Solar MHD II: “Informing MHD simulations from observations”

We are pleased to announce that registration is open for the second Solar MHD conference. This meeting will offer you the opportunity to examine the connections between MHD simulations to observations in the beautiful island setting of Tenerife, Spain. There is also financial assistance available for early career researchers.

To enhance cohesion and facilitate long-term collaborations among participants, we have limited attendance to 40 individuals for Solar MHD 2024. We encourage applicants to apply early.

Website :

Venue : Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias, Tenerife, Spain

Conference dates : Monday 2nd – Thursday 5th September 2024

Registration and abstract submission open: 15 May 2024

Abstract submission deadline: 15 July 2024

Registration and Payment closes: 2 September 2024

Financial support : Full financial support is available for 3 students from the European Space Agency member states through the ESA sponsorship scheme. Additional support for Early Career Researchers may also be considered. Please, check the conference webpage for details.

Registration fee : £250 (EUR 290)

The conference fee covers:
* The full 3.5 days of attendance including 3 hands-on workshop sessions, 6 speaker sessions;
* Lunches;
* Coffee breaks;
* Conference dinner;
* Excursion to the Teide observatory;
* A conference icebreaker event.

Speaker sessions :
* Spectral synthesis and simulated data
* Machine learning in simulations and observations
* Using observations to establish constraints for MHD simulations
* Multi-fluid and partially ionised plasma models
* Enhanced MHD/hybrid models
* The next generation of solar and stellar MHD simulations

If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us:

Suzana de Souza e Almeida Silva (
Malcolm Druett (
Elena Khomenko (
Rahul Sharma (

We are committed to creating an inclusive culture where we take pride in, and value, the diversity of our meeting participants. We encourage and welcome participation from all members of the community. We particularly welcome participation from historically under-represented groups.