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02-06-2021 — European Space Weather Week 2021: Calls for abstracts are now OPEN!
A message from the organization of the European Space Weather Week 2021:
It is with great pleasure to announce that the calls for abstracts for both plenary and parallel sessions as well as for proposals for Topical Discussion Meetings (TDMs) are now OPEN with a deadline of 9th July 2021 for all three cases!
At present, with the ongoing evolving nature of the COVID-19 Pandemic, in conjunction with the LOC and both Scottish and UK Government Guidance, we are planning on a hybrid meeting from Glasgow, Scotland, UK, and over the Zoom platform (i.e. in-person attendance in Glasgow as well as online attendance).
Full details (and as updates are ready to be released) can be found from the ESWW2021/ESWW17 website: http://esww17.iopconfs.org/. For the above-noted submissions, please use the drop-down menu from “Submissions” at the top. For updates on the logistics of the meeting, please use the options from the “Location” drop-down menu paying special attention to the “Travel” option.
We intend to provide an update on the opening of registration by the end of June 2021.
11-05-2021 — Restarting SWENED
We are happy to announce that The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) plans to restart SWENED by organizing a digital get-together. Space WEather NEDerland (SWENED) is a Dutch networking platform where organizations actively working on/with space weather are united. This upcoming meeting, albeit a digital one, will be an opportunity for all partners to share their developments and perhaps stimulate collaboration on research proposals and calls. We plan to revive SWENED with all the original partners whom signed the Memorandum of Understanding (2018) but also intend to make SWENED public to anyone interested, allowing SWENED to have a more informal and less exclusive nature.
The exact date will be announced shortly.