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The Third International Conference on Storms, Substorms, and Space Weather (ICSSSW)
Storms and Substorms are major disturbances that can affect adversely our societal activities, such as in our communication and navigation via satellite operations in space as well as in electric power grids on the ground. Much progress in our understanding of these natural calamities have been made in several recent satellite missions (e.g., WIND, Geotail, Polar, CLUSTER, Double Star, IMAGE, THEMIS, TWINS, Van Allen Probes) and ground-based projects (e.g., Chinese Meridian Project, CANOPUS, THEMIS GBO). This International Conference solicits presentations related to space disturbances, in particular, geomagnetic storms and substorms, through satellite and ground-based observations, numerical modeling, or forecasting based on empirical as well as first principle methods.
The Third International Conference on Storms, Substorms, and Space Weather (ICSSSW) will be held on November 3-7, 2013 in Shenzhen, China.