Joint Solar Orbiter, Parker Solar Probe, and DKSIT Meeting
The joint Solar Orbiter, Parker Solar Probe, and DKIST meeting will take place in San Antonio, TX from Monday April 8 to Thursday April 11, 2024. The combined capabilities of these three observatories provide the scientific community unique resources with which to gain insight into the Sun and its effects on Earth. Timed to coincide with and include a viewing of the 2024 Solar Eclipse, the workshop’s goal is to discuss coordinated science that these observatories can jointly accomplish. The workshop’s outcome will be a clear understanding of synergies between the science enabled by the joint efforts of these three observatories and the ways collaborations between them can drive major key advances in Heliophysics.
The workshop is organized around the following scientific themes:
- Solar wind origins and the coronal magnetic field
- Solar eruptions and transients
- The solar dynamo and the Sun’s impact on the heliosphere
The sessions will be structured around invited talks and include both contributed talks and posters. Space will also be set aside for breakout discussions and meetings.
On Friday, the workshop will be followed by a invite-only Solar Orbiter Science Working Team meetings and Instrument-specific splinter meetings. Further information may be obtainedby contacting Stefano Livi.
Registration & Hotel
Courtyard San Antonio SeaWorld/Westover Hills
11605 State Hwy 151
SA TX 78251
Rate is $144
Registration information will be posted soon. For Government Rates or more information, please contact Michelle Valero.
See you in sunny San Antonio!