Highlights: SOLARNET Meetings on Solar Physics

Meetings on Solar Physics: To put in contact different solar physics communities and researchers involved in other fields, aimed at achieving the following goals:

  • Periodic meetings on topics related to solar physics and solar – stellar connections, where the participants can show the results of their research and profit from discussion time slots devoted to exchange of experience and competences.
  • The fostering of collaborations aimed at improving the interaction between theoreticians, experts in numerical simulations and observers.
  • The sharing of pipelines and software for solar data reduction and analysis.
  • The consolidation of high-resolution MHD simulations to analyze the performance of advanced instrumentation for high-resolution solar observations.
  • Promotion of seismological studies as a way to understand solar/ stellar interiors

These meetings are being also a very appropriate environment for the dissemination of knowledge.


1st SOLARNET Meeting: "Synergias between ground and space based solar research"


• 60 Participants
• 17 Invited talks
• 28 Contributed talks
• 15 e-posters
• Exemption of the registration fee was given to 26 young participants

2nd SOLARNET Meeting: "Solar and stellar magnetic activity"

• 61 Participants

• 15 Invited talks
• 25 Contributed talks
• 13 e-posters
• Exemption of the registration fee was given to 12 young   participants

3rd SOLARNET Meeting: "The Sun, the stars, and the solar-stellar relations"

• 84 Participants
• 13 Invited talks
• 46 Contributed talks
• 22 posters
• Exemption of the registration fee was given to 14 young participants