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Awarded for the best popular scientific article of 2018 by Forskerzonen, Peter Laursen reveals how scientists can survive the struggle between doing research and public outreach.
RoCS, the freshly established Norwegian Centre of Excellence, welcomes four new PhD students in Solar Physics.
World leading European solar/stellar physicists granted €10 millions to unveil the mysteries of our life-energy source: the Sun. Mats Carlsson, professor at the Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics and Principal Investigator, reveals objectives and strategy of his ambitious project.
"ITA offers an ideal environment to learn and a unique opportunity to collaborate with members of the solar group whose research topics are akin to mine."
A recent article by RoCS' doctoral research fellow, Souvik Bose and K. Nagaraju of the Indian Institute of Astrophysics, is featured as a research highlight in the American Astonomical Society Nova.
“Norway itself is welcoming - since my arrival the weather was ideal.“
The image shows the heating in the upper solar atmosphere called the corona. Here the temperature is more than 1 Million Kelvin, much hotter than the solar surface.
“I’m hoping to embrace the Norwegian culture as much as possible and make the most out of the beautiful Scandinavian nature“, Petra Kohutova
A new article by professor Mats Carlsson at RoCS, among others, was recently selected as a highlight in the scientific journal "Astronomy & Astrophysics".
Charalambos Kanella and Boris Gudiksen at RoCS has published a research paper in the journal "Astronomy & Astrophysics".
Benedikte Evensen is starting as Centre Coordinator for RoCS from the 1st of February 2018.
The SolarALMA project is featured in an article in EUs research and innovation magazine Horizon.
Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics (RoCS) officially opened on November 1st 2017.
The solar research group at the Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics becomes new centre of excellence.
Solar physicist from France.
21 April Bart De Pontieu will give the annual Rosseland Lecture for 2016, titled "Living with our nearest star".
Mark is originally from the Netherlands. He enjoys exploring new continents and has previously lived in both the US and in Australia. Now he has brought his family to enjoy the outdoor life in Norway. And to do research on radiation in the early universe.
Mikolaj is Polish but comes to ITA directly from a long period of working in Paris. He insists that he enjoys the move that has brought him closer to the Arctic Circle.
Signe is Danish and has previously worked in Australia. She tries to figure out what the Universe is made of.