13th MHD-days at Forschungszentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
from November 22 to November 23
Supported by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft in frame of the "SFB 609"
Scope and Goals:
|This year, the 13th MHD-days will be held at the Forschungszentrum Dresden Rossendorf (FZD) located a few kilometers eastwards of the city of Dresden, the capital of Saxony, well known for its cultural and historical highlights.
The conference will take place from Monday noon, November 22 to Tuesday afternoon, November 23, 2010. This date has also been chosen to celebrate the 75th birthday of Agris Gailitis. The meeting is organized by the MHD-group of the Institute of Safety Research at FZD. Following the tradition of the former MHD-days, the 13th MHD-days will focus on geo- and astrophysical MHD as well as on industrial applications of MHD. In this context, we would like to present our MHD laboratory and our future plans within the framework of the DRESDYN project.
Undergraduate and PhD students are particularly encouraged to attend. In case of financial problems, please contact the organizing committee.
|Rooms at special rates are available during the workshop at the Hotel Pappritzer Hof (single room: 57 , double room: 80 , double room with single occupancy: 67 ). This hotel is located not far from FZD. We strongly recommand to book this hotel since the conference dinner will take place there on the evening of November 22nd. A bus shuttle from the FZD to the hotel will be organized. Please note that the special hotel rates are valid only until September 30th. Please refer to the code "MHD" when booking.|
Travel & Transport:
|The meeting will start on Monday noon at the FZD. For convenience we will organize a pick-up service between FZD and the Hotel Pappritzer Hof on Monday evening and on Tuesday morning. Participants who will arrive by car shall ask the organizers for detailed information (see also here).|
Any questions related to that workshop should be addressed to:
Dr. Frank Stefani Forschungszentrum Dresden-Rossendorf P.O.Box 510119 01314 Dresden Germany Tel.: +49-351-260 3069 Fax: +49-351-260 2007 E-mail: F.Stefani@hzdr.de