Program

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Thursday, 29 September 2022

14:00-...
Arrival of participants
18:00-19:30
Dinner
20:00-20:15
Opening of the conference by the International Meteor Organization Vice-President and the Local Organizing Committee
20:15-20:45
SESSION 0 - Kick-off session
Session Chair: Marc Gyssens
20:15-20:45
Invited talk: Highway to heaven: lessons from a Tau Herculid expedition to Texas and beyond
László Kiss, Krisztián Sárneczky, Antal Igaz, Márton Rózsahegyi, Norton O. Szabó
20:45-21:00
Brightness and light curve determination of photographic meteors
Roman Piffl
21:00-21:15
On a couple of ancient Chinese aurora records
Nagatoshi Nogami
21:15-...
Free time

Friday, 30 September 2022

7:00-9:00
Breakfast
SESSION 1 - Meteor-related software and hardware
Session Chair: Hervé Lamy
09:00-09:20
Meteor flux update
Sirko Molau
09:20-09:45
AllSky7
Mike Hankey, Sirko Molau
09:45-10:00
Characterisation of the AllSky7 meteor camera systems
D. Koschny, M. Frühauf, D. Deivasihamani, A. Soneji, Y. Heidegger, T. Huber
10:00-10:15
Kernel methods in meteor astronomy
Martin Baláž
10:15-10:45
Coffee break and poster session
SESSION 2 - Visual work, meteor showers, and ongoing meteor work
Session Chair: Ákos Kereszturi
10:45-11:00
Observation of the 2022 Tau Herculid outburst from Arizona
Javor Kac, Francisco Ocaña González
11:00-11:20
Radiants and orbits of Geminids observed by the European Fireball Network
Jiří Borovička, Pavel Spurný
11:20-11:35
Meteor shower identification in selected years of the EDMOND database
Silvia Ďurišová
11:35-11:50
Simulating meteorite falls: update
Felix Bettonvil, Sebastiaan de Vet, Gert-Jan Netjes
11:55-12:00
Meteor luminous efficiency estimate from wind tunnel experiment
Stefan Loehle, Jérémie Vaubaillon
12:00-13:30
Lunch
SESSION 3 - Visual work
Session Chair: Felix Bettonvil
13:30-13:50
The current status of the Italian PRISMA fireball network
Andrea Cozzumbo, Dario Barghini, Sara Bertocco, Albino Carbognani, Matteo Di Carlo, Mario Di Martino, Carmelo Falco, Daniele Gardiol, Giovanni Pratesi, Walter Riva, Giovanna Maria Stirpe, Antonio Volpicelli, and the PRISMA team
13:50-14:15
Meteor observation in 4K/UHD - opportunities, obstacles and missing links
Peter C. Slansky
14:15-14:35
Observations of meteors in the near-UV with the Mini-EUSO telescope onboard the International Space Station
Dario Barghini, Matteo Battisti, Alexander Belov, Mario Edoardo Bertaina, Sara Bertone, Francesca Bisconti, Karl Bolmgrem, Giorgio Cambiè, Francesca Capel, Marco Casolino, Alberto Cellino, Toshikazu Ebisuzaki, Christer Fuglesang, Daniele Gardiol, Maria Hajdukova, Pavel Klimov, Laura Marcelli, Marco Mignone, Hiroko Miyamoto, Etienne Parizot, Piergiorgio Picozza, Lech Wiktor Piotrowski, Zbigniew Plebaniak, Guillaume Prevot, Enzo Reali, Marco Ricci, Naoto Sakaki, Kenji Shinozaki, Jacek Szabelski
14:35-14:50
Tau Herculids 2022 from McDonald Observatory, Texas
Norton O. Szabó, Antal Igaz, Márton Rózsahegyi, Krisztián Sárneczky, Balázs Csák, Lívia Deme, Nóra Egei, József Vinkó, László Kiss
14:50-15:15
Tau Herculids 2022 from air and ground
Juraj Tóth, J. Vaubaillon, Fabian Zander, David Buttsworth, Stefan Loehle, Stanislav Kaniansky, Tomas Paulech, Jan Masiar, Peter Veres, Robert Barsa, Jaroslav Ambroz, Pavol Matlovic, Pavol Zigo, Jaroslav Simon, Paul Gabor, Jean-Baptiste Kikwaya
15:15-15:30
The 2022 Tau Herculids airborne campaign
J. Vaubaillon, C. Loir, M. Millet, C. Ciocan, M. Kandeepan, A. Cassagne, L. Lacassagne, P. Da Fonseca, F. Zander, D. Buttsworth, S. Leohle, J. Toth, S. Gray, A. Moingeon, N. Rambaux
15:30-16:00
Coffee Break and poster session
SESSION 4 - Online meteor news
Session Chair: Francisco Ocaña
16:00-16:15
Review of visual meteor observations 2022
Jürgen Rendtel
16:15-16:25
Possible meteor stream with the comet 45P/Honda-Mrkos-Pajdusakova
Ireneusz Wlodarczyk
16:25-16:40
Can the Daytime Arietids fall into the Sun?
A. Sekhar, J. Vaubaillon, D.J. Asher, A. Morbidelli, Q. Ye, G. Li
16:40-16:55
Earlier activity of Tau Herculid meteor shower on May 30/31, 2022
P. Koten, L. Shrbeny, P. Spurný, J. Borovička, R. Štork, T. Henych, V. Vojáček, J. Manek
16:55-17:05
Meteor shower fluxes using Global Meteor Network data
Denis Vida, Rhiannon C. Blaauw Erskine, Peter G. Brown, Jonathon Kambulow, Margaret Campbell-Brown, Michael J. Mazur
17:05-17:20
The oxygen line in fireball spectra and implications to satellite observations of fireballs
Vlastimil Vojáček, Jiří Borovička, Pavel Spurný
17:20-17:35
The robotic observatory ROCG: Remote Observatory of Campos dos Goytacazes
Carlos Henrique Barreto, Fabiana Barreto, Marcelo De Cicco
17:35-17:45
Sub-milligram meteor detection instrumentation and software for simultaneous optical and backscatter radar observations
Pete Gural, Mike Mazur, Peter Brown
17:45-18:00
GAOM - A brief introduction to our group
Leonardo Colombo, Claudio Martínez, Jorge Vila
19:00-20:00
Dinner
20:00-21:00
International Meteor Organization General Assembly Meeting
21:00-...
Free time

Saturday, 1 October 2022

7:00-9:00
Breakfast
SESSION 5 - Online meteor news
Session Chair: Sirko Molau
09:00-09:15
Reports of meteor showers using worldwide radio meteor observations
Hiroshi Ogawa
09:15-09:30
New nomenclature rules for meteor showers
Regina Rudawska, Maria Hajdukova, Tadeusz Jopek, Lubos Neslusan, Gulchekhra I. Kokhirova, Masahiro Koseki
09:30-10:00
The Geminid meteor shower radiant: a mathematical model
Galina Ryabova
10:00-10:15
Automation of meteor reduction using convolutional neural networks
Aisha Al-Owais, Abdollah M Darya, Maryam E Sharif, Sultan Suhail, Ilias Fernini
10:15-10:45
Coffee Break and poster session
SESSION 6 - Meteor-related software and hardware and radio work
Session Chair: François Colas
10:45-10:55
Project AllBert EinStein: creating a fireball with an artificial meteoroid
Michael Frühauf, Christian Gscheidle, Detlef Koschny, Valentin Heumann, Maximilian Vovk
10:55-11:05
(Not so) recent radio meteor news
Chris Steyaert (presented by Antonio Martínez Picar)
11:05-11:15
Digital filtering techniques for automatic radio meteor detection
Antonio Martínez Picar
11:15-11:30
Observability Function of the BRAMS forward scatter network
H. Lamy, C. Verbeeck, J. Balis, M. Anciaux, S. Calders, A. Calegaro, A. Martínez Picar
11:30-11:45
Reconstructing meteoroid trajectories using forward scatter radio observations from the BRAMS network
Joachim Balis, Hervé Lamy, Michel Anciaux, and Emmanuel Jehin
11:45-13:00
Lunch
13:00-...
Group photo and excursion
19:00-20:00
Dinner
20:00-...
Free time

Sunday, 2 October 2022

7:00-9:00
Breakfast
SESSION 7 - Online meteoroids, ablation, and fragmentation
Session Chair: Detlef Koschny
09:00-09:20
Results of mass estimations of small meteoroids
Anna Kartashova, Yury Rybnov, Olga Popova, Dmitry Glazachev, Vladimir Efremov
09:20-09:35
Describing the mass distribution of fragments of disrupted asteroids and meteoroids
Irina Brykina, Lidia Egorova
09:35-09:45
Small Meteor Ablation Model: comparison of solid and porous body
Vladimir Efremov, Olga Popova, Dmitry Glazachev, Anastasios Margonis, Juergen Oberst, Anna Kartashova
09:45-10:00
Assessing the consequences of asteroid and comet impacts on the Earth
D.O. Glazachev, V.V. Shuvalov, O.P. Popova, N.A. Artemieva, V.V. Svetsov, V.M. Khazins, E.D. Podobnaya
10:00-10:15
Fragmentation model for impact clusters on Mars
Elena Podobnaya, Olga Popova, Dmitry Glazachev
10:15-10:45
Coffee Break and poster session
SESSION 8 - Meteor physics and dynamics
Session Chair: Mike Hankey
10:45-11:00
Transition to digital meteor spectra - a study in progress
Marko Šegon, Jiří Borovička
11:00-11:20
A survey of CN emission in spectra of ablated meteorites
Adriana Pisarčíková, Pavol Matlovič, Juraj Tóth, Stefan Loehle, Jérémie Vaubaillon, Sylvain Rommeluere, Ludovic Ferrière, David Leiser, Martin Eberhart, Felix Grigat, Arne Meindl, Fabian Hufgard, Ranjith Ravichandran, Christian Dürnhofer, Igor Hörner
11:20-11:35
Meteor halos – Attempt of a classification into three categories from an amateur's perspective, based on my own video data and the AllSky7 archive
Peter C. Slansky
11:35-11:50
Pre-entry mass estimation of meteoroids based on well-known impacts
Simon Anghel, Mirel Birlan, Dan-Alin Nedelcu, and the FRIPON team
11:50-12:00
Closing of the conference by the International Meteor Organization Vice-President and the Local Organizing Committee
12:00-13:30
Lunch
13:30-
Departure of the participants

Poster sessions

  1. Understanding of strewnfields - model calculations and artificial meteorite experiments
    Tibor Hegedüs, Zoltán Jäger, Ágota Lang, Mátyás Bejó, Zoltán Goda, Benke Hargitai, Barnabás Molnár, Áron Sztojka
  2. Bolides detected by infrasound detector
    Peter Dolinsky (presented by František Takács)
  3. Perseid and Tau Herculid outbursts captured by radio at Slovakia
    Peter Dolinsky, Ales Necas
  4. A flexibile text format for meteor measurements
    Jiří Borovička
  5. Search for interstellar meteors with the DIMS experiment
    Dario Barghini, Shinsuke Abe, Mizuho Arahori, Mario Edoardo Bertaina, Marco Casolino, Alberto Cellino, Corbin Covault, Toshikazu Ebisuzaki, Mirai Endo, Momoka Fujioka, Yasunori Fujiwara, Daniele Gardiol, Maria Hajdukova, Mari Hasegawa, Ryushin Ide, Yugo Iwami, Fumiyoshi Kajino, Marcin Kasztelan, Keita Kikuchi, Soon-Wook Kim, Mateusz Kojro, John, N., Matthews, Kaoru Nadamoto, Il H. Park, Lech Wiktor Piotrowski, Marika Przybylak, Hiroyuki Sagawa, Kenji Shinozaki, Daiki Shinto, Jagjit Singh Sidhu
  6. August Delta Capricornids 2022 observation by CAMS
    P. Jenniskens, J. Albers, T. Beck, W. Cooney, T. Cooper, E. Egland, B. Grigsby, T. Hanke, S. Heathcote, A. Howell, E. Jehin, C. Johannink, L. Juneau, N. Moskovitz, M. Odeh
  7. Tau Herculids 2022 from Arizona
    Stanislav Kaniansky, Juraj Toth, Tomas Paulech, Jan Masiar, Peter Veres, Robert Barsa, Jaroslav Ambroz
  8. Dynamical pathways of meteoroids and meteorites
    Filip Hlobik, Juraj Tóth, Leonard Kornoš
  9. Artificial meteors detected by AMOS system during CZ-3B R/B re-entry event
    D.Bartková, J. Šilha, D. Kyselica, V. Pazderová, P. Matlovič, J. Tóth