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 Thomas Howson.
Unless stated otherwise, our seminars start at 1:30pm in Lecture Theatre A , Mathematical Institute, School of Mathematics and Statistics.
Seminar abstracts are revealed by moving the mouse pointer over the title. Visiting speakers are indicated by an asterisk.
A series of related seminars on Applied Mathematics can be found at http://www.mcs.st-and.ac.uk/appseminars.shtml and similarly for the University of Dundee at http://www.maths.dundee.ac.uk/news/events.php.
|Martinmas Semester: Sept - Dec 2019|
|25/09||Prof Alan Hood||Coronal Heating||A|
|02/10||Prantika Bhowmik*||Prediction of sunspot cycle 25 and next decade of solar variability||A|
|09/10||Sandra Milena Conde Cuellar*||Analysis of coronal loop oscillations during flaring events||A|
|17/10||Peter Damiano*||Electron dynamics in kinetic scale field line resonances||D|
|30/10||Jamie Quinn*||The effect of anisotropic viscosity on the nonlinear kink instability||A|
|06/11||Thomas Neukirch||(A couple of remarks on) Force-free collisionless current sheets||A|
|13/11||Thomas Howson||Heating in a Coronal Arcade||A|
|20/11||Petros Syntelis||Solar eruptions across different scales||A|
|27/11||Paolo Pagano||What MHD waves have to do with coronal heating?||A|
|04/12||Duncan Mackay||Is a prominence a flux rope or a sheared arcade?||A|