Important Information : Upload of Presentations

In order to improve the conference unfolding, authors are kindly invited to upload their presentation(s) on the following ftp server: Authors can login using the username: esww4 (password: SpaceWeather).

Important Information : proceedings

Scientific and Technical papers presented at the conference will form a special issue of a refereed journal. Authors intending to submit a paper to the proceedings should email as soon as possible, and not later than 20th March. Detailed submission details will follow in response.

The next European Space Weather Week will take place at the Royal Library of Belgium, Brussels, from Monday 5th November to Friday 9th November 2007.

This meeting is being jointly organised by the Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB), ESA , the SWWT and the COST 724 communities. The local organisation is done by the SIDC of the ROB. This event continues to build on the advances made during the first three European Space Weather Weeks held between 2004 and 2006. The workshop again adopts the central aim of bringing together communities working on diverse elements of space weather.

This year’s meeting will include one full day dedicated to the final presentation of the COST 724 action dedicated to “ Developing the Scientific Basis for Monitoring, Modelling and Predicting Space Weather”. This will be followed by three and a half days split into a number of topical plenary sessions and splinter meetings. The central focus this year is again bridging the gap between scientific activities and applications. The topics addressed and session breakdowns will reflect this. The meeting highlights recent advances in both scientific and applications based domains, focussing on a number of topical thematic issues. The meeting will also explore community development and investigate possible routes towards the creation of a sustainable space weather activity in Europe through a dedicated session and several business meetings.