Turbulence in Solar, Space and Astrophysical Plasmas

A Royal Astronomical Society Specialist Discussion Meeting

Friday March 11th, Burlington House, London

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The meeting aims to bring together the solar, heliospheric and astrophysical communities, discussing open problems and recent achievements in the observation and modelling of turbulent plasmas, as well as the future contribution from in situ and remote sensing explorations by upcoming heliospheric missions such as Solar Orbiter and Solar Probe Plus.

Keynote presentations will be given by:
Andris Vaivads (IRF, Uppsala), lead proposer of THOR, the Turbulent Heating ObserveR (ESA M4 call)
Marco Velli (UCLA), Observatory Scientist of Solar Probe Plus

While the deadline for oral contributions has now passed, further participants are welcome. There is no need to pre-register: registration will take place on site.

A Programme is now available (with abstracts for talks and poster details)
Please note that registration and refreshments is from 9:30. The meeting will start at 10:00 (rather than the usual time of 10:30) and finish at 15:00.

Location: The Royal Astronomical Society, Burlington House, Piccadilly, LONDON, W1J 0BQ (see map)
Registration fee: The registration fee is £15 for non-members (free for RAS members) and includes refreshments (tea & coffee at 9:30 and 15:00). Payable to the RAS on the day.

The organisers:
Lorenzo Matteini (Imperial College London)
David Burgess (Queen Mary University of London)
Joanne Mason (University of Exeter)