Dear Colleagues,We want to draw your attention towards the *SOLARNET Summer School for Solar Observers – A week above the cloudss* which will be held at the Observatorio del Teide in August 5-9, 2019.Our purpose is to instruct students and young postdocs in the capabilities and operation of the German solar facilities at the observatory, by giving them the opportunity to
– run real observations at GREGOR, the largest solar telescope in Europe
– calibrate data by learning how to use the existing data pipelines, Python and deep learning techniques
– learn how to complement ground-based observations with space-based observations
– experience the observers’ life up the mountain for a weekthrough different lectures and experimental activities (programme in SOLARNET webpage available soon).
Due to restrictions in accommodation, the number of participants is limited to 12.To register, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief statement of interest indicating your field of research and why you want to participate in the school.Registration deadline: June 15, 2019.
The SOLARNET Mobility Evaluation Committee (MEC) is pleased to announce the 1st Call for Proposals of Mobility Programme of Young and Experienced Researchers (Deadline: May 31st, 2019).
SOLARNET (http://solarnet-project.eu/home) aims to bring together and integrate the major European research infrastructures in the field of high-resolution solar physics, in order to promote coordinated research and development. In this regard, SOLARNET will support the mobility of early stage researchers (ESRs) as well as experienced researchers as part of the networking activities foreseen in the project. This task is supervised by the MEC, which evaluates and selects the submitted applications. This first Call is related to stays to be carried on during the period September 1st, 2019 – February 29th, 2020. Detailed information about the Young and Experienced Researchers Mobility Programme can be found at http://solarnet-project.eu/Mobility-Programmes and in the attached file below: