ST02 Solar Magnetic Field and Small-scale Eruptions
05-10 June 2022 Honolulu, Hawaii
Small-scale eruptions are ubiquitous on the Sun. Based on their different sizes, dominant temperatures, and wavelengths they are observed, they have been given different names including spicules, macro-spicules, micro-jets, jets, bright-points, camp-fire, etc.. These small-scale eruptions have often been found to be accompanied or associated with different solar magnetic field phenomena.
Since the first modern observations of these small-scale eruptions in the solar atmosphere, the understanding of those eruptions has been advanced greatly, thanks to the development of MHD and plasma-astrophysics theories, the improvement in computational powers, and to the realization of a number of state-of-the-arts observational facilities with high spatial and spectral resolution and cadence.
We welcome presentations about small-scale eruptions. We encourage contributions about a variety of research methodologies, including the application of techniques drawn from other disciplines. We hope to see submissions ranging from observations and theory to numerical, statistical, and machine learning modeling, in order to foster collaborations across communities.
You are cordially invited to the next AOGS annual meeting. The abstract submission deadline is: 10 January 2022.
To submit the abstract to our session, pls proceed via https://www.asiaoceania.org/aogs2022/public.asp?page=submit_abstracts.asp
SOC of ST02, AOGS2022
Jie Chen (NAOC), Marianna B Koros (Aberystwyth), Yang Guo (Nanjing), Robertus Erdelyi (Sheffield)