Mason, G. M.; Nitta, N. V.; Wiedenbeck, M. E.; Innes, D. E.: Evidence for a Common Acceleration Mechanism for Enrichments of He-3 And Heavy Ions in Impulsive SEP Events. Astrophysical Journal 823 (2), 138 (2016)
Bučík, R.; Innes, D. E.; Chen, N.-H.; Mason, G. M.; Gomez-Herrero, R.; Wiedenbeck, M. E.: Long-lived energetic particle source regions on the Sun. Journal of Physics: Conference Series 642, 012002 (2015)
Innes, D.; Guo, L.; Huang, Y.-M.; Bhattacharjee, A.: IRIS Si IV Line Profiles: An Indication for the Plasmoid Instability During Small-scale Magnetic Reconnection on the Sun. Astrophysical Journal 813, pp. 86 - 96 (2015)
Panesar, N.; Sterling, A.; Innes, D.; Moore, R.: Destabilization of a Solar Prominence/Filament Field System by a Series of Eight Homologous Eruptive Flares Leading to a CME. Astrophysical Journal 811, pp. 5 - 15 (2015)
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.