Dear ISWI Participant:
Thanks to all who sent in material for this issue of the ISWI Newsletter. Contributions are always sought after.
 Space weather warning system scans our skies for solar storms (read it)
 ISEA-14 registration port is now opened (read it)
 ISEST-2015 Workshop -- 2nd Announcement (read it)
 ISELLI, at Abuja, Nigeria on 14-18 September 2015. (read it)
 Thomas Deane "Space weather warning system scans our skies for solar storms", 8 July 2015
One of http://phys.org posts (8 July 2015). Read it here
(Sent in by Hans Haubold
 International Symposium on Equatorial Aeronomy (ISEA-14) October 19–23, 2015, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia registration port is now opened
This is to let you know that the ISEA-14 registration port is now opened. Please go to the official ISEA website (http://bdu.edu.et/isea14/) and press 'Registration' or goto directly here (http://isea14.bc.edu/Registration.html) and follow the link.
Please be advised that early registration is coming short, and THERE WILL NOT BE ONSITE REGISTRATION and strongly recommended to register online well in advance.
Looking forward to see you all in Bahir Dar.
on behalf of MSO
(Sent in by E. Yizengaw
 ISEST-2015 Workshop, 26-30 October 2015, National Autonomous University, Mexico City, MexicoDear all,
Please be reminded to register for the ISEST-2015 workshop in
your early convenience. The registration deadline is postponed
to August 10. The deadline for financial support
is now August 1.
Here is the second announcement.
The International Study of Earth-Affecting Solar Transients (ISEST)/MiniMax Workshop is aimed at bringing together scientists from different countries to interact and establish collaboration links that can effectively address the physical mechanisms of the origin, propagation, and Earth impact of coronal mass ejections (CMEs) and other transient events. The ultimate goal is to develop the capability to predict the arrival of solar transients at Earth and their potential Space Weather consequences. ISEST/MiniMax is one of the four projects under the SCOSTEP http://www.yorku.ca/scostep/ scientific program VarSITI (Variability of the Sun and Its Terrestrial Impact) http://varsiti.org/ that runs from 2014 to 2018. The workshop coordinates international activity in observation, theory and modeling, and involves scientists from both developed and developing countries. The workshop also provides an online platform for research and educational opportunities for students.
The workshop will have sessions relevant to the seven ISEST/MiniMax working groups: (1) data, (2) theory, (3) simulation, (4) event campaign, (5) Bs challenge, (6) Solar Energetic Particles, and (7) MiniMax campaign.
If you are interested in attending this workshop in Mexico City, please register at http://cintli.geofisica.unam.mx/congreso by August 10, 2015 (registration fee will be collected on-site). You are also welcome to participate online through http://solar.gmu.edu/heliophysics/index.php/Main_Page. A limited financial support is available to graduate students and young researchers. This support comprises only the local hotel cost and the registration fee. Please send an email along with your CV and tentative abstract to Alejandro Lara (alara.unam[at]gmail.com) before August 01, 2015 to apply for this financial support. The deadline of abstract submission is September 10, 2015.
SOC: Jie Zhang (Co-Chair, USA), Nat Gopalswamy (Co-Chair, USA), Manuela Temmer (Co-Chair, Austria), Ayumi Asai (Japan), Mario Bisi (UK), Kyungsuk Cho (South Korea), Peter Gallagher (Ireland), Manolis Georgoulis (Greece), Alejandro Lara (Mexico), No?Lugaz (USA), Alexis Rouillard (France), Nandita Srivastava (India), Bojan Vrsnak Croatia), Yu-Ming Wang (China), David Webb (USA) and Yuri Yermolaev (Russia)
LOC: Alejandro Lara (Chair), Xochitl Blanco-Cano, Rogelio Caballero, Olivia Enr?uez, Alberto Flandes, Primo? Kajdi? and Hector Perez de Tejada
(Sent in by Jie Zhang
 International School on Equatorial and Low-Latitude Ionosphere ISELLI, at Abuja, Nigeria on 14-18 September, 2015Dear VarSITI colleagues,
We will have the International School on Equatorial and Low-Latitude Ionosphere, ISELLI, at Abuja, Nigeria on 14-18 September 2015, as attached. For those who are interested in joining this school, please submit the application form to Jatto <jattosolomon[at]gmail.com> by 30 July 2015.