Dr. Shangbin Yang

 

 

 

 

Email: 
yangshb(at)nao.cas.cn
Tel: 
086-010-64888770
Fax: 
086-010-64888716
Address: 
A237, NAOC, 20A Datun Rd
Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100012, China 
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Resume

  2000-2004 Wuhan University, Physics, Bachelor of Science

  2004-2009 National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences, PhD.

  2008-2009 Max-Planck Institute for solar system research, Sandwich-PhD

  2009-2010 Max-Planck Institute for solar system research, Post-doc

  2010-now  Huairou Solar Observing Station, NAOC,  Research Staff

Projects

Project Leader, NSFC 11103038, Research of the relationship between solar activity and magnetic helicity transport in solar photosphere, 2012-2014

Project Partners, NSFC 11078012, Research of Solar flare and magnetic field evolution, 2011-2013

Project Partners, NSFC 11173033, The origin of solar cycle variation, 2012-2015

Project Partners, NSFC 41174153, Magnetic energy and helicity transports in solar storms, 2012-2015

 

Awards

Golden Winner of Knowledge Test of Wuhan University (History, Geology, Politics, Computer, Biology etc. 2001)

Distinguished Student Scholarship for Physics (2001, 2002)

Outstanding Student of Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (GUCAS, 2006)

 

  
Publications   
1. Magnetic helicity exchange between two neighboring emerging active regions

    S. Yang, J. B┨chner and H. Zhang 2009, ApJ, 695, L25

2. Magnetic helicity accumulation and tilt angle evolution of newly emerging active regions

    S. Yang, H. Zhang, and J. B┨chner 2009, A&A, 502, 333

3. Large-scale Soft X-ray Loops and Their Magnetic Chirality in Both Hemispheres

   Zhang, H.; Yang, S. ; Gao, Y. et al. 2010, ApJ, 719, 1955

4. LARGE-SCALE MAGNETIC HELICITY FLUXES ESTIMATED FROM MDI MAGNETIC SYNOPTIC CHARTS OVER THE SOLAR CYCLE 23

   Shangbin Yang & Hongqi Zhang 2012, ApJ, 758, 61

5. DISTRIBUTION OF MAGNETIC HELICITY FLUX WITH SOLAR CYCLES,

   Zhang Hongqi & Yang Shangbin 2013, ApJ, 763, 105

6. Large scale magnetic helicity fluxes estimated from MDI magnetic synoptic charts,

    Shangbin Yang & Hongqi Zhang 2012, IAU Proceeding 294, 157

7. Evolution of Relative Magnetic Helicity: Method of Computation and Its Application to a Simulated Solar Corona above an Active Region

    S. Yang,  J. B┨chner, J. C. Santos, & H. Zhang 2013, Solar Physics, 283, 369

8. Application of K-FADOF in Solar High-Resolution Observation

    Zhang J.; Yang Y.; Cheng X.; Yang S.; Gong W. 2012, Chinese Journal of Lasers, 39, 8

9. Observation of interactions and eruptions of two filaments

    Su, J.; Liu, Y; Kurokawa, H.; Mao, X.; Yang, S. ; Zhang, H.; Wang, H. 2007, Solar Physics, 242, 1, 53

10. Magnetic Helicity Accumulation and Tilt Angle Evolution of Newly Emerging Simple Active Regions

    S. Yang, H. Zhang, and J. B┨chner 2008, ESPM, 12, 3, 44

 

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Remote Magnetic helicity Calculation System: RMHCS

 

Hobby

Sports: Table Tennis, Hiking

Amateur Astronomy: Design Sundial

History Philosophy Charcoal drawing

 

LINK

NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/astropix.html