Contributed talks and posters

All abstracts can be found here:

Link to abstracts

Talks are 10' each (allow ~2' for some questions, the idea is to present an overview of your work, and discussions during the coffee breaks!) 

TALKS:

Oral Session 1: (14:00 - 15:30)

14:00-14:10: Luca Pezzini (KU Leuven + Royal Observatory of Belgium) "Observations and Numerical Modelling of Wave-Particle Resonant Interactions in the Solar Wind."

14:10-14:20: Camille Lorfing (MSSL, UCL) "What energy electrons grow Langmuir waves at different distances from the Sun ?" 

 

14:20-14:30: Yamini Rao (Univ. Cambridge) "Path length estimation in the transition region"

14:30-14:40: Samuel Grant (MSSL) "Solar Orbiter's December 2021 Ion Tail Crossing"

14:40-14:50:  Ketaki Desphande (Royal Observatory of Belgium) "Study of Type III radio bursts through the Parker Solar Solar Probe observations"

14:50-15:00:  Malte Bröse (Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam) "First joint STIX and LOFAR Observations of a Flare Event on 06 June 2020."

15:00-15:10: Angelo Valentino (KU Leuven) "Modeling of the Earth-directed CME on 2021 October 28"

15:10-15:20:  Lucas Colomban (LPC2E) "What is the role of whistler waves in shaping of the solar wind electron function between 0.17 and 1 AU ?" 

 

 

 

Oral Session 2: (16:00 - 17:00)

16:00-16:10: Gabriel Suen (MSSL) "Solar Orbiter Observations of Switchback Dissipation Through Magnetic Reconnection."

16:10-16:20: Manon Jarry (IRAP) "Exploiting a catalogue of triangulated shock waves to study The mechanisms that produce solar energetic particle"

16:20-16:30:  Aneta Wisniewska (Leibniz-Institüt für Astrophysik Potsdam) "Frequency Distribution of Acoustic Oscillation in The Solar Atmosphere During Flare Event."

16:30-16:40: Alexandros Koukras (KU Leuven) "Estimating uncertainties in the back-mapping of the fast solar wind."

16:40-16:50: Jean Baptiste Dakeyo (LESIA, IRAP) "Empirical iso-poly solar wind model using Parker Solar Probe and Helios measurements"

16:50-17:00: Nawin Ngampoopun (MSSL, UCL) "Filament Eruption and South Polar Coronal Hole Evolution during Solar Orbiter’s First Perihelion"

 

Posters (15:30-16:00 (coffee break), 17:00-18:30)

Please be concise, educational and creative! Poster grids are sized 2m in height and 1m in width. 

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