Solar-Terrestrial Sciences

Events organised by the ST Early-Career Scientist (ECS) Team during EGU22: We would like your feedback!

Now that EGU22 is over, it is time to gather some feedback! While you can provide your comments and suggestions on the General Assembly as a whole via the dedicated form available through the EGU22 website (see “Feedback” tab in, the ST Division’s Early-Career Scientist (ECS) Team would very much appreciate getting feedback on the various events they have organised during this first-ever fully hybrid EGU General Assembly. It is very important for us to know what worked and what did not, and even more crucially what ECSs of our Division would like to have in future EGU General Assemblies. For this reason, even if you did not attend EGU22, your opinion will be greatly appreciated!

Therefore, we strongly encourage you to take the time to answer the feedback form we have prepared for you, available via the following link: form mostly consists of multiple choice questions, which should take between 5 and 10 min of your time to answer. A few optional questions also allow you to provide more detailed feedback and suggestions.

As a reminder, during EGU22, the ST ECS Team had organised the “Meet the Experts: The Future of Solar–Terrestrial Sciences” short course (on Thursday 26 May late afternoon) as well as two ST ECS Networking events on Tuesday around lunchtime (a picnic in the park for on-site participants and a Gathertown event open to all). Besides these, the feedback form also contains questions about other events not organised by the ST ECS Team but which also concern ECSs of our Division (Medals & Awards, Division Meeting) and about the communication tools used to advertise sessions and events to our Division members before, during and after EGU22.

Thank you very much in advance for your comments, and do not hesitate to circulate this feedback form to your colleagues in order to maximise the number of answers! The form will accept responses until Friday, 10 June, 18:00 CEST (UTC+2), after which you can always send us free-form comments via email ( or Slack.

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