The Space Weather Awareness Training Network (SWATNet) establishes a unique PhD network in the field of heliosphysics. The project aims at breakthroughs in our physical understanding of key agents of Space Weather at Earth.
This Consortium consists of nine Parties from eight European countries (Finland, Greece, Hungary, Belgium, UK, Italy, Poland and Portugal), as well as several recognized companies in the field.
12 PhD theses
SWATNet educates 12 PhD students in the field of heliosphysics with training by experienced supervisors in highly international research environments
Students will achieve a set of versatile transferable skills through day-to-day research work and training with our industry partners
Student projects focus on analysing and forecasting solar activity and space weather with cutting-edge and interdisciplinary research techniques
SWATNet has received funding from European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Grant Agreement No 955620