RoCS annual report 2019 is hot off the press

The second annual report of the Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics is out! Here the diary of one year-long achievements of the Centre of Excellence at the University of Oslo studying our life giving star: the Sun.

Photo: Daniel E. Nóbrega Siverio, RoCS/UiO.

The Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics (RoCS) was born in 2017 as one of the 10 centres of excellence selected by the Research Council of Norway in the fourth round of the centres of excellence scheme.

Since then, RoCS has dramatically expanded its number of members, has strengthened and established new international collaborations and contributed to important scientific advancements (novel computational and observational techniques) resulting in several scientific articles, some of them in prestigious refereed journals.

All these accomplishments are told in RoCS' Annual Report 2019. Like a diary, it describes the vision, the scientific programme, the activities, and most importantly the people behind it: the heart of the Centre.

For the first annual report (2018) we had a presentation of the vision and scientific programme of the centre. This year we have selected to give some glimpses from the life at RoCS.

says professor Mats Carlsson, director of RoCS, in his introduction to the report. 

Discover the RoCS annual report 2019.

By Martina D'Angelo
Published Apr. 1, 2020 4:16 PM - Last modified Apr. 21, 2021 10:52 AM