Title: 4th Hinode Science Meeting: Unsolved Problems and Recent Insights
Volume: 455 Year: 2012 View this Volume on ADS
Editors: L. Rubio, F. Reale, and M. Carlsson
This volume contains a selection of papers presented at the fourth
Hinode Science Meeting held in October 2010, four years after the
launch of the Japanese Hinode satellite. The conference showcased
high spatial and temporal resolution observations of the Sun, as
well as the most advanced numerical simulations of the solar
atmosphere. A special session was devoted to explore the synergies
between Hinode and the Solar Dynamics Observatory.
Results from the SUNRISE balloon-borne solar observatory were
also discussed at the conference.
The 12 invited papers published in this volume oer an updated
view of current problems and recent advances in solar physics.
These papers are suitable for researchers and graduate students
approaching solar physics for the first time. Active researchers in
the field will also benet from them. Complementing the reviews,
a number of contributed papers present exciting advances in
nearly all areas of modern solar physics, including solar dynamo
and photospheric convection, sunspots and active regions, waves,
magnetic reconnection and atmospheric heating, ares and eruptive
phenomena, and the solar wind.
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Paper Title Page Authors
Front Matter   
Front Matter L. Rubio, F. Reale, and M. Carlsson
Conference Photos   
Conference Photos 1 L. Rubio, F. Reale, and M. Carlsson
Session I. Interior, Convection, and Dynamo   
Is There Observational Evidence Indicating a Small-Scale Solar Dynamo? 3 Lites, B. W.
Observational Signatures of the Small-Scale Dynamo in the Quiet Sun 17 Abramenko, V.; Yurchyshyn, V.; Goode, P. R.
X-Ray Searches for Solar Axions 25 Hudson, H. S.; Acton, L. W.; DeLuca, E. E.; Hannah, I. G.; Reardon, K.; Van Bibber, K.
Detection of Vortex Tubes in Solar Granulation from Observations SUNRISE 35 Steiner, O.; Franz, M.; González, N. B.; Nutto, C.; Rezaei, R.; Pillet, V. M.; Bonet, J. A.; Iniesta, J. C. d. T.; Domingo, V.; Solanki, S. K.; Knölker, M.; Schmidt, W.; Barthol, P.; Gandorfer, A.
Session II. Sunspots and Active Regions: Formation and Evolution   
Diffusion and Decay of Sunspots 49 Kubo, M.
On the Formation of Penumbrae as Observed with the German VTT, SOHO/MDI, and SDO/HMI 61 Schlichenmaier, R.; Rezaei, R.; González, N. B.
Observations of Supersonic Downflows near the Umbra-Penumbra Boundary of Sunspots as Revealed by Hinode 75 Louis, R. E.; Rubio, L. R. B.; Mathew, S. K.; Venkatakrishnan, P.
Flows in the Vicinity of Two Active Regions as Seen by Hinode, STEREO, and SoHO 83 Boutry, C.; Buchlin, E'.; Vial, J.; Régnier, S.
Session III. Flux Emergence and Submergence   
Sources and Removal of Magnetic Flux in the Solar Atmosphere 91 Moreno-Insertis, F.
Observational Consequences of Flux Emergence from the Photosphere to the Corona: the Role of Interactions 109 Guglielmino, S. L.
Emergence of Twisted Flux in Prominence Observations 123 Okamoto, T. J.; Tsuneta, S.; Berger, T. E.; Lites, B. W.
Emerging Flux Simulations and Proto-Active Regions 133 Stein, R. F.; Lagerfjärd, A.; Nordlund, &.; Georgobiani, D.
First Results from the SUNRISE Mission 143 Solanki, S. K.; Barthol, P.; Danilovic, S.; Feller, A.; Gandorfer, A.; Hirzberger, J.; Jafarzadeh, S.; Lagg, A.; Riethmüller, T. L.; Schüssler, M.; Wiegelmann, T.; Bonet, J. A.; González, M. J. M.; Pillet, V. M.; Khomenko, E.; Chaouche, L. Y.; Iniesta, J. C. d. T.; Domingo, V.; Palacios, J.; Knölker, M.; González, N. B.; Borrero, J. M.; Berkefeld, T.; Franz, M.; Roth, M.; Schmidt, W.; Steiner, O.; Title, A. M.
Supersonic Magnetic Flows in the Quiet Sun Observed with SUNRISE/IMaX 155 Borrero, J. M.; Pillet, V. M.; Schlichenmaier, R.; Schmidt, W.; Berkefeld, T.; Solanki, S. K.; Bonet, J. A.; Iniesta, J. C. d. T.; Domingo, V.; Barthol, P.; Gandorfer, A.
Detection of Flux Emergence, Splitting, Merging, and Cancellation in the Quiet Sun 169 Iida, Y.; Hagenaar, H.; Yokoyama, T.
3D MHD Simulation of Current Intensification along Serpentine Emerging Magnetic Fields 177 Pariat, E.; Masson, S.; Aulanier, G.
Session IV.Waves, Reconnection, and Chromospheric and Coronal Heating   
Magnetic Reconnection in the Photosphere and Chromosphere 187 Chae, J.
The Effects of Including Non-Thermal Particles in Flare Loop Models 199 Reeves, K. K.; Winter, H. D.; Larson, N. L.
Prominence Seismology 211 Arregui, I.; Ballester, J. L.; Oliver, R.; Soler, R.; Terradas, J.
Spectroscopic Observations of Continuous Outflows and Propagating Waves in Active Region NOAA 10942 with Hinode/EIS 219 Nishizuka, N.; Hara, H.
Propagating Intensity Disturbances in Fan-like Coronal Loops: Flows or Waves? 227 Wang, T.; Ofman, L.; Davila, J. M.
Excitation of Slow-Modes in Network Magnetic Elements 237 Kato, Y.; Steiner, O.; Steffen, M.; Suematsu, Y.
Nanoflare Evidence from Analysis of the X-Ray Variability of an Active Region Observed with Hinode/XRT 245 Terzo, S.; Reale, F.; Miceli, M.; Kano, R.; Tsuneta, S.; Klimchuk, J. A.
Session V. Magnetic Fields as Structuring Agents of the Solar Atmosphere   
A Sharp Look at Coronal Rain with Hinode/SOT and SST/CRISP 253 Antolin, P.; Carlsson, M.; van Voort, L. R. d.; Verwichte, E.; Vissers, G.
Applications of Quasi-Separatrix Layer Maps in Understanding an XRT Sigmoid 261 Savcheva, A.; van Ballegooijen, A.; DeLuca, E. E.
Stokes V Asymmetries in the Quiet Sun 271 Viticchié, B.; Almeida, J. S.; Moro, D. D.; Berrilli, F.
Session VI. Flares, Eruptions, and Particle Acceleration   
Dynamic Features of Flare Plasma Unveiled with Recent Observations 281 Asai, A.
Hinode Observations and Modeling of Small Flares 295 Zanna, G. D.; Mitra-Kraev, U.; Bradshaw, S. J.; Mason, H. E.; Asai, A.
A Multi-Wavelength Statistical Study of Supra-Arcade Downflows 305 Savage, S. L.; McKenzie, D. E.
Session VII. Solar Wind and the Interplanetary Space   
The Role of Coronal Hole and Active Region Boundaries in Solar Wind Formation 315 Harra, L. K.
Evidence of a Connection Between Active Region Outflows and the Solar Wind 327 Brooks, D. H.; Warren, H. P.
Session VIII. Hinode and Solar Dynamics Observatory   
A First Look at Magnetic Field Data Products from SDO/HMI 337 Liu, Y.; Scherrer, P. H.; Hoeksema, J. T.; Schou, J.; Bai, T.; Beck, J. G.; Bobra, M.; Bogart, R. S.; Bush, R. I.; Couvidat, S.; Hayashi, K.; Kosovichev, A. G.; Larson, T. P.; Rabello-Soares, C.; Sun, X.; Wachter, R.; Zhao, J.; Zhao, X. P.; Jr., T. L. D.; DeRosa, M. L.; Schrijver, C. J.; Title, A. M.; Centeno, R.; Tomczyk, S.; Borrero, J. M.; Norton, A. A.; Barnes, G.; Crouch, A. D.; Leka, K. D.; Abbett, W. P.; Fisher, G. H.; Welsch, B. T.; Muglach, K.; Schuck, P. W.; Wiegelmann, T.; Turmon, M.; Linker, J. A.; Mikić, Z.; Riley, P.; Wu, S. T.
Combined XRT and AIA Differential Emission Measure Analysis of Active Region Loops and Weak Flares 353 Saar, S. H.; Schmelz, J. T.
Hinode/EIS Line Profile Asymmetries and Their Relationship with the Distribution of SDO/AIA Propagating Coronal Disturbance Velocities 361 Sechler, M.; McIntosh, S. W.; Tian, H.; De Pontieu, B.
Cross-Calibration of Hinode/EIS and SDO/AIA 369 O'Dwyer, B.; Zanna, G. D.; Mason, H. E.; Weber, M. A.; Tripathi, D.
Author Index   
Author Index 375 L. Rubio, F. Reale, and M. Carlsson