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July 24 Scott McIntosh
(HAO/National Center for Atmospheric Research)
Observing Cycles, Seasons, and Storms Abstract
July 2 Joanna Haigh
(Imperial College London)
The Sun and the Earth's Climate Abstract
May 29 Iain Hannah
(University of Glasgow)
Emission measure distributions of solar eruptive events Abstract
April 24 Graham Kerr
(University of Glasgow)
An Overview of White Light Sources in the 15th February 2011 Solar Flare Abstract
April 10 Matsui Yuki
(University of Tokyo)
Imaging, spectroscopic and stereoscopic observations of the bi-directional inflow in the solar flare Abstract
March 27 Antonia Savcheva
(Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
Solar Sigmoidal Active Regions: From Formation to Eruption Abstract
March 12 Miho Janvier
(University of Dundee)
From MHD simulations to coronal observations: How to build a standard flare model in 3D Abstract
February 19 Spiro Antiochos
(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center)
The Role of Magnetic Reconnection in the Genesis and Development of Major Solar Eruptions Abstract
February 5 Clive Dyer
(University of Surrey Space Centre)
Space Weather: past, present and future Abstract
January 29 Simon Thomas
(University of Reading)
Galactic Cosmic Rays: Probes for Space Weather and Climate Abstract
January 15 Hugh Hudson
(University of California, Berkeley)
New Light on Loop Prominence Systems Abstract
October 2 Huw Morgan
(Aberystwyth University)
The Expansion of Active Regions into the Heliosphere Abstract
August 21 Peter Gallagher
(Trinity College Dublin)
The Shocking Corona
July 18 Richard Harrison
(Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
Imaging the heliosphere: The Heliospheric Imagers (HI) on board the STEREO spacecraft Abstract
May 8 Ryan Milligan
(Queen's University Belfast)
New Insights Into the Global Properties of Solar Flares Using SDO/EVE Abstract
April 26 Sarah Platten
(University of St. Andrews)
The Global Coronal Magnetic Skeleton Abstract
April 17 Antonia Wilmot-Smith
(University of Dundee)
Braided magnetic loops in the solar corona: relaxation and heating Abstract
April 3 Matt Owens
(University of Reading)
What is the Sun up to? Solar cycle 24 in a long-term context Abstract
March 20 Eduard Kontar
(University of Glasgow)
Electron acceleration and plasma turbulence in solar flares Abstract
March 6 Francesco Zuccarello
(KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium)
Data-inspired simulations of the initiation and early evolution of CMEs Abstract
February 7 Stephane Regnier
(University of Central Lancashire)
November 16 Anthony Yeates
(Durham university)
October 16 Lyndsay Fletcher
(University of Glasgow)
October 3 Davina Innes
(Max-Planck-Institut fuer Sonnensystemforschung)
The breakup of prominence plasma by Rayleigh Taylor instabilities
August 24 Andrew Hiller
(Kyoto university)
Magnetic Rayleigh-Taylor instability in quiescent prominences
June 1 Russ Howard
(Naval Research Laboratory)
Observations of the white light corona from Solar Orbiter and Solar Probe Plus
May 14 Valentin Martinez Pillet
Sunspot and active region filaments:What do they have in common?
March 13 Erwin Verwichte
(University of Warwick)
The oscillating solar corona: the ubiquitous presence of MHD waves *& oscillations in coronal structures and dynamics
February 28 Phillipa Browning
(University of Manchester)
Relaxing in the Sun - solar coronal heating and particle acceleration
February 9 Brigitte Schmieder
(Observatoire de Paris)
Physical mechanism triggering CMEs
February 02 Bill Chaplin
(University of Birmingham)
From the Sun to the stars: astroseismology of solar-type stars with Kepler
August 01 Leon Golub
(Harvard University)
Some Current and Future Instruments for Solar EUV Observations
July 08 Maria Madjarska
(Amargh Observatory)
Small-scale transients in the solar atmosphere: input to coronal heating and solar wind
March 23 Antonia Savcheva
(Harvard and Boston University)
Non-Linear Force Free Field Modelling of Sigmoids
February 22 Alphonse Sterling
(NASA/Marshall Space Flight Centre)
Filaments Away
January 10 Bart de Pontieu
(Lockheed Martin Solar & Astrophysics Lab)
The role of the chromosphere in providing the corona with hot plasma
October 27 Pascal Demoulin
(Observatoire de Paris)
Relations between CME, ICME and magnetic clouds
October 20 Philip Crocket
(Queen's University Belfast)
The Sun's Miniature Magnetic Objects
October 4 Sam Krucker
(University of California Berkeley, University of Applied Sciences North western Switzerland)
Hard X-ray Focusing Optics for Solar Flare Observations
September 30 Vladimir Slemzin
(Lebedev Institute)
Coronal rays as indicators of the solar wind streams from active regions
June 23 Siming Liu
(University of Glasgow)
Electron Acceleration in Solar Flares
June 9 Bob Forsyth
(Imperial College)
18+ years of Ulysses observations: A comparison of two solar minima
May 6 Duncan MacKay
(University of St Andrews)
Non-linear Force-Free Models of the Sun's Magnetic Field
April 7 Christopher Dimech
(UCL-Birkbeck Research School of Earth Sciences)
Application of Geostatistics to Helioseismology Abstract
March 29 Sergiy Shelyag
(Queen's University Belfast)
Simulations and radiative diagnostics of turbulence and waves in the magnetised solar photosphere
March 3 Alan Hood
(University of St Andrews)
Flux Emergence: What can we learn from simulations?
February 17 Mike Lockwood
(University of Southampton)
The rise and fall of open solar flux during the current grand solar maximum: effects and predictions for the future
February 11 Vasilis Archontis
(University of St Andrews)
The emergence of magnetic fields from the solar interior to the outer solar atmosphere
February 3 Ineke De Moortel
(University of St Andrews)
3D Numerical Simulations of Coronal Loops Oscillations
November 25 Steve Tobias
(Leeds University)
November 16 David Pontin
(University of Dundee)
Magnetic reconnection in the (3D) solar corona Abstract
November 4 Eduard Kontar
(University of Glasgow)
From X-ray observations of solar flare energetic electrons, to new models of particle acceleration and transport Abstract
November 3 Pascal Demoulin
(Observatoire de Paris)
Interaction of ICMEs with the Solar Wind Abstract
October 28 Cristina Mandrini
Magnetic field topology and energy release sites
October 7 Lyndsay Fletcher
(University of Glasgow)
Solar flare energy transport: 'Waving goodbye'to the standard model Abstract
August 5 Matt Owens
(Imperial College)
Insight from the outside: The solar cycle from a heliospheric perspective Abstract
July 28 Alan Aylward
The Earth's thermosphere and coupling to the Sun: Does the stratosphere and troposphere care? Abstract
July 15 Hugh Hudson
(University of California at Berkeley)
Coronal Hard X-rays, CMEless X-Class Flares, and Fast Atoms Abstract
July 1 Moira Jardine
(University of St Andrews)
Coronal Structure in Solar-like Stars Abstract
May 12 Edward Cliver
(Space Vehicles Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory)
The Solar Moreton Wave of 6 December 2006: Evidence for a CME Driver Abstract
April 1 Christoffer Karoff
(University of Birmingham)
Flares, Oscillations and Cycles in the Sun and other Stars Abstract
December 9 Alexis Rouillard
(University of Southampton)
Theories and Observations of the Formation and Evolution of the Slow Solar Wind
May 9 Joanna Haigh
(Imperial College)
Solar Variability and Climate Change
April 30 Adam Rees
(Imperial College)
Bright Magnetic Solitons Observed in the Solar Wind Abstract
March 24 Clare Parnell
(University of St. Andrews)
Magnetic Skeletons and 3-Dimensional Magnetic Reconnection
March 6 Aveek Sarkar
(University of Central Lancashire)
Forward Modelling of Nanoflare Heated Mulit-threaded Coronal Loops
February 28 Tom Van Doorsselaere
(University of Warwick)
Coronal loop oscillations observed by EIS Abstract
February 21 Eduard Kontar
(University of Glasgow)
Beam Plasma Interactions and X-ray Emission from Solar Flare accelerated Particles
February 14 Stephen Bradshaw
(Imperial College London)
Properties of radiatively cooling coronal loops Abstract
January 30 Urmila Mitra Kraev
(University of Sheffield)
Meridional flow measurements of the Sun Abstract
May 30 Danielle Bewsher
(Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
Introduction to HI data
May 10 Thomas Wiegelmann
(MPI, Lindau, Germany)
Resconstruction of the solar corona in 3D with STEREO Abstract
April 25 Iain Hannah
(University of California at Berkeley)
X-ray Imaging and Spectral Statistics of Small Solar Flares Observed with RHESSI Abstract
March 30 Andrei N. Zhukov
(Royal Observatory of Belgium)
Using CME observations for Geomagnetic Storm Forecasting Abstract
March 29 Andrei N. Zhukov
(Royal Observatory of Belgium)
CME Signatures Observed in Four SOHO/EIT Bandpasses Abstract
February 14 Elena Podladchikova
(Royal Observatory of Belgium)
Solar Global Waves by SOHO and STEREO: From one solar minimum to another
December 12 Elmar Träbert
(Ruhr-Universit´┐Żt Bochum & Lawrence Livermore National Laboratoryy)
Hinode/EIS is operating - is there anything on Fe in the EUV left to be done in the laboratory?
December 5 Rhona Maclean
(Armagh Observatory)
A Topological View of 3D Global Magnetic Field Reversal in the Solar Corona
November 29 Gherardo Valori
(Astrophysical Institute Potsdam)
Good progress in the extrapolation of photospheric magnetograms
October 31 Guillaume Aulanier
(Observatoire de Paris)
Current sheet formation and slip-running reconnection in quasi-separatrix layers
October 24 Pascal Démoulin
(Observatoire de Paris)
Recent theoretical and observational developments in magnetic helicity studies
September 19 Francisco Diego
Total solar eclipses: a unique opportunity for public outreach
May 25 Stéphane Régnier
(University of St Andrews)
Magnetic Helicities in Solar Active Regions
May 4 PengFei Chen
(University of St Andrews, Nanjing University)
EIT Waves: Observations and Modellings
January 18 Durgesh Tripathi
(University of Cambridge)
Coronal Mass Ejections: SOHO/EIT and LASCO observations
October 12 Hiroaki Isobe
(DAMTP, University of Cambridge, University of Tokyo)
Formation of filamentary structure and patchy magnetic reconnection in solar emerging flux regions.
October 11 James McAteer
Energy Spectra, Multifractals and Space Weather Forecasts: Quantifying magentic complexity of the magnetic fields in solar active regions.
July 12 Alexander Urnov
(P.N. Lebedev Physics Institute, Moscow, Russia)
Full-Sun XUV imaging spectroscopy with the SPIRIT experiment on the CORONAS-F mission
February 25 Jan-Uwe Ness
(Oxford University)
The messages hidden in the X-ray emission line spectra of stellar coronae
February 16 Silvia Dalla
Solar flare particles: from modelling acceleration during reconnection at a 3D magnetic null, to data analysis with AstroGrid
January 26 Erwin Verwichte
(Warwick University)
Transverse waves in the solar corona
December 16 Duncan Mackay
(University of St Andrews)
Magnetic Flux Transport Simulations of the Sun and Sun-like Stars
October 27 Cristina Mandrini
(IAFE, Argentina)
The smallest source region of an interplanetary cloud
October 21 Mike Thompson
(University of Sheffield)
Astro-seismology and Helioseismology

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