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History of Solar Activity Recorded in Polar Ice
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eawag16
Hosted by Markus Roth
Affiliation Kiepenheuer-Institut fuer Sonnenphysik
Dübendorf
13.11.2016 - 14.11.2016

Organizing institutions
EAWAG, Dübendorf
Main category Natural Sciences (Astrophysics and Astrononmy)
Conference/Workshop objectives
This Thinkshop will deal with the question whether planets could have any effect on the magnetic activity of the Sun.
Local organizing committee
Carlo Albert; Jürg Beer; Antonio Ferriz Mas
Scientific organizing committee (SOC)

Carlo Albert

Jürg Beer

Antonio Ferriz Mas

Sessions
  • Main Session
Programme
Invited speakers

José Abreu

Jürg Beer

Svetlana Berdyugina

Francesco Berilli

Milan Palus

Markus Roth

Frank Stefani

Important dates None.
Registration and payment information Registration is closed.
Conference venue Dübendorf
Hotel information

For those of you who need accommodation, we’ve reserved rooms in the Sonnental hotel.

Just mention Carlo Albert and Eawag at the reception.

Travel information

Local transport: The Forum Chriesbach is conveniently located along the Tram Line 12, which connects the airport with the Sonnental hotel (see attached map).

You will need a ticket for Zone 121, for the Tram line 12, and the city Zone 110, for the visit of the accelerator and the dinner.

Depending on when you arrive and leave, a 24h ticket for 3 zones (zone 110 counts double) might be worthwhile.

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Frank Stefani

Session: Main Session

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Presentation at EAWAG
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Frank Stefani

Session: Main Session

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15.11.2016
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Presentation at EAWAG
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Markus Roth

Session: Main Session

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15.11.2016
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This is my talk given at the meeting in Dübendorf.
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Carlo Albert

Session: Main Session

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Assuming a simple data-generating model of the type "pure harmonics plus noise" and applying Bayesian inference techniques has two advantages over Fourier analysis: (i) lines that are separated by less than the Fourier resolution might be detected and (ii) the uncertainties of the detected lines can be quantified. If the data stems from the solar activity, inferring the parameters of a stochastic dynamo model might be worthwhile.
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