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LiDong Xia
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  Prof. Dr. Lidong Xia

  School of Space Science and Physics, Shandong University, Weihai

  Weihai, Shandong 264209, China

  E‑mail: xld@sdu.edu.cn

  Tel: +86 631 5673578

  Fax: +86 631 5673578




Research Interests

My research interests are mainly in the area of solar physics and solar-terrestrial relation physics. Currently, I’m working on spectroscopic study of the solar atmosphere and the origin of the solar wind, with observations of SUMER/SOHO and other instruments, as well as development of solar coronagraph for space weather study.

 

Educational Background

10/1999 - 05/2003 PhD student at the University of Göttingen and Max-Planck-Institute for Solar System Research, Germany (Supported by DAAD). Degree received: Ph.D. (Astronomy and Astrophysics)

09/1990 - 07/1993  Graduate student at the Dept. of Earth and Space Sciences, Univ. of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China. Degree received: M.Sci. (Space Physics)

09/1985 - 07/1990  Undergraduate student at the Dept. of Earth and Space Sciences, Univ. of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China. Degree received: B.Sci. (Space Physics)

 

Employment History

05/2007 - present   Professor, Shandong University at Weihai, China. Vice Dean of the School of Space Science and Physics (since 2008)

06/2004 - 04/2007  Associate Professor, Univ. of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China

01/2004 - 06/2004   Post-Doctoral Research Assistant (PDRA) at Armagh Observatory, N. Ireland, UK

05/2003 - 12/2003   Post-Doctor at the Max-Planck-Institute for Solar System Research, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany

06/1995 - 05/1999  Lecturer, Univ. of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China

06/1993 - 06/1995  Assistant, Univ. of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China

 

Research Visits

08/2004               Max-Planck-Institute for Solar System Research, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany

07/2005               Armagh Observatory, N. Ireland, UK

08/2005               Max-Planck-Institute for Solar System Research, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany

11/2008              Max-Planck-Institute for Solar System Research, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany

11/2009             Max-Planck-Institute for Solar System Research, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany

08/2011               HAO/NCAR, Boulder, USA

 

Teaching Experience

Aeronomy and Ionospheric Physics”, “Space Observations and Instrumentation” for undergraduate students; “Introduction to Solar-Terrestrial Physics” for graduate students

 

Language Abilities

Chinese, English and German

 

Publications

Researcher ID: http://www.researcherid.com/rid/B-8836-2011


2016

[1]  Lavraud, B., and 49 colleagues, A small mission concept to the Sun-Earth Lagrangian L5 point for innovative solar, heliospheric and space weather science. Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics 146, 171-185, 2016

[2]  Jiao, F.-R., Xia, L.-D., Huang, Z.-H., Li, B., Fu, H., Yuan, D., Chandrashekhar, K., Damping and power spectra of quasi-periodic intensity disturbances above a solar polar coronal hole. Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics 16, 008, 2016

[3]  Yu, H., Chen, S.-X., Li, B., Xia, L.-D., Period ratios for standing kink and sausage modes in magnetized structures with siphon flow on the Sun. Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics 16, 007, 2016

[4]  Guo, M.-Z., Chen, S.-X., Li, B., Xia, L.-D., Yu, H., Inferring Flare Loop Parameters with Measurements of Standing Sausage Modes. Solar Physics 291, 877-896, 2016

[5]  Mou, C., Huang, Z., Xia, L., Madjarska, M. S., Li, B., Fu, H., Jiao, F., Hou, Z., Magnetic Flux Supplement to Coronal Bright Points. The Astrophysical Journal 818, 9, 2016


2015

[1]  Yan, L., Peter, H., He, J., Tian, H., Xia, L., Wang, L., Tu, C., Zhang, L., Chen, F., Barczynski, K., Self-Absorption in the Solar Transition Region. The Astrophysical Journal 811, 48, 2015

[2]  Huang, Z., Xia, L., Li, B., Madjarska, M.~S., Cool Transition Region Loops Observed by the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph. The Astrophysical Journal 810, 46, 2015

[3]  Guo, M.-Z., Chen, S.-X., Li, B., Xia, L.-D., Yu, H., Spatial damping of propagating sausage waves in coronal cylinders. Astronomy and Astrophysics 581, A130, 2015

[4]  Chen, S.-X., Li, B., Xia, L.-D., Yu, H., Periods and Damping Rates of Fast Sausage Oscillations in Multishelled Coronal Loops. Solar Physics 290, 2231-2243, 2015

[5]  Jiao, F., Xia, L., Li, B., Huang, Z., Li, X., Chandrashekhar, K., Mou, C., Fu, H., Sources of Quasi-periodic Propagating Disturbances above a Solar Polar Coronal Hole.The Astrophysical Journal 809, L17, 2015

[6]  Fu, H., Li, B., Li, X., Huang, Z., Mou, C., Jiao, F., Xia, L., Coronal Sources and In Situ Properties of the Solar Winds Sampled by ACE During 1999 - 2008. Solar Physics 290, 1399-1415, 2015

[7]  Yan, L., He, J., Xia, L., Jiao, F., Observational Evidence for the Causes and Consequences of Chromospheric Reconnection. The Astrophysical Journal 804, 69, 2015


2014

[1]  Huang, Z., Madjarska, M.~S., Xia, L., Doyle, J.~G., Galsgaard, K., Fu, H., Explosive Events on a Subarcsecond Scale in IRIS Observations: A Case Study. The Astrophysical Journal 797, 88, 2014

[2]  Fu, H., Xia, L., Li, B., Huang, Z., Jiao, F., Mou, C., Measurements of Outflow Velocities in on-disk Plumes from EIS/Hinode Observations. The Astrophysical Journal 794, 109, 2014

[3]  Li, B., Chen, S.-X., Xia, L.-D., Yu, H., Standing sausage modes in coronal loops with plasma flow. Astronomy and Astrophysics 568, A31, 2014

[4]  Chen, S.-X., Li, B., Xia, L.-D., Chen, Y.-J., Yu, H., Effects of Field-Aligned Flows on Standing Kink and Sausage Modes Supported by Coronal Loops. Solar Physics 289, 1663-1681, 2014

[5]  Bains, A.~S., Li, B., Xia, L.-D., Kinetic Alfv{\'e}n solitary and rogue waves in superthermal plasmas. Physics of Plasmas 21, 032123, 2014


2013

[1]  Wang, X., McIntosh, S.~W., Curdt, W., Tian, H., Peter, H., Xia, L.-D., Temperature dependence of ultraviolet line parameters in network and internetwork regions of the quiet Sun and coronal holes. Astronomy and Astrophysics 557, A126, 2013

[2]  Shen, C., Li, G., Kong, X., Hu, J., Sun, X.~D., Ding, L., Chen, Y., Wang, Y., Xia, L., Compound Twin Coronal Mass Ejections in the 2012 May 17 GLE Event. The Astrophysical Journal 763, 114, 2013

 

2012

[1]  Xia, Lidong, The source regions of the solar wind revealed by UV/EUV spectroscopic observations, EAS Publications Series, Volume 55, pp.191-200, 2012/12/31  

[2]  Tian, Hui; McIntosh, Scott W.; Xia, Lidong; He, Jiansen; Wang, Xin, What can We Learn about Solar Coronal Mass Ejections, Coronal Dimmings, and Extreme-ultraviolet Jets through Spectroscopic Observations? The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 748, Issue 2, article id. 106, 21 pp. (2012).

[3]  B. Li, Y. Chen, and L.D. Xia, What geometrical factors determine the in situ solar wind speed? Chinese Science Bulletin, doi:10.1007/s11434-011-4965-2, (2012)

[4]  Hong-Qiang Song, Xiang-Liang Kong, Yao Chen, Bo Li, Gang Li, Shi-Wei Feng, and Li-Dong Xia, A Statistical Study on the Morphlogy of Rays and Dynamics of Blobs in the Wake of Coronal Mass Ejections, Solar Physics, 276, 261-276, 2012.

 

2011

[5]  Yao Chen, Shi-Wei Feng, Bo Li, Hong-Qiang Song, Li-Dong Xia, Xiang-Liang  Kong, Xing Li, A coronal seismological study with streamer waves, Astrophysical Journal, 728, 147, 2011.

[6]  Yao Chen, Shi-Wei Feng, Hong-Qiang Song, Bo Li, Xiang-Liang Kong, Li-Dong Xia, Xing Li, Gang Li, A review on streamer waves and associated coronal seismological study, Journal of Shandong University (Natural Science), 46, 66-74, 2011.

[7]  Bo Li, Li-Dong Xia, Yao Chen, Solar winds along curved magnetic field lines, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 529, id.A148, 2011.

[8]  Shi-Wei Feng, Yao Chen, Bo Li, Hong-Qiang Song, Xiang-Liang Kong, Li-Dong Xia, Xue-Shang Feng, Streamer wave events observed in solar cycle 23, Solar Phys, 272, 119 - 136, 2011. 

 

2010

[9]  Zhang M., Xia, L.-D., Tian, H., Chen, Y., Signatures of transition region explosive events in hydrogen Lyβ profiles, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 520, id.A3, 2010.

[10]  He, J.-S.; Marsch, E.; Curdt, W.; Tian, H.; Tu, C.-Y.; Xia, L.-D.; Kamio, S., Magnetic and spectroscopic properties of supergranular-scale coronal jets and erupting loops in a polar coronal hole, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 519, id.A49, 2010.

[11]  Li, Xing; Lu, Quanming; Chen, Yao; Li, Bo; Xia, Lidong, A Kinetic Alfvén Wave and the Proton Distribution Function in the Fast Solar Wind, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 719, Issue 2, pp. L190-L193, 2010.

[12]  Chen, Y.; Song, H. Q.; Li, B.; Xia, L. D.; Wu, Z.; Fu, H.; Li, Xing, Streamer Waves Driven by Coronal Mass Ejections, The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 714, Issue 1, pp. 644-651, 2010.

 

2009

[13]  Song, H. Q.; Chen, Y.; Liu, K.; Feng, S. W.; Xia, L. D., Quasi-Periodic Releases of Streamer Blobs and Velocity Variability of the Slow Solar Wind near the Sun, Solar Physics, Volume 258, Issue 1, pp.129-140, 2009.

[14]  Chen, Y.; Li, X.; Song, H. Q.; Shi, Q. Q.; Feng, S. W.; Xia, L. D., Intrinsic Instability of Coronal Streamers, The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 691, Issue 2, pp. 1936-1942 2009.

 

2008

[15]  Tian, H., Xia, L.-D., Network oscillations at the boundary of an equatorial coronal hole, Astron. Astrophys., 488, 331-337, 2008.

[16]  Tian, H., Xia, L.-D., Li, S., Long-period oscillations in solar coronal bright points, Astron. Astrophys., 489, 741-745, 2008.

[17]  Tian, H., Xia, L.-D., He, J.-S., Tan, B., Yao, S., The emission heights of transition region lines in an equatorial coronal hole and the surrounding quiet Sun, Chin. J. Astron. Astrophys. 8(6), 732-742, 2008.

[18]  Tian, H., Tu, C.-Y., Xia, L.-D., He, J.-S., Radiance and Doppler shift distributions across the network of the quiet Sun, Astron. Astrophys., 489, 1297-1306, 2008.

[19]  Tian, H., Marsch, E., Tu, C.-Y., Xia, L.-D., He, J.-S., Sizes of transition region structures in coronal holes and in the quiet Sun, Astron. Astrophys., 482(1), 267-272, 2008.

[20]  Tu, C.-Y., Schwenn, R., Donovan, E., Marsch, E., Wang, J.-S., Xia, L.-D., Zhang, Y.-W., KuaFu working team, Space weather explorer - the KuaFu mission, Advances in Space Research,  Volume 41, Issue 1, 190-209, 2008

 

2007

[21]  Popescu, M.D., L.D., Xia, D. Banerjee, and J.G., Doyle, A study of a macro-spicule and a transition region explosive event in a solar coronal hole, Advances in Space Research, 40, 1021-1025, 2007

[22]  Chen, Y., Y.Q. Hu and L.D. Xia, Two energy release processes for CMEs: MHD catastrophe and Magnetic reconnection, Advances in Space Research, Volume 40, Issue 12, 1780-1786, 2007

[23]  Xia L.-D., C.-Y. Tu, R. Schwenn, E. Donovan, E. Marsch, J.-S. Wang, Y.-W. Zhang, Z. Xiao, F.-S. Wei, The KuaFu Mission, Chinese J. of Space Science, Vol. z1, 2006

[24]  Lu, Q.M., Xia, L.D., Wang, S., Hybrid simulations of parallel and oblique electromagnetic alpha/proton instabilities in the solar wind, JGR, Volume 111, Issue A9, CiteID A09101,2006

 

2005

[25]  Xia, L. D., M. D. Popescu, Doyle, J. G. and Giannikakis, J., Time series study of the EUV spicules observed by SUMER/SoHO, Astron. & Astrophys., 438, 1115-1122 , 2005

[26]  Tu, C.-Y., Zhou, C., Marsch, E., Xia, L.-D., Zhao, L., Wang, J.-X. and Wilhelm, K., Solar Wind Origin in Coronal Funnels, SCIENCE, Volume 308, Issue 5721, pp.519-523, 2005

[27]  Tu, C.-Y., Zhou, C., Marsch, E., Wilhelm, K., Zhao, L., Xia, L.-D. and Wang, J.-X.., Correlation Heights of the Sources of Solar Ultraviolet Emission Lines in a Quiet-Sun Region, The Astrophysical Journal, 624, L133-L136, 2005

[28]  Popescu, M. D., Banerjee, D., O'Shea, E., Doyle, J. G., Xia, L. D.,Very long period activity at the base of solar wind streams, Astron. & Astrophys., 442, 1087-1090 , 2005

[29]  Doyle, J. G., Giannikakis, J., Xia, L. D. and Madjarska, M. S., Line broadening of EUV lines across the Solar limb: A spicule contribution? Astron. & Astrophys., 431, L17-L20, 2005

[30]  Wiegelmann, T., Xia, L. D. and Marsch, E., Links between magnetic fields and plasma flows in a coronal hole, Astron. & Astrophys., 432, L1-L4, 2005

 

2004

[31]  Popescu, M. D., Doyle, J. G. and Xia, L. D., Network boundary origins of fast solar wind seen in the low transition region? Astron. & Astrophys., 421, 339-348, 2004

[32]  Xia, L. D., Marsch, E. and Wilhelm, K., On the network structures in solar equatorial coronal holes. Observations of SUMER and MDI on SOHO, Astron. & Astrophys., 424, 1025-1037, 2004

[33]  Marsch, E., Wiegelmann, T. and Xia, L. D., Coronal plasma flows and magnetic fields in solar active regions. Combined observations from SOHO and NSO/Kitt Peak, Astron. & Astrophys., 428, 629-645 , 2004

 

2003

[34]  Xia, L.D. and Marsch, E., Equatorial Coronal Holes and Their Relation to High-Speed Solar Wind Streams, SOLAR WIND TEN: Proceedings of the Tenth International Solar Wind Conference. AIP Conference Proceedings, 679, 319-322, 2003

[35]  Xia, L.D., Marsch, E. and Curdt, W., On the outflow in an equatorial coronal hole, Astron. & Astrophys., 399, L5-L9, 2003

 

2002

[36]  Wilhelm, K., Dammasch, I. E. and Xia, L.D., Observations of ultraviolet emission lines in solar coronal holes on the disk with SUMER on SOHO, Advances in Space Research, 30, 517-522, 2002

 

1997

[37]   Hu Y. Q., Xia L. D., Li X., Wang J. X. and Ai G. X., "Evolution of Magnetic Helicity in Magnetic Reconnection", Solar Physics, V.170, 283, 1997

 

 
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