Call for abstracts: AOGS2024 ST05 (Small-scale Transients in the Solar Atmosphere)

Dear Colleagues,

The abstract submission is now open until 4 Jan 2024 for the 21st annual meeting of the Asian Ocianean Geosciences Society, to be held from 23 to 28 June 2024 in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

We sincerely invite you to submit your abstracts to Session ST05: Small-scale Transients in the Solar Atmosphere. The information for this session is as follows:

Section(s): ST – Solar and Terrestrial Sciences (Primary)

Session Title: Small-scale Transients in the Solar Atmosphere

Session Description
A wide range of dynamic events and phenomena on small spatial and temporal scales exist in the solar atmosphere from the photosphere to the corona. These small-scale transients include but are not limited to linear and non-linear MHD waves, oscillations, granulations, (magnetic) bright points, spicules, jets nanoflares and microflares. There is a consensus that these localised events play key roles in storing, releasing and converting different forms of energy, leading to heating the solar atmosphere and accelerating the solar wind. This session will focus on the observations, modelling and numerical simulations of small-scale transients in the photosphere, chromosphere, transition region, and corona. We welcome contributions using data from current and future facilities as well as analytical and numerical models. Session goals include synthesizing observations across multiple wavelengths, validating models with observations, and elucidating the role of small-scale transients in the energization and dynamics of the solar atmosphere.

Conveners: Prof Jiajia Liu (University of Science and Technology of China, China), Dr Piyali Chatterjee (Indian Institute of Astrophysics, India), Prof Robertus Erdelyi (The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom), Prof Hui Tian (Peking University, China)

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