7th Space Climate Symposium: Future of Solar Activity, 8-11 July 2019, Orford, Canada

February 9, 2019, from Ilya Usoskin

Space Climate 7: Future of Solar Activity
8-11 July 2019, Orford, Canada:

The 7th Space Climate Symposium will be held on 8-11 July 2019 in Canton Orford, in Québec’s beautiful Eastern townships, about one hour drive from Montréal.

The scientific program includes the following sessions (and confirmed speakers so far):
Solar dynamo as a driver of space climate (S. Brun, M. Schüssler, J. Warnecke)
Long-term solar activity (H. Hayakawa, A. Muñoz-Jaramillo, A. Pevtsov, K. Tapping)
Solar photosphere and TSI/SSI (N. Krivova, T. Woods)
Solar cycle prediction (M. Dikpati, J. Jiang, D. Pesnell, K. Petrovay, L. Upton)
Solar corona, solar wind and heliosphere (P. Manoharan, G. Petrie, A. Rouillard)
Solar wind-Magnetosphere-Ionosphere interaction (A. Chambodut, A. Pulkkinen, C. Rodger)
Solar Influence on atmosphere and climate (M. Mlynczak, M. Sinnhuber, B. Tinsley)

For registration, abstract submission, accommodation, airport shuttle and else, see the meeting web page:

IMPORTANT DATE: 28 February 2019

This is the early registration deadline. Fee will raise on 1 March 2019.


28 February 2019 is also the submission deadline for abstracts to be considered for a contributed oral presentation. Abstracts for poster presentations can be submitted even later, as long as space for posters or conference premises are filled up.
NOTE: Conference capacity is limited to 120 participants so register and send your abstract as early as possible.


Please let us know (spaceclimate7[at]astro.umontreal.ca) as early as possible if you need an invitation letter for visa application. Note also that meeting participants from countries not requiring an entry visa may still have to file in an Electronic Travel Authorization. See meeting web site for more details. Do not delay visa application, this can be a lengthy process depending on your nationality, country of residence, and/or dual-citizenship status.


Canton Orford is a small countryside village, with no public transportation and very limited taxi services. We highly recommend securing accommodation at the meeting venue, Hotel Estrimont Suites & SPA, taking advantage of the housing package offered.
Please book early, as the Hotel’s capacity is limited.