Python in Heliophysics Community (PyHC) promotes and facilitates the use and development of Python for Heliophysics. PyHC aims to provide a variety of tutorials, resources, a list of useful packages, general discussion, and advice. The majority of people are in the US but some are in Europe.
The KU Leuven Center for Mathematical Plasma Astrophysics is looking for a PostDoctoral candidate with interest in applying Machine Learning (ML) and Data Assimilation techniques to space science. The position will combine the study of simulations (massively parallel kinetic simulation with particle in cell methods, massively parallel fluid simulations of the magnetospheric system) and observations from remote sensing (e.g. SDO, solar dynamic observatory) and in situ (e.g.
Second annual meeting
AIDApy and AIDAdb
Video: "What is space weather?"
AIDA at EGU 2020
The third Annual Meeting will take place in Italy, 17-21 May 2021.
The beautiful place of Spineto Abbey will host the partners of AIDA for an intense work together.
Next week (4-8 May 2020) EGU will be online and AIDA partners will present many advancements of the project.
Follow us at EGU!
6 May 2020, 9:00 - 12:55
Turbulence & Reconnection - Chairperson: Jörg Büchner
9:00-9:25 Michael Hesse, Cecilia Norgren, Paul Tenfjord, James Burch, Yi-Hsin Liu, Li-Jen Chen, Naoki Bessho, Susanne Spinnangr, and Håkon Kolsto.
How does dissipation work in the electron diffusion region of asymmetric magnetic reconnection .
Schools and Courses
The first AIDA school has just ended! The main objective of the school was to introduce the European heliophysics community to the domain of machine learning and data analysis. We are glad for the large number of people interested in it. Thanks to all the AIDA partner involved and a special thanks to:
See you next edition!
Talks and Publications
For more information visit AIDA website.
The first AIDA school is just ended and we are glad for the large number of people interested in it. Thanks to all the AIDA partner involved and a special thanks to:
- Morris Riedel (Jülich Supercomputer Center and University of Iceland)
- Geert Jan Bex (Flemish Supercomputer Centre, KU Leuven and Hasselt University)
- Peter Wintoft (Swedish Institute of Space Physics)
for the valuable lessons.
During this week (18 - 22 November 2019) partners of AIDA are involved in two events.
SC19 (SuperComputing19), Denver - Colorado (USA)
AIDA will be shown during the exhibition at Cineca booth 957, come to visit us!
ESWW, Liège - Belgium
Posters and talks will be shown at ESWW with the advancements of the project:
- Unsupervised Learning [Poster by R. Dupuis (arXiv:1910.10012)]