ISSI Visiting Scientists Programme


The RHESSI mission has been launched by NASA on February 5, 2002 in order to provide crucial insights in the analysis of solar flares, by combining 2D imaging with the spectral information given by high-resolution detectors.
The aim of this proposal is to perform both the analysis of RHESSI spectra and the reconstruction of RHESSI images by applying regularization techniques for the solution of numerically unstable inverse problems. Our research team is composed of scientists with physical and mathematical background and has a long-standing experience in the study of inverse problems from both formal and applied sides.
In particular, our intent is:

The final goal of this research will be the integration of the information inferred through such an analysis approach into the theoretical models for the interpretation of the emission mechanisms in solar plasma during flares.



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