitano, Vice President of Kyoto University) Venue: Science Seminar House, Kyoto University, Building No. 9 in North Campus map MAP

28 SEP (THU)

WDS Asia-Oceania Conference 2017 #2
Venue: Maskawa Building for Education Research, Kyoto University, Building No. 10 in North Campus map MAP

09:00-09:30 Registration
Session 2. Data Activities related to Future Earth
Chairs: K. Yamada-Kawai (Future Earth Global Hub in Tokyo) and Wenbo Chu (Group on Earth Observations)
09:30-09:50 2-1: Development plan of the Future Earth data services/system K. Yamada-Kawai1*, H. Mohri1, C. Downy1, K. Fukushi1, E. Brondizo1, and M. Hernandez1
1Future Earth Global Hub in Tokyo
09:50-10:10 2-2: Frameworks, standards, and trust: Supporting disaster risk - DBAR Working Group approach Wim Hugo
South African Environmental Observation Network
10:10-10:30 2-3: Technological contributions to “last mile” Disaster Reduction and Risk Management (DRRM) efforts of the Philippines J. S. Marciano1, and A. M. F. Lagmay2*
1Advanced Science and Technology Institute, 2University of the Philippines
10:30-10:50 2-4: Ecological topics of the SIMSEA’s activities in Future Earth N. Miyazaki
University of Tokyo & Marine Science Foundation
10:50-11:10 Break, Poster viewing
11:10-11:30 2-5: Data for Monitoring Carbon Cycle Change in the Asia-Pacific using an integrated observation, Modelling and Analysis System N. Saigusa
National Institute for Environmental Studies
11:30-11:50 2-6: Using health information system to assess public health impacts of disasters: a retrospective study of Pakistan earthquake 2015 Junaid Ahmad1* and Mokbul Morshed Ahmad2
1Disaster Preparedness Mitigation & Management, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand, 2Regional and Rural Development Planning; School of Environment, Resources and Development
11:50-12:10 2-8: Importance of high-quality data for developing tsunami risk assessment tools: A comparison of data from Japan and ASEAN countries A. Suppasri1*, T. Ornthammarath2, and F. Imamura1
1International Research Institute of Disaster Science, Tohoku University, 2Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University
12:10-12:30 2-9: Challenges for Implementing Open Science Policy in Japan including Future Earth K. Hayashi
National Institute of Science and Technology Policy
12:30-14:00 Lunch, Poster viewing
Session 3. Capacity Building on Data
Chair: A. Fujimoto (International Center for Space Weather Science and Education, Kyushu University)
14:00-14:20 3-1: IUGONET activities for data sharing of upper atmospheric data and capacity building Y. Tanaka1*, N. Umemura2, A. Shinbori2, S. Abe3, M. Nosé4, and S. Ueno5
1National Institute of Polar Research, 2Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research, Nagoya Univ., 3International Center for Space Weather Science and Education, Kyushu Univ., 4World Data Analysis Center for Geomagnetism and Space Magnetism, Kyoto Univ., 5Kwazan and Hida Observatories, Kyoto Univ.
14:20-14:40 3-2: The data-oriented activity at Thai Space Weather Information Center Prasert Kenpankho
King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang
14:40-15:00 3-3: VLF monitoring system for characterizing the lower layer ionospheric region M. H. Jusoh*1, A. Taat1, and N. A. Zakaria1
1Universiti Teknologi MARA
15:00-15:20 3-4: APHRODITE-2 Activities: for better presentation of extreme rain-fall events A. Yatagai1, N. Yasutomi2*, S. Tanaka2, K. Tanaka2, A. Higuchi3, and K. Toyoshima3
1Dept. of Science and Engineering, Hirosaki Univ., 2Disastar Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto Univ., 3Center for Environmental Remote Sensing, Chiba Univ.
15:20-15:40 Break, Poser Viewing
15:40-16:20 Thematic group discussions on data (Future Earth, Space Weather, Open Data)
16:20-16:40 Reports of thematic discussion groups Group leaders
16:40-17:10 SL-1: X-rays from a Kyoto Millennium Supernova Remnant (SNR) Katsuji Koyama
Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University
17:10-18:00 Cultural attraction, Poster viewing
18:20-20:30 Conference Party (Venue: Café-Restaurant "Camphora", Kyoto University, Building No. 2 in Main Campus map) MAP

29 SEP (FRI)

WDS Asia-Oceania Conference 2017 #3
Venue: Maskawa Building for Education Research, Kyoto University, Building No. 10 in North Campus map MAP

09:00-09:30 Registration
Session 4. Open Data and Open Science
Chairs: T. Iyemori (WDC for Geomagnetism, Kyoto, Kyoto University) and Juncai Ma (World Data Center for Microorganisms)
09:30-09:50 4-1: Open data in Japan Y. Murayama
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
09:50-10:10 4-2: Open data and open science in S. Korea: researcher's perspective Eunjung Shin
Science and Technology Policy Institute
10:10-10:30 4-3: Research data infrastructure in Chines Academy of Science Lianglin Hu*1, Jianhui Li1
1Department of Big Data Technology and Application Development, Computer Network Information Center, CAS
10:30-10:50 4-4: Exploring further than open science: participatory and transdisciplinary aspects of open science Yasuhisa Kondo
Research Institute for Humanity and Nature
10:50-11:00 Break, Poster viewing
11:00-11:20 4-5: Science advocacy in disaster risk reduction: implication of data issue R. Shaw
Keio University
11:20-11:40 4-6: Towards Open Science in environmental research T. Shirai1*, M. Owashi2, Y. Fukuda1, J. Zeng1, and N. Saigusa1
1Center for Global Environmental Research, National Institute for Environmental Studies, 2Environmental Information Department, National Institute for Environmental Studies
11:40-12:00 4-7: The Framework of OAIS and its application assumption in World Data Center for Renewable Resources and Environment (WDS-RRE) Mingming Wang1,2* and Juanle Wang2
1State Key Laboratory of Resources and Environment Information System, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, CAS, 2School of Civil and Architectural Engineering, Shandong University of Technology
12:00-12:20 4-8: Vocabulary broker for cross-domain search and mashup of data and information within an AI-based knowledge network B. Ritschel
12:20-13:10 Lunch, Poster Removal
13:10-13:40 4-9: The role of collaboration in providing Research Data Management (RDM) support and services (Invited) Heidi J. Imker
University Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
13:40-14:00 4-10: Open Data and Open Science at Kyoto University Shoji Kajita
Academic Center for Computing and Multimedia Studies, Kyoto University
14:00-14:20 4-11: Research data management services in library in academic libraries perceptions K. B. Agadi
School of Library and Information Sciences,  Central University of Gujarat, India
14:20-14:30 Break
Session 5. Accreditation and Certification of Data Repositories
Chair: M. Mokrane (WDS International Programme Office)
14:30-14:50 5-1: The CoreTrustSeal: data repository certification I. G. Dillo
DANS: Data Archiving and Networked Services
14:50-15:10 5-2: WDS membership accreditation R. Edmunds
ICSU-WDS International Programme Office
15:10-15:30 Q&A, Discussion WDS Scientific Organizing Committee
Session 6. Future Plan
15:30-16:00 Plan of future collaboration, Discussion SOC
16:00-16:10 Closing remarks SOC+LOC

Poster Session

Poster session is held on 27 September (16:00-18:00).

P-1 WDS National Committee of Japan T. Watanabe1* T. Iyemori2 I. Kojima3 and Y. Murayama4
1ICSU WDS International Programme Office, 2WDC for Geomagnetism, Kyoto, Kyoto University, 3National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, 4National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
P-2 WDS China Data Centers Introduction Juanle Wang1* and Guoqing Li2
1State Key Laboratory of Resources and Environment Information System, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, CAS, 2Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, CAS
P-3 Data citation for Antarctic sciences in Japan M. Kanao1* and A. Kadokura1
1Polar Environment Data Science Center, Joint Support-Center for Data Science Research, Research Organization of Information and Systems
P-4 Polar Data Journal by National Institute of Polar Research A. Kadokura1,2*, Y. Minamiyama2, M. Kanao1,2, T. Terui2, H. Yabuki1,2 and K. Yamaji3
1Polar Environment Data Science Center, Joint Support-Center for Data Science Research, Research Organization of Information and Systems, 2National Institute of Polar Research, 3National Institute of Informatics
P-5 Situation and progress of Chinese National Arctic and Antarctic Data Center Lizong Wu
Polar Research Institute of China Chinese National Arctic and Antarctic Data Center
P-6 Pollen sources and some aspects in the ecology of Apis andreniformis Smith from Select Barangays in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan J. L. Estrada1*, A. M. Fajardo1 and N. G. Sabino2
1Environmental Biology Division, Institute of Biology, University of the Philippines Los Baños, College, 2Microbiology Division, Institute of Biology, University of the Philippines Los Baños, College
P-7 A new branch of Chinese Space Science Data Center (CSSDC) -- Scientific data mining for space science Y.-L. Li1*, S.-Y. Li2 and Z.-M. Zou1
1Laboratory of Data and Network, National Space Science Center, CAS, 2Department of Astronomy, Beijing Normal University
P-8 The Outlook of Big Data Application in Agriculture in China W. Wang1* and L. Guo1
1Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, CAS
P-9 Informational website for observation networks of greenhouse gases and related materials in the Asia-Pacific region Y. Fukuda1*, T. Shirai1 and N. Saigusa1
1Center for Global Environmental Research, National Institute for Environmental Studies
P-10 Database of JaLTER (Long-Term Ecological Research network): Functions and efforts for the open data N. Ohte1*, H. Shibata2 and N. Saigusa3
1Department of Social Informatics, Kyoto University, 2Field Science Center for Northern Biosphere, Hokkaido University, 3Center for Global Environ. Research, National Institute for Environmental Studies
P-11 Procedure-Policies-Standards of GCdataPR for Data Publishing-Repository-Sharing Chuang Liu
(Institute of Geographcial Resources and Natural Resources Research, CAS
P-12 Reproducible and shareable data visualization method K. Imai1*, Y. Murayama1, K. Ebisawa2, D. Ikeda3, and D. Seguchi3
1National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, 3Graduate School of Information Sci
P-13 Current status and perspective of digital archives of Taiwan fishes Kwang-Tsao Shao1*, Shih-Pin Huang2, Hsin-Hua Lin1, Hang Lee1, and Pai-Lei Lin2
1Academia Sinica Center for Digital Culture
P-14 Research of fusion data of multi-satellite precipitation for data assimilation based on WRF model X. Pan1*, J. Re1, and X. Li1
1Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing of Gansu Province, Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute, CAS
P-15 Thirteen years daily and annual mean land surface temperature and frost number index dataset over third pole based on MODIS instantaneous LST products Youhua Ran1* and Xin Li2
1Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute, CAS, 2CAS Center for Excellence in Tibetan Plateau Earth Sciences
P-16 Atmospheric Radar Observation Database at Research Institute of RISH, Kyoto University H. Hashiguchi1*, M. Shiotani1, M. Yamamoto1, A. Shinbori2 and T. Tsuda1
1Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto Univ., 2Institute for Space–Earth Environmental Research, Nagoya Univ.
P-17 Ionospheric Total electron content Variability over Low, Mid and High Latitudes P. K. Purohit1* and Roshni Atulkar1
1National Institute of Technical Teachers' Training and Research
P-18 Ionospheric Response of Southern Hemisphere to Severe Geomagnetic Storms during Solar Cycle 23 Seema C. S.1* and Prince. P. R1
1Dept of Physics, University College, India
P-19 The global characteristic of a magnetic crochet and some statistic results Xing Zan-Yang1* , Ley Zhu1, Zhang Qing-He1, Han De- Sheng2, Chen Yao1
1School of Space Science and Physics, Shandong University,2SOA Key Laboratory for Polar Science, Polar Research Institute of China
P-20 Analysis and design of geographical environment database of natural-focus diseases Li Ge1,2*, and Wang Juanle1,3
1Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, CAS,2Shandong diseases University of Technology, 3Jiangsu Center for Collaborative Innovation in Geographical Information Resource Development and Application
P-21 Data management progress at WDC for Geophysics, Beijing Xiukuan Zhao1,2*, Baiqi Ning1,2, Lianhuan Hu1,2 and Haiyong Xie1,2
1Key Laboratory of Earth and Planetary Physics, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS, 2Beijing National Observatory of Space Environment, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS
P-22 Activity of the World Data Center for Geomagnetism, Kyoto T. Iyemori1*, H. Toh1, M. Takeda1, M. Nose1, Y. Odagi1 and N. Takeuchi1
1World Data Center for Geomagnetism, Kyoto, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University
P-23 Long term archive system for university- wide research data preservation Takaaki Aoki
Institute for Information Management and Communication, Kyoto University
P-24 Management of marine-earth science data and samples in JAMSTEC S. Tsuboi
Center for Earth Information Science and Technology, JAMSTEC
P-25 ICSWSE/MAGDAS data activity A. Fujimoto1* , S. Abe1, T. Uozumi1, and A. Yoshikawa1
1International Center for Space Weather Science and Education, Kyushu University
P-26 FITSWebQL: a preview system for radio - astronomy FITS Cube files C. Zapart1*, Y. Shirasaki2, M. Ohishi2, Y. Mizumoto2, W. Kawasaki2, G. Kosugi2, and S. Eguchi3
1Astronomy Data Center, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, 2National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, 3Fukuoka University
P-27 Dagik Earth: an education and public outreach activity using open data set of Earth and planetary sciences A. Saito1*, Y. Odagi1, and T. Tsugawa2
1Department of Geophysics, Kyoto University, 2National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
P-28 IOC strategic plan for oceanographic data and information management (2017-2021) and IODE N. Baba1*, Y. Michida2, and P. Pissierssens3
1Japan Oceanographic Data Center, 2Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, the University of Tokyo, 3UNESCO/IOC Project Office for IODE
E-1 Exhibition of Interuniversity Upper Atmosphere Global Observation NETwork (IUGONET)