A further paper has been accepted for publication from RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics. Postdoctoral Fellow Maryam Saberi presents her paper.
European Solar Physics Division awarded Kohutova "for important contributions to the understanding of thermal instability in the solar atmosphere, combining observations, theory, and modelling.”
The International Astronomical Union has awarded Souvik Bose the best PhD Prize 2021 within the “Sun and Heliosphere” division. 120 Ph.D. theses were submitted for the award consideration. Bose did his doctoral studies at the Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics, Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics, UiO.
- I am Reetika Joshi, an Indian girl coming from a small town in the foothills of Himalaya. Meet RoCS newest Postdoctoral Fellow.
Three new papers has been accepted for publication from RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics. Postdoctoral Fellow Avijeet Prasad, Postdoctoral Fellow Nancy Narang and guest researcher Jayant Joshi present their latest findings.
The image taken by the spacecraft Solar Orbiter 15th of February is the largest solar prominence eruption ever observed in a single image together with the full solar disc. It extended millions of kilometres into space.
Three publications have been accepted for publication from RoCS autumn 2021 - early winter 2022 . Doctoral Research Fellow Helle Bakke, masterstudent Bruce Chappell and guest researcher Vasco Manuel de Jorge Henriques present their latest findings.
Eilif Sommer Øyre is new to RoCS. The Doctoral Research Fellow chose solar physics to learn more about physics, computer science, and what it means to be a researcher in astrophysics.
Finally it's settled! NASA and RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics will work on a new solar project to better understand the Earth-Sun environment.
For the second time in its mission so far, the ESA/NASA Solar Orbiter spacecraft has flown through the tail of a comet. A mission that includes RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics.
- We have found the largest resonant oscillations detected in an intense sunspot, says Dr. Shahin Jafarzadeh, guest researcher at RoCS and part of the WaLSA international team behind the research. The results were published 25th of January in Nature Communications.
Mats-Ola Sand's decision to stay on after his astronomy studies as a Doctoral Research Fellow at ITA and RoCS comes down to two factors: exciting opportunities and a friendly environment.
Today sees the publication of a wealth of results from the spacecraft’s cruise phase. That's not bad for a mission yet to have entered its main science phase. RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics is part of the mission.
The flyby on 27 November went well and placed Solar Orbiter onto the correct orbit for its science phase to begin. RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics, UiO, takes part in the mission.
Tired of zoom meetings and home office, RoCS PhD student Rebecca Robinson arranged herself a job on the Hurtigruten as an Expedition Lecturer. The lectures on the Sun and the Northern Lights are part of the doctoral degree at the Department of Theoretical Astrophysics.
Four publications have been accepted for publication from RoCS in October. Researcher Henrik Eklund and Postdoctoral Fellows Ana Belén Griñón Marin and Atul Mohan present their latest findings.
RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics is in steady cruise phase after their lift off as a Centre of Excellence (SFF) 1st of November 2017. With 48 employees from around the world they aim high.
This autumn three young Ph.D.candidates started their work journey at RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics. Michael Haahr from Denmark is one of them.
- The Whole Sun Project, provides a unique opportunity for me to work and collaborate with experts from other European institutions, says the latest newcomer to RoCS. His name is Avijeet Prasad and he is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow.
- Three years ago, I decided to become a software developer, says Wojciech Olejarz. And this spring he started working for RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics.
Two publications have been accepted for publication from RoCS in August. Doctoral Research Fellow Souvik Bose and Guest Researcher Daniel Nóbrega Siverio present their latest findings.
The SolarALMA project run by RoCS - the Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics - has just been concluded. The result is an archive with science-ready ALMA observations of the Sun. The archive is now open for all scientists.
The European Solar Physics Meeting (ESPM) is held this week with 635 participants and 413 talks. Associate professor Tiago Pereira at RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics has the main responsibility for one of the largest Zoom meetings ever organized in solar physics.
Every two years the Norwegian Research Council invites for research proposals through the Space Science Programme. This year a project from RoCS, with project leader Professor Luc Rouppe van der Voort, receives funding.
Nature Astronomy asked Adjunct Professor Guillaume Aulanier at RoCS - Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics to comment on the revival of an old theory in Solar Physics.