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5 Feb 2014
Coventry, United Kingdom
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Dec 13, 2013
Prof Philippa Browning (Manchester, UKSP & IOP Plasma Physics Committees),
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Synergy between Solar and Tokamak Plasma Theory

The atmosphere of the Sun and in magnetically confined fusion devices (tokamaks) exhibit many common physical phenomena such as magnetohydrodynamic waves, instabilities and magnetic reconnection. It is often quoted that the solar corona and wind are 'natural plasma laboratories’. The aim of this discussion meeting is to bring together the solar and fusion scientific communities in the UK, to identify areas of common interests in magnetohydrodynamics and plasma physics theory and simulations, and to initiate collaborations of mutual benefit.