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Upcoming Events

  • Global Modelling of the Space Weather Chain
    October 24-28, 2016, Helsinki, Finland
    This event brings together solar, heliospheric, magnetospheric, and ionospheric communities to discuss the current state and future challenges in global modelling of the entire space weather chain. Major developments in forecasting space weather, and understanding the effects of solar eruptions requires increased communication and collaboration of these often rather distinct communities. We welcome submissions from these modelling communities and also synergetic studies utilising both observations and numerical models.
  • 4th Asia Oceania Space Weather Alliance (AOSWA) Workshop
    October 24-27, 2016, Jeju, Republic of Korea
    This workshop will serve as a forum for all those interested in space weather not only in Asia and Oceania but also from all over the world, where they will be able to seek for international cooperation on the increasing risk of space weather risks and promote research exchanges in space weather.
  • 13th European Space Weather week
    November 14-18, 2016, Oostende, Belgium
    The ESWW is the main annual event in the European Space Weather calendar. It is the European forum for Space Weather as proven by the high attendance to the past editions. The agenda will be composed of plenary/parallel sessions, working meetings and dedicated events for service end-users. The ESWW will again adopt the central aim of bringing together the diverse groups in Europe working on different aspects of Space Weather.
  • SOLARNET-4 MEETING: The Physics of the Sun from the Interior to the Outer Atmosphere
    16-20 January 2017, Lanzarote, Spain
    The purpose of this conference is to provide a coherent picture of the Sun as a single physical system playing all the underlying physical processes measured and observed in the solar atmosphere to date. Graduate students and early-career postdocs are particularly invited to participate in the conference to present their research work and to meet and discuss with their more senior colleagues.
  • Solar Orbiter Workshop 7: Exploring the solar environs
    03-07 April 2017, Grenada, Spain
    The Solar Orbiter mission will bring the community an excellent opportunity for doing unique science that embraces most solar topics from the interior up to the heliosphere employing novel vantage points. The combined use of results from its four in-situ and six remote-sensing instruments will provide an unprecedented view of the Sun and the interplanetary medium.

Earth seen through the windows of ISS Cupola (
© ESA)