ISWI Newsletter - Vol.11 No.13
23 September 2019

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George Maeda
Editor of ISWI Newsletter

CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE

[1] Report from Argentina - September 2019 (read it)

[2] Report from Lao PDR, by Mr. Singthong Khamone (read it)

[3] Six UN scholarships (PNST) are available for space engineering (read it)

[4] Report from Africa AGS Newsletter- Vol.2 No. 9 22 September 2019 (read it)

[1] Report from Argentina - September 2019

Dear George and Nat,

In the files cited below you will find a report of the meeting Towards Future Research on Space Weather Drivers that took place in Argentina in concordance with the total solar eclipse happening on 2nd July.

Best regards Graciela

https://bit.ly/2lGA4xY
https://bit.ly/2kEfVIL

PS: The files can be accessed here:

Send by Maria Graciela Molina

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[2] Singthong Khamone Space Weather effects to Satellite Communications (Lao PDR)
completed 15 May2019

PS: This report can be accessed here: link to document

Send by George Maeda

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[3] Six UN scholarships (PNST) are available for space engineering

PNST is short for: United Nations/Japan Long-term Fellowship Programme "Post-graduate study on Nano-Satellite Technologies".

It is jointly administered by UNOOSA (United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs) and Kyutech (Kyushu Institute of Technology, in Japan) -- since 2013. Each year, six scholarships have been issued to students from non-space-faring nations. Three for masters degrees and three for Phd. The scholarship covers all expenses: tuition and living costs.

Requirements:
- must be passionate about space
- must have a bachelor's degree in some field of engineering or physics
- must be under age 35
- must be in the top 20 percent of your college class
- must be fluent in English

How to apply: Go to here to register and get all the details:
http://www.unoosa.org/oosa/en/ourwork/psa/bsti/fellowships.html

Follow directions and submit your application package before 19 Jan. 2020. Twenty persons will be invited to a Skype interview. Then six will be selected for admissions. If selected, you would start at Kyutech in October of 2020.

Send by George Maeda

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[4] AGS Newsletter- Vol.2 No. 9 22 September 2019

Dear Subscribers,

The AGS Newsletter is published as part of the activities of the African Geophysical Society. You are encouraged to contribute material to this newsletter for distribution to the global scientific community. The material should be related to earth and space Science.

CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE:

(1) World Forum for Women in Science Brazil 2020

(2) Meeting Report: International Colloquium on Equatorial and Low-Latitude Ionosphere (ICELLI)

(3) Nigerian Scientist Bags 2019 Africa Award for Research Excellence in Space Science.

(4) Scientist of the Month: Dr. Patrick Mungufeni (Uganda)

(5) Poem of The Month: A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed

Send by Aderonke Obafaye
The Editor secretariat[at]afgps.org

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Attachments:

(1) Singthong Khamone Space Weather effects to Satellite Communications  link to document (231KB, 20 pages)

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