Session 9 - Medal session
Jean Lilensten and the medal committee
Tuesday 19/11, 17:15-18:30
This session will allow the winners of the three international space weather and space climate medals to present their work during a 20 mn invited talk each. Over the years, these medals have become the most prestigious recognition in space weather worldwide. Three medals are attributed during the ESWW:
The Kristian Birkeland Medal for Space Weather and Space Climate, for combining basic and applied research to develop useful space weather or space climate products that are being used outside the research community, and/or across scientific research disciplines.
The Baron Marcel Nicolet Medal for Space Weather and Space Climate recognizes a unique ability to bind the space weather and space climate community in a spirit of peace and friendship, to educate within the space weather and space climate community, to go also beyond the space weather and space climate research community and address larger audiences, and/or to serve the space weather and the space climate.
The Alexander Chizhevsky Medal for Space Weather and Space Climate rewards a young researcher for outstanding achievements in space weather or space climate with an innovative approach.
Tuesday November 19, 17:15 - 18:30, Elisabeth