September 19-22, 2022 in Krakow, Poland
NOTE: Deadline for oral abstracts extended until May 31, 2022
Dear Colleagues and Friends!
Space Climate 8: Climate in Space and on Earth will be held in Krakow, Poland, on September 19-22, 2022. This will be an on-site only meeting.
Details on venue, registration, scientific program, accommodation etc., can be found at the meeting web site: https://spaceclimate8.uph.edu.pl/.
For questions related to the meeting, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Abstract deadline for oral contributions (Extended): 31.05.2022
Abstract deadline for poster contributions: 30.06.2022
Early bird registration deadline: 31.05.2022
The objective of Space Climate is to better understand the long-term variation of solar activity, and its impacts in the heliosphere, including the Earth’s space environment, atmosphere and climate.
Sessions and Conveners:
Solar and stellar dynamo as a driver of space climate, Kristof Petrovay
Long-term solar activity, Andres Munoz-Jaramillo
Special solar-terrestrial events and extremes, Hugh Hudson
Solar photosphere and chromosphere, Robertus von Fay-Siebenburgen
Solar corona, Pete Riley
Solar wind and heliospheric magnetic field, Nat Gopalswamy
Solar wind-magnetosphere-ionosphere interaction, Hanna Rothkaehl
Total and spectral irradiance, Natalie Krivova
Solar influence on atmosphere and climate: Particle effects, Miriam Sinnhuber
Solar TSI/SSI effects to ground and stratosphere, Bernd Funke
Solar effects to upper atmosphere, Martin Mlynczak
Solar effects to troposphere, Radan Huth
Invited speakers include Nicolas Brehm, Theodosios Chatzistergos, Sandip Dhomse, Mausumi Dikpati, Annika Drews, Lynn Harvey, Hiyashi Hayakawa, Marianna Korsós, Jiajia Liu, Fusa Miyake, Michał Ostrowski, Kristell Perot, Liying Qian, Erik Richard, Sami Solanki, Shin Toriumi, Jose Vaquero.
We have a great pleasure to invite you to Space Climate 8 in Krakow!
Agnieszka Gil, Kalevi Mursula, Ilya Usoskin and Paul Charbonneau
On behalf of SOC and LOC
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