ISWI Newsletter - Vol.5 No.124
24 December 2013

Dear ISWI Participant:

As you can see from the above, there are four items today. Each has an associated pdf, and each pdf is attached.

If you recently attended Int'l CAWSES-II Symposium (Nagoya, Japan), please note Item [4]. Your research results can be published, and in some cases with financial support.

Item [3] is the geophysical-research-related newsletter periodically issued by Dr Christine Amory of France. You can write to her for the French version of the newsletter, which is actually the original version.

For tomorrow's issue of the ISWI Newsletter, I have several messages from Mitko, who has maintained the official ISWI website since the start of ISWI. I always appreciate the great work he is doing for ISWI -- and the closing of the year is right time for me to express my thanks to him and the Bulgaria Academy of Sciences, which supports him.

Please be reminded that CAWSES-II comes to an end on 31 Dec 2013. However, under the management of SCOSTEP, a new program starts up on 13 January 2014, and it is called VarSITI (Variability of the Sun and Its Terrestrial Impact, 2014-2018). Details are at VarSITI will have a mailing list. If interested, please use the form below to get on to it:

****** VarSITI mailing list registration sheet ******
*** Send to ***
first name:
last name:
e-mail address:
interest of projects:
(choose as many as you like):

That is all for today.

Merry Christmas from Japan,
George Maeda
Editor of ISWI Newsletter


(1) Prof. Haubold receives award on behalf of ISWI 500 KB pdf, 2 pages, (click link to document)

(2) flyer: International IEEE Workshop on "Asia-Pacific Satellite Navigation And Positioning", Brisbane, Australia, 26‑28 Feb. 2014 200 KB pdf, one page, (click link to document)

(3) IGRGEA Letter No. 51 DECEMBER 2013, (IGRGEA Int'l Geophysical Research Group /Europe-Africa; Int'l Geophysical Research Group /Europe-Asia) 400 KB pdf, 4 pages, (click link to document)

(4) EPS special issue devoted to Int'l CAWSES-II Symposium (Nov. 18-22, 2013, Nagoya, Japan) now open for submission of papers/letters 32 KB pdf, one page, (click link to document)

If you want to read the original newsletter, click here.