CEDAR email: (Deadline Extended to 1 March) AGS2019-Space Weather-Egypt

Prof. Ayman Mahrous director at spaceweather.edu.eg
Fri Feb 15 12:17:31 MST 2019

Dear Colleagues

We are pleased to invite you to the conference 'African Geophysical Society
(AGS) Conference on Space Weather 2019', to be held in Cairo, EGYPT, from
25-28 March 2019.

Space weather is a global challenge that requires improved and sustained
international coordination to respond to severe space weather events.
There is a need for advanced space weather models, forecast tools and
data-sharing, which is the main concern of AGS2019 sessions.
AGS2019 sessions will discuss the global forecast, nowcast and space
weather warning capabilities needed to improve predictions and preparedness
for space weather events.
In the context of that topic, AGS2019 will height the need of more
international cooperation and effort toward establishing a global space
weather warning network.
In addition to the enrichment of scientific knowledge and research
capability committed to the young African researchers ,
ASG2019 would be an effective tool to raise the awareness on impacts of
space weather phenomenon among African policymakers, designers and

• Solar active phenomena
• Space Weather prediction and forecasting
• Ionospheric Irregularities and Geomagnetic Disturbances
• GNSS and Communication systems
• Space Environment effects on Satellite Systems
• Space Weather and Climate Change
• Space Weather Hazards

The excellent Conference Venue is located in Cataract Pyramids Resort;5
star international standard hotel; which has unique location with beautiful
panorama of the great Pyramids.


Kindly circulate this announcement between your colleagues.

Hope to see you soon in Egypt.


Prof. Ayman M. Mahrous
Professor of Space Weather
Helwan University
Space Weather Monitoring Center (SWMC)
Fax.: +202-2555-2468
Tel.:  +202-2764-5257
Mobile: +2-0100-267-8948

Prof. Ayman M. Mahrous
Helwan University,
Faculty of Science,
Physics Department,
Ain Helwan, 11795 EGYPT
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