Dear ISWI Participant:
Announcements are always welcomed by this newsletter. If there are dead lines, please send in early ! ! !
Occasionally, I receive announcements after the dead line involved. Or the dead line is only two days away.
 Message regarding the papers submitted to the special issue of "Sun and Geosphere" on the ISWI/ICTP workshop in May 2019, Trieste, Italy. (read it)
 Nagoya University (Japan) seeks applicants for academic position (read it)
 "Space Weather Activities of the GIRGEA Team". by Dr Christine Amory-Mazaudier; ISWI Steering Committee Meeting, Feb-2020, Vienna (read it)
 "The Sun Is a Bit Boring, Which May Make It Special"; The New York Times, 30 April 2020. (read it)
 The papers submitted to the special issue of "Sun and Geosphere"
This note is to inform you that the peer-review of papers submitted to the special issue of Sun and Geosphere on the ISWI/ICTP workshop in May last year in Trieste, Italy has been completed. About half of the participants who expressed interest in publishing their research presented at the workshop actually submitted manuscripts. In addition to the workshop participants, members of the scientific community in general were given the opportunity to submit papers. After the rejection/withdrawal of some papers, the guest editors have accepted 10 papers (list appended). I am happy to note that about half of the papers are by student participants, including an undergraduate student. Congratulations!
Send by Nat Gopalswamy
 Nagoya University (Japan) seeks applicants for academic positionDear SCOSTEP colleagues,
The Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research (ISEE), Nagoya
University, invites applications from female researchers for one professor
or associate professor position during the Japanese fiscal years, April
2020–March 2025. The application deadline is extended to Thursday,
May 28, 2020, 12:00 (Japanese Standard Time).
Full details about the job are available at http://www.isee.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/2020/05/koubo2020-13_rev1.1.pdf Enquiries should be sent to inst-recruit[at]adm.nagoya-u.ac.jp.
Send by Prof. B. Rabiu,
 Space Weather Activities of the GIRGEA Team (reports of coordinators)
Send by Dr Christine Amory-Mazaudier,
 "The Sun Is a Bit Boring, Which May Make It Special"; The New York Times, 30 April 2020
Look at https://nyti.ms/3fcroXB
Send by George Maeda,