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PESAN DAN TANGGAPAN :
2012 International Space Weather Initiative School of Science
Oleh : T. Djamaluddin
Jumat, 10 Februari 2012 (09:21 WIB) dari IP 22.214.171.124
The International Space Weather Initiative (ISWI) is a program of international cooperation to advance the space weather science by a combination of instrument deployment, analysis and interpretation of space weather data from the deployed instruments in conjunction with space data, and communicate the results to the public and students. ISWI is a follow-up activity to the successful IHY 2007, but focusing exclusively on space weather. The goal of the ISWI is to develop the scientific insight necessary to understand the science, and to reconstruct and forecast near-Earth space weather. This includes instrumentation, data analysis, modeling, education, training, and public outreach. ISWI has conducted many programs not only to popularise space science all over the world but also to create favorable conditions for joint research and training in some sort of global framework. In the framework of IHY and ISWI, some research groups have been established in the several countries. In order to establish the strong space research group, particularly in Asia Oceania, a training of young students and researchers is necessary. In the framework of this program, the Space Science Center of National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN) is honored to host the ISWI School in Space Science, the school for young solar physicists and geophysicists, to be held in 17-26 September 2012. The present school is a continuation of successfully previous ISWI Schools which were conducted in Ethiophia on 2010, and in Slovakia on 2011. Its major objectives include teaching the fundamental knowledge and skills in :
»Fundamental and Space Physics
»Computational Space Physics
»Solar and Terrestrial Physics
»Analysis of Space-based Data and Interpretation
The school also offers as specials session Magnetic Data Acquisition System (MAGDAS) observation and data analysis wich will be provided by Space Environment Research Center (SERC) Kyushu University Japan.
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