Dr. Forsyth will explain how this stream of particles results in the aurora, Van Allen belts and what stops such ‘space weather’ negatively impacting our lives
The title and topics are being retained from recent past schools: "Exotic Nuclei and Nuclear/Particle Astrophysics. Physics with small accelerators”. It is part of the ENNAS (European Network of Nuclear Astrophysics Schools), is supported by the European Horizon 2020 project ChETEC-INFRA, and is recognized by the Division of Nuclear Physics of EPS.
The same format from recent schools will be maintained: a combination of school-like and conference presentations, with 1-2 hour-long invited lectures by senior scientists/professors and 20 minute short student communications. The school is aimed at graduate students, post-docs and young or established researchers. Students from all countries are invited to attend. A limited number of stipends to cover the local expenses for students will be available.
This conference will bring together turbulence experts from a wide range of subfields in astrophysics and physics. The goal is to encourage and enhance interdisciplinary discussions and collaborations. The conference will cover many topics, including: turbulent dynamo, magnetic reconnection, plasma physics, space physics, unresolved physics and sub-grid models in numerical simulations, turbulence in the laboratory, new observational techniques for diagnosing turbulence, connecting observations and models, and astrophysical applications of magnetized turbulence (e.g. star formation, cosmic rays, accretion, galaxy formation and evolution).
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