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Deadlines ESPM-15 (Budapest)

Posted By Tom Van Doorsselaere, Friday 16 June 2017

As was previously announced, the European Solar Physics Meeting (ESPM-15) will take place in Budapest, Hungary between 4 – 8 September 2017. For sessions, invited speakers, registration, programme see the conference website at

This is a reminder that the deadline for Early Bird abstract submission is Monday, 3rd of July 2017, while the abstract submission deadline for local support was extended until 16th of June.


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Report of the CESPM-1 (Kunming, China)

Posted By Tom Van Doorsselaere, Friday 16 June 2017

The first China-Europe Solar Physics meeting in Kunming was selected as a Euroconference and was endorsed by the ESPD. The meeting was a big success, with around 150 participants.

A detailed report of the meeting is attached. 

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international space weather medals

Posted By Tom Van Doorsselaere, Thursday 4 May 2017
The ESWW is happy to announce the 2017 contest for the international space weather medals. The new medal recipients will be announced in a medal ceremony at the European Space Weather Week, the 27th of November, 2017.

All three prizes (Chizhevsky, Nicolet, Birkeland) are prestigious recognitions of recipients' major contributions in the field of space weather. Medal recipient's work must have been documented in peer review journals or book chapters, or must be a technological contribution that has led to a fully implemented new space weather capability. Medal recipient's work must be relevant to space weather and/or space climate. The work must also be internationally recognized.

Please find the necessary informations (how to nominate...) at

Best regards

J. Lilensten, on behalf of the ESWW Medal Committee       

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ESPM-15 04-08 September 2017 (Budapest, Hungary)

Posted By Tom Van Doorsselaere, Monday 23 January 2017

This is the first detailed announcement for the 15th European Solar Physics Meeting (ESPM-15) that will take place in Budapest (Hungary) in the period 04-08 September, 2017. The meeting will be hosted by Eotvos University, which is centrally located in Budapest. 

 ESPMs are organized by the Board of the European Solar Physics Division (ESPD,, a joint Division of the European Physical Society (EPS) and the European Astronomical Society (EAS).

 ESPMs are held every 3 years with the purpose of bringing together researchers from Europe and beyond, who are active in the theoretical and observational study of solar phenomena.

 The scientific programme of ESPM15 include the following sessions:

 Session 1. Solar Interior, Dynamo, Large-Scale Flows and the Solar Cycle

Session 2. The Solar Atmosphere: Heating, Dynamics and Coupling

Session 3. Fundamental Plasma Processes in the Solar Atmosphere: Magnetic Reconnection, Waves, Emission, Particle Acceleration

Session 4. From Radio to Gamma Rays: Near-Sun Manifestations and Triggering of Solar Flares and Coronal Mass Ejections

Session 5. Solar-Terrestrial Relations, Solar Wind, Space Weather and Space Climate

Online registration and abstract submission will open in early spring. The ESPM-15 Local and Scientific Organizing Committees are currently working to secure funding that will hopefully provide limited travel and/or local support mainly to young researchers. 

Further details related to registration fees, abstract submission, accommodation, financial assistance and relevant deadlines will be circulated in a second announcement and will also be available on the meeting’s website.

The ESPM-15 meeting website can be found at

We look forward to welcoming you to Budapest.

Best regards,

Istvan Ballai

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new EPL editor sought

Posted By Tom Van Doorsselaere, Thursday 27 October 2016
EPL publishes original, high-quality Letters in all areas of physics, ranging from condensed matter topics and interdisciplinary research to astrophysics, geophysics, plasma and fusion sciences, including those with application potential. The Journal was founded in 1986 by the European Physical Society (EPS), the Société Française de Physique (SFP) and its subsidiary EDP Sciences, the Società Italiana di Fisica (SIF) and the Institute of Physics (IOP). It is published by EPS, EDP Sciences, IOP Publishing and SIF for a partnership of 17 European physical societies (the EPL Association). EPL is now available in more than 2000 institutions world-wide.

Nominations are now open for the Editor in Chief of EPL, a leading, global letters journal owned and published by a consortium of 17 physical societies in Europe.  The Editor in Chief (EiC) needs to be a recognized authority and leading researcher in a field of physics, and have a broad knowledge and interest in physics and its frontiers. The EiC will need to demonstrate strong commitment and leadership to further develop EPL as a top-ranking journal. Experience with the editorial process for a physics journal is also desirable. The EiC is central to enhancing EPL’s position as a leading global physics letters journal.  The term of office of EPL Editor in Chief is three and a half years beginning in July 2017. A job description is available at

Nominations must include a CV, publication list and a brief covering letter describing the qualifications and the interest of the individual in the position of EPL Editor in Chief. Nominations should be sent to the EPL Editorial Office no later than 15 January 2017 ( 

An annual honorarium is provided, as well as all costs related to the function of Editor in Chief. Further information can be obtained from the Editorial Office in Mulhouse.

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Next ESPM in Budapest

Posted By Tom Van Doorsselaere, Wednesday 30 September 2015
It has been decided the next ESPM-15 will take place in Budapest in 2017.

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Posted By Tom Van Doorsselaere, Monday 21 October 2013

The webpage for the upcoming ESPM-14 can be found at:

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