This meeting was organized by the Société astronomique de France, Paris Observatory and the BSN project. ‘English’ is the meeting language, and the number of places for face-to-face participation is limited.
The Rocky Worlds conference series aims to bring together planetary scientists, astronomers, and earth scientists to foster discussion and build the collaborations that will pave the way for the next decade of rocky exoplanet discovery and characterisation.
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).
With the advent of instrument such as eROSITA, XRISM and JWST, and the enormous variety of results collected by Alma, MUSE, KCWI and LOFAR, it is time to review the state of the art of this research field. The final goal of this workshop is to fill the knowledge gap and review in an unbiased way all the key aspects of the baryon cycle: from the hot IGrM enclosed in the bulk of the virtualized halo population, to the CGM at hundreds of kpc from the central galaxy, and down to the main mechanisms in act at the galaxy center able to trigger the baryonic exchange.
The scope of the workshop is to bring together researchers from a variety of research fields, to address the current issues, and to discuss the future directions by interdisciplinary approaches. The conference program will include a series of oral presentations and poster sessions.
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