The International School of Space Science of the Consorzio Interuniversitario per la Fisica Spaziale organizes a Course on “Ground and space-based instruments for future research in Solar-Terrestrial physics”, to be held in L’Aquila, Italy, June 6-10, 2016, at the Gran Sasso Science Institute and directed by F. Berrilli, S. Jefferies, C. Scotto.
The course is designed for PhD students and young post-doctoral researchers. The school will offer an interactive, hands-on approach to the computational and experimental techniques that will be applied in the next generation of ground- and space-based instruments for solar-terrestrial physics related research. In particular, a mix of experienced scientists and engineers will provide an integrated overview of the experimental techniques that are being applied in the observation and forecasting of Solar Activity, Space Weather, and the conditions in the Earth’s magnetosphere and ionosphere: all of which are important components of Space Situational Awareness.
The program and the list of the lecturers are available in the attached poster.
Applications are due before May 27th 2016 through the School website http://www.cifs-isss.org/application.