Call for Abstracts: 42nd COSPAR SA (Pasadena, California) Session D2.2/E3.2 “Cool Material in the Hot Solar Corona and Non-solar Analogs”February 2, 2018, from Patrick Antolin
Call for Abstracts: 42nd COSPAR SA (Pasadena, California)
Session D2.2/E3.2 “Cool Material in the Hot Solar Corona and Non-solar Analogs”
As the abstract deadline rapidly approaches (February 9, Friday, at 22:59 UTC), I’d like to bring to your attention a cross-disciplinary session on Prominences & Coronal Rain at the 42nd COSPAR Scientific Assembly, hosted by Caltech/JPL in beautiful Pasadena, California, USA, 14-22 July, 2018. This session brings together solar, astrophysical, space and laboratory plasma physicists to explore these fascinating phenomena, with the celebration of the 60th anniversary of COSPAR’s inception (http://cospar2018.org).
We have a full day (total 6 hours) allocated to this session and expect to accommodate many (if not all) oral requests, yet leaving some time to allow for in-depth discussions. We are in the process of putting together an exciting program with a group of excellent (potential) speakers (such as yourself). We encourage you or your colleagues to submit an abstract at your earliest convenience.
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Our session is titled “Cool Material in the Hot Solar Corona (Prominences and Coronal Rain) and Non-solar Analogs” and is cross-listed as Scientific Event D2.2 or E3.2 under Scientific Commission D (Space Plasmas in the Solar System, including Planetary Magnetospheres) or Commission E (Research in Astrophysics from Space), which also has several other interesting solar sessions.
Please feel free to let us know if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you in Pasadena.
Wei Liu and Patrick Antolin
on behalf of SOC
D2.2/E3.2, “Cool Material in the Hot Solar Corona (Prominences & Coronal Rain) and Non-solar Analogs”
Confirmed Invited Speakers:
Magnus Haw (Caltech, USA; lab plasma)
Takafumi Kaneko (Nagoya Univ., Japan)
Judy Karpen (NASA/GSFC, USA)
Sara Martin (Helio Research, USA)
Tom Schad (NSO, USA)
Prateek Sharma (Indian Institute of Science, India; astrophysical)
Jaume Terradas (Universitat de les Illes Balears, Spain)
Erwin Verwichte (Univ. Warwick, UK)
Wei Liu (LMSAL/BAERI, USA)
Patrick Antolin (Univ. of St Andrews, UK)
Scientific Organizing Committee:
Paul Bellan (Caltech, USA)
Thomas Berger (Univ. of Colorado, USA)
P. F. Chen (Nanjing Univ., China)
Oddbjorn Engvold (Univ. of Oslo, Norway)
Holly Gilbert (NASA/GSFC, USA)
Olga Panasenco (Advanced Heliophysics, USA)
Jean-Claude Vial (Institut d’astrophysique Spatiale, France)