ISWI Newsletter - Vol.2 No.104
Dear ISWI Participant:
02 December 2010
A main focus of ISWI is to bring into the space-weather and space-science community the engineers and scientists residing in developing nations. In short, we need them.
At the 1st ISWI Workshop (Helwan, Egypt), we were fortunate to have many young scientists from such nations deliver talks on their work. One example is Edwin Choque, who is a student of Dr Jose Ishitsuka in Peru. They are with IGP ( http://www.igp.gob.pe/ ) of Peru. I attach as pdf Edwin's presentation (slide show) at the workshop last month; the pdf has 14 slides.
I also attach some photos that I took of Edwin during the workshop. There are four photos on one pdf page.
Editor of ISWI Newsletter
Hakozaki Campus, Kyushu University, Japan.
(1) "MAGDAS/CPMN Magnetometers in Peru" Edwin Choque, Jose Ishitsuka, Presentation on 1st ISWI Workshop 1MB pdf, 14 pages, (click )
(2) "Pictures of Edwin Choque" , on 1st ISWI Workshop 201 KB pdf, 1 page, (click )
Note: You can download the talk "MAGDAS/CPMN Magnetometers in Peru" (the first attachment above) at any time from this site (look in the Meetings -> ISWI and UN seminars, look for "Presentations during the MAGDAS session". To go there immediately, click here.
If you want to read the original newsletter, click here.