June 19, 2014: 2nd SOLARNET School, Workshop and SPRING Meeting (Tatranska Lomnica, Slovakia, October 5-16, 2014).

The 2nd SOLARNET School "Ground- and space- based solar instruments" as well as the 2nd Workshop "Methods in high resolution and synoptic solar physics" and the 2nd SPRING Meeting will be organized in Tatranská Lomnica (Slovakia) on October 5-16, 2014 supported by EC FP7 project SOLARNET.

2nd SOLARNET School

The SOLARNET School is dedicated to PhD students and novel post-doc researchers, working in solar physics. The lectures will be carried out by experienced scientists and give students knowledge on current and future Ground- and space- based solar instruments, observational strategies, post-focus instrumentation and data acquisition. The hands-on sessions will be carried out also at Lomnický štít Observatory on the Double Solar Coronagraph and Coronal Multi-channel Polarimeter. There will be given information on the European Solar Telescope (EST) project and on the FP7 SOLARNET project, as well as lectures on complementary skills.

More information about the School at 2nd SOLARNET School.

2nd SOLARNET Workshop & 2nd SPRING Meeting

The SOLARNET Workshop is dedicated to all scientists and students working in solar physics. Modern synoptic solar physics is coming now more close to high resolution solar physics. Synoptic observations need to cover different spatial dimensions on the Sun from small areas up to the whole Sun and with time resolution ranging from seconds to long periods over several decades. Technical improvements, capability and sensitivity of the detectors and post-focus instruments used or planned to be used at future synoptic telescopes meet parameters of today’s high resolution solar physics instrumentation. Also the methods used in high resolution solar physics come to be used in synoptic solar physics.

Thus the aim of the workshop is bringing together “high resolution” and “synoptic” solar physicists and also the Solar Physics Research Integrated Network Group (SPRING) organized in SOLARNET dedicated to design a new ground-based network of telescopes for full-disk synoptic observations of the Sun.

For detailed information see 2nd SOLARNET Workshop and 2nd SPRING Meeting.


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