NAM 2021 Session: DKIST and Solar Orbiter era observations and modeling of photospheric and chromospheric plasma flows and magnetic elements at fine scales.March 30, 2021, from Suzana S. A. Silva
We are pleased to invite you to submit an abstract for oral and/or poster presentation consideration at the National Astronomy Meeting 2021 for the session:
DKIST and Solar Orbiter era observations and modeling of photospheric and chromospheric plasma flows and magnetic elements at fine scales.
The session focuses on current and future observing synergies for multi-instrument, high-resolution observations and development of advanced numerical MHD simulations describing the many phenomena at the lower atmosphere in both quiet Sun and active regions. We encourage broad participation of our colleagues to advertise their related research, especially on the following topics:
Small-scale photospheric magnetic fields;
Coherent plasma motions (e.g., vortices, source / sink type motions and laminar flows; spicules, swirls, ellerman bombs, magnetic bright points, sunspot structures/flows)
Energy transport between lower and upper solar atmosphere layers;
Turbulent plasma processes.
The deadline for abstract submission is 1700hrs (UTC) on Friday 30th April 2021. Due to the covid-19 pandemic, the NAM 2021 will be held online. For abstract submission, please follow this link https://nam2021.org/science/abstract-submission and further information on the session can be found at https://nam2021.org/science/parallel-sessions/details/2/113
Suzana SIlva, Rekha Jain, Eamon Scullion