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Maria S. Madjarska
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Maria S. Madjarska


Guest Professor

 

Max-Planck Institute for Solar System Research

Justus-von-Liebig-Weg 3

37077 Goettingen

Germany

 

Education and Academic Background

M.Sc., Astrophysics, Sofia University, Bulgaria, 1992

M.Sc., Teacher in Physics and Mathematics, Sofia University, Bulgaria, 1992

PhD, Institute of Astronomy, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria; ``Dynamics and diagnostics of quiescent solar prominences'', 2000

 

 

Fellowships during PhD

01/10/1998 – 31/01/1999  Research Fellowship of the French Government at Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale, Orsay, France

01/10/1999 – 31/10/1999 Research Fellowship of the French Government at Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale, Orsay, France

01/02/2000 – 31/05/2000 Visiting researcher at Armagh Observatory, Armagh, N. Ireland

 

 

Research positions

01/02/1993 - 14/04/2002   Research Assistant, Solar Physics Group, Institute of Astronomy, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria

15/04/2002 - 31/05/2003 Research Fellow, Solar Physics Group, Institute of Astronomy, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria (from 1/10/2000 to 31/05/2003 on sabbatical leave)

10/2000 - 05/2003 Post-doctoral Research Assistant, Armagh Observatory, N. Ireland, UK

06/2003 - 03/2004 Post-doctoral Research Assistant, Mullard Space Science Laboratory, University College London, UK

04/2004 - 09/2004 Post-doctoral Research Assistant, Max-Planck-Institute fo Solar System Research, Germany

04/2005 - 03/2006 Post-doctoral Research Assistant, Royal Observatory of Belgium, Solar Physics Department, Belgium

04/2006 - 03/2009 Post-doctoral Research Assistant, Max-Planck-Institute fo Solar System Research, Germany

04/2009 – 06/2010 Visiting Astronomer, Armagh Observatory, N. Ireland, UK

07/2010 – 03/2012 Post-doctoral Research Assistant, Armagh Observatory, N. Ireland, UK

06/2012 – 08/2012 Research Associate, Mullard Space Science Laboratory, University College London, UK

09/2012 – 12/2012 Visiting Astronomer, Armagh Observatory, N. Ireland, UK

01/2013 – 03/2013 Post-doctoral Research Assistant, Armagh Observatory, N. Ireland, UK

04/2013 – 07/2013 Visiting Astronomer, Armagh Observatory, N. Ireland, UK

08/2013 – 08/2016 Leverhulme Trust Senior Researcher, Armagh Observatory, N. Ireland, UK

08/2016 – present, Senior Researcher, Max-Planck-Institute of Solar System Research, Germany

 

Main research Interests:

Coronal hole boundary evolution at small-scales; Contribution of small-scale transients to coronal heating and solar wind generation; Interrelation of small-scale transients in the solar atmosphere; Destabilization and eruption of solar prominences. Formation and evolution of X-ray jets and active region upflows, Coronal Waves, Coronal Bright Points, Solar wind origin.

 

Career:

At the age of 13 I was given a book about the life of Marie and Pierre Curie. I was so fascinated by the power of research and knowledge that since then I threw myself into learning Physics and Mathematics and never stopped. I have been working in Heliophysics for more than 2 decades  (my first project was on Solar Prominences still in High School) and my motivation only grew with time and experience.  More specifically, I

- am involved in cutting-edge interdisciplinary astrophysical research both as a leader and co-investigator;

- communicate my research findings through peer-reviewed articles, conference and seminar talks;

- plan, fundraise and lead institutional, inter-institutional and international projects;

- am involved in the definition of the objective of new space missions;

- truly enjoy to correspond the exciting astrophysical explorations with school children of any age and the public;

- am committed to serve the solar community throughout reviewer, panel and advisory work worldwide;

- also strongly committed myself to educate and support the young generation of researchers both nationally and internationally;

- have developed strong abilities to work and socialize in multi-national and multi-cultural environments;

- am the author and co-author of more than 90 research papers, from which 64 in refereed journals;

 

Teaching experience:

Invited lecturer at the STFC Advanced Solar Physics Summer School, Preston, 2010

Lecturer at the STFC Introductory Solar System Plasmas Summer School hosted by Armagh Observatory, 2012

Invited lecturer, Shandong University Weihai, 4 lectures, July 2015, 2016

Invited lecturer, Helsinki University, October 2015, February 2016

 

 

Student supervision - PhD and undergraduate:

Supervisor of M.Sc. student, 2008, 3 months, Max-Planck-Institut für Sonnensystemforschung, Germany

Co-supervisor of PhD students since 2001, Armagh Observatory

Co-supervisor of international students, China, South Korea

 

 

International Space Science Institute participation:

A team member of an ISSI team “Understanding the Role of Current Sheets in Solar Eruptive Events”, G. Poletto (2006 – 2007)

A team co-leader on “Small-scale transient phenomena and their contribution to coronal heating” (2008 -2009)

A team member of an ISSI team on “Magnetic flux emergence in the solar atmosphere”, K. Galsgaard & F. Zuccarello (2010 - 2011)

A team member of an ISSI team on “Solar UV Bursts - A New Insight to Magnetic Reconnection”, P. Young (2015 - 2017)

A team member of an ISSI team on “Observation-Driven Modelling of Solar Phenomena” leader K. Galsgaard, (2016 - 2018)

 

 

Convenor roles:

Convenor of a scientific session, National Astronomical Meeting UKSP/MIST, Glasgow, April 12-16, 2010

Convenor of a scientific session at the EGU General Assembly, April 7-12, 2013, on “Small-scale transient phenomena in the solar atmosphere and their role in solar wind generation and acceleration”

A co-organizer of an STFC Introductory Solar System Plasmas Summer School hosted by Armagh Observatory

 

Ground and space based instrumentation: Working with the following instruments:

SUMER, CDS, MDI and EIT on-board the ESA/NASA Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SoHO)

TRACE

EIS, XRT and SOT on-board Hinode (Solar-B), Japanese-led mission with ESA and NASA participation

AIA and HMI onboard the SDO

Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph (IRIS)

 

Ground-based instrumentation:

IBIS/NSO (reduction and analysis)

SST/CRISP  (analysis)

Big Bear Observatory (analysis)

 

Expertise on multi-instrument/satellite data analysis, coordinator of numerous multi-satellite and multi-instrument observing campaigns since 1999.

 

Languages: Bulgarian, English, French, Russian, and German

 

 

Recent selected peer-review publications

Huang, Z. Madjarska, M. S.,  Scullion, E. M., Xia, L., Doyle, J. G., Ray, T., 2017, “Explosive events in active region observed by IRIS and SST/CRISP”, MNRS, 464, 1753

Kilpua, E. K. J.; Madjarska, M. S.; Karna, N.; Wiegelmann, T.; Farrugia, C.; Yu, W.; Andreeova, K., 2016,  "Sources of the Slow Solar Wind During the Solar Cycle 23/24 Minimum", Sol. Phys., 291, 2441

Kwak, H., Chae, J., Song, D., Kim, Y.-H., Lim, E.-K.,Madjarska, M.S., 2016, “Oscillatory Response of the Solar Chromosphere to a Strong Downflow Event in a Sunspot”, ApJ, 821, 30

Hou, Z.; Huang, Z.; Xia, L.; Li, B.; Madjarska, M. S.; Fu, H.; Mou, C.; Xie, H., 2016, "Narrow-line-width UV Bursts in the Transition Region above Sunspots Observed by IRIS”, ApJ, 829, 30

Duchlev, P.; Koleva, K.; Madjarska, M. S.; Dechev, M. “Homologous prominence non-radial eruptions: A case study”, New Astronomy, 48, 66

Mou, C., Huang, L. Madjarska, M. S., Li, B., Fu, H., Jiao, F.,  Hou, Z., 2016, “Magnetic flux supplement to coronal bright points" , ApJ, 818, 9.

Vanninathan, K., Madjarska, M. S., Galsgaard, K., Huang, Z., Doyle, J. G., 2015, “Active region outflows: I. Multi-instrument observations”, A&A, 584, 38

Galsgaard, K., Madjarska, M. S., Vanninathan,K., Huang, Z., M. Presmann., 2015, “Active region outflows: II. Data driven MHD experiment”, A&A, 584, 39

Vanninathan, K., Veronig, M., Sissauer, K., Madjarska, M. S., Hannah, I.G., Kontar, E.P., 2015,  “Coronal response to an EUV wave from DEM analysis”, ApJ,  in press

Huang, Z., Xia, L., Li, B., Madjarska M. S., 2015, “Cool Transition Region Loops Observed by the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph”, ApJ, 810, 46

Madjarska, M. S., Doyle, J.G., Shetye, J., 2015, “A coronal wave and an asymmetric eruptive filament in SUMER, CDS, EIT, and TRACE co-observations”, A&A, 575, 39

Huang, Z., Madjarska, M. S., Xia, L., Doyle, J.G., Galsgaard, K., Fu, H., 2015, “Explosive Events on a Subarcsecond Scale in IRIS Observations: A Case Study”, ApJ, 7097, 14

Huang, Z., Madjarska, M. S., Koleva, K., Doyle, J.G., Duchlev, P., Dechev, M., Reardon, K., 2014, “Halpha spectroscopy and multi-wavelength imaging of a solar flare caused by filament eruption”, A&A, 556, 148

 

 
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