The International Space Weather Camp is coming to South Africa for the third time since its inception in 2011. Initially the ISWC (formerly JSWSC, Joint Space Weather Summer Camp) was a partnership between DLR, University of Rostock and the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH). In 2015 the collaboration was extended with SANSA joining DLR and the University of Alabama Huntsville in participating and hosting in a trilateral arrangement.
- be final year BSc/BEng/Honours or Masters Students in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science or Electronics.
- be South African citizens or permanent residents.
- have a valid passport with at least 2 open pages or proof that the applicant has applied for a passport as the Camp includes international travel to the USA.
Successful applicants will be fully funded to participate in the ISWC.
Funding will include transport, accommodation, meals, and USA visa.
Applications are now open and will closes on 28 February 2020.