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So Many Dynamos

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Dynamo theory is concerned with the generation of magnetic fields by motion in electrically conducting fluids. This process, quite straightforward in a conventional generator, is more complex in homogeneous fluids. I will discuss various different mechanisms of dynamo action and their application to the magnetic fields of astrophysical bodies.

This talk is part of the Trinity Mathematical Society series.

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