I am a final-year Ph.D. student studying the heating of non-flaring/micro-flaring active regions, supervised by Dr Iain Hannah.
My interests range from stellar to solar physics; my main interests lie in the heating of the solar atmosphere, including active regions and loops. I am currently gaining expertise in analysis of data from SDO/AIA, Hinode/XRT, Hinode/EIS, and NuSTAR.
DeepEM is a (supervised) deep learning approach to DEM inversion that is currently under development on Github, and Figure 1 compares the solution from DeepEM to that of Basis Pursuit (Cheung et al 2015).
Figure 1: SDO/AIA images in 171 and 211 A (logT = 5.9, 6.3 K), vs the DeepEM and Basis Pursuit solutions for the same temperature.
 Andrew J. Marsh, David M. Smith, Lindsay Glesener, Iain G. Hannah, Brian W. Grefenstette, Amir Caspi, Sam Krucker, Hugh S. Hudson, Kristin K. Madsen, Stephen M. White, Matej Kuhar, Paul J. Wright, Steven E. Boggs, Finn E. Christensen, William W. Craig, Charles J. Hailey, Fiona A. Harrison, Daniel Stern, and William W. Zhang 2017. First NuSTAR Limits on Quiet Sun Hard X-Ray Transient Events, ApJ, 849 131
 Juntao Wang, Paulo J. A. Simoes, Natasha L. S. Jeffrey, Lyndsay Fletcher, Paul J. Wright, Iain G. Hannah 2017. Observations of Reconnection Flows in a Flare on The Solar Disk, ApJL, 847, L1
 Paul J. Wright, Iain G. Hannah, Brian W. Grefenstette, Lindsay Glesener, Säm Krucker, Hugh S. Hudson, David M. Smith, Andrew J. Marsh, Stephen M. White, and Matej Kuhar 2017.
Microflare Heating of a Solar Active Region Observed with NuSTAR, Hinode/XRT, and SDO/AIA, ApJ, 844, 132
 Matej Kuhar, Säm Krucker, Iain G. Hannah, Lindsay Glesener, Pascal Saint-Hilaire, Brian W. Grefenstette, Hugh S. Hudson, Stephen M. White, David M. Smith, Andrew J. Marsh, Paul J. Wright, Steven E. Boggs, Finn E. Christensen, William W. Craig, Charles J. Hailey, Fiona A. Harrison, Daniel Stern, and William W. Zhang 2017. Evidence of Significant Energy Input in the Late Phase of a Solar Flare from NuSTAR X-ray Observations, ApJ, 835, 6
A CV (pdf) can be found here.
School of Physics and Astronomy
University of Glasgow
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