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Each year, during the European Space Weather Week (ESWW) meeting, people from all over the world gather to discuss the latest insights in space weather and to look for answers and ways forward to address the challenges and threats that space weather imposes.  Science, data exploitation, observations, service development, operational models, engineering, industrial challenges/sectors, amongst others, are all relevant and highly-important aspects related to space weather.

Topical Discussion Meetings (TDMs) are a principal component of ESWW where participants can directly contribute content.  One of the strengths of the ESWW meeting is that the participants can contribute largely to its content. TDMs are an important part of the programme and are organised primarily to allow plenty of room for discussion and debate.

TDMs are of such importance to the ESWW that despite the challenges of the ongoing COVID-19 emergency, the Local Organising Committee (LOC) and Programme Committee (PC) are committed to making the TDMs work fruitfully. We are investigating ways in which TDMs may be supported in a hybrid in-person and virtual meeting. We envisage both in-person and online delivery of presentations (orals/posters/quick views), and we are working on ways to enable as fully engaging TDM experience as possible for those not able to attend in person.

The TDM Proposers will be informed as soon as possible about the final form and the platform on which the virtual part of ESWW2021 and TDMs will be delivered.

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Tuesday, 26
October 2021


  • COSPAR International Space Weather Action Teams: A global Hub for Collaborations Addressing Challenges Across the Field of Space Weather
  • Arrival time and impact of Coronal Mass Ejections: A user story
  • Improving our Sun-to-Belts nowcasting and forecasting capabilities
  • Advances in machine learning and computer vision applications for space weather

Wednesday, 27
October 2021


  • Solar Energetic Particle Model Validation
  • CGMS Steps to improve the provision of in-orbit space weather observations to users
  • PITHIA-NRF: The European Commission H2020 Plasmasphere Ionosphere and Thermosphere Integrated Research Environment and TransNational Access Services
  • ESA SWE Service Network - Geomagnetic Disturbance Warnings for Power System Operators

Thursday, 28
October 2021


  • Developing operational SpWx products to support systems impaired by ionospheric effects
  • Current status, issues and space weather applications of the global neutron monitor network
  • ISWAT G3 (Near-Earth Space Radiation and Plasma Environment) cluster progress report and next-step discussions
  • Discussing the interest of a platform to bridge the gap between operational and institutional fields

Thursday, 28
October 2021


  • SANSA's Space Weather Centre: Becoming Operational
  • Towards coordinated validation activities within the space weather community

Friday, 29
October 2021


  • Quo Vadis European Space Weather and Space Climate Community?
  • Two years of space weather service for aviation - lessons learned and future prospects
  • Nanosatellites for Space Weather Monitoring
  • Space Weather Business Needs and Solutions