Despite ESWW2020 (ESWW17) being postponed, we are pleased to announce that we are still going ahead with the poster competition.
The competition is to make a design in the theme Global Partnership for the Space Weather Sector. The selected image will be used on the following conference material:
- Website, programme, on site posters and banners, presentations and other ESWW branded items.
Additionally, the designer wins the D4T medal which gives free access to ESWW2022 (ESWW18)
To submit a poster entry, please review the criteria below and when your ready to submit your entry, click here.
- Your submission should reflect the theme – Global Partnership for the Space Weather Sector
- The entry must be original work of the entrant
- We must receive it before the closing date of – 16th August 2020
- We require only a – picture, image or cartoon
- We do not require – text
If your design is selected, you must be able to supply the image as a 300dpi, CMYK file.
By submitting the image you will be deemed to have granted each of the Institute of Physics, the Met Office and the Science and Technology Facilities Council the worldwide right to use, copy, display and distribute your design on any ESWW17 website, website banner, programme, on-site posters and banners, videos, presentations and branded items and on other materials in any format connected to ESWW17.
- Professor Paul Hardaker – CEO at Institute of Physics
- Alison Gardiner – Content and Production Manager, Media Group
- George Burningham – Design Manager at Met Office
- Matt O’Donnell – Advanced Systems Architect, Space Systems at Airbus Defence and Space
- Dr. Jackie Davies – Heliospheric Group Leader at RAL Space
- Timo Laitinen – Post-Doctoral Research Associate at University of Central Lancashire
- Martin White – Health & Wellbeing Programme Manager at PHE, MA in Art and a passion for Space
Previous years' competition designs