The Hinode 12 Science Meeting has come to an end. Thanks to all for your participation!

Hinode 12 poster downloadable here.


Hinode is an active mission devoted to the study of the Sun. Launched in 2006, it is still the reference mission for high-resolution measurements of the solar atmosphere, specializing in visible spectropolarimetry, EUV spectroscopy and X-ray imaging. Its unique capabilities remain unsurpassed and explain the very high, sustained scientific return of the mission. Hinode science meetings are organized yearly to bring together the Hinode, IRIS and ground-based community to discuss recent results and plan coordinated observations.  The Hinode-12 meeting will be the sixth of the series to be held in Europe, following Hinode 1 in Dublin (2007), Hinode-4 in Palermo (2010), Hinode 6 in St. Andrews (2012) and Hinode 9 in Belfast (2015).


The Hinode-12 meeting is organized around eight scientific sessions in which invited and contributed talks will be delivered. In addition, there will be the possibility of presenting posters. Sessions are as follows:

1. Surface convection and magnetism 

2. Atmospheric structure, dynamics and heating

3. Magnetic coupling from the photosphere to the corona

4. Flares and coronal mass ejections

5. Waves and the solar wind    

6. Results from ALMA     

7. Upcoming ground- and space-based instruments: synergies with Hinode

8. Special session on the NGSPM



Contact us: hinode12@iaa.es