Registered Participants

Name, Affiliation (STFC?)Research Area
Solmaz Eradat Oskoui
St Andrews University (Yes)
Particle acceleration in Collapsing Magnetic Traps. (Theory)
David Kuridze
Queen's University Belfast (No)
My research interests include plasma astrophysics and solar physics in general. In particular, small-scale chromospheric plasma jets, their dynamic and formation mechanisms. My research covers theoretical (analytical) modelling of mentioned processes and analyses of solar observational data. (Data)
Greg Kiddie
University of St Andrews (Yes)
Investigation into what role thermal conduction has on the damping and propagation of MHD waves. Also what effect it has on the heat produced by phase mixing Alfven waves. (Theory)
Keiran Burrows
Aberystwyth University (Yes)
Local Helioseismology - using ring diagram analysis to calculate flows underneath solar qaukes and flare footpoints. (Data)
Rebecca White
University of Warwick (Yes)
Waves in the solar corona, particularly the analysis of transverse loop oscillations. (Data)
David Shelton
Department of Space and Climate Physics MSSL/UCL (Yes)
Magnetic flux emergence in the upper atmosphere of the Sun using the Solar Dynamics Observatory and Hinode. (Data)
Arrow Lee
MSSL/UCL (Yes)
Reconstruction of CMEs and the Solar atmosphere from STEREO data using optical flow techniques. (Data)
Jonathan O'Regan
Mullard Space Science Laboratory, University College London (Yes)
The influence of Solar energetic particles (and their interactions with Earth's magnetic field) on ion-mediated atmospheric processes, primarily cloud nucleation via Cloud Condensation Nuclei generation and/or modification, and lightning generation via charge accumulation in clouds. (Data)
Gavin Cox
Sheffield University (Yes)
Resonant coupling of g modes in the solar atmosphere (Theory)
William Edmunds
University of Cambridge (Yes)
I am currently looking at magnetic buoyancy instabilities and their implication in the solar dynamo. (Theory)
Fraser Watson
University of Glasgow (Yes)
Observational solar physics. I have been developing automated image processing tools and applying them to long term datasets to analyse the evolution of sunspots and active regions. (Data)
Ehsan Pedram
MSSL/UCL (Yes)
(Data)
Jonathan Thurgood
Northumbria University (No)
MHD waves about 3D magnetic null points. (Theory)
Christina Burge
Glasgow (Yes)
I am working on modelling particle acceleration in turbulent magnetic fields, with particular applications to reconnection regions in the solar corona. (Theory)
Ewan Dickson
University of Glasgow (Yes)
RHESSI data analysis using regularised inversion to estimate the anisotropy in solar flare electron spectra. Monte Carlo simulations of electron pitch angle scattering. (Data)
Sophie Murray
Trinity College Dublin (No)
My work focuses on active region magnetic field evolution. I use data from Hinode SOT/SP and SDO/HMI to examine small-scale changes in the field leading up to and after solar flares. I specifically look at vector magnetic field changes (e.g. vertical and horizontal field strength, inclination angle, azimuthal angle), as well as the 3D topology. Changes before the flare can be useful for flare prediction, and changes during the course of the flare help test the validity of currently proposed changes in magnetic topology during solar flares. (Data)
Peter Keys
Queen's University Belfast (No)
I study magnetic bright points in the solar atmosphere and I have previously done research on the properties of solar flares in the solar atmosphere. (Data)
James Threlfall
University of St Andrews (No)
Currently studying the effect of including the Hall term from a generalised form of Ohm's law into a range of different MHD wave-based phenomena (including phase-mixing and reconnection), using both analytical and numerical methods. (Data)
Heather Ratcliffe
University of Glasgow (Yes)
Plasma theory, solar radio emission, particle wave interactions (Theory)
David Graham
University of Glasgow (Yes)
Plasma diagnostics of the Solar flaring chromosphere using Hinode/EIS, RHESSI and SDO/EVE. (Data)

Total number registered: 20