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ZhengHua Huang
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    Name: Zhenghua Huang

    Title: Postdoctoral Scientist

  Address: School of Space Science and Physics, Shandong University, Weihai, Shandong, China, 264209

  Email: huangzhenghua@gmail.com



Education

September 2009–July 2013:  Ph.D. (subject: Solar Physics), Armagh Observatory/Queen’s University Belfast, Armagh, UK.

                                             Thesis title: ”Evolution of Bright Points,  X-ray jets, their physical parameters and magnetic field

                                              in and around Coronal Holes”

September 2006–June 2009:  M.Sc. in Space Physics, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China. Received in June, 2009.

September 2002–July 2006:   B.Sc. in Geophysics, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China. Received in July, 2006.

 

Research

Fields of Research Interest

Solar physics: observations of the source regions of the solar wind; how small-scale transients in the solar atmosphere contribute to

                       the dynamic corona; non-LTE modelling of the solar atmosphere.

Research experience

September 2009–present:

(1) Study of small-scale transient brightenings (coronalbright points and X-ray jets) in and around coronal holes. The research uses observationsfrom

    Solar Ultraviolet Measurement of Emitted Radiation (SUMER) aboard the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), Solar Optical Telescope (SOT),

    X-ray Telescope(XRT) and Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer (EIS) aboard Hinode to study the physical parameters and magnetic evolution of

    tens of the transient brightenings. This project produces two A&A publications and one conference proceeding article.

(2) Observational study of a GOES C4.3 flare with filament eruption. This work used observations from the Interferometric BIdimensional Spectrometer (IBIS)

    and Rapid Oscillations in the Solar Atmosphere (ROSA) installed on the Dunn Solar Telescope at the National Solar Observatory, and the Atmospheric

    Imaging Assembly (AIA) and Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager (HMI) aboard the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO). This work is currently continuing.

(3) Take part in a study of “Statical Analysis of Small Ellerman Bomb Events”, which was using observations taken by IBIS, ROSA and HMI.

    This workZhenghua Huang 2 has been submitted to Solar Physics.

(4) Take part in a numerical study of magnetic reconnection resulting from flux emergence. This work has been published on A&A.

(5) Observation and modelling of the outflow region at the edge of active region. This work is a collaboration with a group in Denmark and is on-going.

(6) Begin to learn the non-LTE radiation transfer calculation in the stellar atmosphere.


July 2005–July 2009:  Used spectral observations taken by SOHO/SUMER to

(1) statistically study morphology and velocities of blinkers in the solar polar coronal holes;

(2) statistically analyse non-Gaussian line profiles from the emission in the solar transition region;

(3) measure the instrumental broadening of the detector B of Solar Ultraviolet Measurement of Emitted Radiation.

    These works had built up my M.Sc. and B.Sc.theses.

 

Observation experience

Have taken part in an observational project in National Solar Observatory at Sac Peak New Mexico for 10 days.

 

Publications

1.  Z. Huang, M. S. Madjarska, J. G. Doyle, D. A. Lamb, “Coronal hole boundaries at small scales: IV. SOT view.
    Magnetic field properties of
small-scale transient brightenings in coronal holes”, 2012, A&A, 548, A62, 19 pages.
2. 
M. S. Madjarska, Z. Huang, J. G. Doyle, S. Subramanian, “Coronal hole boundaries evolution at small scales–III. EIS
    and SUMER views”, 2012, A&A, 545, A67, 16 pages

3. 
Z. Huang, M. S. Madjarska, J. G. Doyle, D. A. Lamb, “Evolution of magnetic field corresponding to X-ray
    brightening events in coronal holes and quiet Sun”, 2012, Proceedings of IAU Symposium No. 294, 2013, 155.

4.  C. J. Nelson, J. G. Doyle, R. Erd´elyi, Z. Huang, M. S. Madjarska, M. Mathioudakis, S. J. Mumford, K. Reardon,

“Statistical Analysis of Small Ellerman Bomb Events”, 2013, Solar Physics, 283, 307–323.

5.  J. Y. Ding, M. S. Madjarska J. G. Doyle, Q.-M. Lu, K. Vaninathan, Z. Huang, “Magnetic reconnection resulting
    from flux emergence:
implications for jet formation in the lower solar atmosphere?” 2011, A&A, 535, A95, 11 pages.

Conference contributions

1.  “Evolution of magnetic field corresponding to X-ray brightening events in coronal holes and quiet Sun”,

poster on the IAU XXVIII General Assembly Symposium No. 294, Beijing, August 2012.

2.  “Observations of a GOES C4.3 flare with filament eruption in the love heart of AR11123: tracking from chromosphere

    to corona”, poster on the 13 th European Solar Physics Meeting, Rhodes, September 2011.Zhenghua Huang 3

3.  “Observations of a coronal hole bright point with Hinode/EIS, XRT, SOT and SOHO/SUMER”, poster on RAS NAM 2010,

    Glasgow, April 2010.

Public talks

    “Coronal hole boundaries at small-scales: observations from lower chromosphere to corona”,

     seminar at Center for Space Science and Applied Research, Chinese Academy Of Sciences, Beijing, August 30 2012.

Public outreach

1.  “Solar activities: from the large to small scale”, introduction talk for University College Dublin Evening Class members, Armagh Observatory, February 26 2011.

2. “The Sun interacts with the Earth through electromagnetic radiation and the solar wind”, introduction talk for a group of

   undergraduate students  from University College Dublin, Armagh Observatory, March 13 2010.

3. Assist senior sta of the Armagh Observatory to carry out many public outreach activities, such as tours,

    lectures etc. during 2009–2012.


Computer and programming skills

1.  Experienced in IDL and solar software (SSW) packages; Familiar with C, Fortran, HTML, and Matlab.

2.  Familiar with an image reconstruction package, Speckle, and a feature tracking package, SWAMIS.


Honors, Awards, & Fellowships

1.  The PhD studentship is rewarded by the Department of Culture, Art, and Leisure of Northern Ireland, 2009. This studentship support my PhD study at Armagh Observatory from 2009 till now.

2.  Outstanding undergraduate of Anhui province, rewarded by the Education department of Anhui province, 2006.

3.  Anhui “SiChuang” award for top range students of the year, rewarded by the University of Science and Technology of China, 2005.

4.  Silver award of outstanding students of the year, rewarded by the University of Science and Technology of China, 2004.



 
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