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Modern data-analysis in solar physics: Progress in the automated analysis of solar features and their dynamics


An RAS Specialist Discussion Meeting


In recent years a number of satellites and telescopes have become operational that provide near continuous, high-resolution and high-cadence observations of the Sun. This has resulted in a wealth of data that cannot be analysed by hand alone. To make full use of the information it is essential that automated techniques are developed to aid identification and tracking of the various phenomenon of interest. This meeting will bring together those interested in the use and development of automated routines for astrophysical data analysis, with focus on the analysis of dynamics in solar atmospheric datasets. It will enable a discussion on currently available techniques and routines and those under development. Additionally the meeting aims to highlight the future directions required to aid the analysis of large data sets. 


Royal Astronomical Society

Burlington House, London, UK

8th January 2016


Feel free to contact us (the organisers) for more information.


Please check back for further details in the near future! 


Best wishes

Richard Morton & Erwin Verwichte (organisers)



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Automated detection of CME's with CORIMP (Byrne et al. 2012, ApJ, 752, 145)