This year, the hybrid Fall AGU annual meeting will take place in Chicago, IL, USA, and online – 12-16 December 2022.
We hope you will consider submitting an abstract to our session “SH020: Pathways to the Future of Space Weather as Seen by Early Career Members of the Community”, especially if you are within the first ~12 years of your career – please can you pass on to your early-career colleagues that may not be on these mailing lists. The session details are below.
To submit an abstract to our session, please go to: https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm22/prelim.cgi/Session/161707 (you will need to log in) and click on the “Submit an Abstract to this Session” link near the top. Deadline for submissions is: 03 August 2022 23:59 EDT – 04 August 2022 03:59 GMT/UT
We look forward to seeing you either in person or virtually in and from Chicago in December,
Mario and Antti.
SH020: Pathways to the Future of Space Weather as Seen by Early Career Members of the Community (SH and SM co-convened, SA, P, and NH cross-listed)
We have an ever-increasing vulnerability to potential space-weather (SW) impacts due to Society’s continuously-growing reliance on advanced/novel technologies. To better-mitigate and/or forecast SW effects on critical infrastructures, we must evaluate what has been achieved in the past, what critical elements are needing to be worked on now, and where things need to go in the immediate/near-mid future (1-10 years horizons).
In this year’s session, the eighth incarnation since 2015, the panel and contributed talks will focus on early-career views about the future of SW. What has been achieved thus far, where are the commonalities/cross-collaboration opportunities, and where unified pathways to the future can be developed.
For this session, we welcome early-career planning-for-the-future contributions on all aspects of SW including observations/measurements and theory/modelling as well as direct engineering considerations for SW impacts.
Primary Convenor: Mario M. Bisi (UKRI STFC RAL Space, UK)
Co-Convenor: Antti A. Pulkkinen (NASA/GSFC, USA)