AGU 2019 Fall Meeting – SH010 Innovative approaches in solar flare forecastingJuly 10, 2019, from robertus erdelyi
Abstract deadline approaching!
You are cordially invited to participate and submit an abstract to Session SH010 Innovative approaches in solar flare forecasting of the AGU 2019 Fall Meeting held on 9-13 December 2019 in San Francisco, CA.
Contributions on any aspects about solar flare forecasting or solar flares are welcome. For submission to this session please follow:
Submission Closes: 31 July 2019
Solar flares are one of the major sources of space weather disturbances. The monitoring and forecasting of solar flares (and CME) are crucial to reduce space weather risks for our modern society on the Earth as well as for human exploration in space. In recent years, solar observations have made great progress thanks to the very high spatial, temporal and spectral resolutions available. Various new approaches for solar flare forecasting have also emerged. Prominent progresses include the emergence of artificial intelligence methods in parallel to the advanced numerical modelling approaches in solar physics. In this session, we invite contributions on any kinds of innovative approaches relevant for solar flare forecasting, which include but are not limited to the empirical, statistical, big-data, artificial intelligence, physical measures, and numerical modelling methodologies. The scope of discussions covers from preliminary ideas, experimental techniques to mature operational schemes advancing solar flare forecasting. Other related topics about solar flares are also welcome.
Han He, NAOC (email@example.com)
Robertus Erdelyi, SP2RC, U of Sheffield (firstname.lastname@example.org)