Seminars 2023 – 2024
The group regularly holds a Wednesday afternoon seminar allowing visitors, staff and students to give a talk on their current work. Guests are very welcome; if you would like to participate by giving a talk please contact our seminar organiser, Dr Jack Reid.
Unless stated otherwise, our seminars start at 1:30pm in Lecture Theatre B, Mathematical Institute, School of Mathematics and Statistics.
Since 16 March 2022, we have introduced a hybrid format, combining in-person talks and live casting via the SMTG’s seminar Teams channel.
The affiliation of external speakers is listed at the time they gave the seminar .
|MARTINMAS SEMESTER: SEP – DEC 2023|
|Chaos in Space! Surfing Electrons Wreak Havoc!||Theatre B|
|13/09||Ruhann Steyn (Northumbria University)||The connection between L1 solar wind observations and their solar sources during the 2008/2009 and 2019/2020 solar minima using the Fisk heliospheric magnetic field||Theatre B|
|20/09||Mariana Andrea Cécere (Cordoba, Argentina)||Numerical Study of Coronal Loop Oscillations: Triggers and Emission||Theatre B|
|27/09||Valentin Aslanyan (Dundee)||Interchange reconnection in the solar corona and how to observe it||Theatre B|
|18/10||TBA (Independent Learning Week)|