Who We Are

CISM, the Center for Integrated Space weather Modeling, was an NSF Science and Technology Center led by Boston University. It was an active center from 1 August 2002 until 31 July 2013. The CISM Web Site is no longer being updated but is kept active as a historical record of CISM activities and accomplishments.


OUR VISION

To understand our dynamic sun-earth system and how it affects life and society.


OUR GOAL

To create a physics-based numerical simulation model that describes the space environment from the Sun to the Earth.


THE USES OF SPACE WEATHER MODELING

  • A scientific tool for increased understanding of the complex space environment.
  • A specification and forecast tool for space weather prediction.
  • An educational tool for teaching about the space environment.
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