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XIII COLAGE - Conferencia Latinoamericana de Geofísica Espacial
São José dos Campos (SP), Brazil
27th November to 2nd December 2022

The Asociación Latinoamericana de Geofísica Espacial (ALAGE) is an
autonomous scientific society that attempts to motivate the development of
research in Space Geophysics, taking advantage of the human resources and
the cultural unity, as well as the similar economic conditions of Latin
America. ALAGE seeks to complement the activities of the existing regional
geophysical organisms.

One of the main activities of ALAGE is the periodical organization of
meetings that are attended by most of the scientists working in the ALAGE
areas of interest. These meetings are called Conferencia Latinoamericana de
Geofísica Espacial (COLAGE). Previous COLAGE workshops have been held in
diverse locations: Brazil (1988), Mexico (1991), Cuba, (1993), Argentina
(1996), Costa Rica, (1998) Chile (2001), Brazil (2004), Mexico (2007), Costa
Rica (2011), Peru (2014), Argentina (2018), and Chile (2021, online).

The XIII COLAGE will be held at the Fernando de Mendonça Auditorium, in the
Integration and Testing Laboratory (LIT), of the National Institute for
Space Research (INPE), in São José dos Campos (SP), Brazil, from 27th
November to 2nd December 2022. Contributed and invited talks will be
organized in the following scientific sessions:

1.      Space Weather
2.      Ionosphere and Upper Atmosphere
3.      Solar Physics, Heliosphere, Cosmic Rays
4.      Solar Wind, Magnetosphere and Geomagnetism
5.      Space Plasma Physics and Nonlinear Processes in Space Geophysics

COLAGE International Space Science School (ISSS)

Historically, ALAGE also promotes schools associated with COLAGEs. The
International Space Science School (ISSS) will take place from 24th to 26th
November 2022, at the same venue as the XIII COLAGE. The aim of the school
is to promote knowledge and training for undergraduate, master's, and
doctoral candidates, from all over the world, in the area of Space Sciences,
covering topics such as the Sun and the Solar Activity, Interplanetary
Medium, and the Solar Wind, Magnetosphere, Ionosphere, Upper Atmosphere,
Planetary Sciences, and Space Weather.

For further details on the XIII COLAGE, please access (NB: in English and

COLAGE e-mail address:
ISSS school:

We also ask you please to redistribute to your colleagues.

Dr. Clezio Marcos De Nardin
On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee