Publications of Jörn Warnecke

Talk (48)

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Warnecke, J.: Identifying dynamo mechanism for slowly and rapidly rotating stars. Rock & Stars II conference, Göttingen, Germany (2017)
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Warnecke, J.: Measuring magnetic helicity fluxes in global solar and stellar dynamo. Max Planck Princeton Center for Plasma Physics Meeting, Greidswald, Germany (2017)
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Warnecke, J.: Dynamo mechanism for magnetic activity
and cycles of stars. Splitter Session: Solar and stellar activity and variability at Annual Meeting of the Astronomische Gesellschaft , Göttingen, Germany (2017)
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Warnecke, J.: Die Sonne, unsere magnetischer Stern. Bundesweite WE-Heraeus-Lehrerfortbildung zur Astronomie, Heidelberg, Germany (2017)
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Warnecke, J.: Determine dynamo mechanisms and the role of helicity in compressible convective dynamo simulations of solar-like stars. Helicity Thinkshop 3, Tokio, Japan (2017)
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Warnecke, J.; Käpylä, P. J.; Käpylä, M. J.; Rheinhard, M.; Brandenburg, A.: Understanding dynamo mechanisms from 3D convection simulations of the Sun. SOLARNET IV Meeting: The Physics of the Sun from the Interior to the Outer Atmosphere., Lanzarote, Spain (2017)
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Warnecke, J.; Käpylä, P. J.; Käpylä, M. J.; Rheinhardt, M.; Brandenburg, A.: Identifying dynamo mechanism for slowly and rapidly rotating stars. 14th Potsdam Thinkshop: Stellar Magnetism: Challenges, Connections, and Prospects, Potsdam, Germany (2017)
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Warnecke, J.; Käpylä, P. J.; Käpylä, M. J.; Rheinhardt, M.; Brandenburg, A.: Determine dynamo mechanisms and magnetic helicity fluxes in compressible convective dynamo simulations of solar-like stars. 2nd Conference on Natural Dynamos, Valtice, Czech Republic (2017)
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Warnecke, J.: Connecting the solar dynamo below the surface with ejection of twisted magnetic fields above the surface. Space Climate 6, Levi, Finland (2016)
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Warnecke, J.: The Role of magnetic helicity and its fluxes for the dynamo. Max Planck Princeton Center for Plasma Physics Meeting, Princeton, USA (2016)
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Warnecke, J.; Käpylä, P. J.; Käpylä, M. J.; Rheinhard, M.; Brandenburg, A.: The Test-Field Method and Its Applications. ax Planck Princeton Center for Plasma Physics Meeting, Princeton, USA (2016)
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Warnecke, J.; Käpylä, P. J.; Käpylä, M. J.; Rheinhardt, M.; Brandenburg, A.: Understanding dynamo mechanisms from 3D convection simulations of the Sun. MHD Days, Göttingen, Germany (2016)
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Warnecke, J.: Understanding the solar dynamo from numerical simulations. Mathematics Seminar, Division of Mathematics, University of Dundee, UK (2015)
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Warnecke, J.: Connecting the solar dynamo below the surface with ejection of twisted magnetic fields above the surface. Forecasts and Warnings of Extreme Storms at the Sun, Lund, Sweden (2015)
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Warnecke, J.; Käpylä, P. J.; Käpylä, M. J.; Brandenburg, A.: Understanding the equatorward migration of the Sun's magnetic field, 2nd Solarnet meeting. 2nd Solarnet meeting, Solar and Stellar Activity, Palermo, Italy (2015)
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Warnecke, J.; Käpylä, P. J.; Käpylä, M. J.; Brandenburg, A.: Understanding the equatorward migration of the Sun's magnetic field. Sunspot formation: theory, simulations and observation, Stockholm, Sweden (2015)
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Warnecke, J.; Käpylä, P. J.; Käpylä, M. J.; Brandenburg, A.: Understanding the equatorward migration of the Sun's magnetic field. Stellar and Planetary Dynamos, Göttingen, Germany (2015)
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Warnecke, J.; Käpylä, P. J.; Käpylä, M. J.; Brandenburg, A.: Magnetic field generation in the Sun driven by rotating Rayleigh-Bénard convection in spherical wedges. International Conference on Rayleigh-Benard Turbulence, Göttingen, Germany (2015)
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Warnecke, J.; Käpylä, P. J.; Käpylä, M. J.; Brandenburg, A.: Understanding the equatorward migration of the Sun's magnetic field. NASA LWS Workshop on Solar Dynamo Frontiers, Boulder, Colorado, USA (2015)
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Warnecke, J.; Käpylä, P. J.; Käpylä, M. J.; Rheinhard, M.; Brandenburg, A.: Understanding the solar dynamo form global dynamo simulations. 2nd International Sino-German Symposium of Solar Physics: Multi Waveband Observations and Modeling of Solar Activity, Bad Honnef, Germany (2015)
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