Abstract submission deadline January 15th for EGU Session ST1.9 “Theory and Simulation of solar system plasmas – focus on space plasma turbulence”

January 7, 2020, from Philippa Browning

Abstract submission for the EGU General Assembly (Vienna 3 – 8 May 2020) closes at 13:00 (CET) on January 15th.

The “Theory and Simulation of Solar System Plasmas” session (ST1.9) solicits presentations of the latest results from theoretical investigations and numerical simulations in space plasma-physics from microscopic to global scales, in comparison with experiments and observations in the heliosphere: at the Sun, in the solar corona, in interplanetary space and in planetary magnetospheres. Each year a topic of special interest is chosen as a focus of the session. For 2020 this focus will be on space plasma turbulence and its consequences for particle acceleration and plasma heating. There are challenging questions in fundamental plasma physics which require the integration of kinetic plasma physics with fluid models. We encourage presentations on theory and modelling which are directly relevant to current, forthcoming and proposed space missions, notably MMS, Parker Solar Probe, Bepi Colombo and Solar Orbiter.

We kindly invite you to submit abstracts to this sessions.

Go to the website https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2020/sessionprogramme
and select session ST1.9.

Best regards
Joerg Buechner, Philippa Browning, Giovanni Lapenta, Shangbin Yang (Convenors)


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