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Associated Events
A number of organizations will take advantage of the presence of their members at the COSPAR Assembly to organize scientific, business, or social events. The COSPAR Secretariat encourages all groups organizing Associated Events to make them known so that they can be listed in Assembly materials (web, Call for Papers, Program, app, etc.) as appropriate.

Below please find a list of Associated Events brought to the attention of the Secretariat to date:

International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) Day
09:30 - 16:00, Saturday, 13 July 2024. Open to all participants.

The International Academy of Astronautics will host its regular Academy Day at the COSPAR Scientific Assembly on Saturday, 13 July 2024, 9:30 – 16:00. Updates on current Academy activities will be provided by IAA leaders. The highlight of Academy Day however will be a technical program comprised of four or five invited lectures on the latest results from Earth and space science research. Featured lectures will be presented by renowned scientists in the respective fields of space science including astronomy, Earth science, heliophysics and planetary science. Lectures will be tailored for a scientifically savvy audience most of whom are not experts in the particular field of the specific lectures. Details will be posted in spring 2024.

ISES (International Space Environment Service) Meeting
Saturday, 20 July 2024 (Closed)

International Agency Space Weather Research and Mission Coordination
Wednesday, 17 July 2024, room TBD

This session will begin with short, invited presentations by various space agencies that fund space weather research missions, followed by a focused discussion. The discussion will be centered on the need and characteristics, including membership and scope, of a coordinating body for those agencies that fund space weather applied research and missions. This body would provide a forum to share plans and foster discussions leading to possible collaborations that advance understanding and enable progress of space weather operations and applications. This would not be a decisional body and it would complement, not replace, the current space weather operational coordination groups.