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1419 Apr 2013
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, United States
Registration deadline
Apr 7, 2013
Contact address
Dr. P Gary Zank
United States


12th Annual International Astrophysics Conference

The 12th Annual International Astrophysics conference will be held at the Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention Center Hotel in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, April 15 – April 19. (Welcome Reception and Evening Registration begins Sunday, April 14).

The meeting entitled, “Outstanding problems in Heliosphysics: from coronal heating to the edge of the heliosphere”, will follow the same format as before with 25-minute presentations punctuated by selected 40-minute invited talks that will explore various themes in greater detail. The meeting will focus on observations, modeling and theory addressing some of the most challenging unresolved problems in heliophysics today. These range from the heating of the corona and driving of the solar wind, physical processes in the solar wind itself, to the role of interstellar medium in shaping the heliosphere.