General information

NEW: you can now find the Scientific Program and the Program-at-a-glance in the Scientific Programme tab.

NEW: you can now find the Abstract Booklet in the Scientific Programme tab.

NEW: We proudly announce the winners of the Metcalf Travel Awards: Dr. Clara Froment (Rosseland Centre for Solar Physics - University of Oslo) and Dr. Milan Gošić (LMSAL/BAERI). They will deliver the meeting’s Metcalf Lectures. Check their bios in the Metcalf Awards tab!


20 December 2017    Registration and abstract submission opens

2 March 2018             Travel support deadline (except for the Thomas Metcalf Travel awards)

2 April 2018                Notification of travel support decision

4 May 2018                Abstract submission deadline. Thomas Metcalf Travel awards support deadline.

1 June 2018               Notification of acceptance of contributions

15 June 2018             Early-bird registration deadline. Late registration still possible (500 €)

10-13 Sept 2018         Hinode-12 conference

14 Sept 2018              Hinode SWG meeting    



A limited number of grants are available to help young students and early-career researchers attend the Hinode-12 meeting. These grants are provided by ESA, NASA, ISAS/JAXA and NAOJ to partially cover the registration fee, accommodation and subsistence costs.

To request financial support you must be affiliated with an institution in either an ESA member state, the US, or Japan. Please fill in this application form and submit it to along with a curriculum vitae (in PDF format) before 2 March 2018.

Successful candidates will be notified by 2 April 2018. Like any other participant, they should pay the full registration fee, either from own funds or from the grant.

See also the Metcalf Travel Awards web page.



Luis Bellot Rubio (IAA-CSIC, Spain; Chair)

Mark Cheung (LMSAL, US)

Bernhard Fleck (ESA)

Louise K. Harra (MSSL, UCL, UK)

Yukio Katsukawa (NAOJ, Japan)

Aimee Norton (Stanford University, US)

María Jesús Martínez González (IAC, Spain)

Sabrina Savage (Marshall Space Flight Center, US)

Toshifumi Shimizu (ISAS, JAXA, Japan)

Kyoko Watanabe (NDA, Japan)

Francesca Zuccarello (U. Catania, Italy)



Ada Ortiz (ITA, Norway)

Luis Bellot Rubio (IAA-CSIC, Spain)