ST22 ‘MHD Wave Processes in the Solar Atmosphere’, AOGS 2020November 20, 2019, from Viktor Fedun
We would like to draw your attention to the ST22 session: ‘MHD Wave Processes in the Solar Atmosphere’ in the framework of Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) conference.
The 17th Annual AOGS will take place in Sono Belle Vivaldi Park, Hongcheon, South Korea, 28 Jun to 4 Jul 2020. Further details regarding abstract submission, registration, accommodation and relevant deadlines can be found on the meeting website:
Abstract submission deadline is 21 January 2020.
ST22 ‘MHD Wave Processes in the Solar Atmosphere’
Dr Viktor Fedun (The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom), email@example.com
Dr Gary Verth (The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom), firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Sergiy Shelyag (Deakin University, Australia), email@example.com
A wide and complex variety of solar magnetic configurations support the propagation of a wide range of MHD waves at different spatio-temporal scales. Thankfully, due to current (and near future) high resolution instruments (SST, DST, DIKIST, EST, COSMO, Solar Orbiter and Solar Probe) we have observational data with a quality newer achieved before. For a better understanding of observable signatures of MHD waves, associated plasma processes and to fully utilise the diagnostic capabilities of such high resolution observational instruments, the development of advanced mathematical models (analytical and numerical) is crucial. This session will provide a timely platform for joint discussions between world-leading experts, early career researchers and PhD students in the fields of solar observational analysis and numerical analytical / modelling, in order to exploit different approaches in the investigation of MHD plasma wave processes in the solar atmosphere. This session will cover the following research topics: Multi-scale (non-)linear MHD wave excitation and propagation; wave mode conversion; resonant absorption, turbulence and magnetic reconnection; coherent plasma motions (e.g. e.g., vortex, source/sink type motions and laminar flows); energy transport.
With our Best Regards,
Viktor Fedun, Sergiy Shelyag and Gary Verth