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Turbulence & magnetic fields - from the early universe to late-type stars

Symposium 1st April - 5th April, 2019, Tuusula, Finland

Sponsored by

Sponsors: the Federation of Finnish Learned Societies

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the School of Particle Physics and Universe Sciences Helsinki University

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ReSoLVE Center of Excellence Aalto University Department of Computer Science

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NORDITA Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics Stockholm.

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To commemorate the 60th birthday of Professor Axel Brandenburg we are pleased to invite you to our symposium:

"Turbulence & magnetic fields - from the early universe to late-type stars"

April 1st to April 5th 2019. The venue is the magnificent lakeside hotel Gustavelund, lake Tuusula, southern Finland.

The preliminary programme shall include:

  • Origins and structure of magnetic fields in the universe
  • Evolution of galaxies and nature of the dynamo

  • Stellar evolution and magnetic cycles

  • Solar dynamo and the solar system

  • Astrophysical turbulence and dynamo models

  • General topics – experiments, observations and controversy

See participants

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Information frederick.gent@aalto.fi  - registration fee is 400€.

Registration shall cover meeting costs, daily meeting coffee breaks and lunch, Symposium Dinner, social sauna and excursions. Accommodation shall be at the venue, 105€ per single room per night (125€ twin sharing). Accompanying guests are also welcome and can join the symposium dinner for a supplementary fee of 65€ per guest.

Social and cultural programme shall include:

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Gustavelund Hotel, Tuusula

... just south of Järvenpää, where Axel and his wife Sirkka lived, while doing his PhD in Helsinki 1986 and 1990. Nearby attractions include Ainola, 8 km north of Gustavelund.