McIntosh, S. W.; Davey, A. R.; Hassler, D. M.; Armstrong, J. D.; Curdt, W.; Wilhelm, K.; Lin, G.: Observations supporting the role of magnetoconvection in energy supply to the quiescent solar atmosphere. Astrophysical Journal 654, pp. 650 - 664 (2007)
Wilhelm, K.; Marsch, E.; Dwivedi, B. N.; Feldman, U.: Observations of the Sun at Vacuum-Ultraviolet Wavelengths from Space. Part II: Results and Interpretations. Space Science Reviews 133, pp. 103 - 179 (2007)
Emerich, C.; Lemaire, P.; Vial, J.-C.; Curdt, W.; Schühle, U.; Wilhelm, K.: A new relation between the central spectral solar H I Lyman α irradiance and the line irradiance measured by SUMER/SOHO during the cycle 23. Icarus 178, pp. 429 - 433 (2005)
Lemaire, P.; Emerich, C.; Vial, J.-C.; Curdt, W.; Schühle, U.; Wilhelm, K.: Variation of the full Sun hydrogen Lyman profiles through solar cycle 23. Advances in Space Research 35, pp. 384 - 387 (2005)
Wilhelm, K.; Fludra, A.; Teriaca, L.; Harrison, R. A.; Dwivedi, B. N.; Pike, C. D.: The widths of vacuum-ultraviolet spectral lines in the equatorial solar corona observed with CDS and SUMER. Astronomy and Astrophysics 435, pp. 733 - 741 (2005)
Doctoral candidates joining the Solar System School are offered attractive funding, clear prospects and optimal career conditions. IMPRS-funded students receive a three-year doctoral support contract at 65% pay level. Additional funds are available for travel to international conferences. Following their PhD period, graduates are offered postdoc wrap-up funding.