The 16th European Space Weather Week which took place last week in Liege, Belgium was a major international event gathering people from different communities working on various aspects of Space Weather.
The meeting was a great opportunity for the project team to present LOFAR4SW to a wider audience of possible future users. The project was presented at the meeting in different ways. Participants have opportunity to visit the project poster:
“Lofar4SpaceWeather: Towards Space Weather Monitoring with Europe’s Largest Radio Telescope: Status at Mid Term Review.” (link)
and meet the project team representatives. The newsletter and leaflet with project description were distributed and are available to download on the website (newsletter, leaflet).
Also two short users meetings took place on Tuesday. The project team presented an introduction to the main aims and capabilities of the designed LOFAR for Space Weather infrastructure. The discussion with invited participants showed that the project was enthusiastically received. Attendants were also asked to complete User Questionnaire to provide feedback on selected future project outcomes.
If you are interested in the LOFAR4SW project and wish to help with adjusting it to the space weather community needs, please complete our extended user questionnaire:
Extended LOFAR4SW User Questionnaire.