Electronic Proceedings of

The Seventh Hinode Science Meeting

12-15 Nov. 2013 at Hida Takayama

12 November (Tuesday) 9:30-10:30 Registration Chair: T. Sakurai 10:30-10:45 Kazunari Shibata [photo1][photo2][photo3] Welcoming Remarks Session 1. Magnetic Fields and Solar Cycle 10:45-11:15 Hideyuki Hotta [photo1][photo2][photo3] Current status of understanding about solar global convection Invited S1-I-02 11:15-11:30 Luis Bellot Rubio [photo1][photo2][photo3] AN OCEAN OF INCLINED MAGNETIC FIELDS IN THE VERY QUIET SUN Contributed S1-C-01 11:30-11:45 Youhei Masada [photo1][photo2][photo3] Large-scale Magnetic Field and Alpha-square Dynamo Wave in Turbulent Convective Dynamo Simulation Contributed S1-C-10 11:45-12:00 Marc L. DeRosa [photo1][photo2][photo3] How Spatial Resolution in Boundary Data Affects Coronal Magnetic Field Extrapolations Contributed S1-C-11 12:00-13:15 Lunch Chair: T. Yokoyama 13:15-13:30 Dibyendu Nandi [photo1][photo2][photo3] Towards Solar Cycle Predictions: Recent Advances in Modelling and Observations Contributed S1-C-02 13:30-13:45 Daikou Shiota [photo1][photo2] [photo3] Magnetic evolution at over 70 degrees latitude during the polarity reversal (not open) Contributed S1-C-03 13:45-14:15 Hiroko Watanabe [photo1][photo2] [photo3] Observations of fine scale structures and dynamics in sunspots Invited S1-I-03 14:15-14:30 Ada Ortiz-Carbonell [photo1][photo2] [photo3] Emergence of granular-sized magnetic bubbles through the solar atmosphere. Contributed S1-C-04 14:30-14:45 Sanja Danilovic [photo1][photo2][photo3] 2D inversions of weak internetwork spectropolarimetric signals Contributed S1-C-05 14:45-15:00 Andreas Lagg [photo1][photo2] [photo3] A granular light bridge observed by Hinode: evidence for naked granules Contributed S1-C-06 15:00-16:00 Coffee & Poster Chair: H. Hara 16:00-16:15 David Buehler [photo1][photo2][photo3] Properties of solar plage from a spatially coupled inversion of Hinode SP data Contributed S1-C-07 16:15-16:30 David Orozco Suarez [photo1][photo2][photo3] Determining the magnetic field vector in quiescent prominence threads Contributed S1-C-08 16:30-16:45 Yukio Katsukawa [photo1][photo2][photo3] Implication of the magnetic power spectra derived with the Hinode SP Contributed S1-C-09 Session 2. Atmospheric and Interior Couplings 16:45-17:15 Alan M. Title [photo1][photo2][photo3] Overview of IRIS First Observations Invited S2-I-01 17:15-17:30 Ted Tarbell [photo1][photo2][photo3] First Results from Coordinated Observing with IRIS, Hinode, and Ground-Based Observatories Contributed S2-C-01 17:30-17:45 Andrew S. Hillier [photo1][photo2][photo3] Determination of Prominence Plasma Beta from the Dynamics of Rising Plumes Contributed S2-C-02 17:45-18:00 Elena Dzifcakova [photo1][photo2][photo3] Effect of Kappa-distributions on the Temperature Structure of the Prominence-Corona Transition Region Contributed S2-C-03
13 November (Wednesday) Chair: H. Isobe Session 2. Atmospheric and Interior Couplings 9:45-10:15 Shin Toriumi [photo1][photo2][photo3] Observations and Modelings of the Solar Flux Emergence Invited S2-I-02 10:15-10:45 Etienne Pariat [photo1][photo2][photo3] Chromospheric and coronal jets: triggering and driving processes Invited S2-I-03 10:45-11:00 Irina N. Kitiashvili [photo1][photo2][photo3] Small-Scale Plasma Eruptions Driven by Magnetic Vortex Tubes Contributed S2-C-04 11:00-11:15 Mark Cheung [photo1][photo2][photo3] Observations of Recurrent Coronal Jets by IRIS, Hinode and SDO Contributed S2-C-05 Session 3. Coronal Heating and Solar Wind Acceleration 11:15-11:45 Harry P. Warren [photo1][photo2][photo3] The Observation and Modeling of Active Region Emission: Constraints from Hinode Invited S3-I-01 11:45-12:00 Philippe A. Bourdin [photo1][photo2][photo3] Coronal loops above an active region - observation versus model Contributed S3-C-01 12:00-13:15 Lunch Chair: T. Sakao 13:15-13:30 Vasyl Yurchyshyn [photo1][photo2][photo3] High-Resolution Observations of Chromospheric Activity Associated with Small-Scale Emerging Flux in near Sunspot Regions Contributed S3-C-02 13:30-13:45 Shinsuke Takasao [photo1][photo2][photo3] Relation among low atmospheric reconnection, shock formation and chromospheric jets Contributed S3-C-03 13:45-14:00 Tiago M. D. Pereira [photo1][photo2][photo3] An IRIS look at spicules Contributed S3-C-04 14:00-14:30 Ineke De Moortel [photo1][photo2][photo3] Recent advances in theory and modelling of coronal wave heating Invited S3-I-02 14:30-14:45 Jiansen He [photo1][photo2][photo3] Quasi-periodic slow waves and intermittent high-speed outflows unified in a kinetic scenario Contributed S3-C-05 14:45-15:00 Paola Testa [photo1][photo2][photo3] Observing coronal nanoflares in active region moss, with Hi-C and IRIS Contributed S3-C-06 15:00-16:00 Coffee & Poster Chair: Y. Yan 16:00-16:15 Viggo H. Hansteen [photo1][photo2][photo3] IRIS observations of transition region unresolved fine structure Contributed S3-C-07 16:15-16:30 Peter R. Young [photo1][photo2][photo3] Dark jets in coronal holes Contributed S3-C-08 16:30-16:45 Valentyna Abramenko [photo1][photo2][photo3] Characteristic Length of Energy-containing Structures at the Base of a Coronal Hole Contributed S3-C-09 16:45-17:00 Hwanhee Lee [photo1][photo2][photo3] Magnetic configurations responsible for the coronal heating and the solar wind Contributed S3-C10 Session 4. Flares and Coronal Mass Ejections 17:00-17:30 Helen E. Mason [photo1][photo2][photo3] The Evolution of Small Solar Flares Observed with Hinode and SDO (AIA and EVE) Invited S4-I-01 17:30-17:45 Sabrina L. Savage [photo1][photo2][photo3] Coordinated observations of X-ray and high-resolution EUV active region dynamics Contributed S4-C-01 17:45-18:00 Louise Harra [photo1][photo2][photo3] The location of non-thermal velocity in the early phases of large flares - revealing pre-eruption flux ropes Contributed S4-C-02
14 November (Thursday) Chair: G. Aulanier Session 4. Flares and Coronal Mass Ejections 9:45-10:00 Edward E. DeLuca [photo1][photo2][photo3] An MHD Model of a Solar Eruption Starting from NLFFF Initial Conditions Contributed S4-C-03 10:00-10:15 Miho Janvier [photo1][photo2][photo3] Evolution of electric currents and their connection with the 2011 February 15 X-class flare ribbons Contributed S4-C-04 10:15-10:30 Toshifumi Shimizu [photo1][photo2][photo3] High speed photospheric flows observed around polarity inversion lines of a delta-type sunspot Contributed S4-C-05 10:30-10:45 Hyungmin Park [photo1][photo2][photo3] A solar flare observed by Fast Imaging Solar Spectrograph Contributed S4-C-06 10:45-11:15 Naoto Nishizuka [photo1][photo2][photo3] Nonlinear Fragmentation of Flare Current Sheets Invited S4-I-02 11:15-11:30 David E. McKenzie [photo1][photo2][photo3] Spatially Resolved Measurements of Turbulence in the Flare Reconnection Region Contributed S4-C-07 11:30-11:45 Hirohisa Hara [photo1][photo2][photo3] Spectroscopy at the Site of Magnetic Reconnection in the X-class Solar Flare on 2013 May 15 Contributed S4-C-08 11:45-12:00 Kathy Reeves [photo1][photo2][photo3] Thermal Structure of Supra-arcade Downflows and Flare Plasma Sheets Contributed S4-C-09 12:00-13:15 Lunch Chair: K. Shibata 13:15-13:45 Jun Lin [photo1][photo2][photo3] Review on Current Sheets in CME development Invited S4-I-03 13:45-14:00 David R. Williams [photo1][photo2][photo3] The topology of supersonic outflows in a filament eruption Contributed S4-C10 14:00-14:15 David Long [photo1][photo2][photo3] Measuring the Magnetic Field Strength of the Quiet Solar Corona Using "EIT Waves" Contributed S4-C11 14:15-14:30 Shin-nosuke Ishikawa [photo1][photo2][photo3] High-sensitivity hard X-ray solar observation with the FOXSI rocket Contributed S4-C12 14:30-15:30 Coffee & Poster Chair: K. Kusano Session 5. Space Weather and Space Climate 15:30-16:00 Karel Schrijver [photo1][photo2][photo3] Upper limit for solar flare energies Invited S5-I-01 16:00-16:15 J. L. Culhane [photo1][photo2][photo3] Active Region Upflow Plasma: Does it Reach the near-Earth Environment? Contributed S5-C-01 16:15-16:30 Bruce T. Tsurutani [photo1][photo2][photo3] Extreme Interplanetary Shocks/Coronal Mass Ejections and Consequences for the Magnetosphere and Earth Contributed S5-C2 16:30-16:45 Fusa Miyake [photo1][photo2][photo3] Rapid events in the carbon-14 content of tree-rings Contributed S5-C3 Session 6. Solar-Stellar Connection 16:45-17:15 Hiroyuki Maehara [photo1][photo2][photo3] Superflares on solar-type stars Invited S6-I-01 17:15-17:30 Allan Sacha Brun [photo1][photo2][photo3] Convection and Dynamo Action in Solar-like stars Contributed S6-C-01 17:30-17:45 Petr Heinzel [photo1][photo2][photo3] Hinode helps us to understand the nature of stellar flares Contributed S6-C-02 17:45-18:00 Takeru K. Suzuki [photo1][photo2][photo3] Saturation of Stellar Winds from Young Suns Contributed S6-C-03
15 November (Friday) Chair: Y. Suematsu Session 7. Future Problems and Observations 9:45-10:15 Br T. Welsch [photo1][photo2][photo3] A New Analysis of Photospheric Fields and Flows [go to original files] Invited S7-I-01 10:15-10:45 Valentin Martinez-Pillet [photo1][photo2][photo3] On the need of high-res/small-FOV vs. large-FOV magnetograms Invited S7-I-02 10:45-11:00 David H. Brooks [photo1][photo2][photo3] Resolving Loops in the Solar Corona: Lessons from EIS, AIA, and Hi-C. Contributed S7-C-01 11:00-11:15 Ryohko Ishikawa [photo1][photo2][photo3] New diagnostic tool for magnetic fields in low Beta plasma: CLASP (not open) Contributed S7-C-02 11:15-11:30 Alexander Kosovichev [photo1][photo2][photo3] First Results of Coordinated Observations from Hinode, IRIS and New Solar Telescope Contributed S7-C-03 11:30-12:00 Eric R. Priest [photo1][photo2][photo3] Conference Summary 12:00-12:10 Kiyoshi Ichimoto [photo1][photo2][photo3] Closing Remarks Adjourn
Posters PDF files of every posters are stored in this folder.
Editted on 2013-12-22