Dr Alasdair Wilson

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I am a postdoctoral research associate primarily interested in the theoretical and numerical modeling of both laboratory and astrophysical plasmas. In particular my past work has involved low temperature, partially ionized plasmas.

Room 616
School of Physics and Astronomy
Kelvin Building
University of Glasgow
G12 8QQ
Scotland

Email: Alasdair.Wilson@glasgow.ac.uk

Tel: +44 141 330 3816


Dr Nicolas Bian

Postdoctoral Researcher

Room 616
School of Physics and Astronomy
Kelvin Building
University of Glasgow
G12 8QQ
Scotland

Email: Nicolas.Bian@glasgow.ac.uk
Tel: x3816
Fax: +44 141 330 8600

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Dr Natasha Jeffrey

I am currently a postdoctoral research assistant and I am interested in solar flare physics.
My main areas of research are:
 
  1. Solar flare UV/EUV line spectroscopy and deducing solar flare heated plasma/ion properties.
  2. Solar flare X-ray emission and deducing the properties of solar flare accelerated electrons.

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Room 614
School of Physics and Astronomy
Kelvin Building
University of Glasgow
G12 8QQ
Scotland

Email: natasha.jeffrey@glasgow.ac.uk

Tel: +44 141 330 8855 x0855
Fax: +44 141 330 8600


Dr Hamish Reid

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My research efforts are focussed towards the active Sun, in particular with flares and electron beams.  To investigate this phenomena I use multi-wavelength observational studies with a particular focus on radio and X-ray wavelengths.  I also use numerical simulations to model electron transport including the kinetic plasma processes that are involved with generating the radio emission we observe in space weather.

Room 608
School of Physics and Astronomy
Kelvin Building
University of Glasgow
G12 8QQ
Scotland

Email: hamish.reid@glasgow.ac.uk
Tel: +44 141 330 5388
Fax: +44 141 330 8600

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Dr Paulo Simoes


Postdoctoral Researcher
My research has been mostly focused on the analysis of observational data of solar flares, investigating the properties of high-energy particles (through radio/microwave and X-rays data, and also computational simulations) and evolution of the flaring regions, mostly using ultraviolet/X-rays data. Currently, I am investigating the characteristics of the flaring chromosphere, through the analysis of multi-wavelength data, using computational flare models and evaluating the comparison of data vs. models.

Room 605
School of Physics and Astronomy
Kelvin Building
University of Glasgow
G12 8QQ
Scotland

Email: Paulo.Simoes@glasgow.ac.uk
Tel: +44 141 330 4502
Fax: +44 141 330 8600

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