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May 23, 2017

Recorded in Washington DC, on May 18, 2017.

The Embassy of Italy, the U.S. Department of State, and Secure World Foundation held a discussion on space weather as a global challenge with a focus on research, operations and preparedness. This event updated the international community on progress made toward implementing the U.S. National Space Weather Strategy and advances in Italy, Europe, and beyond.  

Featuring space-weather experts from across the world, the morning's three panels focused on space weather research and observations, space weather services, and industry perspectives. Following lunch, the participants gathered for technical discussions about improving research and observation, developing international frameworks, and enhancing preparedness. 

Speakers

  • H.E. Armando Varricchio
  • Prof. Roberto Battiston
  • Dr. Jonathan Margolis
  • Ms. Victoria Samson
  • Mr. Steven Clarke
  • Prof. Alberto Buzzoni
  • Dr. Paul Shepson
  • Dr. Mamoru Ishii
  • Dr. William Lapenta
  • Dr. Leonardo Sagnotti
  • Dr. Juergen Drescher
  • Gen. Luigi Del Bene
  • Mr. Ralph Stoffler
  • Mr. Ken Hodgkins
  • Mr. Bob Jackson
  • Mr. Frank Koza
  • Mr. Vincenzo Giorgio
  • Mr. Ignazio Droghini
  • Mr. Marco Brancati
  • Mr. Stefano Cesare

More details can be found at the event page on the SWF website.

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