February 27, 2023 to March 2, 2023
Europe/Oslo timezone

Confronting numerical models of the solar chromosphere and corona with high resolution observations - a RoCS/MUSE/IRIS workshop

Our views of the solar chromosphere, transition region, and corona are rapidly changing with the advent of increasingly advanced numerical simulations of the dominant physical processes in the coupled solar atmosphere and the availability of high-resolution observations from both ground-based (e.g., SST, DKIST) and space-based telescopes (e.g., IRIS, Solar Orbiter/EUI). To gain a deeper understanding of which physical processes dominate the dynamics and heating in the solar atmosphere, and in order to further develop and advance our numerical models, it is key to confront the models with high-resolution observations by focusing on existing discrepancies between observed and synthetic spectra. This workshop was focused on such a critical comparison by providing an overview of the most recent observational results and models. The meeting featured discussions on the missing physics in current models and the most promising approaches to increase the realism of current simulations, with an eye towards future missions such as MUSE and EUVST, which will be launched later this decade.

Confirmed Invited Speakers

  • Amy Winebarger (NASA / MSFC)
  • Bart De Pontieu (LMSAL)
  • David Brooks (George Mason University)
  • Damien Przybylski (MPS)
  • Elena Khomenko (IAC)
  • Graham Kerr (NASA / GSFC)
  • Hardi Peter (MPS)
  • Jaime de la Cruz Rodríguez (Stockholm University)
  • Jaroslav Dudík (ASU / CAS)
  • Jiong Qiu (Montana State University)
  • Jorrit Leenaarts (Stockholm University)
  • Juan Martínez Sykora (BAERI / LMSAL)
  • Luc Rouppe van der Voort (RoCS / UiO)
  • Luis Bellot Rubio (IAA)
  • Lyndsay Fletcher (University of Glasgow)
  • Mark Cheung (CSIRO)
  • Matthias Rempel (HAO)
  • Meng Jin (LMSAL)
  • Miho Janvier (IAS)
  • Paola Testa (CfA / SAO)
  • Patrick Antolin (Northumbria University)
  • Robert Cameron (MPS)
  • Sanja Danilovic  (Stockholm University)
  • Shinsuke Imada (University of Tokyo)
  • Shin Toriumi (ISAS / JAXA)
  • Thomas Howson (University of St Andrews)
  • Tom Van Doorsselaere (KU Leuven)
  • Viggo Hansteen (BAERI / LMSAL, RoCS / UiO)
  • Åke Nordlund (Niels Bohr Institute)