International School on Equatorial and low-latitude ionosphere (ISELION 2018)
The International School on Equatorial and low-latitude ionosphere (ISELION2018) was held at Bandung, Indonesia on 5-9 March 2018. Participants are 40 students and young scientists from 7 countries of Egypt, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, Philippines, and Vietnam. Six lecturers (Nurul Shazana Abdul Hamid, Buldan Muslim, Kazuo Shiokawa, Yoshimasa Tanaka, Mamoru Yamamoto, and Tatsuhiro Yokoyama) introduced ionospheric dynamics, measurement techniques including radars, Spread-F/plasma bubbles, and space weather for four days of Mon-Wed and Fri. A visit of Sumedang Observatory of LAPAN and practice of ionogram processing was held on Thursday. Participants enjoyed lively discussions with the lecturers and mutual communications during this one-week school. Details of the school are available at http://pussainsa.sains.lapan.go.id/event/iselion2018/. This school was supported by LAPAN, ISEE/Nagoya University, JSPS core-to-core program B. Asia-Africa Science Platforms, PSTEP project, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), and SCOSTEP.
Participants of ISELION2018