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2nd SPRING Progress Meeting - WP8 Free Conference is closed
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spring2021
Affiliation Leibniz-Institut für Sonnenphysik

Zoom Meeting

17.02.2021 - 19.02.2021

Organizing institutions

Leibniz-Institut für Sonnenphysik

Main category Natural Sciences (Astrophysics and Astrononmy)
Conference/Workshop objectives

COVID-19 affects the work all over the world, but “the show must go on” albeit often under aggravated conditions. Communication is more difficult and direct contact often impossible. Nevertheless, we feel the need for an exchange of experiences and results and want to invite you for an online workshop:

SOLARNET – WP8: SPRING Progress Meeting

February 18th - 19th, 2021

The format will be similar to the one of our meeting in Freiburg in April 2019, except that it will be a ZOOM conference.

We therefore ask you to consider your participation and encourage you to give a talk on progress related to the project.

We think of time slots of 30 min for each presentation: 15 to 20 minutes talk, and 10 minutes discussion. Details will be announced later.

In order to make life easier for our American colleagues we plan to schedule the meeting from 15:00 CET to 21:00 CET. Please let us know if this is a problem for you.

Please register by sending an email to Dirk (soltau@leibniz-kis.de) with the title of your talk and the author(s) not later than February 7th, 2021.

Local organizing committee

Dirk Soltau

Markus Roth

Scientific organizing committee (SOC)

Dirk Soltau

Markus Roth

Sessions
  • Main Session
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Please register by sending an email to Dirk (soltau@leibniz-kis.de) with the title of your talk and the author(s) not later than February 7th, 2021.

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Werner Pötzi

Session: Main Session

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Date of upload:
19.02.2021
Co-author:
A. Veronig, R. Jarolim, J. M. Rodriguez Gomez, T. Podladchikova
Abstract:
The complete dataprocessing at Kanzelhöhe for H-alpha/CaIIK and Whitelight is presented from image capture to WWW.
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Alexei Pevtsov

Session: Main Session

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20.02.2021
Co-author:
Alfred G. de Wijn, Holly Gilbert, Valentin M Pillet
Abstract:
We provide a brief overview of the next-generation GONG network.
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Paolo Romano

Session: Main Session

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22.02.2021
Co-author:
P. Costa, I. Ermolli, F. Giorgi, S.L. Guglielmino, M. Murabito, M. Oliviero, G. Viavattene
Abstract:
We describe the ongoing upgrade of the INAF small telescopes providing full-disc observations at various bands of the visible spectrum of the Sun, specifically of the Catania, Rome-PSPT, and VAMOS telescopes. The acquisition system of the former has been updated to provide observations in the Hα line with pixel scale of 1” and cadence up to 24 images per sec, whose quality and format allow easy exploitation of the Lucky-imaging and flare detection techniques developed within the SPRING project. The update of the control system of the PSPT is also under study to ensure the continuation of the time series of Ca II K and continuum observations started 25 years ago. Finally, the opto-mechanical layout of the VAMOS telescope has been revised to improve the spatial resolution of the Dopplergrams, magnetograms, and intensity images obtained with potassium MOF cells at a 25 cm aperture telescope.
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ilaria ermolli

Session: Main Session

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Date of upload:
24.02.2021
Co-author:
G. Viavattene (1), I. Ermolli (1), R. Cirami (2), G. Calderone (2), D. Del Moro (3), P. Romano (4), I. Coretti (2), F. Giorgi (1 ), V. Baldini (2), P. Di Marcantonio (2), L. Giovannelli (3), S. L. Guglielmino (4), M. Murabito (1), M. Oliviero (5), F. Pedichini (1), R. Piazzesi (1), M. Aliverti (6), E. M. Redaelli (6), F. Berrilli (3), F. Zuccarello (7)
Abstract:
The Interferometric BIdimensional Spectrometer IBIS, which operated until 2019 at the Dunn Solar Telescope, is undergoing a hardware and software revision that will allow soon to perform new measurements of the magnetic and velocity fields in solar atmosphere at high spatial, spectral and temporal resolution. We present the opto-mechanical layout and control system for the new instrument, called IBIS 2.0, which have been developed to interface it to the Vacuum Tower Telescope, and describe future steps.
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Sabrina Bechet

Session: Main Session

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26.02.2021
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For ground-based observatories, non-radial intensity variations are mainly due to clouds. They can cover solar features or events and hence limit their detection. We present a method to remove the clouds from full-disk images. We illustrate the method on white-light images where the correction allows a better detection of sunspots.
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Markus Roth

Session: Main Session

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Date of upload:
02.03.2021
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Abstract:
In this presentation I give an overview on the SOLARNET WP8 workpackage SPRING and its current status. Furthermore, the objectives of the meeting are presented.
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Emil Kraaikamp

Session: Main Session

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Date of upload:
19.02.2021
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In this presentation I provide an overview of the current status of prototype lucky-imaging pipeline developed at USET ROB. The pipeline produces solar images with an overall increased resolution compared to any of the input images.
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Francesca Zuccarello

Session: Main Session

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Date of upload:
03.03.2021
Co-author:
M. Korsós, R. Erdély
Abstract:
The presentation, starting from the description of the results obtained from the analysis of science cases, indicates the steps that are foreseen in order to broaden the analysis to a larger dataset and to apply the results to flare forecasting and flare detection.
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Dirk Soltau

Session: Main Session

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Date of upload:
08.03.2021
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Abstract:
Design considerations for a small full disk telescope with a Fabry Pérot interferometer in front
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Dirk Soltau

Session: Main Session

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Date of upload:
12.04.2021
Co-author:
M.Roth, D. Soltau
Abstract:
HELLRIDE: A test bench for the back-end of SPRING
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Robert Jarolim

Session: Main Session

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Date of upload:
21.04.2021
Co-author:
A. Veronig, W. Pötzi, T. Podladchikova
Abstract:
We present an overview of our recent advances of solar image enhancement and quality assessment with deep learning methods.
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