Current high-resolution ground- and space-based observations have provided an unprecedented new insight into the physical processes in the solar atmosphere. Highly localized waves, oscillations and wide range of dynamic processes from instabilities and jets have been observed at the best available spectral, temporal and spatial resolutions. At the same time, our theoreticalunderstanding -whether numerical or analytical- has also advanced thanks to the latest mathematical techniques and numerical tools developed and applied to describing the dynamics of the solar atmosphere.
The aim of this School is to update the ESRs (i.e. early-stage
researchers, e.g. PhD students and PDRAs) on the latest advances made
in observations, theory and numerical techniques of solar atmospheric
dynamics. With the availability yielded by new instrument suits both in space and on the ground, solar theory will be more challenging to model these dynamical processes for exploring solar magnetism from the photosphere to the low corona at yet unforeseen small spatial, temporal and spectral scales.
The aim will be achieved by the objectives of delivering the attendees:
i) an update on the state-of-the-art of solar atmospheric dynamics research and
ii) a forum where their results can be discussed in an informal but constructive environment.
The School is intended to have an introduction to solar theory (both analytical and numerical) and observations of the relevant physics of small-scale solar atmospheric dynamics.
The anticipated number of participants for these training schools is
around 25 participants due to the limited logistics. It is expected that all participating ESRs
will also deliver a short presentation on their research
results. Preference for selection of ESRs will be given to those who
express willingness to deliver a talk. Partial funding will be
provided to support organizational costs and travel expenses
(including accommodation) for ESRs and invited speakers.
Peter Gömöry (AISAS)
Francesca Zuccarello (UNICT)
Noémi Kinga Zsámberger
Programme (draft 230121)
Monday 26 June, 17:30 onwards: Welcome Reception. Open fire
joint cooking of Hungarian "Goulash and Stew Paprikas"
Tuesday 27 June, 18:00-20:00:
Laserfight (The description is only in Hungarian )
Wednesday 28 June, 17:00-19:00:Gyula Aquapark (hot springs,
Thursday 29 June, 15:30-18:30: Visit Weckheim Palace, Szabadkígyós
Thursday 29 June, 19:00 onwards: Conference Candle Dinner in Almásy Mension Roof Terrace (if it rains, dinner will be a medieval-style one in the medieval kitchen/dining room of the mension)
Friday 30 June: Departure at own free time, given that reaching Budapest may take about 5-6 hrs. No formal activitie/catering are scheduled.
Dr Patrick Antolin (Northumbria U.)
Dr Piyali Chatterjee (IIA)
Prof Andrew Hillier (U. Exeter)
Dr Marianna Korsos (U. of Catania)
Prof Mihalis Mathioudakis (QUB)
Dr Chris Nelson (ESA)
Prof Temury Zaqarashvilu (U. of Graz)
To register your interest for the SOLARNET school "Solar atmospheric dynamics - From waves to instabilities and jets", please
send a maximum of two-page CV (strictly pdf),
send a concise list of your refereed publications (strictly pdf),
send a brief statement of interest (max 1/2 page, also in pdf) indicating your field of research and
why you would like to participate in the school,
indicate your gender and willingness of sharing, since accommodation is provided mostly in shared
rooms (bedroom with two separate beds),