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PhD. Topics

Astronomical Institute

Solar activity cycles – empirical implications for the solar dynamo modelling
PhD. program
Astronomy and Astrophysics
Name of the supervisor
RNDr. Ján Rybák, CSc.
Receiving school
Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics
Affiliation: Astronomical Institute of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Tatranská Lomnica, 059 60 Vysoké Tatry

Focus of the research: An analysis of the long-term observations of the solar activity – sunspots, magnetic fields as well as measurements of prominences and green corona, determined at the AISAS – for determination of behaviour and importance of manifestations of different activity separately on individual hemispheres of the Sun. Searching for empirical implications for modelling of the solar activity by numerical methods describing the solar dynamo.

Objectives: An expected output of the research is determination of the temporal evolution of the time-latitude asymmetry of the solar activity for time period of several solar activity cycles and an analysis of its importance for different periods together with searching for probable periodicities of the activity.

English language, programming skills, physical background

Research field:
Research of physical properties and processes in the atmosphere of the Sun

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