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ISSS 2018 course posterThe GRAPE Expert Group announces the 2018 school "Polar Upper Atmosphere: from Science to Operational Issues", to be held at the International School of Space Science in L'Aquila, Italy on 17-21 September 2018.

The school is mainly aimed at graduate and post-graduate students with an enthusiastic interest in this topic.  The goal of the school is to foster excitement and encourage involvement of the next generation of space researchers in studies of the geospace environment of Polar Regions. The importance of these regions is rapidly growing due to modern society’s dependence on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) services and products, strongly affected by ionospheric variability at high latitudes. Topics will focus on the infrastructures for multi-instrument monitoring, data management from sub auroral to polar latitudes, the need for specialized models of the upper atmosphere, and the development of mitigation algorithms to improve GNSS services and products.

Some financial support is available for a limited number of students.  Applications, including a brief curriculum vitae, should be made through the school website's application page. The deadline for applications is 5 May 2018.

For more information, see the pdf 2018 school course poster (998 KB) or visit the International School of Space Science website.

The course is co-sponsored by SCAR's GRAPE Expert Group.

The minutes of the GRAPE Expert Group side meeting at the 2016 SCAR Open Science Conference, held on 2016-08-21 at the Renaissance Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, are available here.

 

Events, meetings, actions, etc. are available on the GRAPE website.