Development of research capacities in space weather : a successful international cooperation Article - 2021

Christine Amory-Mazaudier, Sandro Radicella, Patricia Doherty, Sharafat Gadimova, Rolland Fleury, Bruno Nava, Emran Anas, Monique Petitdidier, Yenca Migoya-Orué, Katy Alazo-Cuartas, Kazuo Shiokawa

Christine Amory-Mazaudier, Sandro Radicella, Patricia Doherty, Sharafat Gadimova, Rolland Fleury, Bruno Nava, Emran Anas, Monique Petitdidier, Yenca Migoya-Orué, Katy Alazo-Cuartas, Kazuo Shiokawa, « Development of research capacities in space weather : a successful international cooperation  », Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate, 2021, p. 28. ISSN 2115-7251

Abstract

This paper presents an international cooperation which has successfully developed research capacities in the scientific disciplines of sun–earth relations and space weather in many countries over the world during the past decades. This success was based on the deployment of scientific instruments in countries that did not have them, on the sharing of knowledge and research tools, on thesis supervision and on the integration of researchers trained in their country. This article will only focus on aspects of training conducted by ICTP, Boston College, ICG, SCOSTEP and GIRGEA. We will highlight what has been enhanced in international cooperation to achieve this success and what remains to be done.

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