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International Space Weather Initiative
TRAINING


during the 2016:
  1. SCOSTEP/ISWI International School on Space Science 7-17 November 2016, Sangli, India      look at   
during the 2015:
  1. 2nd edition of the Space Weather School in Maghreb
    February 16 to 25, 2015, at CRASTE-LF, Rabat, Morocco   look
during the 2014:
  1. The SCOSTEP/ISWI International School on Space Science September 15–24, 2014, Lima, Peru   look completed for more: read the Final Report
during the 2013:
  1. First ISWI school of MAGHREB 06–16 May 2013, El Alia, Bab Ezzouar, Algeria   look
    completed for more: read the Final Report
  2. International School for Young Astronomers (ISYA 2013) 26 Aug – 13 Sep 2013, Jatinangor, Indonesia   look
  3. 2013 ISWI/SCOSTEP School Oct 21–Nov 01, 2013, Nairobi, Kenya (look)
    completed for more: read the Final Report
  4. 2013 MAGDAS School Sept 23-27, 2013, Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire   look
during the 2012:
  1. ISWI and MAGDAS School on Space Science, Bandung Indonesia, September 17-26, 2012   look
    completed for more: read the Final Report
  2. United States of America, Los Alamos, June 4 - July 27, 2012   look completed
during the 2011:
  1. Nigeria, Redeemer's University, Near Lagos, August 15-20, 2011 look
    completed for more: read the Final Report , go to SERC web-site (here) to find the book or lectures, also read ISWI Newsletter Vol.3 No.77
  2. Slovakia, High Tatras, August 21-27, 2011 look
    completed for more: (Presentations, Photo gallery) go to School web-site (here)
    Memories from High Tatras (two videos) enjoy
  3. Democratic Republic of the Congo (RDC), Kinshasa , September 11-24, 2011 look
    completed for more read the Final Report
  4. Morocco, Rabat, December 5-16, 2011 look
    completed for more read the Final Report , also read ISWI Newsletters Vol.4 No.7 and Vol.4 No.10
during the 2010:
  1. Ethiopia, Bahir Dar, October 28-November 4, 2010 look

Notice was received on 02 April 2016

SCOSTEP/ISWI International School on Space Science
November 710, 2016, Sangli, Maharashtra, India

The SCOSTEP/ISWI International School on Space Science will be held at the Smt. Kasturbai Walchand College of Science & Arts, Sangli, India during November 7 to 17, 2016. The school will be an excellent learning and enrichment opportunity for graduate students. The school is aimed at students who are perusing PhD in solar terrestrial physics and space science. Some masters students who have already some exposures in solar/space physics may also apply. Some financial assistance will be provided to students and scientists attending the school. Indian students will be reimbursed with train fare from their home institution. Total number of students to be selected 40 (from India) + 20 international. All selected students will be provided with local hospitality. The School is primarily sponsored by the Scientific Committee on Solar]Terrestrial Physics (SCOSTEP) and the International Space Weather Initiative (ISWI). There are also co]sponsors from many institutions in India and Japan.

Further details on the School schedule and on-line application are available at
http://www.iiap.res.in/meet/school_meet/index.php

Deadlines:
Last date of online application: 31st May 2016
Selection of Participants: 15th June 2016


Look at TENTATIVE LIST OF LECTURES

TENTATIVE LIST OF LECTURES

  1. Sun in the Universe: Arnab RaiChoudhuri ,IISc, Bangalore
  2. Plasma Physics: Vinod Krishan, IIA Bangalore
  3. Magnetohydrodynamics: Arnab RaiChoudhuri, IISc, Bangalore
  4. Numerical Simulation in Space Plasmas: Kanya Kusano, Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research (ISEE), Nagoya University Japan
  5. Solar Interior: S. P. Rajaguru, IIA Bangalore
  6. Solar Dynamo : Mark Miesch, High Altitude Observatory, NCAR, USA
  7. Solar Atmosphere: Dipankar Banerjee IIA, Bangalore
  8. Magnetic Reconnection : Kazunari Shibata, Kyoto University Japan
  9. Solar Wind: P. K. Manoharan, NCRA/TIFR, Ooty
  10. Sun and Climate : R. Ramesh PRL
  11. Solar Eruptions : Nat Gopalswamy, NASA/GSFC, USA
  12. Solar Energetic Particles: Pertti Makela. The Catholic University of America, Washington DC
  13. Radio Physics of the Sun : C. Kathiravan IIA Bangalore
  14. Magnetic Flux ropes :
  15. CME Stereoscopy : Nandita Srivastava, PRL/Udaipur
  16. Solar Wind : Janardhan Padmanabhan, PRL
  17. Helio Data/HEK : Neil Hurlbert, Lackheed Martin, Palo Alto, CA, USA
  18. Magnetospheric Physics: Nikolai Ostgaard, University of Bergen, Norway
  19. Magnetosphere-solar wind interaction: Nikolai Ostgaard, University of Bergen, Norway
  20. Ionospheric Physics : Kazuo Shiokawa, Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research (ISEE), Nagoya University Japan
  21. Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling : Kazuo Shiokawa, Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research (ISEE), Nagoya University Japan
  22. Equatorial Aeronomy : A. K. Patra, NARL, India
  23. Atmospheric Physics: S. Gurubaran, IIG, India
  24. Space Weather : Patricia Doherty, Boston College, USA
  25. Global Warming : S. K. Satish IISc, Bangalore
  26. Remote-sensing Instrumentation : Sankar Subramanian, ISRO, India
  27. In-situ instruments: S. Kanekal, NASA/GSFC, USA
  28. Cosmic Ray Impact on Earth: Badruddin, AMU
  29. Solar Wind - Observations P. K. Manoharan
  30. Solar Wind - Theory J. Padmanabhan
  31. Space weather forecast - hands on activity


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