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European Space Weather Week 2021 - Building Resilience to Impact

Welcome to the 17th European Space Weather Week web pages, postponed from 2020 due to the global corona virus pandemic. The LOC in conjunction with the PC are working behind the scenes on the planning and implementation of ESWW17/ESWW2021. In light of the on-going and variant situation we are continuously making updates to the website with details on how this event will be delivered.

The event will go ahead as a fully hybrid meeting (with in-person and online attendance), with the back-up being completely online should we be unable to meet in Glasgow due to Government guidelines. At present both Scottish and UK Government expect a re-opening of indoor events by the end of the Summer and therefore our plan to go ahead with a hybrid meeting is still current (as of 30 June 2021). For updated Scottish and UK guidance, please see our Travel page.

Please check back periodically for updates or email to be added to the mailing list. 

The ESWW is the main annual event in the European Space Weather calendar. It is an international meeting organised annually within the European Region in collaboration with prominent members of the European space weather community. It began as a forum for the European Space Weather community and has since grown into an international event with global attendance.

ESWW17 will again adopt the central aim of bringing together the diverse groups in Europe working on different aspects of Space Weather and Space Climate: such as scientists, engineers, satellite operators, power grid technicians, communication and navigation specialists, people working in aviation, space weather service providers, STEM* practitioners. The ESWW is highly interdisciplinary by nature and actively promotes investigation of new technologies and approaches e.g. machine learning in a space weather context.

ESWW is an excellent place to meet people, to exchange knowledge and ideas, to discuss the latest on solar activity, how space weather influences the earth environment and our technologies, and how to deal with space weather.

*STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics