The MSG-187 Space Weather Environmental Modeling Workshop, conducted in a hybrid mode at CMDR COE on 28-29 September 2023, concluded with remarkable success. The event was attended by experts and key stakeholders from the field of space weather modelling and environmental impact assessment.
Opening the workshop, COL Orlin Nikolov delivered insightful opening remarks and provided a comprehensive overview of the agenda, setting the stage for two days of intensive discussions and collaboration.
One of the highlights of the workshop was the participation of Dr. Volker Wilken, a distinguished representative of the German Aerospace Center, Institute for Solar-Terrestrial Physics (SO), Department for Space Weather Impact. Mr. Wilken's presence at CMDR COE underscored the global importance of space weather research and its impacts on various sectors. During the workshop was explored advancements in hardware and software design, with a particular emphasis on enhancing the modelling capabilities required for space weather research.
Experts exchanged ideas on improving data visualization and graphical representations to enhance the accessibility and understanding of complex space weather data.
Participants collaboratively identified the next steps and action items needed to advance space weather modelling and environmental impact assessment.
Discussions centred on the enhancement of technical architecture, with a focus on optimizing the tools and infrastructure used in space weather research.
The workshop addressed the long-term vision and development roadmap for space weather modelling, ensuring its continued relevance and effectiveness.
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The course aims at building skills enabling the integration of comprehensive crisis management and disaster response (CMDR) and humanitarian assistance (HA) perspectives in exercise planning.
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