Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) Based Research


SDO was launched on 11th February 2010. SDO observes all the time all the Sun. We study coronal loops, as building blocks of solar storms, with knots and braids. Solar cycles and dynamo are also studied by us with dynamical systems and topology.



References

Lundstedt, H., Solar storms and topology: Observed with SDO, Proceedings of TIEMS conference "Space Weather and Challenges for Modern Society", 22-24 October, 2012.

Kosovichev, A., Lundstedt, H. and A. Brandenburg, Special issue on current research in astrophysical magnetism, Physica Scripta, Vol. 86, No. 1, 2012.

Lundstedt, H., Solar storms, cycles and topology, The European Physical Journal, Vol. 9, 95-103, published by EDP Sciences, 2010.

Lundstedt, H. and T. Persson, Modelling Solar Cycle Length Based on Poincaré Maps for Lorenz-type Equations, Ann. Geophys., 28, 993-1002, 2010.

Lundstedt, H., Solar Magnetic Activity: Topology and Prediction, Acta Geophysica, 57, no. 1, 31-41, 2009.


Presentations

Lundstedt, H., Solar Storms and Topology: Observed with SDO, TIEMS conference, Oslo, 22-24 October 2012.

Lundstedt, H., Sun-Earth Research with SDO, SOHO and TRACE, SRS meeting, Stockholm, 25th March 2010.

Lundstedt, H.,Solar Storms, Cycles and Topology, Stanford, 11th December 2009.

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