CRD Conferences














 

"Thunderstorms and Elementary Particle Acceleration" (TEPA–2016)

Cosmic Ray Division of Yerevan Physics Institute, Armenia 
Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics of Moscow State University, Russia

Nor Amberd International Conference Centre, Byurakan, Aragatsotn District, Armenia

October 3-7, 2016

The research on high-energy phenomena in thunderclouds is entering an intensive development stage. New satellite and balloon missions are being prepared exclusively for the detection of optical, radio, and gamma ray emissions from thunderclouds. New research groups from several countries worldwide are installing surface-based particle detectors for TGE detection. New models aimed to explain ... read more


 



"Thunderstorms and Elementary Particle Acceleration" (TEPA–2015)

Cosmic Ray Division of Yerevan Physics Institute, Armenia 
Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics of Moscow State University, Russia

Nor Amberd International Conference Centre, Byurakan, Aragatsotn District, Armenia

October 5-9, 2015

The research on high-energy phenomena in thunderclouds is entering an intensive development stage. New satellite and balloon missions are being prepared exclusively for the detection of optical, radio, and gamma ray emissions from thunderclouds. New research groups from several countries worldwide are installing surface-based particle detectors for TGE detection. New models aimed to explain ... read more



 

 

"Thunderstorms and Elementary Particle Acceleration" (TEPA–2014)

Cosmic Ray Division of Yerevan Physics Institute, Armenia
Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics of Moscow State University, Russia

Nor Amberd International Conference Centre, Byurakan, Aragatsotn District, Armenia

September 22-26, 2014

The research on high-energy phenomena in thunderclouds is entering an intensive development stage. New satellite and balloon missions are being prepared exclusively for the detection of optical, radio, and gamma ray emissions from thunderclouds. New research groups from several countries worldwide are installing surface-based particle detectors for TGE detection. New models aimed to explain ... read more

Presented oral presentations  
 Ashot Chilingarian :  “Thunderstorm Ground Enhancements: model and observations“
Bagrat Mailyan :
 “Modeling the Runaway Electron Acceleration in Thunderstorms“
Levon Vanyan :
 “Measuring of Long lasting TGEs. Classification and Energy spectra preliminary analysis“
Tigran Karapetyan :
 “Estimation of the size of emitting region in the thundercloud“
Hripsime Mkrtchyan :
 “Measurements of electric field on Aragats and correlations with short and long lasting TGEs“
Levon Vanyan :
 “On the origin of the particle fluxes from the thunderclouds: energy spectra analysis“
Gagik Hovsepyan :
 “Calibration of the particle detectors measuring secondary cosmic rays by the gamma ray beams from thunderclouds“
Arthur Reymers :
 “ASEC Monitors located at the high altitude research stations“
Harutyun Dermenjyan :
  “Distributed system for the storage, on-line display and rescuing of multivariate time series detecting by geophysical network in Armenia“
Presented posters  
 


"Thunderstorms and Elementary Particle Acceleration" (TEPA–2013)

Cosmic Ray Division of Yerevan Physics Institute, Armenia
Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics of Moscow State University, Russia

Nor Amberd International Conference Centre, Byurakan, Aragatsotn District, Armenia

September 9-13, 2013

“Despite the ubiquity of thunderstorms, lightning, and related electrical phenomena, many important electromagnetic processes in our atmosphere are poorly understood. For example, many questions remain about thundercloud electrification and discharge mechanisms, lightning initiation, propagation and attachment processes, compact intra-cloud discharges, the global electrical circuit, and transient ... read more


"Thunderstorms and Elementary Particle Acceleration" (TEPA–2012)

Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
 Yerevan Physics Institute

Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

July 9 - 11, 2012

The Thunderstorms and Elementary Particle Acceleration (TEPA-2012) conference is the second one devoted to the studies of the extreme atmospheric effects connected with amplification of electric fields in the lower atmosphere. The first TEPA conference was organized in 2010 by Alikhanyan National Science Laboratory of Armenia. TEPA–2012 will be hosted by Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia.

 

 "Thunderstorms & Elementary Particles Acceleration"  (TEPA–2010 )
Yerevan Physics Institute
Nor Amberd International Conference Center
Armenia, September 6-11, 2010
                         
 

"Forecasting Of the Radiation and Geomagnetic Storms (FORGES 2008)"
Nor Amberd International Conference Centre
Armenia, September 29 – October 3, 2008
 

"Solar Extreme Events 2005: Fundamental Science and Applied Aspects (SEE 2005)"
Nor Amberd International Conference Centre
Armenia, September 26 - 30, 2005