Dear ISWI Participant:
In this issue is some info from the recently held ISWI Steering Committee meeting of 7 Feb 2020 in Vienna, Austria. Especially important are the meeting minutes submitted by Pat Doherty see item  below.
COSPAR abstract dead line apparently has been changed to Feb. 23.
 National reports from the ISWI Steering Committee Meeting of 7 Feb 2020 during COPUOS in Vienna, Austria (read it)
 2019 space weather report of Ukraine (read it)
 A Summer School plus Conference on "Nonstationary Signal Analysis in Geophysics and other fields” will take place at Gran Sasso Science Institute, in L’Aquila, Italy, 13-18 July 2020 (read it)
 Some photos of the ISWI Steering Committee Meeting 7 Feb 2020 during COPUOS in Vienna, Austria (read it)
 COSPAR 43rd Scientific Assembly Final call for abstracts (read it)
 Prelim Announcement UN/India Workshop on ISWI, Space Physics Laboratory, Thiruvanathapuram, Kerala, India, November 2-6, 2020 (read it)
 the CALLISTO station at INAF-Astronomical Observatory of Trieste (read it)
 Los Alamos Space Weather Summer School (read it)
 Minutes – ISWI Steering Committee Meeting 2020 – February 7, 2020 (read it)
 National reports from the ISWI Steering Committee Meeting of 7 Feb 2020 during COPUOS in Vienna, Austria
The national ISWI reports are from: - China; - Philippines; - Kazakhstan; - Malaysia; - Australia
This report compilation was sent in by Dr Richard Marshall of the Government of Australia, Bureau of Meteorology.
Send by Richard Marshall,
 2019 space weather report of Ukraine
|1. Ongoing long-term projects|
2. Instrumentation: space segment
3. Instrumentation: ground segment
|4. Development of operational capacities
5. Notable scientific findings
Send by Aleksei Parnowski,
 A Summer School plus Conference on
"Nonstationary Signal Analysis in Geophysics and other fields” will take place
at Gran Sasso Science Institute, in L’Aquila, Italy, 13-18 July 2020
During the Summer School young researchers and PhD students will have a chance to learn and deepen their knowledge on new data analysis tools/techniques for non-stationary time series and their theoretical foundation.
The summer school will take place during the first 4 days
and it will consist of three courses of 8 hours each.
*/Patrick Flandrin - ENS Lyon/**/ /**/Yang Wang - HKSTU/**/ /**/Hau-tieng Wu - Duke University/*
At the end of the school there will be a 3 days conference during which the speakers will show both the applications of these techiniques to real life data and present the current frontiers of the theoretical research.
Applications for prospective students of the Summer School, as well as speakers of the conference are now open.
For more information and to apply please visit the webpage of the event <http://people.math.gatech.edu/~acicone3/NoSAG20/NoSAG20_homepage.html>
Send by Mirko Piersanti
 Some photos of the ISWI Steering Committee Meeting 7 Feb 2020 during COPUOS in Vienna, Austria
Send by George Maeda,
 COSPAR 43rd Scientific Assembly Final call for abstractsDear colleague,
the 43rd Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) Scientific Assembly will be held on 15 - 22 August 2020, in Sydney, Australia. As scientific organizers of the COSPAR session C1.4 "CSES and Swarm Data Analysis of the Ionosphere Dynamics at Different Temporal and Spatial Scales" and acknowledging your expertise in the related scientific fields, we would like to cordially invite you to submit an abstract for /a solicited talk in/ session C1.4.
Observations provided by Chinese Seismo-Electromagnetic Satellite (CSES) and Swarm satellites are of uncommon variety and quality, and can play a key role for both Space Weather analysis (Geomagnetic activity, Magnetosphere-Ionosphere coupling) and Magnetosphere-Ionosphere- Lithosphere (MIL) coupling processes. CSES satellite can provide a large set of measurements: plasma parameters, geomagnetic field, ionospheric electric field and particles precipitation fluxes. Swarm satellites provide a very accurate magnetic field and plasma parameters (electron density and temperature) and velocity drift (vxB) measurements. The coupling between observations from those two satellites (measured in a Sun-synchronous orbit for CSES and at preceding LT for Swarm), gives an exceptional spatial coverage for unprecedented ionosphere dynamic investigations for different temporal and spatial scales. In addition, such amount of data can allow the test of innovative data analysis tools for non-linear time-frequency analysis.
More information about C1.4 session can be found at:
More Information about COSPAR 2020 can be found at: http://cospar2020.org/ (general information, registration and hotel reservations) and https://www.cospar-assembly.org (scientific program, abstract submission)
We are looking forward to meet you at COSPAR 2020.
With our best wishes, Mirko Piersanti and Piero Diego.
Send by Mirko Piersanti,
 Announcement UN/India Workshop on ISWI, Space Physics Laboratory, Thiruvanathapuram, Kerala, India, November 2-6, 2020
Send by Nat Gopalswamy,
 the CALLISTO station at INAF-Astronomical Observatory of Trieste
will be presented at the Space Weather Italian Community
Send by Chr. Monstein,
 Los Alamos Space Weather Summer School:
The unique aspect of the Los Alamos Space Weather Summer School is its emphasis on scientific research projects. Students team up with LANL mentors to work on unresolved scientific problems in space physics. LANL is engaged in a wide variety of space-physics activities and offers a host of exciting research projects.
Send by Nat Gopalswamy,
 Minutes – ISWI Steering Committee Meeting 2020 – February 7, 2020
Meeting held at the Vienna International Centre (VIC), Vienna Austria
Send by Patricia Doherty,