Participants who are planning to join in-person in Glasgow, please note the deadline to secure your accommodation through Glasgow City Marketing Bureau is 13 September 2021

t06 - Improving our Sun-to-Belts nowcasting and forecasting capabilities

Ioannis A. Daglis (Department of Physics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens), Stefaan Poedts (Department of Mathematics, KU Leuven), Afroditi Nasi (Department of Physics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)

TDM type: 3. Service/Project Feedback

There is a recognized need for accurate nowcasting and forecasting of the Van Allen radiation belts, as they are a space hazard posing significant risks for spacecraft. The three space weather projects selected for funding in 2019 by the European Commission (EUHFORIA 2.0, PAGER and SafeSpace) deal with all aspects of solar disturbance identification, the propagation of the resulting interplanetary disturbances to geospace and with the effects of these disturbances on the Van Allen belts, but also on other parts of geospace. The presentations on the concept, objectives, achievements and challenges of three EC projects, focusing on different aspects of the Sun-to-Belts chain,will be followed by active interaction with the participants.

Approaching deadlines:

Hotel booking deadline:

13 September 2021

Registration deadline:

01 October 2021

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