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August 2: Scientific program is open.

Hinode-10 Science Meeting, Sep 5-8, 2016
SOLAR-C Science Meeting, Sep 9, 2016
Venue: Nagoya University (Higashiyama Campus), Nagoya, Japan

Scope of the Meeting
In September 2016 the tenth anniversary of the launch of Hinode will be commemorated. Researchers using Hinode data are found in all corners of the globe and have published more than one thousand refereed papers, covering vast swathes of the field of solar physics. Hinode has also contributed to the completion of more than 100 Ph.D. theses. Hinode has spawned collaborations with many current space borne and ground based observatories, including SOHO, SDO, IRIS, the SST, NST and Gregor, while joint observations with the future DKIST, Solar Orbiter and Solar Probe Plus projects are eagerly anticipated. This Hinode-10 meeting is an ideal time to summarize the great achievements of Hinode, and to prepare for the advancement of Solar Physics in the decade to come. The meeting is centered more on review talks than previous meetings, but nevertheless, we also encourage participants to present the newest research results as contributed talks. After the four-day Hinode meeting, a Solar-C meeting will be organized (participation open to everyone), in order to prepare for the mission proposal jointly planned by JAXA, NASA and ESA.

We will publish a single review paper in PASJ by combining all the review talks. For contributed talks, we encourage the authors to submit their manuscripts to PASJ for a Hinode-10 special issue. The papers will be collected at the beginning of a certain issue with a banner of 'Special Feature: Hinode'. All the manuscripts must go through usual refereeing process, and page charges will apply for the accepted manuscripts

The poster for Hinode-10 Science Meeting can be downloaded here. hinode10_poster.pdf

Joint Meeting
Solar Physics with Radio Observations - Continued Operation of Nobeyama Radioheliograph -
    September 9 - 10, 2016 at Nagoya University (the same building as Hinode-10)

The operation of Hinode is funded jointly by JAXA, NASA, ESA and STFC/UKSA.