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Tel Aviv University, Geo-Sciences Faculty

Organization details:

Organization name:

Israel Cosmic Ray and Space Weather Center of Tel Aviv University and Israel Space Agency

Organization type:

Academia

Number of employees:

1 to 10

Street:

Tel Aviv University, Geo-Sciences Faculty

City:

P.O. Box 39040, Tel Aviv 6997801

Country:

Israel

Website address:

 

 

Contact person:

Title:

Dr.

First name:

Lev

Family name:

Pustil'nik

Position in the organization:

Vice-Head

Telephone number (Work):

+972(0)46964932

Telephone number (Mobile):

+972(0)507160795

E-mail address:

 

levpust@post.tau.ac.il

Sector/R&D field:

Technology:

Protection services ( against interference/jamming, spoofing and multipath, data authentication )
Other

Application and services:

Safety from Space Weather Impacts

Science:

Astrophysics and Astronomy
Geophysics

Research field:

Title:

 

Space Weather and Cosmic Ray Impacts on the space technology

Description of Organization and research-field/technology/products (Please relate also to applications, innovations and standardization/

certification status/IPR status):

Study of cosmic ray and space weather storms and development forecasting methods

Stage of research (Academia):

Basic research
Applied research

Current Stage of development (Industry):

 

International collaboration details:

Are you already engaged in international R&D collaboration?

Yes

If Yes, with which countries / Organizations / funding program?

FP7-European Neutron Monitors Database, INTAS, few COSTS

Are you looking to create international R&D collaboration?

Yes

If Yes, with which countries / Organizations?

European collaborators (Germany, Frane, Italy, Spain, Slovac, Bulgaria

Partner search:

Type of Partner sought

Academia

Technical specifications or expertise sought?

 

Type of funding program:

Horizon 2020
Other national funding (OCS, ISA) for international cooperation

Please specify Call / Topic for chosen funding program:

 

Would you like to attach any images / documents?

Development of methods, technology and algorithms for space weather impacts forecasting

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