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2019 ESPD Prizes awarded

Posted By Etienne Pariat, Friday 22 March 2019

The European Solar Physics Division board is delighted to present the 2019 ESPD Prize winners:

PhD Thesis Prize to Dr. Norbert Magyar (PhD carried at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium) for significant contributions, using 3D magneto-hydrodynamics numerical experiments, to the study of waves and their relation to turbulence in the solar corona, in the framework of the PhD thesis.

Early Career Researcher Prize to Dr. Lakshmi Pradeep Chitta (currently at Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Germany) for ground breaking observational analysis highlighting the crucial role of small-scale photospheric magnetic fields in the structure and dynamics of the solar corona.

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CESRA Workshop 2019: registration now open

Posted By Tiago Pereira, Thursday 14 March 2019

The next CESRA Workshop, “CESRA2019: The Sun and the inner heliosphere” will be held on July 8th – 12th, 2019, at Telegrafenberg, Potsdam, Germany.

CESRA, the Community of European Solar Radio Astronomers, organizes triennial workshops on investigations of the solar atmosphere using radio and other observations. Although special emphasis is given to radio diagnostics, the workshop topics are of interest to a large community of solar physicists. The format of the workshop will combine plenary sessions and working group sessions, with invited review talks, oral contributions, and posters.

The CESRA 2019 workshop will place an emphasis on linking the Sun with the heliosphere, motivated by the launch of Parker Solar Probe in 2018 and the upcoming launch of Solar Orbiter in 2020. It will provide the community with a forum for discussing the first relevant science results and future science opportunities, as well as on opportunity for evaluating how to maximize science return by combining space-borne observations with the wealth of data provided by new and future ground-based radio instruments, such as ALMA, E-OVSA, EVLA, LOFAR, MUSER, MWA, and SKA, and by the large number of well-established radio observatories.

Registration and abstract submissions are now open at the meeting web page.

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EPS 2019 Conference on Plasma Physics

Posted By Tiago Pereira, Tuesday 5 February 2019
The 46th European Physical Society Conference on Plasma Physics (EPS 2019) is now accepting contributions. EPS 2019 will be held in Milan, Italy from 8th to 12th July 2019, and the deadline for abstract submission is February 28th. Organised by the EPS Division for Plasma Physics, joint sessions are organised at EPS 2019 that also include solar physics talks. More information at the meeting web site: www.epsplasma2019.eu

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2019 PhD Thesis and Early Career Researcher Prizes: Upcoming Deadline

Posted By Etienne Pariat, Friday 1 February 2019

Deadline: February 15th, 2019

Since 2017, the European Solar Physics Division (ESPD) of the European Physical Society (EPS) awards two prizes yearly: the ESPD PhD Thesis Prize and the ESPD Early Career Researcher (Postdoc) Prize. These prizes are nomination-based. The deadline for nomination is February 15th, 2019.

The 2019 ESPD PhD Thesis Prize will be awarded to a young researcher whose PhD thesis/viva was defended in 2018.

The 2019 ESPD Early Career Prize will be awarded to a young researcher whose PhD was obtained after 01/012015 (with possible extension).

Further information about eligibility, documents to be included in the nomination package, and submission process for each prize can be found on the ESPD prizes webpage: www.eps.org/members/group_content_view.asp?group=85203&id=641304

Étienne Pariat for the ESPD Prize Committee

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Advances in Space Research special issue inspired by ESPM-15 published

Posted By Tiago Pereira, Thursday 31 January 2019
Advances in Solar Physics, a special issue of Advances in Space Research inspired by the 15th European Solar Physics Meeting (ESPM) held in Budapest in 2017 has been published and is now available. All articles are open access.

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European Solar Physics Division (ESPD) 2019 PhD Thesis and Early Career Researcher Prizes – First Call for Nominations

Posted By Etienne Pariat, Thursday 6 December 2018
Deadline: February 15th, 2019

Since 2017, the European Solar Physics Division (ESPD) of the European Physical Society (EPS) awards two prizes yearly: the ESPD PhD Thesis Prize and the ESPD Early Career Researcher (Postdoc) Prize. These prizes are nomination-based. The deadline for nomination is February 15th, 2019.

The 2019 ESPD PhD Thesis Prize will be awarded to a young researcher whose PhD thesis/viva was defended in 2018.

The 2019 ESPD Early Career Prize will be awarded to a young researcher whose PhD was awadered after 01/012015 (with possible extension).

Further information about eligibility, documents to be included in the nomination package, and submission process for each prize can be found on the ESPD prizes webpage:
https://www.eps.org/members/group_content_view.asp?group=85203&id=641304

Étienne Pariat for the ESPD Prize Committee

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2nd China-Europe Solar Physics Meeting (CESPM 2019)

Posted By Tiago Pereira, Thursday 1 November 2018

The second China-Europe Solar Physics Meeting will be held in Hvar, Croatia, on 6-10 May 2019.

This is the second meeting between Chinese and European solar physicists in the frame of a regular scientific exchange on a biennial or triennial basis. The first meeting organised in China (CESPM 2017, Kunming, Yunnan) was very successful and the second meeting should further strengthen the collaboration between European and Chinese scientists, in particular among  young scientists.

The sessions are organised as follows:

  1. Solar Interior, Dynamo and the Solar Cycle
  2. Heating and Coupling of the Solar Atmosphere layers
  3. Fundamental Plasma Processes: Magnetic Reconnection, Waves, Emission, Particle Acceleration
  4. Manifestations and Triggering of Solar Flares and Coronal Mass Ejections
  5. Solar-Terrestrial Relations, Solar Wind, Space Weather and Space Climate.

Abstract submission is now open (deadline 15 January 2019) and early registration will start on January 1st 2019. The meeting is open to colleagues from all countries

For more information, abstract submission and registration, see the web page: http://oh.geof.unizg.hr/

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2018 ESPD Prizes awarded

Posted By Etienne Pariat, Tuesday 24 July 2018

The European Solar Physics Division board is delighted to present the 2018 ESPD Prize winners:

PhD Thesis Prize to Dr. Peter Levens (PhD carried at University of Glasgow, UK) for significant contributions to the study of
tornado-like prominences - using detailed ultraviolet spectroscopic, multi wavelength imaging and visible spectropolarimetric observational analysis - helping to unveil the nature of these structures.

Early Career Researcher Prize to Dr. Tanausú del Pino Alemán (currently at Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias, Spain) for ground breaking contributions in the field of theoretical solar spectropolarimetry, developing novel methods and very efficient radiative transfer computer programs for understanding scattering line polarization using realistic atomic and atmospheric models.

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Turin to host ESPM in 2020

Posted By Tiago Pereira, Thursday 19 July 2018

After considering several high-quality applications, the ESPD board has decided to have the next European Solar Physics Meeting (ESPM-16) in the Italian city of Turin, in 2020. Congratulations to the organisers! More details will come after the Summer.

Held every three years, the ESPM is the largest meeting of solar physicists in Europe. We hope many of our colleagues can join us in Turin!

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EST Science Meeting, 11-15 June 2018

Posted By Tiago Pereira, Monday 28 May 2018

The EST Science Meeting will be held in Giardini Naxos (Me), Italy, on 11-15 June, 2018.


The European Solar Telescope (EST), is a 4-metre class aperture telescope designed to investigate our active Sun at very high spatial and temporal resolution and unprecedented polarimetric sensitivity. The project is promoted by the European Association for Solar Telescopes (EAST), whose aim is to ensure access of European solar astronomers to world-class high-resolution ground-based observing facilities and keep Europe at the forefront of solar physics.


The EST Science Meeting aims at gathering scientists who wish to present their most recent theoretical and observational research in the field. The meeting will highlight the key science cases that will be addressed by the 4-metre class solar telescopes, and the synergies with both current and future ground-based and space-borne facilities.


A Science Requirements Document, describing how and why the unique capabilities of EST will provide answers to several key science questions, will be presented at the Meeting. EST will be the heritage of the entire solar physics community and, for this reason, it is expected that the scientific community and in particular the EST Science Meeting participants, will contribute with science cases that will then be reflected in the final version of the Science Requirement Document.

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