ITP Program on Solar Magnetism and Related Astrophysics (Jan 15 - Mar 29, 2002)
Coordinators: G. Fisher and D. Longcope

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Time Speaker Title
Wednesday, January 16
8:45p David Gross
Welcome to the Conference[Aud]
9:00a Peter Gilman
Solar rotation: observations, theory, modeling, and implications for solar magnetism[Slides][Aud][Cam]
9:45a Douglas Rabin
Observed properties of the solar cycle dynamo[Slides][Aud][Cam]
11:00a David Hathaway
Torsional oscillation & meridional flows[Slides][Vid][Aud][Cam]
11:45a Christopher Johns-Krull
Rice University
Magnetic fields on stars[Slides][Aud][Cam]
2:00p Thomas Berger
Small-scale solar magnetic dynamics[Slides][Aud][Cam]
2:45p Thierry Emonet
U. Chicago
Theories and observations of surface dynamos[Slides][Vid][Aud][Cam]
3:45p Keith MacGregor
Solar dynamo models[Slides][Aud][Cam]
Thursday, January 17
8:30a George Fisher
U.C. Berkeley
Emergence: Overview of thin flux tube models[Slides][Aud][Cam]
9:15a Douglas Braun
Helioseismological observations of active regions[Slides][Vid][Aud][Cam]
10:00a Lidia van Driel-Gesztelyi
Konkoly Observatory
Observations of emerging flux tubes[Slides][Vid][Aud][Cam]
11:00a David Rust
Magnetic measurements of flux emergence[Slides][Aud][Cam]
11:30a Yuhong Fan
Flux emergence simulations[Slides][Vid][Aud][Cam]
2:15p James Klimchuk
Naval research Lab
Coronal loops[Aud][Cam]
3:00p Thomas Metcalf
How the corona depends on magnetic variables[Aud][Cam]
Friday, January 18
8:30a Terry Forbes
U. New Hampshire
Flares & Reconnection in flares: where we stand?[Slides][Aud][Cam]
9:15a Ed DeLuca
Harvard-Smithsonian CfA
Observations of Complex Flaring Topologies[Slides][Aud][Cam]
9:45a Lyndsay Fletcher
Univ. of Glasgow
2-ribbon flares: observations vs. models[Slides][Vid][Aud][Cam]
10:45a Hugh Hudson
SPRC/UC Berkeley
Energetic particles HXR emission as a diagnostic for energy release[Slides][Aud][Cam]
11:30a Robert Lin
U.C. Berkeley
HESSI results[Slides][Aud][Cam]
1:30p Nat Gopalswamy
Catholic U.
CMEs: observations of all kinds[Slides][Vid][Aud][Cam]
2:15p Richard Canfield
Montana State Univ.
Importance of flux emergence as triggers[Aud][Cam]
3:15p Spiro Antiochos
Naval Research Lab
Importance of topology[Slides][Vid][Aud][Cam]
3:45p David McKenzie
Montana State U.
Reconnection observed: 2d and 3d elements[Slides][Aud][Cam]

Poster W.Abbett S.Ledvina
New coupled models of emerging magnetic flux in active regions
Poster A.Brandenburg
The solar dynamo: worrying about magnetic helicity
Poster S.Petty-Powell M.Johnson Energy transport above the photosphere
Poster B.Kliem & T.Török The evolution of coronal magnetic flux tubes subject to footpoint twisting motions
Poster J.Lawrence A.Cadavid
A.Ruzmaikin T.Berger
Observations of the Structure of small scale photospheric fields
Poster P.Liewer M.Neugebauer Magnetic mapping to determine sources of solar wind at solar max
Poster R.McMullen D.Longcope
D.McKenzie C.Kankelborg
Modeling the coronal loop of an X-ray bright point
Poster R.Stein --------
Poster H.Zirin R.Cameron The true structure of weak solar magnetic fields
Poster E.J. Zita Wave transformation in magnetic shear region