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Modern Solar Facilities

Advanced Solar Science, Proceedings of a Workshop held at Göttingen, September 27-29, 2006

edited by Franz Kneer, Klaus Gerhard Puschmann, and Axel D. Wittman

Pages: 381; Size: 6" x 9"

ISBN: 978-1-931968-78-2

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ISBN: 978-1-935603-21-4

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ISBN: 978-1-935603-20-7

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An international workshop entitled: Modern Solar Facilities Advanced Solar Science was held in Göttingen from September 27 until September 29, 2006. The workshop, which was attended by 88 participants from 24 different countries, gave a broad overview of the current state of solar research, with emphasis on modern telescopes and techniques, advanced observational methods and results, and on modern theoretical methods of modelling, computation, and data reduction in solar physics. This book collects written versions of contributions that were presented at the workshop as invited or contributed talks, and as poster contributions.


About the authors

Franz Kneer

Franz Kneer is a professor of physics at the University of Goettingen, Germany. Among his research interests are physics of stellar atmospheres, stellar spectroscopy; solar research, dynamics of the solar photosphere and chromosphere, solar and stellar magnetic fields; transfer of radiation; solar telescopes, instrumentation, high resolution spectroscopy, and image restoration.

Klaus Puschmann

Klaus Puschmann was a researcher at the University of Goettingen, Germany.

Axel Wittman

Axel Wittman is a retired staff member of the Institute for Astrophysics at the University of Goettingen, Germany. Among his areas of interest were positional astronomy, astronomical data reduction, computer control of telescopes, LTE radiative transfer in magnetic fields, and computational Methods and techniques.

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