WaLSA is an international science team with a focus on wave activity in the lower atmosphere of the Sun. The Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics (funded by the Research Council of Norway; project number 262622) has supported formation of the WaLSA Team by providing a generous grant for the kickoff and a followup meetings of the team (in Oslo, in January and August 2019) as well as for data storage facilities.
WaLSA science team aims at obtaining a comprehensive picture of wave propagation in the lower solar atmosphere, ranging from the generation of waves in the sub-photospheric layers to their channelling and eventual dissipation in the magnetised outer atmosphere. These studies will be performed using high-resolution observations interpreted, in tandem, with theoretical models and simulations.
Time and place: Aug. 12, 2019–Aug. 16, 2019, Milky Way auditorium, Rosseland Center for Solar Physics
The second meeting of the WaLSA Team was held at the Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics (RoCS), in Oslo, Norway, during 12-16 August 2019.
Time and place: Jan. 7, 2019 9:15 AM–Jan. 11, 2019 4:00 PM, Room 3514, Georg Sverdrups hus
The first meeting of the WaLSA Team took place at the University of Oslo (Oslo, Norway), between 7-11 January 2019, as a "Rosseland International Team".