The International Union of Radio Science (URSI) will be holding their triennial AT-RASC meeting in Gran Canaria from 19-24 May 2024.
Amongst the many sessions focused on the space environment within Commissions G and H, is Session GH1 on “Data assimilation in for the near-Earth space environment”.
Data assimilation has become an integral tool to combine multi-sensor observations for the study of the near-Earth space environment. Radio propagation represents an integral element of data assimilation in this domain, given the availability of radio and EM instruments capable of directly or indirectly remote sensing the near-Earth space environment. Augmenting space environment modelling through data assimilation enables novel discoveries and advances in radio propagation that could represent fundamental advances in the field of radio science.
This session encourages submissions related to ionospheric, thermospheric, magnetospheric, or mesospheric data assimilation including new methods, systems, validation, or measurements.
For more information check out the AT-RASC website here
Information for abstract submission can be found here
The abstract submission form is here
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