Flux emergence and its consequences in the solar atmosphere

David MacTaggart (Glasgow)
Chris Prior (Durham)
Karen Meyer (Abertay)


Flux emergence is one of the most exciting areas in solar physics for theorists and observers. It is the driver for much of the dynamic activity in the solar atmosphere. The meeting will bring together leading researchers in this field to discuss the latest results, combining theory and observation, across all scales of flux emergence.

We invite contributions on the latest flux emergence research, both theoretical and observational. We also welcome contributions on new techniques of analysis for complex flux emergence models/observations and their related phenomena.

There are two invited talks, one observational by Salvo Guglielmino (Catania, Italy) and one theoretical by James Leake (NRL, USA).


The programme for the meeting can be found here.