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Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy 3 av. Circulaire/Ringlaan 3 B-1180 Brussels Belgium Tel: Fax: VP: 365 Federal Institute of Belgian government
Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy Royal Observatory of Belgium Royal Meteorology Institute Solar-Terrestrial Center of Excellence
Created in 1964 Main tasks are public service and research in the field of the space aeronomy Data knowledge, gathered using ground-based, balloon, rockets and satellites observations within the framework of physics and chemistry of the atmosphere and outer space.
Organization chart Magnetosphere Infra Red Limb sounding Chemical weather Ionosphere coupling Mass spectrometry Solar irradiance Space weather Solar wind Troposphere Planetary aeronomy BUSOC: Belgian User UV Support and Operation Stratosphere Centre Maintenance and hosting of space weather portal and SPENVIS
BISA / IASB / BIRA 140 employees Space Physics section: –4 permanent staff members: Johan De Keyser, Viviane Pierrard, Hervé Lamy and Norma Crosby –11 research fellows and postdocs –Modelling and data analysis –Solar wind, magnetosphere, aurora, space radiations, plasmasphere, ionosphere, meteors, comets
Personnel in the FP7 project Scientists Viviane Pierrard WP5 1 scientist to be hired Johan De Keyser (Head of Space Physics) the Space Physics team F. Darrouzet for CLUSTER, Hervé Lamy, Norma Crosby … S. Calders and M. Kruglanski for Space Weather Portal (Services) Administration Etienne Ladrière (FP7 Project support) Marc Delancker (Account manager) Noël Parmentier (Director BISA)
Collaboration with Université Catholique de Louvain S. Benck and J. Cabrera for Space Radiations (UCL)