Registration for ESWW 2021 is now closed.


  • Mario M. Bisi (UKRI STFC RAL Space) (Chair)
  • Alexi Glover (ESA) (Vice Chair)
  • Peter Beck (Seibersdorf Laboratories)
  • Anna Belehaki (NOA) [Ex officio -  JSWSC]
  • Volker Bothmer (UGOE)
  • Ellen Clarke (BGS)
  • Barbara-Ann Curran (Met Office) [Ex Officio - LOC]
  • Claire Garland (IOP) [Ex Officio - LOC]
  • Thierry Dudok de Wit (University of Orléans)
  • Ewan Haggarty (Geo Satellite Ops -Retired)
  • David Jackson (Met Office) [Ex Officio - ISES]
  • Piers Jiggens (ESA)
  • Jean Lilensten (CNRS-IPAG) [Ex Officio - Space Weather and Space Climate Medals]
  • Juha-Pekka Luntama (ESA) [Ex Officio - ESA]
  • Barbara Matyjasiak (CBK-PAN)
  • Mauro Messerotti (INAF/University of Trieste)
  • Stefaan Poedts (KU Leuven) [EX-Officio - SWWT]
  • Klaus Sievers (Vereinigung Cockpit e.V.)
  • Ronald Van der Linden (ROB)
  • Barbara-Ann Curran (Met Office) (Chair) 
  • Mario M. Bisi (UKRI STFC RAL Space) (Vice Chair)
  • Claire Garland (IOP) (Vice Chair)
  • Mark Gibbs (Met Office)
  • Nic Capstaff (BEIS)
  • Jackie Davies (UKRI STFC RAL Space)
  • Mike Willis (UKSA)
  • Matt Angling (Spire) [Local to venue]
  • Hina Khan (Spire) [Local to venue]
  • Jonathan Eastwood (Imperial College London)
  • Lucie Green (UCL-MSSL) [Outreach - coordination with PR Teams]
  • Anthony Yeates (Durham University)
  • Rob Fear (University of Southampton)
  • Ewan Haggarty
  • Matt O’Donnell (Airbus DS UK)
  • Timo Laitinen (UCLAN)
  • Mark Lester (University of Leicester)
  • Reuben Wright (Deimos Space UK)
  • Sean Elvidge (University of Birmingham) [PhD Student Coordinator]
  • Shaun Bloomfield (Northumbria University)
Student Committee
  • Ben Boyde
  • Frederik Dahl Masden
  • Elizabeth George
  • Mike Heyns
  • Luke Nugent
  • Georgia Walls
  • Guanren Wang
  • Ewelina Florczak

ESWW strives to promote practices to reduce its environmental impact, including the reduction of the carbon footprint of travel. ESWW2021/ESWW17 also wants to raise awareness for the need to preserve and protect our space environment for use by future generations. For ESWW2021/ESWW17 we are already making positive changes regarding the meeting's environmental impact, for example by supplying re-useable coffee cups and water bottles (rather than single-use items). The offering of a fully hybrid meeting, for the first time, also reduces the need for travel this year.