The dates for the next SOLARNET Summer School ‘Solar atmospheric dynamics – From waves to instabilities and jets’ to be held between June 25 –30, 2023 at GSO (Gyula Bay Zoltan Solar Observatory) Gyula, Hungary is now announced.
The aim of this School is to update early-stage researchers (e.g. PhD students and PDRAs) on the latest advances made in observations, theory and numerical modelling of solar atmospheric dynamics. With the availability yielded by new instrument suits both in space and on the ground, solar theory is now more challenging to explore solar magnetism from the photosphere to the low corona at yet unforeseen small spatial, temporal and spectral scales.
During the School, on-site practice of taking daily solar synoptic data and their analysis will also be carried out at the Gyula Bay Zoltan Solar Observatory (GSO) with their Solar Activity Magnetic Monitor (SAMM) magneto-optical filter (MOF, http://hspf.eu/telescope.html) facility in order to offer the students a direct and real experience of working with solar data.
Accommodation for selected participants will be fully covered by the School. Preliminary information is available at:
Please, pencil in the dates in your diary, if interested to attend.
SOLARNET, including the current School, has received funding from European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824135.
Contact: Robertus Erdelyi (U of Sheffield),