MOP 2011 Presentations – Session 1: Moons

1 Delamere, Peter Satellites and interactions

2 Roussos, Elias Energetic charged particle absorption signatures in Saturn’s magnetosphere: observations and applications

3 Saur, Joachim Moon-Planet and Exoplanet’Star Couplings: Common sub-Alfvenic Interaction Mechanisms Throughout the Universe

4 Winglee, Robert Io’s Plasma Interaction with the Plasma Torus within the Jovian Magnetosphere

5 Roth, Lorenz Variations of the auroral emission from Io’s atmosphere

6 Bertucci, Cesar Titan’s Plasma Environment and Interaction

7 Johnson, Robert E. Plasma-induced Sputtering and Heating of Titan’s Atmosphere

8 Sillanpää, Ilkka Cassini Data Comparison with Hybrid Model: Role of Oxygen Ions in Titan’s Interaction

9 Crary, Frank Titan’s interaction with Saturn’s magnetosphere: Plasma flow and composition observed by Cassini

10 Wellbrock, Anne Density trends of negative ions at Titan

11 Ma, Yingjuan Multi-fluid MHD study on Ion Loss from Titan’s Atmosphere

12 Snowden , Darci 3D Multi’fluid Modeling of Ion’neutral Interactions in Titan’s Ionosphere

13 Jones, Geraint H. Dust Observations at Rhea and Enceladus using Plasma Instrumentation

14 Simon, Sven Plasma interactions of Saturn’s icy satellites: Analytical modelling of Cassini MAG data from Enceladus Dione and Rhea

15 Jia, Yingdong Perpendicular Flow Separation in a Magnetized Counterstreaming Plasma: Application to the Dust Plume of Enceladus

16 Hill, Tom Charged nanograins in the Enceladus plume

17 Kriegel, Hendrik Influence of negatively charged plume grains on the structure of Enceladus’ Alfven wings: hybrid simulations versus Cassini MAG data

18 Barabash, Stas Hybrid Simulations of the Callisto Magnetosphere Interaction

19 Seufert, Mario Callisto’s Plasma Interaction and Induced Fields from a Subsurface Ocean

20 Payan, Alexia Uncovering Local Magnetospheric Processes Governing the Variability of Ganymede’s Aurora Using 3D Multi’Fluid Simulations of Ganymede’s Magnetosphere

21 Coates, Andrew Electrons  at  Saturn’s  moons:  selected CAPS-­‐ELS  results