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The ESPD grew out of the European Solar Physics Section of the Joint Astrophysics Division of the European Physical Society (EPS) and the European Astronomical Society (EAS). On 26 September 2008, at the EPS Executive Committee meeting in CERN (Geneva) the decision was taken to cease activity of the Joint Astrophysics Division. The Executive Committee decided, upon the suggestion of the SPS board, to set up a new, self standing European Solar Physics DIVISION (ESPD) in its own right to serve the European Solar Physics Community. The various subject disciplines of the JAD within Particle Astrophysics, on the other hand, became the responsibility of the High Energy and Particle Physics Division of EPS. The EPS Council confirmed these decisions on 28 March 2009 during its meeting in Bad Honnef.

The European Solar Physics Division of the European Physical Society (EPS) represents and provides a forum for European scientists, primarily, and any scientist, secondarily, interested in aspects of the physics of the Sun. The objective of the ESPD is the advancement of the study of the Sun, the dissemination of key results of solar physics research to the general public, and the promotion and coordination of such research with other areas and branches of the physical sciences.

ESPD annual reports

Item Name Posted By Date Posted
2016 report PDF (72.99 KB) T. Van Doorsselaere 26/01/2017
2015 report PDF (529.97 KB) T. Van Doorsselaere 05/02/2016
2014 report PDF (548.44 KB) G. Gunaratnam, European Physical Society 01/10/2015
2013 report PDF (65.26 KB) G. Gunaratnam, European Physical Society 01/10/2015
2012 report PDF (55.75 KB) G. Gunaratnam, European Physical Society 01/10/2015
2009 Report-of-SPD-President.pdf PDF (25.05 KB) G. Gunaratnam, European Physical Society 03/09/2015
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