ISWI Events meetings on the subject of ISWI in 2020 year

Received on February 28, 2020
by Babatunde Rabiu
Program Committee,

International Colloquium on
"Equatorial and Low-Latitude Ionosphereg"
14÷19 September 2020, Covenant University, Ota, Near Lagos, Ogun State, Nigeria

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Registration and abstract submission: June 1, 2020

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Main features

The first annual 'Colloquium on Equatorial and Low Latitude Ionosphere' took place between 9thand 13thSeptember 2019 at the University of Lagos, Nigeria. This second edition shall build on the success of the first edition and shall feature a composition of tutorials, seminars, conference and hands on training on every aspect of research and techniques bordering on the dynamics of equatorial and low latitude ionosphere as well as space weather.

The program of the Colloquium includes discussions of the rather wide range of phenomena, such as: equatorial ionosphere, equatorial electrojet, equatorial ionospheric anomaly, geomagnetic disturbances, geomagnetically induced currents, solar-terrestrial relations, stratospheric warming, space weather,  theory and modeling of ionospheric scintillation and irregularities, utilization of equatorial orbital plane for satellite technology, presentation of results from different and novel techniques for probing the equatorial ionosphere etc.

This Colloquium shall offer opportunities for presentation of standard contributions (oral and poster), delivery of invited papers by distinguished scientists with the intention of educating young scientists, as well as exhibition of space-dependent technologies and measurement systems relevant to ionospheric studies. The forum shall serve as an effective meeting point for scientists, policy makers, students and designers of space-dependent technologies.

Application: Online

Registration and abstract submission will close on June 1, 2020.
Acceptance notification: June 15, 2020.
Invitation letters distribution: July 1, 2020

Organised by
Network of Space-Earth Environmentalists 
Centre for Atmospheric Research, Anyigba, Nigeria

Supported by the African Geophysical Society