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The 2nd APSCO & ISSI-BJ Space Science School with EISCAT on "Study Space Weather Effects From the Sun to the Ground"

10th October 2018   -   10th October 2018
Sensing Satellite Ground Station, San, China


This is the second joint space science school organized between the Asia-Pacific Space Cooperation Organization (APSCO) and the International Space Science Institute in Beijing (ISSI-BJ). The 2018 school is also co-organized with the EISCAT Scientific Association (EISCAT). It is intended to promote a biennial School on space sciences for Master’s and Ph.D. students, as well as post-doctoral and early career scientists or engineers. This school will provide the participants with the in-depth knowledge of the science of Space Weather, observational methods and its relevance to applications from the Sun to the ground. While there are many different ground-based measurements of space weather and its effects, in this school we will focus on the use of incoherent scatter radars as operated by EISCAT. The school will build links between participants and between teachers and participants in order to facilitate future collaboration in Space Weather. The School is open to 60 selected science and engineering participants. The participants are requested in the registration form, to select in which working group they wish to work. The working language of the School is English.