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MSIW01 6th September 2004
11:30 to 12:35
R Rosner Stellar magnetic activity (overview)
MSIW01 6th September 2004
15:30 to 16:40
Introduction to MHD and dynamo theory I
MSIW01 6th September 2004
16:40 to 17:05
Universal mechanism of dynamo saturation:dynamics of magnetic helicity
MSIW01 6th September 2004
17:05 to 17:30
Finite amplitude convection in rotating spherical fluid shells and its Prandtl number dependence
MSIW01 7th September 2004
09:00 to 10:10
Introduction to MHD and dynamo theory II
MSIW01 7th September 2004
10:10 to 10:35
I Rogachevskii Effect of differential rotation on nonlinear mean electromotive force and stellar dynamos
MSIW01 7th September 2004
10:35 to 11:00
Magneto-rotational instability in the solar core and Ap star envelopes
MSIW01 7th September 2004
11:25 to 12:30
What we know about stellar interiors (overview)
MSIW01 7th September 2004
15:30 to 16:40
AM Title Observations of magnetic fields on the Sun I
MSIW01 7th September 2004
16:40 to 17:05
A Voegler Decay of a simulated bipolar magnetic field in the solar surface layers
MSIW01 7th September 2004
17:05 to 17:30
YV Dumin Heating the stellar plasma in the transitional region from the inductive to drift freezing of magnetic field
MSIW01 8th September 2004
09:00 to 10:10
Magnetic activity in rapidly rotating stars I
MSIW01 8th September 2004
10:10 to 10:35
Influence of external flows on the stability of magnetic flux tubes in a stellar convection zone
MSIW01 8th September 2004
10:35 to 11:00
Connecting solar irradiance variability to the solar dynamo using the virial theorem
MSIW01 8th September 2004
11:25 to 12:35
AM Title Observations of magnetic fields on the Sun II
MSIW01 9th September 2004
09:00 to 10:10
Magnetic activity in rapidly rotating stars II
MSIW01 9th September 2004
10:10 to 10:35
R Tavakol Dynamo models and differential rotation in sun and stars
MSIW01 9th September 2004
10:35 to 11:00
Different limiting mechanisms for nonlinear dynamos
MSIW01 9th September 2004
11:25 to 12:35
Magnetoconvection I
MSIW01 9th September 2004
15:30 to 16:40
Young stars I
MSIW01 9th September 2004
16:40 to 17:05
Localised states in magnetoconvection
MSIW01 9th September 2004
17:05 to 17:30
Large scale simulations of compressible convection
MSIW01 10th September 2004
09:00 to 10:10
Magnetoconvection II
MSIW01 10th September 2004
10:00 to 10:35
Modelling photospheric magnetoconvection in the weak field regime
MSIW01 10th September 2004
10:35 to 11:00
Current status of facular region and sunspot models
MSIW01 10th September 2004
11:25 to 12:35
Young stars II
MSIW01 10th September 2004
15:30 to 16:40
Sunspots I
MSIW01 10th September 2004
16:40 to 17:05
AC Birch Forward modeling for local helioseismology
MSIW01 13th September 2004
09:00 to 10:10
Fine structure of solar magnetic fields
MSIW01 13th September 2004
10:10 to 10:35
Emergence of magnetic flux into the solar atmosphere: three dimensional experiments
MSIW01 13th September 2004
10:35 to 11:00
NH Brummell What is a magnetic flux tube?
MSIW01 13th September 2004
11:25 to 12:35
Sunspots II
MSIW01 13th September 2004
15:30 to 16:40
Small-scale dynamos I
MSIW01 13th September 2004
16:40 to 17:05
AG Kosovichev Helioseismic observations of magnetohydrodynamics of the solar interior
MSIW01 14th September 2004
09:00 to 10:10
Magnetohydrodynamics of stably stratified stars
MSIW01 14th September 2004
10:10 to 10:35
Photospheric MHD simulations of solar pores
MSIW01 14th September 2004
10:35 to 11:00
A Brandenburg Catastrophic alpha quenching alleviated by helicity flux and shear
MSIW01 14th September 2004
11:25 to 12:35
Small-scale dynamos II
MSIW01 14th September 2004
15:30 to 16:40
Internal rotation of the Sun I: Results from helioseismology
MSIW01 14th September 2004
16:40 to 17:05
Numerical simulations of small scale dynamo activity; spectra and critical magnetic Reynolds numbers
MSIW01 15th September 2004
09:00 to 10:10
Internal rotation of the Sun II
MSIW01 15th September 2004
10:10 to 10:35
Magnetic-field generation in low-magnetic-Prandtl-number plasmas
MSIW01 15th September 2004
10:35 to 11:00
AS Brun Dynamo action in turbulent convective shells with or without rotation
MSIW01 15th September 2004
11:25 to 12:35
Solar and stellar dynamos I
MSIW01 16th September 2004
09:00 to 10:10
Solar and stellar dynamos II
MSIW01 16th September 2004
10:10 to 10:35
AA Ruzmaikin Non-axisymmetric solar magnetic fields
MSIW01 16th September 2004
10:35 to 11:00
Non-axisymmetric solar interface dynamos
MSIW01 16th September 2004
11:25 to 12:35
Dynamo experiments I
MSIW01 16th September 2004
15:30 to 16:40
Direct simulation of planetary and stellar dynamos I: methods and results
MSIW01 16th September 2004
16:40 to 17:05
Nonlinear dynamo action in rotating convection and shear
MSIW01 16th September 2004
17:05 to 18:15
Dynamo experiments II
MSIW01 17th September 2004
09:00 to 10:10
Direct simulation of planetary and stellar dynamos II: future challenges
MSIW01 17th September 2004
10:10 to 10:35
Numerical simulations of the solar tachocline
MSIW01 17th September 2004
10:35 to 11:00
Comparison of three-dimensional geodynamo calculations with mean-field models
MSI 21st September 2004
10:00 to 11:30
Parameter dependence of convection in spherical shells and its dynamo action
MSI 23rd September 2004
10:00 to 11:30
Planetary dynamos
MSI 28th September 2004
10:00 to 11:30
K Shibata Modelling magnetic activity in the sun, stars and accretion discs
MSI 30th September 2004
10:00 to 11:30
D Galloway Different limiting mechanisms for nonlinear dynamos: a more detailed account.
MSI 5th October 2004
10:00 to 11:30
R Rosner Validating astrophysical simulations
MSI 7th October 2004
14:30 to 16:00
N Hurlburt Modeling Magnetoconvection in active regions
MSIW02 11th October 2004
11:25 to 12:35
Computational MHD: A model problem for widely separated time and space scales (Chair: R Rosner)
MSIW02 11th October 2004
15:30 to 16:40
Planetary convection and dynamos (Chair: N Weiss)
MSIW02 11th October 2004
16:40 to 17:05
DNS of anisotropic MHD flows (Chair: N Weiss)
MSIW02 11th October 2004
17:05 to 17:30
Convective instabilities in pre-runaway white dwarfs (Chair: N Weiss)
MSIW02 12th October 2004
09:00 to 10:10
Staggered mesh approaches to MHD- and charged-particle simulations of astrophysical turbulence (Chair: DJ Galloway)
MSIW02 12th October 2004
10:10 to 10:35
NH Brummell Magnetic field transport in turbulent compressible convection (Chair: DJ Galloway)
MSIW02 12th October 2004
10:35 to 11:00
PLUTO: a modular code for computational astrophysics (Chair: DJ Galloway)
MSIW02 12th October 2004
11:25 to 12:35
Astrophysical dynamos (Chair: DJ Galloway)
MSIW02 12th October 2004
15:30 to 16:40
Global modelling of solar convection, differential rotation and magnetism (Chair: MRE Proctor)
MSIW02 12th October 2004
16:40 to 17:05
M Browning Simulations of core convection and resulting dynamo action rotating A-type stars (Chair: MRE Proctor)
MSIW02 12th October 2004
17:05 to 17:30
Mach number dependence of the onset of dynamo action (Chair: MRE Proctor)
MSIW02 13th October 2004
09:00 to 10:10
R Klein Verification and validation of astrophysical radiation-hydrodynamics (Chair: JM Stone)
MSIW02 13th October 2004
10:10 to 10:35
Modelling of relativistic magnetically dominated plasmas (Chair: JM Stone)
MSIW02 13th October 2004
10:35 to 11:00
AA Schekochihin Turbulence in magnetized plasma: do we understand and can we simulate Braginskii viscosity? (Chair: JM Stone)
MSIW02 13th October 2004
11:25 to 12:35
E Mueller Supernovae and numerical (R)MHD: challenges and developments (Chair: JM Stone)
MSIW02 14th October 2004
09:00 to 10:10
Kinetic modeling of magnetic reconnection in space and astrophysical systems (Chair: PH Diamond)
MSIW02 14th October 2004
10:10 to 10:35
3D simulation of emerging flux and magnetic reconnection using the Earth Simulator (Chair: PH Diamond)
MSIW02 14th October 2004
10:35 to 11:00
R Keppens Grid-adaptive simulations of magnetized jet flows (Chair: PH Diamond)
MSIW02 14th October 2004
11:25 to 12:35
Large scale simulations of astrophysical turbulence (Chair: PH Diamond)
MSIW02 14th October 2004
15:30 to 16:40
Non-ideal MHD and beyond (Chair: NE Hurlburt)
MSIW02 14th October 2004
16:40 to 17:05
A numerical scheme for multi-fluid MHD (Chair: NE Hurlburt)
MSIW02 14th October 2004
17:05 to 17:30
A new CT-Godunov MHD algorithm with application to the MRI (Chair: NE Hurlburt)
MSIW02 14th October 2004
17:30 to 17:55
DS Balsara Amplification of interstellar magnetic fields by supernova-driven turbulence (Chair: NE Hurlburt)
MSIW02 15th October 2004
09:00 to 10:10
Simulations of astrophysical jets (Chair: A Ruzmaikin)
MSIW02 15th October 2004
10:10 to 10:35
Short and long term simulations of relativistic magnetized jets (Chair: A Ruzmaikin)
MSIW02 15th October 2004
10:35 to 11:00
A Ferrari AMR simulations of supersonic magnetized jet acceleration from accretion discs (Chair: A Ruzmaikin)
MSIW02 15th October 2004
11:25 to 12:35
J Hawley The magneto-rotational instability (Chair: A Ruzmaikin)
MSI 19th October 2004
10:00 to 11:30
Dynamical tides and wave attractors in rotating fluid bodies
MSI 21st October 2004
10:00 to 11:30
Dynamics associated with the inner core tangent cylinder
MSI 26th October 2004
10:00 to 11:30
Long dynamo waves
MSI 28th October 2004
10:00 to 11:30
Helicity and helicity fluxes in turbulent dynamos
MSI 2nd November 2004
10:00 to 11:30
Towards two-dimensional stellar models: a non-perturbative approach to rapidly rotating stars
MSI 4th November 2004
10:00 to 11:30
Passive scalar decay in simple mappings
MSIW03 8th November 2004
10:00 to 11:00
DO Gough Review of observational results
MSIW03 8th November 2004
11:25 to 12:45
Panel discussion of the observations led by J Christensen-Dalsgaard (Aarhus)
MSIW03 8th November 2004
15:30 to 16:30
Theoretical issues raised by the tachocline
MSIW03 8th November 2004
16:30 to 17:30
Discussion led by MJ Thompson (Sheffield) Interactions between theory and observations
MSIW03 9th November 2004
09:00 to 10:00
Magnetic confinement of the tachocline
MSIW03 9th November 2004
10:00 to 11:00
Solar tachocline dynamics
MSIW03 9th November 2004
11:30 to 12:00
Dynamics of the fast solar tachocline
MSIW03 9th November 2004
12:00 to 12:45
Discussion led by NO Weiss (DAMTP, Cambridge)
MSIW03 9th November 2004
15:30 to 16:00
Shellular turbulence in the Earth's atmosphere
MSIW03 9th November 2004
16:00 to 17:00
Turbulence in the tachocline
MSIW03 9th November 2004
17:00 to 17:45
Discussion led by HC Spruit (MPA, Garching)
MSIW03 10th November 2004
09:00 to 10:00
PA Gilman Hydrodynamic and magnetohydrodynamic instabilities in the tachocline
MSIW03 10th November 2004
10:00 to 11:00
Magnetic buoyancy instabilities and shear in the tachocline
MSIW03 10th November 2004
11:30 to 12:45
Discussion led by PS Cally (Monash, Melbourne)
MSIW03 11th November 2004
09:00 to 10:00
Angular momentum transport by magnetohydrodynamic turbulence
MSIW03 11th November 2004
10:00 to 11:00
Discussion led by PH Diamond (UCSD) Transport and transport barriers in the tachocline
MSIW03 11th November 2004
11:30 to 12:30
The solar dynamo and the tachocline
MSIW03 11th November 2004
15:30 to 17:30
Discussion led by SM Tobias (Leeds)
MSIW03 12th November 2004
09:00 to 10:00
R Rosner What have we learnt? Where do we go from here?
MSI 16th November 2004
10:00 to 11:30
The solar dynamo as a model of the solar cycle
MSI 18th November 2004
10:00 to 11:30
Acoustics of surface magnetic fields
MSI 23rd November 2004
10:00 to 11:00
Aspects of mean field dynamo theory
MSI 23rd November 2004
16:30 to 17:30
The role of mathematics in Newton's natural philosophy
MSI 25th November 2004
10:00 to 11:00
P Diamond Transport barriers
MSI 30th November 2004
10:00 to 11:30
A Ferriz Mas Some comments on the use of Chandrasekhar's adiabatic exponents in compressible hydrodynamics
MSI 2nd December 2004
10:00 to 11:15
J Beer Long-term solar variability derived from cosmogenic radionuclides
MSI 2nd December 2004
11:30 to 12:45
Modulation of cyclic activity in the Sun
MSIW05 6th December 2004
11:00 to 11:45
Plasmas in the laboratory and in astrophysics
MSIW05 6th December 2004
12:00 to 12:45
Helioseismology and the rotation of the sun
MSIW05 6th December 2004
14:30 to 15:15
The strange properties of sunspots
MSIW05 6th December 2004
15:30 to 16:15
Magneto-shear instabilities in stars
MSIW05 6th December 2004
16:45 to 17:30
Magnetic fields in galaxies
MSI 7th December 2004
10:00 to 10:40
Shear barriers
MSI 7th December 2004
10:40 to 10:55
Near-wall structures
MSI 7th December 2004
10:55 to 11:10
B Kerr Non-linear models
MSI 7th December 2004
11:25 to 11:40
N Kevlahan RDT of near-wall turbulence
MSI 7th December 2004
12:00 to 12:40
Mean-field MHD
MSI 7th December 2004
12:40 to 13:00
Passive scalar diffusion
MSI 7th December 2004
14:00 to 14:20
Scaling in MHD turbulence
MSI 7th December 2004
14:40 to 15:20
C Vassilicos Two-particle diffusion
MSI 7th December 2004
15:40 to 15:55
Passive scalars and coherent structures
MSI 7th December 2004
15:55 to 16:10
Diffusion of inertial particles
MSI 7th December 2004
16:10 to 16:25
Scalar dissipation rates
MSI 9th December 2004
10:30 to 11:30
The structure of small-scale magnetic flux tubes
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