The Solar-Terrestrial Centre of Excellence annual meeting is a coming together of people working at the plateau to discover new things.
This year we want to highlight an international observation campaign that was intended to squeeze the last drop out of SUMER, an instrument onboard of the 21 years old (!) space weather satellite SOHO. The STCE contributed to this campaign. With the 'lucky imaging' trick, we got an amazing view of the solar surface.
And, hot of the press: the Extreme Ultraviolet Imager (EUI) is ready to be mounted on the Solar Orbiter satellite! More about it at the meeting.
We present also the 2017 Dark & Dusty tour. We will guide you through the catacomben of the BIRA, RMI and KSB revealing secret science that you never could think of. Flash lights are not necessary.
As tradition requires, we end with food. To have an estimate of the amount of food that we should foresee, please register. It's done in a sec.
We hope to welcome you on June 8!
Please, keep your morning cup for the coffee break.