The meeting will cover a broad range of aspects of solar physics, space science and solar-terrestrial relations. We aim to include every side of solar and space research, including observations, theory, and numerical modelling. The main idea behind the meeting is to treat the entire solar-terrestrial domain as one system, rather than each region independently.
The topics to be covered are:
- advanced solar observations
- waves and flows in the Solar atmosphere
- structure and dynamics of solar magnetic fields
- connecting analytical theory and modern numerical simulations to observations
- new physics in numerical modelling
Solar-Terrestial links & Space Plasmas:
- linking solar interior with heliosphere
- particle acceleration in the Sun and heliosphere
- non-linear phenomena in space plasmas
- physics of magnetosphere and ionosphere
The 33rd International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC2013) will be held from 2-9 July, 2013, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Conference is organized under the auspices of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) and is hosted by the Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Físicas (CBPF). The ICRC is the major conference in the area of Astroparticle and Solar Physics, and aims to cover all areas of research under this heading.
Specifically these are: 1. Solar and Heliospheric Physics; 2. Cosmic Ray Physics; 3. Gamma Ray Astronomy; 4. Neutrino Astronomy; 5. Dark Matter Physics.
Those that attend regularly this conference will notice that there are new features:
– the inclusion of Dark Matter research as a main branch of the program;
– a Scientific Program Committee of leading experts on the areas mentioned above, will help in setting an attractive topical scientific program.