Category Archives: Magnetic Helicity

New article on magnetic helicity: first benchmark of volume methods

The first article in link with the HélSol project, “Magnetic helicity estimations in models and observations of the solar magnetic field. Part I: Finite volume methods”,  has just been accepted in Space Science Reviews. More info can be found on the … Continue reading

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Paper on helicity conservation accepted!

The paper on magnetic helicity and its conservation has been accepted in Astronomy & Astrophysics : “Testing magnetic helicity conservation in a solar-like active event” (pdf) E. Pariat, G. Valori, P. Démoulin, K. Dalmasse: Abstract: Magnetic helicity has the remarkable … Continue reading

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Seminar at LESIA

Today a seminar for the Solar Physic Group of LESIA, my home group. Magnetic helicity and its conservation: a future proxy for solar eruption predictions? PDF version of the seminar Abstract: Nowadays, no quantity has been discovered that can be … Continue reading

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Seminar at UNAM-Morelia

I’m giving a seminar today in Morelia at the Instituto de Geofísica, Unidad Michoacan, Universidad Nacional Autonomía de Mexico. This seminar is about: Magnetic helicity and its conservation: a future proxy for solar eruption predictions? Abstract: Nowadays, no quantity has … Continue reading

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Submission of an article about magnetic helicity conservation

This paper is now accepted: see here

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ISSI team on Magnetic Helicity

With my dear colleague Gherardo Valori from MSSL, we are organising a focused team on the estimation of magnetic helicity. This team is meeting under the patronage of the International Space Science Institue (ISSI) in Bern, Switzerland. The name of … Continue reading

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