We will be using “Gather Town” for people-people interactions beyond the Zoom plenary, and to host posters.

Get into GatherTown following this link:

Gather Town imposes the following limits on posters:

PNG or JPEG format, maximum size: 1280 x 1080 pixels, maximum file size: 3 MB.

Please send your posters to before Tuesday, Nov 30 at 23:59 California Time. If you cannot fit your poster within those limits, we will try to help you, but please send it to by Wednesday, November 24th at 23:59 California Time.

Poster Contribution list
  • Solar Imaging with INAF Radio Telescopes: Early Science Results and Space Weather Applications. Presenter: Alberto Pellizzoni
  • Imaging spectroscopy observations of solar drift pair radio bursts with LOFAR. Presenter: Alexey Kuznetsov
  • The COMPLETE mission concept for the Heliophysics Decadal Survey. Presenter: Amir Caspi
  • Particle acceleration by Lower Hybrid Oscillation. Presenter: Antony Soosaleon
  • Theory of Radio Waves. Presenter: Antony Soosaleon
  • Reduced Microwave Brightness Temperature in a Sunspot Atmosphere Due to Open Magnetic Fields. Presenter: Arturs Vrublevskis
  • Coronal magnetography of sunspot surrouned by magnetic flux of opposite polarity. Presenter: Boris Ryabov
  • Exploring the far end of the radio domain: the next generation of solar instruments developed at CRAAM. Presenter: C. Guillermo Giménez de Castro
  • Frequency-time-resolved Imaging Spectroscopy Observations of Solar Radio Spikes with LOFAR. Presenter: Daniel Clarkson
  • A generic pipeline for robust polarisation calibration for high-fidelity spectro-polarimetric snapshot imaging of low-frequency radio Sun using SKA precursor and future arrays. Presenter: Devojyoti Kansabanik
  • Advanced radio-band MHD seismology of the Sun’s corona. Presenter: Dmitrii Kolotkov
  • Wavelet-based multi-scale resolution analysis of solar wind parameters during Solar Cycle 24. Presenter: Deepak Kumar Sondhiya
  • Time, frequency and spatially resolved observations of fine structures in solar radio bursts. Presenter: Eduard Kontar
  • Non-linear microwave response to a linear sausage wave. Presenter: Elena G. Kupriyanova
  • Fine structure of type III solar radio bursts from Langmuir wave motion in turbulent plasma. Presenter: Hamish Reid
  • Solar and Heliospheric Science with the Long Wavelength Array (LWA). Presenter: Hariharan Krishnan
  • Thermal radio emissions from flare footpoints. Presenter: Hugh Hudson
  • Gauribidanur Low frequcy Solar Spectrograph(GLOSS) upgrade. Presenter: Indrajit Barve
  • Development of a 21cm Multi-element Solar Radio Interferometric Array. Presenter: Juan Sebastian Hincapie Tarquino
  • A Python Approach for Solar Data Analysis: SUNDARA (SUNDish Active Region Analyser). Presenter: Marco Marongiu
  • An evaluation of observational features of Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) and their geo-effectiveness during Solar Cycles 23 and 24. Presenter: Priyank Srivastava
  • First observations of 3-min oscillations on Siberian RadioHeliograph in a wide frequency band. Presenter: Robert Sych
  • Characterising weak emission from quiet Sun at meterwaves. Presenter: Rohit Sharma
  • Constraints on the acceleration region of type III radio bursts to interpret radio source sizes in the high corona using X-ray and radio diagnostics. Presenter: Sophie Musset
  • Detecting quiet sun radio transients in the microwave band. Presenter: Surajit Mondal
  • Lessons learned from 5 years of solar observing with ALMA. Presenter: Sven Wedemeyer
  • Role of whistlers in the formation of electron energy spectrum and microwave emission in flare loops. Presenter: Victor Melnikov
  • Modeling Large-scale Electron Acceleration and Transport in Solar Flare Magnetic Reconnection Region. Presenter: Xiaocan Li