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Markus Roth
Kiepenheuer-Institut fuer Sonnenphysik
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Research Group Leader
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Natural Sciences (Astrophysics and Astrononmy)
Email
mroth@kis.uni-freiburg.de
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How to upload Conference Contributions
Natural Sciences (Physics)
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07.09.2015
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This is a short description on how to upload the conference contributions.
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2nd SpaceInn Global Helioseismology Team Meeting - Agenda
Natural Sciences (Astrophysics and Astrononmy)
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10.09.2015
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This is the welcome presentation with the meeting agenda of the 2nd Global Helioseismology Team Meeting, that was held March 10 - 13, 2015 at the Kiepenheuer-Institut für Sonnenphysik, Freiburg, Germany
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CR 2100: meridional flow measurements with Fourier-Legendre decomposition technique and ring-diagram analysis
Natural Sciences (Astrophysics and Astrononmy)
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Date of upload:
28.09.2015
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H.P. Doerr, K. Glogkowski, A. Zaatri
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Presentation on the Fourier-Legendre decomposition technique shown at the LoHCo Meeting in Stanford in August 2011.
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The Solar Physics Research Integrated Network Group – SPRING
Natural Sciences (Astrophysics and Astrononmy)
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Date of upload:
08.10.2015
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Frank Hill[2], Michael Thompson[3], Sanjay Gusain[1,2]
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SPRING is a project to develop a geographically distributed network of instrumentation to obtain synoptic solar observations. Building on the demonstrated success of networks to provide nearly-continuous long-term data for helioseismology, SPRING will provide data for a wide range of solar research areas. Scientific objectives include internal solar dynamics and structure; wave transport in the solar atmosphere; the evolution of the magnetic field over the activity cycle; irradiance fluctuations; and space weather origins. Anticipated data products include simultaneous full-disk multi-wavelength Doppler and vector magnetic field images; filtergrams in H-Alpha, CaK, and white light; and PSPT-type irradiance support. The data will be obtained with a duty cycle of around 90% and at a cadence no slower than one minute. The current concept is a multi-instrument platform installed in at least six locations, and which will also provide context information for large-aperture solar telescopes such as EST and the DKIST. There is wide support for the idea within the EU and the US solar research communities. The project is in the early planning stages, and we are open to and looking for participants in the science and instrument definition.

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