Presenter: Dr. Tom Van Doorsselaere
Date & Time: May 17, 2019 15:30—17:30（周五）
Title: Heating the corona by transverse waves: heating diagnostics from 3D models
Abstract: In this talk, I will discuss the recent 3D models of solar coronal loops and plumes that are driven with transverse waves that are launched from the lower, photospheric boundary. In the coronal loop simulations, the driving results in the efficient setting up of fundamental kink modes resembling decayless kink waves. We assess the correlation between the observed amplitude and the energy input in the system. In the coronal plume simulations, the photospheric driving launches propagating kink waves. These become turbulent via the new mechanism of uniturbulence. They can be observed to yield a correlation between Doppler shift and non-thermal line width, in line with theobservations.
Tom Van Doorsselaere博士是鲁汶大学讲师（永久职位，等同于美国副教授）。长期从事太阳大气磁震学研究，已发表论文100余篇，获引用2800余次，H因子为32。已经和正在培养博士生5位、博士后4位。是欧洲太阳物理学会的董事会成员、欧空局Solar Orbiter计划上极紫外成像仪EUI的co-I。其研究特点是以磁流体力学波动理论为依托、以波动的数值模拟为主要手段、开发并利用正演工具讨论波动的观测特征及冕震学应用