SDO 2016: Unraveling the Sun’s Complexity

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United States
Burlington, Vermont

Living With a Star’s Solar Dynamics Observatory invites you to its 2016 Science Workshop “SDO 2016: Unraveling the Sun’s Complexity,” to be held October 17 – 21, 2016, at the Sheraton Burlington Hotel & Conference Center in Burlington, VT. The workshop will celebrate the breadth of research topics enabled by SDO during its Prime Mission and the First Extended Mission.

The workshop’s theme is “Unraveling the Sun’s Complexity”

SDO research connects to many areas of solar physics and many other solar missions. Tracing these connections allows us to build a more accurate understanding of the Sun and solar activity. The workshop will focus on our improved knowledge and understanding of the Sun’s magnetic field that have come from the SDO data, and what will come in the future. Scientific sessions will feature a broad spectrum of science topics fundamental to SDO’s science investigations: Atmospheric Imaging Assembly (AIA), EUV Variability Experiment (EVE), and Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager (HMI), as well as the overlap between SDO and other scientific missions and activities.

All members of the science community are welcome and encouraged to attend. Registration and abstract information will be posted at sdo2016.lws-sdo-workshops.org The Sheraton Burlington Hotel & Conference Center can be explored at sheratonburlington.com

We are looking forward to seeing you at the workshop.

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