NAM Session: Active Region LaboratoriesFebruary 14, 2019, from Paolo Pagano
We would like to encourage abstract submission for the NAM 2019 session on Active Region Laboratories.
Active regions are of fundamental importance in Solar Physics as they are the primary source of a multitude of solar activity that occur on a variety of spatial and temporal scales. In particular, the formation and eruption of magnetic flux ropes, the generation and propagation of MHD waves, solar flares and the acceleration of energetic particles. In this session we bring together state-of-the-art models and high-resolution observations of active regions and their associated phenomena in order to review recent advances in the field and discuss requirements for future missions with an outlook towards active regions on other stars and stellar flares.
The abstract submission is now open.
NAM will take place at Lancaster University on 30th June – 4th July 2019
P. Pagano, S. L. Yardley, A. W. James, L. M. Green