Mar 4 – 5, 2024
online - zoom platform
Europe/Brussels timezone

The course is fully booked. If you want to participate in the next edition, reach out to us (email in the left menu). You will be the first to know when we have a new date. 

The next edition will be scheduled in the afternoon CET to facilitate participation from a different time zone.

This course is intended as an entry course on Space Weather for aviation. It provides an elementary overview over the relevant aspects of space weather without invoking complicated background physics. The course is intended for staff that will be providing Space Weather information to aviation and for staff who needs to understand ICAO Space Weather Advisories.

The course takes place on Monday AM and Tuesday AM.

Audio and Video: a must have.

We will use zoom. Participants are expected to have audio and video. Participants need to be able to speak. 


The fee is 200 EUR. During registration you will be asked for the info needed to make an invoice. Note that the STCE doesn't charge VAT.

Fee reductions/waivers are available for priority user groups.

If your institute will send us a purchase order for your participation to the SWIC, please make sure that this purchase order contains the information: 'Participation of "YOUR NAME" to the SWIC'.

Payment can be made through bank transfer or by Paypal using this QR code:


This is an organisation of the Solar-Terrestrial Centre of Excellence

online - zoom platform


The content focuses on Space Weather and Space Weather advisories in the domains GNSS, HF com and radiation at FL including the effects on human-made infrastructure and its functionality used in aviation. 

We discuss solar eruptions of very high-energy matter and electromagnetic radiation which inject massive amounts of energy in the Earth's magnetosphere and ionosphere leading to pronounced impact on navigation, communication and leading to an increase of harmful particle radiation. 

Participants are expected to have a basic understanding of waves, particles, vectors, magnetic field, electric currents, etc.