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January 21, 2010:
The draft agenda for the second meeting is announced. See here for details.

October 10, 2008:
The draft agenda for the first meeting is announced. See here for details.

August 28, 2008:
The "Solar small-scale transient phenomena and their role in coronal heating" website is released.


  1. Blinkers, D. Bewsher
  2. Magnetic Reconnection, K. Galsgaard
  3. Numerical Simulations of Explosive EventsCharacteristics, D. Innes
  4. Quiet Sun mini-filament eruptions, D. Innes
  5. Fine Structure dynamics of the solar chromosphere, I. Kontogiannis
  6. Understanding Hα and Ca 8542 chromospheric line formation, J. Leenaarts
  7. Explosive events: Observational characteristitcs, M. Madjarska
  8. Interrelation between different transient phenomena, M. Madjarska
  9. Coronal Hole boundaries: a potential source for slow Solar wind ?, M. Madjarska & S. Subramanian
  10. Report, K. Meyer
  11. [Fine-Structure] Connections Photosphere - Chromosphere, R. J. Rutten
  12. Study of Transition Region Transient Events : An Insight into Blinkers, S. Subramanian, M. S. Madjarska, R. C., Maclean, J. G. Doyle and D. Bewsher
  13. Evolution and Kinematics of Mottles-Spicules: Pro and After HINODE, Y. Suematsu
  14. UV and EUV spicules, G. Tsiropoula
  15. The Ha line and the cloud model, G. Tsiropoula
  16. Solar small-scale transient phenomena and their role in coronal heating, G. Tsiropoula
  17. Heating due to spicules – magnetic reconnection, G. Tsiropoula, K. Tziotziou
  18. Mottles in chromospheric lines, K. Tziotziou
  19. Atomic Physics Issues
  20. IRIS (Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph) - A possible European role through PRODEX?, V. Hansteen
  21. Numerical Modelling of Spicules, V. Hansteen
  22. Oscillations and waves in the Solar Atmosphere, V. Hansteen
  23. Coronal Heating Models - A biased view, K. Galsgaard