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Reminiscences

  • Brigitte SchmiederEmail author
Memoirs

Abstract

I would like to thank my Solar Physics colleagues for asking me to write this chapter on my professional life. My main interest has always been focused on the Sun, our star, from the heating of the corona, to the dynamics of prominences and their eruptions, flares and coronal mass ejections to their impact on the Earth. I built a new group in solar physics and gave to them my enthusiasm. They brought to me a lot of satisfaction. We have made important advances in solar physics with a step forward to understand the triggers of solar activity and their terrestrial effects. Our avant-garde research and discoveries have opened new topics for the solar community. Mixing observations obtained on the ground and in space with theory and numerical simulations brings about a new perspective in research.

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Disclosure of Potential Conflicts of Interest

The author declares to have no conflicts of interest.

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