SCOSTEP organizes the Solar–Terrestrial Physics (STP) symposium once every four years.
SCOSTEP is engaged in three major activities: long-term scientific programs, capacity building, and public outreach. The scientific programs are interdisciplinary in nature, involving scientists from around the world. They are designed to advance our understanding of the solar–terrestrial relationship using space- and ground-based observations, cutting-edge models and theory. The ways the Sun affects the Earth and its environment over various time scales is the underlying theme of the scientific programs pursued under SCOSTEP.
SCOSTEP is pleased to announce that the SCOSTEP’s 15th Quadrennial Solar-Terrestrial Physics (STP-15) Symposium will be held in Alibag, India on February 21-25, 2022. The LOC Chair is Dr. S. Gurubaran of the Indian Institute of Geomagnetism (IIG). This symposium will aim to gather eminent scientists from solar, magnetospheric, ionospheric, and atmospheric physics communities to discuss and deliberate on the cutting-edge sciences pertaining to STP. STP-15 will primarily address the predictability as a focus area in each of the traditional topics deliberated upon during the earlier STP meetings, namely, the mass and radiation chains and intra-atmospheric coupling.