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Preston, Robert B. Christensen-Dalsgaard; Dynamo theory for the sun and stars, Peter A. Gilman, Edward E. The Cool Stars series was initiated just over 20 years ago, in , and now consists of meetings held approximately every two years. This workshop series has become the preeminent international meeting series covering cool star science. Over the six days of the meeting, nearly attendees presented and discussed many of the latest research results in cool star and solar research. The main plenary sessions were spread over five days and covered core areas of stellar research including the formation and evolution of low mass stars and brown dwarfs, the determination of fundamental stellar parameters, magnetic activity, and the solar-stellar connection.
In addition to these traditional areas of cool star research, two less traditional areas received special attention at CS time domain studies of cool stars highlighting many of the exciting new results emerging from the Kepler satellite; and studies of cool stars in the galactic context, driven by the large impact the Sloan Digital Sky Survey has had on cool star research. In addition to the plenary sessions, the latest research in the field was presented and discussed in a five day poster session and in 12 splinter sessions which rounded out the scientific program of the meeting.
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