Space Weather describes the conditions in space that affect Earth and its technological systems: this sentence is read in less then a minute. But it takes so much more time to learn, understand and act.

Space Weather as you have never seen it
The 6th edition of the tutorial offers again a variety of space weather information and fun. Four groups of students will present a project on which they worked during the Alpback 2013 summer school. A few wise scientists will visit us and entertain us with a special space weather experience. We end with the traditional space weather suspence and gambling.

Check it out on Monday November 18, 10:00-12:30, Scala 2+3+4, and talk it over during the sandwich lunch afterwards.


10:00-10:20 CARETAKER - Coronal Analysis Reporting to Earth To Allow Keeping Everything Running Arjan Meskers (The Netherlands)
Oscar Miles (UK)
10:20-10:40 PAC2MAN - Photospheric And Chromospheric and Coronal Magnetic field ANalyser Markus Scheucher (Austria)
Sophie Musset (France)
10:40-11:00 ADONIS - Atmospheric Drag, Occultation 'N' Ionospheric Scintillation Nikolaos Perakis (Germany)
Melinda Dosa (Hungary)
11:00-11:30Coffee Break
11:30-11:50 OSCAR - Observatories of Solar Corona and Active Regions Emil Kraaikamp (Belgium)
Christoffer Stausland (Norway)
Bernhard Seifert (Austria)
11:50-12:00 Alpbach - Questions & Answers
12:00-12:05 Let me introduce you to CLASSROOM Norma Crosby
12:05-12:20 The Wise Scientist Show Jean Lilensten (France)
Manuella Temmer (Austria)
Thanassis Katsiyannis (Greece)
12:20-12:30The Finger Quiz with the space weather one arm jack bandit

Info about the Alpbach projects

It was the eHEROES consortium that set up the tutorial. Special thanks to Arjan, Oscar, Markus, Sophie, Nikolaos, Melinda, Emil, Christoffer, Bernhard of the Alpach school and the wise scientists Jean, Thanassis and Manuella.