The Case Amateur Radio Club will host the annual HamSCI conference, a forum for ham radio operators and space scientists to study the effects of space weather on radio propagation. The conference will be March 22–23, with most events taking place in the Dively Building, Room 202.
This year’s workshop, hosted at Case Western Reserve in conjunction with the New Jersey Institute of Technology, will feature speakers from NASA, MIT and the American Radio Relay League. Attendees will participate in tours of the Larry Sears and Sally Zlotnick Sears think[box] and the Case Amateur Radio Club (W8EDU), and close out Saturday evening with a screening of Contact with the CWRU Film Society.
The conference represents an important step in preparations for an ambitious nationwide data collection effort during the 2024 eclipse.
Registration information and a complete agenda can be found at hamsci.org/hamsci2019.