Dynamic Sun: II. Solar Magnetism from Interior to the Corona

October 11, 2017, from Richard Morton

Dynamic Sun: II. Solar Magnetism from Interior to the Corona

Venue: Siem Reap, Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Dates: Monday 12 – Friday 16 February 2018

Dynamic Sun II focuses on the recent theoretical and observational achievements in our understanding photospheric, chromospheric and coronal magnetic field dynamics and its role in the energy transport between the lower and upper layers of the solar interior and solar atmosphere. Sun-driven magnetospheric dynamics will be covered in an additional session. Special attention will be paid to the key results and goals of the current space and ground-based observational missions. We will also discuss the opportunities, which will arise from forthcoming new generation instruments.
We warmly welcome participation of internationally recognised experts in the field of solar physics, early career researchers and PhD students.

Conference website: http://star-lab.group.shef.ac.uk/Conferences/Cambodia_2018/index.html

Registration and Deadlines:
Registration and accommodation deadline – 15 December 2017
Abstract submission deadline – 15 January 2017

Scientific Programme

Monday, 12 February
Magnetised Solar Photosphere: Coupling with Sub-layers, Dynamical Phenomena, Waves

Tuesday, 13 February
Chromospheric Dynamics and Heating Processes
Plasma Flows at Diverse Spatio-Temporal Scales

Wednesday, 14 February
Excursion (Angkor Wat)

Thursday, 15 February
MHD Waves: Observations and Modelling in Various Magnetic Structures and Seismology

Friday, 16 February
The Sun-driven magnetospheric dynamics (special session)
Instruments and Their Novel Science Aspects

More info and updates can be found at:

http://star-lab.group.shef.ac.uk/Conferences/Cambodia_2018/index.html

E. Scullion, S. Shelyag, V. Fedun and A.K. Srivastava (on behalf of SOC)

http://star-lab.group.shef.ac.uk/Conferences/Cambodia_2018/index.html


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