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2020

The Joint PI Meeting of JAXA Earth Observation Missions FY2020

Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) will hold the Joint PI Meeting of JAXA Earth Observation Missions FY2020 as below. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been decided that we will have online meeting this time.

Main objectives of the meeting are review of the yearly results from Principal Investigators (PIs) of JAXA Global Environmental Observation Missions, GCOM-W, AMSR3, GCOM-C, PMM, EarthCARE, ALOS-2, ALOS-3, ALOS-4, MOLI, and encouragement of collaboration among those science groups. We considered the time schedule carefully so that many foreign participants could join, also fixed the sessions avoiding overlap. For this purpose, many sessions start from morning or evening and the term of the meeting is longer than usual. Poster sessions are also scheduled in order to share the research results as much as possible. Participants are mainly limited to PIs and CIs.

Joint Plenary Sessions are scheduled on January 18 and 19, 2021. Mission explanation and status report will be given from JAXA satellite project managers and international partners. The session theme is observation of Aerosol, Clouds, Convection and Precipitation (ACCP) and integrated process understanding. PIs and CIs, we are waiting for your registration and participation.

Project Sessions of Each Satellite - Dates
  December 17-23, 2020 / January 13-22, 2021
  * For more details, please refer to [ Program and Registration ] page below.
  Time: 9:00–12:30 (JST: UTC+9h), 14:00–19:00 (JST: UTC+9h)
  * Extra talks will be announced separately.
- Meeting Format
  WEB Meeting and WEB Poster Sessions.
- Participants
  PIs and CIs (Pre-registration is necessary)
Joint Plenary Sessions - Dates / Time
  January 18, 2021 16:00-18:00 (JST: UTC+9h)(1)
  January 19, 2021 9:00-11:00 (JST: UTC+9h)(2)
- Contents
  (1) Plenary Session: Overall status of JAXA Earth observation and Satellite
  Projects
  (2) Theme Session: Observation of Aerosol, Clouds, Convection and
  Precipitation (ACCP) and integrated process understanding.
  The discussion for integrated process understanding and refinement of global
  water cycle through ACCP is planned in this session.
- Meeting Format
  WEB conference
- Participants
  PIs and CIs (Pre-registration is necessary)

Please visit the following website and complete your registration. (The registration deadline is November 30th.) Login ID/Password of the session will be announced later.

【Program and Registration】 Registration and Meeting have been closed.

The presentation materials from the Plenary Session and ACCP Session held on January 18-19, 2021, are available as below.

■Plenary Session Presentation Materials [January 18, 2021]

ContentsSpeakerAffiliation
1Greetings(video)TERADA KojiJAXA
2JAXA’s Earth Observation ProgramHIRABAYASHI TakeshiJAXA/EORC
3Satellite Observations for the Science and Impact of Global WarmingHAYASAKA TadahiroJAXA/EORC
4GCOM-C UpdateTANAKA KazuhiroJAXA/GCOM
5Status of GCOM-W & GOSAT-GW/AMSR3KACHI MisakoJAXA/EORC
6JAXA GPM UpdateKUBOTA TakujiJAXA/EORC
7EarthCARE/CPR UpdateOKADA KazuyukiJAXA/EarthCARE
8ALOS-2 UpdateSOBUE ShinichiJAXA/ALOS-2
9ALOS-3 UpdateWATARAI HidenoriJAXA/ALOS-3
10ALOS-4 UpdateMIURA SatokoJAXA/ALOS-4
11GOSAT and GOSAT-2 updateKUZE AkihikoJAXA/GOSAT
12The Status of Vegetation Lidar MOLIIMAI TadashiJAXA/SSRG

■ACCP Session Presentation Materials [January 19, 2021]

ContentsSpeakerAffiliation
1Japan's Satellite Missions toward the Synergetic Understanding of Aerosol, Cloud, and Precipitation Riko OkiJAXA
2Precipitation Science from Space and Synergy with Aerosol, Clouds and Climate StudiesYukari N. TakayabuThe Univ. of Tokyo
3Exploiting the AMSR Instruments for Aerosol, Cloud, and Precipitation Sciences in Synergy with Current and Future Satellite MissionsHirohiko MasunagaNagoya University
4Recent advances in satellite-based aerosol-cloud studies with implications for global modelingKentaroh SuzukiThe Univ. of Tokyo
5Current Status of the Aerosol-Clouds-Convection-Precipitation (ACCP) Decadal Survey StudyScott A. BraunNASA
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