"Stars As Suns: Unraveling Long-Term Solar Variability Through Stellar Dynamo Modeling" PI: Piet Martens, Co-I: Dibyendu Nandi, Graduate Student: Andres Munoz (Montana State University) Collaborators: Antonia Wilmot-Smith and Gunnar Hornig St. Andrews, UK), Sarah Lakatos (Villanova), Piyali Chatterjee (Bangalore) Time-Delay Reduced Dynamo Model Reproduces Maunder Minima
PUBLICATIONS: • "Meridional Circulation and the Solar Magnetic Cycle", Nandy, D. 2004a, Invited Review, Proceedings of the SOHO 14 / GONG 2004 Meeting on Helio- and Asteroseismology: Towards a Golden Future, European Space Agency Publications Division, Editor: D. Danesy, ESA SP-559, Page 241. • "Exploring Magnetic Activity from the Sun to the Stars", Nandy, D. 2004b, Solar Physics, Volume 224, 161. • "Low-order Stellar Dynamo Models", Wilmot-Smith, A.L., Martens, P.C.H., Nandy, D., Priest, E.R., & Tobias, S.M. 2005, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 363, 1167. • "A Time Delay Model for Solar and Stellar Dynamos", Wilmot-Smith, A.L., Nandy, D., Horning, G., & Martens, P.C.H. 2006, in preparation. Figure 5. Chaotic solutions to (2.2) along the parametrized path (3.1) at Ω= 1.8 showing (a) the activity cycle, characterized by bursts of activity between varying periods of very low activity, and (b) x(t) (solid) and z(t) (dotted).