Cameron, Robert

Cameron, Robert

Solar and Stellar Interiors
Sun and Heliosphere
+49 551 384 979-508
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Curriculum Vitae

Education & Employment
2003-           MPS
2000-2003 Science University of Tokyo, Postdoc 
1998-2000 Caltech,  Postdoc
1994-1998 PhD (Science, Applied Mathematics) University of Sydney (1999)
1987-1992 LLB University of Sydnay (1992)
1987-1990 BSc University of Sydney (1991)

Selected papers
R. Cameron and M. Schüssler, 
The crucial role of surface magnetic fields for the solar dynamo, 
2015, Science 347, 1333

J. W. Lord, R. H. Cameron, M. P. Rast, M. Rempel, and T. Roudier. 
The Role of Subsurface Flows in Solar Surface Convection: Modeling the Spectrum of Supergranular and Larger Scale Flows. 
2014, ArXiv e-prints[ADS].

R. H. Cameron, M. Dasi-Espuig, J. Jiang, E. Isik, D. Schmitt, and M. Schüssler. 
Limits to solar cycle predictability: Cross-equatorial flux plumes. 
2013, Astron. Astrophys., 557:A141. [ADS].

R. H. Cameron and M. Schüssler. 
Are the strengths of solar cycles determined by converging flows towards the activity belts?. 
2012, Astron. Astrophys., 548:A57. [ADS].

M. Rempel, M. Schüssler, R. H. Cameron, and M. Knölker. 
Penumbral Structure and Outflows in Simulated Sunspots. 
2009, Science, 325:171--. [ADS].

R. Cameron , L. Gizon, and T. L. Duvall, Jr. 
Helioseismology of Sunspots: Confronting Observations with Three-Dimensional MHD Simulations of Wave Propagation. 
2008, Solar Phys., 251:291--308. [ADS].
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