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2nd Eddy Cross Disciplinary Symposium
Sun, Earth, Planet, Space, Atmosphere and Ocean
6 - 11, June 2021
6 June, 2021 to 11 June, 2021
Vail, CO, USA

As the corona virus outbreak is expected to continue to have a significant impact on travel and mobility for months to come, we are postponing the 2nd Eddy Cross Disciplinary Symposium to June 6-11, 2021. As more information becomes available we will update our website.


Registration Deadline: TBD

Poster and Contributed Talk Abstract Deadline: TBD

Graduate Student & Postdoc Travel Funding Application Deadline: TBD
        Please visit the Student Travel Funding tab for more information on how to apply.

As our planet becomes one among many thousands of known worlds, our needs to understand how Earth’s space and climate react to our variable star grow in urgency. The aim of the second Eddy Symposium is to bring scientists (both early-career and more senior) together, from diverse disciplines, to help define the next decade of helio-physical research, including its implications for planetary and astrophysical objects.  

This Eddy Symposium will focus upon techniques for optimizing scientific return to broad questions such as: 

  • How do we tackle the multi-physics and multi-scale science needed to arrive at a more holistic understanding of heliophysics? 
  • What new threats does solar variability bring within a changed climate? 
  • Is there something special about our place in the Universe?
  • How do we meet the challenges of nurturing and producing a new and diverse generation of scientists in heliophysics?