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SIGMA weather group is devoted to Solar-Interplanetary-GeoMAgnetic Weather Process study. This group consists of two teams at State Key Laboratory of Space Weather: Coronal Processes of Solar/Solar Wind Storms and Evolutionary Processes and Modeling of Interplanetary Solar Wind Storms.
The main interests of this group are as follows:
1) The eruptive mechanism for of coronal mass ejections and their coronal process;
2) The heating and acceleration mechanism; the relationship between coronal mass ejections and interplanetary solar wind storm;
3) The prediction method for space weather disturbances in interplanetary space and geospace based on the observations of photosphere and corona.
4) The determination and validation of initial-boundary value conditions of solar drivers for interplanetary solar wind storms based on the space-based and ground-based observations;
5) The dynamical process of the interactions between interplanetary solar wind storms and structured solar wind(such as fast stream, discontinuities);
6) The numerical method and modeling of adverse space weather events; Model development for geomagnetic storms and ionospheric weather based on interplanetary observations and numerical modeling;
7) Space Weather Integrated Modeling (SWIM) & Its Visulizations.