“The European Solar Telescope will allow us to improve the quality of the data, and our knowledge of the Sun”

Interview with Juan Manuel Borrero

Researcher at the Kiepenheuer Institute of Solar Physics in Germany, he has worked for a period at the IAC within the Severo Ochoa Visitors Programme. At the present time his research is centred on the development of a numerical method which can allow us to determine the magnetic field in the solar atmosphere in three dimensions. Borrero assured that “The IAC is the best place to carry out this research” because within its solar physics group some of the scientists with the greatest experience and knowledge of the inversion of the equation of radiative transfer are working. “They have been pioneers in this field, and their reputation at world level in incomparable”. >> > Read the interview

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