Solar Sessions at the 2020 Meeting of the Mid-Atlantic Section of the APS

November 15, 2020, from Natasha Jeffrey

You may be interested in the invited solar talks scheduled for the 2020 Meeting of the Mid-Atlantic Section of the American Physical Society. The virtual meeting solar sessions are scheduled for Friday-Saturday (Dec. 4-5). Registration for the meeting is here:

The 30-minute invited talks are listed below.

Session 1 – Solar Eruptions – Friday, Dec. 4 16:30-18:30
– Understanding and Predicting Solar Eruptions with High Resolution Observations and Machine Learning (H. Wang)
– Trigger Shy? A “Rosetta-Stone” Solar Eruption (E. Mason)
– Exploring Electron Energy Distribution in the SEP-associated Radio CME of 2012 July 17 (S. Tun-Beltran)

Session 2 – Solar Flares and Related Phenomena – Saturday, Dec. 5 09:00-11:00
– Radio-based Studies of Solar Flares: Looking Ahead to the Next Solar Maximum in 2025 (D. Gary)
– Solar Flare Energetic Electron Diagnostics: Beyond Hard X-Ray Power-Law Spectra (M. Alaoui)
– Dynamic Imaging Spectroscopy at Radio Wavelengths: New Insight into Energetic Processes on the Sun (S. Yu)

Session 3 – Solar Atmosphere – Saturday, Dec. 5 11:30-13:30
– Answering the Outstanding Questions of Solar Wind Physics (N. Viall)
– Pulsations and Oscillatory Signatures in Solar Flares — A Unique Probe of Fundamental Flare Processes (L. Hayes)
– Understanding the Flaring Solar Atmosphere (G. Kerr)

Session 4 – Saturday, Dec. 5 14:00-16:00
– Solar EUV Emission from the Transition Region and Corona in the Context of Coronal Heating (S. Schonfeld)