Students, undergraduate, and early graduate students are invited to join the second Space Weather Simulation Summer School to be held at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, July 24 - August 5, 2023. The goal of the summer school is to prepare students to gain skills that are required for science researchers. Specifically, the school teaches coding and how to code well, as well as how to write simulations. One of the many things covered are reading real space instrument data and making plots in python, documentation, and solving non-linear equations on a grid. Financial support is available for students.
The deadline for applications is May 1st.
Link to online application form: link)
For more information, please email Qusai Al Shidi
The NSF funded 2023 Incoherent Scatter Radar (ISR) Summer School (in-person) is planned to be held at University of Alaska Fairbanks between July 17-22. The summer school’s goal is to train students in the theory and concepts of incoherent scatter radar, and allows for hands-on opportunities to design and run experiments at ISR facilities. This year’s school will focus on high-latitude / auroral observations using the Poker Flat ISR (PFISR) as a part of the NSF supported Geospace Facility.

We encourage graduate/advanced undergraduate students to apply for the school. The program funds participants from the U.S. institutions, and international students who wish to participate can apply if their university/organization is willing to cover their travel expenses. The program web site is link)
The deadline for application submission is March 24, 2023.
The 2023 Polar Aeronomy and Radio Science (PARS) summer school will be held in person at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and the High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) between August 1-10, 2023. The summer school provides faculty, graduate, and advanced undergraduate students with exposure to the National Science Foundation (NSF) Subauroral Geophysical Observatory (SAGO) for Space Physics and Radio Science and the HAARP research site in Gakona, Alaska.
Graduate and advanced undergraduate students are encouraged to apply for the school, and attendance is limited. Those candidates who are selected for the 2023 PARS summer school and are enrolled at U.S. Universities/institutions will receive travel support and accommodation to attend this event. Self-funded students from institutions in other countries are welcome to apply as well.
Website: link)
Deadline for applications: March 31, 2023
JIREP is an international internship program organized by Geophysical Institute of Peru (IGP) at the Jicamarca Radio Observatory in Lima, Peru that is offered to junior/senior undergraduate and/or first and second year graduate students. The program will cover travel expenses (to and from Lima) as well as a reasonable stipend. Since the Observatory is located outside the city of Lima, transportation also will be provided. This is the opportunity to gain valuable international work experience and get to know Peru, a multicultural country, full of traditions, with an award-winning gastronomy and vast nature reserves.

More information about our program is available on our website: link)

Application deadline: February 24th, 2023

NASA Heliophysics Summer School - Call for 2023 Students (Opportunity: March 3, 2023)

By: miker  on: Thu., Feb. 23, 2023 11:10 AM EST  (767 Reads)
UCAR | CPAESS is accepting applications for the NASA Heliophysics Summer School which focuses on the physics of space weather events that start at the Sun and influence atmospheres, ionospheres, and magnetospheres throughout the solar system. This year’s theme is Observational Heliophysics.
Program website: link)
The Summer School has two sections. There will be a remote phase from July 17-21, 2023; and an in-person phase from August 7-11, 2023. The summer school has been expanded to include a remote phase so that more people can participate. Admission is competitive; up to 50 students are selected to attend each year.
Application deadline: March 3, 2023.

New VT SuperDARN website under development

By: miker  on: Fri., Feb. 10, 2023 03:18 PM EST  (339 Reads)
A new website displaying news and information is being developed by the Virginia Tech SuperDARN group. The principal authors are Virginia Tech undergraduate Ethan (Duke) Hill and Dr. Bharat Kunduri. Several new features are available there including a one-click real-time display of data from the Virginia Tech radars (derived from the University of Saskatchewan real-time display) and the draft of a website where users can easily generate an Acknowledgement statement for use of radar data. The link to the website is link)

Real-time display: 'Radars v Realtime Data'

Please note that this is an active work area with offline periods likely!
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