EGU Session: NP6.7/PS4.4/ST2.8 – Turbulence, magnetic reconnection, shocks and particle acceleration: nonlinear processes in space, laboratory and astrophysical plasmasDecember 21, 2018, from Giovanni Lapenta
we would like to draw your attention to the following EGU 2019 session we are organizing.
The session focuses on non-linear processes in space plasmas such as turbulence, reconnection and shocks. Every contribution on one (or more) of these topics will be welcome.
Session number: NP6.7/PS4.4/ST2.8
Title: Turbulence, magnetic reconnection, shocks and particle acceleration: nonlinear processes in space, laboratory and astrophysical plasmas
Turbulence, reconnection and shocks are fundamental non-linear processes observed in solar, heliospheric, magnetospheric and laboratory plasmas. These processes are not separate, but rather appear to be interconnected. For instance, a close link exists between reconnection and turbulence. On the one hand the turbulence cascade favors the onset of magnetic reconnection between magnetic island and, on the other hand, magnetic reconnection is able to trigger turbulence in the reconnection outflows and separatrices. Similarly, shocks may form in collisional and collisionless reconnection processes and can be responsible for turbulence formation, as for instance in the turbulent magnetosheath. This session welcomes simulations,
observational and theoretical works relevant for the study of these non-linear phenomena. Particularly welcome will be works focusing on the link between them in a range of scale going from fluid MHD to kinetic. The topic of this session is relevant for the
understanding of solar atmosphere (from the photosphere to the solar wind), interaction of solar wind with planetary magnetospheres, planetary magnetospheric physics and particle acceleration and transport throughout the heliosphere. The session is also relevant to past and present space missions in plasma astrophysics such as Cluster, MMS and Parker Solar Probe.
The EGU 2019 will take place in Vienna on 7-12 April. The deadline for abstract submission is 10 January 2019, 13:00 CET.
We hope to see you in Vienna,
Merry Christmas and Happy new year!
Francesco Pucci, Maria Elena Innocenti, Alexandros Chasapis, Giovanni Lapenta