From Summer Schools

SOLARNET school “A holistic view of the solar atmosphere – combining space and ground-based observations”

Date & Venue: March 23-27, 2020 at UCL – Mullard Space Science Laboratory (Dorking, UK)

The school aims towards the introducing the approaches and analysis methods needed to successfully combine space and ground-based observations of the solar atmosphere from the photosphere to the corona, to provide a complete understanding of the underlying physical processes occurring in a range of different solar phenomena.… continue to the full article

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SOLARNET school “A holistic view of the solar atmosphere – combining space and ground-based observations”

Date & Venue: March 23-27, 2020 at UCL – Mullard Space Science Laboratory (Dorking, UK)

The school “A holistic view of the solar atmosphere – combining space and ground-based observations” has for a goal to provide an introduction to the approaches and analysis methods needed to successfully combine space and ground-based observations of the solar atmosphere from the photosphere to the corona, in order to a complete view of the underlying physical processes at work in a range of different solar phenomena.… continue to the full article

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SOLARNET school “A holistic view of the solar atmosphere – combining space and ground-based observations“

The SOLARNET school “A holistic view of the solar atmosphere – combining space and ground-based observations” has for a goal to provide an introduction to the approaches and analysis methods needed to successfully combine space and ground-based observations of the solar the atmosphere from the photosphere to the corona, in order to a complete view of the underlying physical processes at work in a range of different solar phenomena.… continue to the full article

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NASA’s “Living with a Star” Heliophysics Summer School

2020 Theme: Explosive Space Weather Events and their Impacts
July 14 – 21, 2020 – Boulder, Colorado
Application Deadline: February 21, 2020

We welcome you to apply for the 2020 NASA Heliophysics Summer School. We are seeking advanced graduate students, as well as post-doctoral students, who have completed some research in the area of space physics or related fields.… continue to the full article

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1st Artificial Intelligence Data Analysis (AIDA) School for Heliophysicists

1st Artificial Intelligence Data Analysis (AIDA) School for Heliophysicists

When: MONDAY, 20 JANUARY 2020 (ALL DAY) TO WEDNESDAY, 22 JANUARY 2020 (ALL DAY)

Where: CINECA – BOLOGNA OFFICES

Registration: OPEN at https://eventi.cineca.it/en/node/1645/register
Deadline for registration is NOVEMBER 29TH 2019.

The number of participants for each edition is limited.… continue to the full article

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Registration Open: STFC Advanced Summer School in Solar System Plasmas (2019)

STFC Advanced Summer School in Solar System Plasmas (2019)

Department of Physics, Lancaster University

Sunday 1st September – Friday 6th September 2019

 

Registration is now open.

 

The 2019 STFC-funded Advanced Summer School will be hosted by the Space and Planetary Physics Group in the Department of Physics at Lancaster University.… continue to the full article

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STFC Introductory Solar System Plasmas Summer School, 26th – 30th of August 2019, Aberystwyth University

This school will provide a broad introduction of the latest scientific issues in Solar System plasma research, including the current challenges that drive research in this field. As well as the core subjects presented by leading experts, there are specialist sessions on new missions, new ground-based telescopes, and high-performance computing.… continue to the full article

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Call accouncement – SOLARNET Summer School for Solar Observers – A week above the clouds

Dear Colleagues,

We want to draw your attention towards the *SOLARNET Summer School for Solar Observers – A week above the clouds* which will be held at the Observatorio del Teide in August 5-9, 2019.

Our purpose is to instruct students and young postdocs in the capabilities and operation of the German solar facilities at the observatory, by giving them the opportunity to

– run real observations at GREGOR, the largest solar telescope in Europe

– calibrate data by learning how to use the existing data pipelines, Python and deep learning techniques

– learn how to complement ground-based observations with space-based observations

– experience the observers’ life up the mountain for a week

through different lectures and experimental activities (programme in SOLARNET webpage available soon).… continue to the full article

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