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SP2: Solar coronal magnetic fields

Session Organisers:

Stephane Regnier (UCLAN, UK), David Shelton (MSSL/UCL, UK) Thomas Wiegelmann (Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Lindau, Germany)

 

The solar coronal magnetic field evolves at different time and spatial scales from the quiet Sun to active regions. Space-borne missions such as SDO and Hinode are now providing high spatial and temporal resolutions as well as a broad spectral coverage of the corona to tackle some important coronal physics with an unprecedented accuracy. These new observations provide a direct and systematic view of the coupling between the different scales. Thus this session aims at reviewing the different efforts to understand better the geometry and evolution of the coronal magnetic fields from the quiet Sun, active regions and the global Sun. We invite contributions exploiting SDO and Hinode data, especially emphasising quantitative comparisons between numerical models (field extrapolations, MHD models), and magnetic and spectroscopic observations.

 

This is a complete listing of all 11 entries


Poster Session B
Nonlinear force-free coronal magnetic field modelling with SDO  Thomas Wiegelmann
Build-up of coronal magnetic gradients from observed photospheric flows  Anthony Yeates
Observations of apparent solar tornados  Xing Li
The onset of outflows in NOAA 11117 using SDO  David Shelton
Influence of an atmospheric layer with non-negligible pressure on MHS equilibria  Thomas Neukirch

Friday 30th 10:00-11:15
10:00 Force-Free and MHD Models of the Coronal Magnetic Field  Duncan H Mackay
10:17 Sunspot Magnetic Geometry and Energy Changes associated with a Solar Flare.  Sophie A. Murray
10:27 Comparing force-free reconstructions of the solar corona based on SDO/HMI and SOLIS/VSM magnetograms  Julia Thalmann
10:37 Structure and Instability of Active-region Magnetic Fields  Bernhard Kliem
10:54 MHD model of the lift-off of magnetic flux ropes  Paolo Pagano
11:04 Interpreting the cyclonic behaviour of solar prominences  Huw Morgan