Articles by Manolis Georgoulis

15th European Solar Physics Meeting (ESPM-15)

By Manolis Georgoulis. Published on 23 October 2017 in:
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The 15th Conference of the ESPM Series was very successfully organised in the premises of Budapest’s Eötvös-Loránd University in early September 2017. The triennial meeting series brings together the European and a significant part of the international solar physics community for a week of intense interaction and debate that redefines, often reshaping, the field’s state-of-the-art. ESPMs are assigned to a local organizer via a highly competitive bidding process and are coordinated by the European Solar Physics Division (ESPD), a joint Division of the European Physical Society and the European Astronomical Society. The ESPD values highly the geographical distribution of ESPMs, having assigned their venues in twelve (12) different European countries so far.

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2017 EPS Solar Physics Division Prizes

By Manolis Georgoulis. Published on 08 August 2017 in:
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In a consultation process kicked off  in 2015, the ESPD / EPS decided in 2016 to implement three Division Prizes, foreseen by its statutes and bylaws since its establishment in 2008: a Senior Prize, presented to a distinguished senior solar scientist for a life-long prolific career or scholarship, an Early Career Prize, presented to a solar scientist with an outstanding research track record up to four years after the completion of his / her PhD Thesis and a PhD Thesis Prize, presented to a young researcher who achieved significant doctoral work and a successful PhD Thesis completion over the previous calendar year. The PhD Thesis and Early Career Prizes are awarded annually, while the Senior Prize is triennial.

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European Solar Physics Division (ESPD) – Nominations sought for ESPD prizes

By Manolis Georgoulis. Published on 21 March 2017 in:
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The European Solar Physics Division (ESPD) has decided to raise awareness in the work and achievements of the European and international solar physics community by establishing three (3) distinct prizes: a PhD Τhesis Prize, a Postdoc (Early Career Researcher) Prize and Senior Prize. Nominations are invited for each of them. The selection of each prize awardee will be made by the ESPD Board and by an external committee of experts.

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