6-10 September 2021
Europe/Rome timezone


First announcement

Save the dates in your diary!

The next European Solar Physics Meeting (EPSM-16) will be organised as a fully online conference in the period 6-10 September 2021.

The meeting was originally planned to take place in the wonderful city of Turin, but as a result of the current pandemic situation, it was decided to be organised in a different way.

In order to encourage a wide participation, the meeting is going to be FREE for all registered participants.

ESPM is the most important solar physics gathering in Europe, bringing together scientists from all over the world, active in the theoretical, observational and modelling studies of the Sun and its effects in the heliosphere. The ESPM-16 sessions will be devoted to solar interior and dynamo, fundamental plasma processes in the solar atmosphere, solar eruptions, particle acceleration, solar wind and solar-terrestrial relations, including space weather and space climate. New results from the latest spaceborne solar missions and ground-based observatories studying the Sun and solar wind will be presented and discussed during the conference.

ESPM-16 is organised by the Board of the European Solar Physics Division (ESPD), a joint Division of the European Physical Society (EPS) with support from INAF-Turin Astrophysical Observatory and European Space Agency (ESA).