Magnetic Fields in the Sun and Stars

Magnetic Fields in the Sun and Stars

Picture of Nigel Weiss

A Meeting in celebration of the 70th birthday of N.O.Weiss

Nigel Weiss was 70 last December, and in his honour there
will be a programme of invited talks on
22 June 2007

Provisional Programme

All talks will take place in Meeting Room 2,
Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge

09:45Coffee and Registration14:15D. W. Hughes
10:10Welcome14:55A. M. Rucklidge
10:15A. M. Title15:35G. I. Ogilvie
10:55S. M. Tobias16:15TEA
11:35P. A. Glendinning16:35P. J. Bushby
12:15J. H. Thomas17:15D. O. Gough
12:55LUNCH17:55N. O. Weiss

18:45Drinks reception, Clare College
20:00Dinner, Old Kitchen, Trinity College

All friends and colleagues of Nigel are warmly invited to join this celebration. Bed and breakfast accommodation may be available in Trinity College on 22 June (and possibly also on 21 June), and there will be a dinner with speeches that evening in the College. The charge for the dinner will be £40; rates for accommodation will be announced shortly. There will be a small registration fee (£10) to cover teas, coffees and the reception. The meeting is supported by the London Mathematical Society, and the Heilbronn Fund, Trinity College and there is travel and subsistence support available for UK Research Students.

Lunch: arrangements for lunch are not yet finalised. A simple sandwich lunch should be available at the CMS cafeteria,: if there is sufficient demand a special and better lunch may be available. Please indicate which you prefer.

Dinner: The conference dinner will take place in the Old Kitchen, Trinity College. Numbers are limited. Please indicate if you wish to bring a guest: if numbers are very large it may be necessary to restrict the number of guest tickets.

Registration for this meeting has now closed. Please contact Kaija Hampson if you require any further details.

We look forward to seeing you in Cambridge!

Michael Proctor (on behalf of the organising committee)

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