Team

The team, which is jointly led by S. Wedemeyer, T. Bastian, and H. Hudson, consists of (senior) members financially supported by ISSI, two Young Scientists (also funded by ISSI) and four self-supported experts.

ISSI-FUNDED MEMBERS
T. Ayres University of Colorado USA UV and X-ray measurements of stars, molecular processes in solar atmosphere, radiative transfer simulations.
T. Bastian National Radio Astronomy Observatory USA Solar flares, CMEs, (sub-)mm observations. Assistant Director at NRAO.
B. Chen
(Substituted by S. Yu)
New Jersey Institute of Technology USA Solar radio/mm astronomy, solar flares.
P. Hauschildt University of Hamburg Germany Spectrum synthesis for the Sun and cool stars, stellar model atmospheres.
H. Hudson UC Berkeley / University of Glasgow USA/UK Solar flares, X-ray and infrared astronomy.
L. Kleint University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland Switzerland Multi-wavelength solar observations, flares.
H. Korhonen Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen Finland Stellar magnetic activity and imaging stellar surfaces.
R. Liseau Chalmers University of Technology, Onsala Space Observatory Sweden Space-borne observations of stars and circumstellar disks, dust, molecules.
M. Loukitcheva St. Petersburg State Univ./Max-Planck-Institut f. Sonnensystemf. Russia/Germany mm observations of the Sun, radiative transfer and spectrum synthesis for ALMA.
M. Shimojo National Astronomical Observatory of Japan Japan Microwave, X-ray and EUV observations; Representing the Japanese ALMA partner.
M. Syzdlarski University of Oslo Norway Numerical modelling and high-performance computing; CASA/python-based ALMA tools
W. Vlemmings Chalmers University of Technology, Onsala Space Observatory Sweden Stellar observations with ALMA. Representing the European ALMA Regional Center, Nordic node.
S. Wedemeyer University of Oslo Norway Solar and stellar model atmospheres, radiative transfer, solar observations. SSALMON coordinator.

JUNIOR SCIENTISTS

J. Lehtinen MPS Germany Stellar activity, photometric time series, chromospheric spectroscopy.
J. Villadsen National Radio Astronomy Observatory USA Stellar activity, stellar atmospheres, radio astronomy & instrumentation, stellar coherent radio bursts.

SELF-SUPPORTED EXPERTS

M. Barta European ALMA Region. Center, Czech node, Acad. of Sciences Czech Republic Head of Czech node of the European ALMA Regional Center (EU ARC)
A. Benz Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz (FHNW) Switzerland Solar and stellar flares, solar and stellar coronae, mm/radio observations.
R. Brajsa Hvar Observatory, Faculty of Geodesy, University of Zagreb Croatia Solar mm observations, compar. w. satellite/ground-bas. data, modeling. PI of European-led ALMA develop. study