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22nd European Cosmic Ray Symposium in Turku, Finland

3 - 6 August 2010







Posters


Session 1

1.23    Andriopoulou    GROUND LEVEL ENHANCEMENTS AND THE RELATED SOLAR ACTIVITY DURING SOLAR CYCLE 23
1.30    Fabi    SOLAR EVENT ONSET DETECTION ON BOARD LISA-PF
1.32    Gerontidou    SOLAR PROTON EVENT'S PRODUCTION IN RELATION TO THE ASSOCIATED CORONAL MASS EJECTIONS
1.34    Alania    27-DAY VARIATION OF GALACTIC COSMIC RAYS IN THE 23RD CYCLE
1.35    Alania    SOLAR DYNAMO PROBLEM IN THE 27-DAY VARIATION OF THE GALACTIC COSMIC RAYS INTENSITY
1.36    Gushchina    EXTREMES OF THE LONG-TERM MODULATION OF COSMIC RAYS IN FIVE LAST SOLAR CYCLES
1.48    Modzelewska    THE HELIOLONGITUDINAL DEPENDENCE OF SOLAR WIND VELOCITY AND THE SECOND HARMONIC OF THE 27-DAY VARIATION OF COSMIC RAYS
1.50    Papaioannou    SOLAR PARTICLE EVENT ANALYSIS USING THE STANDARD RADIATION ENVIRONMENT MONITORS: APPLYING THE NEUTRON MONITOR'S EXPERIENCE
1.54    Shutenko    THE SUNSPOTS AND COMETS
1.55    Storini    TESTING COSMIC-RAY PERIODICITIES DURING A FORBUSH DECREASE
1.57    Slivka    PECULIARITIES OF MICROWAVE RADIO BURSTS AND CORONAL ACTIVITY FROM THE SOLAR FLARES PRECEDING TO THE LARGE FORBUSH DECREASE
1.58    Starodubtsev    LONG-TERM CHANGES COSMIC RAYS INTENSITY AND SOLAR WIND TURBULENCE FOR THE LAST FOUR SOLAR ACTIVITY CYCLES
1.60    Laurenza    SHANNON'S ENTROPY APPROACH TO THE TEMPORAL EVOLUTION OF SEP ENERGY SPECTRA
1.61    Stozhkov    COSMIC RAYS IN THE CURRENT DEEP SOLAR ACTIVITY MINIMUM
1.62    Stozhkov    NEW MAUNDER MINIMUM IN SOLAR ACTIVITY AND COSMIC RAY FLUXES IN THE NEAREST FUTURE
1.65    Wawrzynczak-Szaban    THREE DIMENSIONAL MODEL OF THE INTERPLANETARY MAGNETIC FIELD AND 27-DAY VARIATION OF THE GALACTIC COSMIC RAY INTENSITY


Session 2

2.18    Ampilogov    LARGE AREA SCINTILLATION MUON HODOSCOPE FOR MONITORING OF ATMOSPHERIC AND HELIOSPHERIC PROCESSES
2.19    Barbashina    STUDY OF TEMPORAL CHANGES OF THE FORBUSH DECREASE AMPLITUDE SPECTRUM EXPONENT BY MEANS OF MUON HODOSCOPE URAGAN
2.21    Berkova    TEMPERATURE EFFECT OF MUON COMPONENT AND PRACTICAL QUESTIONS OF ITS ACCOUNT IN REAL TIME
2.27    Diego    ON THE PCA AND GEOMAGNETIC FIELD VARIATIONS DURING SOLAR PROTON EVENTS ON OCTOBER 2003
2.29    Dmitrieva    TECHNIQUE OF TEMPERATURE EFFECT CORRECTION FOR GROUND-BASED MUON HODOSCOPES
2.41    Loctionov    TIME-SCALE PATTERN FEATURES IN THE NEUTRON MONITOR INTENSITY BEFORE EARTHQUAKES
2.44    Mikhaylenko    ANALYSIS OF MUON FLUX RESPONSE FOR THUNDERSTORM EVENTS IN MOSCOW REGION
2.47    Muraki    COSMIC RAY TRACKS BY THE NEW TYPE OF CLOUD CHAMBERS
2.49    Papailiou    COSMIC RAY INTENSITY VARIATIONS AND GEOMAGNETIC DISTURBANCES ON HUMAN PHYSIOLOGICAL STATE OF AVIATORS
2.50    Signoretti    A NEW MODULAR COSMIC RAY DETECTOR
2.51    Slivka    ANALYSIS OF SOLAR ACTIVITY AND GEOMAGNETIC FIELD INFLUENCES ON THE DYNAMIC OF RELATIVISTIC OUTER RADIATION BELT ELECTRONS DURING 2005-2006
2.52    Starodubtsev    VARIATIONS IN GEOMAGNETIC CUTOFF RIGIDITY OF COSMIC RAYS IN AUGUST 2005
2.53    Starodubtsev    VARIATIONS OF RIGIDITY SPECTRUM AND ANISOTROPY OF COSMIC RAYS IN AUGUST 2005
2.55    Storini    AN OPPORTUNITY FOR HIGH MOUNTAIN COSMIC RAY OBSERVATORIES
2.56    Storini    NEUTRON SPECTRA DEPENDENCE ON ATMOSPHERIC PARAMETERS AT HIGH MOUNTAIN OBSERVATORIES
2.61    Yanke    REGISTRATION EFFICIENCY OF NEUTRON DETECTORS OF DIFFERENT GEOMETRY


Session 3

3.16    Stozhkov    ANOMALOUS PAMELA EFFECT AND ITS POSSIBLE EXPLANATION
3.18    Valtonen    SOLAR ENERGETIC PARTICLE MEASUREMENTS WITH EPD/LET ONBOARD SOLAR ORBITER


Session 4

4.29    Dreyer    NEUTRINOS FROM STARBURST-GALAXIES
4.31    Dzhappuev    HADRONS WITH ENERGIES OF Eh » 50 MeV IN EAS WITH Ne = 105 - 107
4.33    Feusels    STUDY OF COSMIC RAY COMPOSITION THROUGH MUON BUNDLE PROPERTIES USING COINCIDENT ICETOP/ICECUBE MEASUREMENTS
4.35    Grigat    STUDIES OF THE SIDEREAL MODULATION IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF ARRIVAL DIRECTIONS OF UHECRS RECORDED WITH THE PIERRE AUGER OBSERVATORY
4.36    Gromushkin    STUDY OF EAS NEUTRON COMPONENT TEMPORAL STRUCTURE
4.39    Iyono    LINSLEY'S EAS TIME STRUCTURE METHOD FOR THE PRIMARY COSMIC RAY SPECTRUM AT LAAS
4.47    Keilhauer    THE BALLOON-THE-SHOWER PROGRAMME OF THE PIERRE AUGER OBSERVATORY
4.48    Khokhlov    PERFORMANCE OF THE NEW MEASURING SYSTEM OF MULTIPURPOSE CHERENKOV WATER DETECTOR NEVOD
4.52    Meurer    HEAT - A LOW ENERGY ENHANCEMENT OF THE PIERRE AUGER OBSERVATORY
4.55    Novoseltsev    ON THE ENERGY SPECTRUM OF COSMIC RAY MUONS IN 100 TeV REGION
4.56    Novoseltseva    SEARCH FOR NEUTRINO BURSTS AT THE BAKSAN UNDERGROUND SCINTILLATION TELESCOPE
4.59    Popa    LOWER LIMITS ON THE LIFETIME OF MASSIVE NEUTRINO RADIATIVE DECAY FROM THE 2006 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE
4.60    Prosin    TUNKA-133: THE NEW EAS CHERENKOV LIGHT ARRAY FOR STUDY OF THE COSMIC RAYS IN THE ENERGY RANGE 1015 - 1018 eV
4.70    Vigorito    NEUTRINO BURSTS FROM GRAVITATIONAL STELLAR COLLAPSE WITH LVD


Session 5

5.12    Hibino    COSMIC-RAY ENERGY SPECTRUM AROUND THE KNEE OBSERVED WITH THE TIBET AIR-SHOWER EXPERIMENT
5.16    Muraki    ON THE ROLE OF STELLAR FLARES TO THE ACCELERATION PROCESS OF COSMIC RAYS AT SNRS
5.17    Rogovaya    TRANSPORT OF ULTRA-HIGH ENERGY COSMIC RAYS IN EXPANDING UNIVERSE


Session 6

6.15    Orsi    POLAR: A SPACE-BORNE X-RAY POLARIMETER FOR TRANSIENT SOURCES
6.22    Vigorito    GAMMA RAY BURSTS MONITORING WITH THE ARGO-YBJ EXPERIMENT IN SCALER MODE

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