Tongjiang Wang

Tongjiang Wang

  • ASTROPHYSICIST
  • 301.286.4168
  • NASA/GSFC
  • Mail Code: 671
  • Greenbelt , MD 20771
  • Employer: CATHOLIC UNIV OF AMERICA
  • Brief Bio

    Dr. Tongjiang Wang is a Research Associate at Catholic University of America, working as a contractor at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center since 2007. Dr. Wang’s research includes the dynamics, oscillations and flare activity in solar active region corona using EUV spectroscopic and imaging observations from various space missions (e.g. SOHO, STEREO, Hinode, SDO and IRIS). He has authored and coauthored more than 50 publications on solar physics in refereed journals. He has been invited to give several review talks in international conferences. He has been a PI or Co-I of several NASA grants. He served as a referee for various leading journals in the field such as ApJ, A&A, Solar Physics, JGR, PASJ, New Astronomy,etc., and a reviewer for NASA proposals. He is a member of Solar Physics Division of American Astronomical Society, and a member of American Geophysical Union.
     

    Research Interests

    Oscillations and waves in coronal loops

    Imaging and spectral detections of various kinds of waves and oscillation modes, measurement of their physical properties, understanding their excitation, propagation and damping mechanism by MHD simulations as well as exploration of their possible applications in coronal seismology, i.e., to determine the unknown physical parameters based on the observations and theories.
     

    Impulsive activity in solar corona

    Magnetic energy buildup and release mechanisms for impulsive events from small scale (e.g., jets and microflares) to large scale (e.g., filament eruption, flares and CMEs). Search of the evidence for magnetic energy transfer from the photosphere into the corona (e.g. formation of filaments seen in Hα and EUV, and sigmoid structure in soft X-ray). Exploration of their trigger mechanism by comparing observational signatures with the model prediction. Exploration of the evidence for magnetic reconnection including changes of coronal magnetic structure and topology and the direct detection of magnetic reconnection inflow and outflows using the multi-wavelength observations. Measurement of physical properties (e.g., temperature and density) of coronal structure from EUV spectral data and diagnosis of their heating and cooling processes.

    Magnetic field evolution in active regions

    Exploration of the responses of the coronal structure and emissions in EUV and X-rays to the photospheric magnetic field evolution such as the roles of magnetic emergence, flux cancellation, shear motion etc.
     

    Reconstruction of the Electron Density Distribution in the Solar Corona

    To reconstruct the 3D electron density distribution for each solar rotation since 2007 using the spherically symmetric inversion method from two week's polarized brightness (pB) radiance using STEREO/COR1 observations.To study long-term and short-term variations of the electron density of the inner corona within 1.5-4 solar radii and their relationship with the evolution of the magnetic flux on the photosphere and the CME mass and occurrance rate.

    Positions/Employment

    5/2007 - Present

    Research Associate

    Catholic University of America , Physics Department, 620 Michigan Ave., NE, Room 200 Hannan Hall, Washington, DC 20064, and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center at Greenbelt, MD 2077
    1/2006 - 4/2007

    Research scientist

    Physics Department of Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59717-3840
    6/2001 - 12/2005

    Postdoctoral Researcher

    Max-Planck Institute for Sonnensystemforschung, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany
    6/2000 - 3/2001

    Postdoctoral Fellowship

    Kwasan Observatory, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
    3/2000 - 5/2000

    Associate Research Professor

    Chinese National Astronomical Observatories, Beijing, China
    3/1998 - 3/2000

    Assistant researcher

    Chinese National Astronomical Observatories, Beijing, China

    Education

    1987,9-1991,9 Astrophysics, Astronomy Dept., Nanjing University, B.S.
    1991,9-1994,9 Astrophysics, Astronomy Dept., Nanjing University, M.S.
    1994,9-1998,3 Astrophysics, Beijing Astronomical Observatory,Chinese Academy of Sciences, Ph.D.
     

    Publications

    Refereed

    Dennis, B. R., A. K. Tolbert, A. Inglis, et al. J. Ireland, T. Wang, G. D. Holman, L. A. Hayes, and P. T. Gallagher. 2017. "Detection and Interpretation of Long-lived X-Ray Quasi-periodic Pulsations in the X-class Solar Flare on 2013 May 14." The Astrophysical Journal, 836 (1): 84 [10.3847/1538-4357/836/1/84]

    Wang, T., N. L. Reginald, J. M. Davila, O. C. St Cyr, and W. T. Thompson. 2017. "Variation of Coronal Activity from the Minimum to Maximum of Solar Cycle 24 using Three Dimensional Coronal Electron Density Reconstructions from STEREO/COR1." Solar Physics, 292 (8): 97 (32 pp) [10.1007/s11207-017-1130-3]

    Wang, T. J. 2016. "Waves in Solar Coronal Loops." Keiling/Low-Frequency Waves in Space Plasmas, 216: 395-418 [10.1002/9781119055006.ch23]

    Hariharan, K., R. Ramesh, C. Kathiravan, and T. Wang. 2016. "Simultaneous Near-Sun Observations of a Moving Type IV Radio Burst and the Associated White-Light Coronal Mass Ejection." Solar Physics, 291 (5): 1405-1416 [10.1007/s11207-016-0918-x]

    Tian, H., P. R. Young, K. K. Reeves, et al. T. Wang, P. Antolin, B. Chen, and J. He. 2016. "GLOBAL SAUSAGE OSCILLATION OF SOLAR FLARE LOOPS DETECTED BY THEINTERFACE REGION IMAGING SPECTROGRAPH." The Astrophysical Journal, 823 (1): L16 [10.3847/2041-8205/823/1/l16]

    Wang, T., L. Ofman, X. Sun, E. Provornikova, and J. M. Davila. 2015. "EVIDENCE OF THERMAL CONDUCTION SUPPRESSION IN A SOLAR FLARING LOOP BY CORONAL SEISMOLOGY OF SLOW-MODE WAVES." The Astrophysical Journal, 811 (1): L13 [10.1088/2041-8205/811/1/l13]

    Wang, T., and J. M. Davila. 2014. "Validation of Spherically Symmetric Inversion by Use of a Tomographically Reconstructed Three-Dimensional Electron Density of the Solar Corona." SOLAR PHYSICS, 289: 3723-3745 [10.1007/s11207-014-0556-0]

    Su, Y., P. Gömöry, A. Veronig, et al. M. Temmer, T. Wang, K. Vanninathan, W. Gan, and Y. Li. 2014. "SOLAR MAGNETIZED TORNADOES: ROTATIONAL MOTION IN A TORNADO-LIKE PROMINENCE." The Astrophysical Journal, 785 (1): L2 [10.1088/2041-8205/785/1/l2]

    Sasikumar Raja, K., R. Ramesh, K. Hariharan, C. Kathiravan, and T. J. Wang. 2014. "AN ESTIMATE OF THE MAGNETIC FIELD STRENGTH ASSOCIATED WITH A SOLAR CORONAL MASS EJECTION FROM LOW FREQUENCY RADIO OBSERVATIONS." The Astrophysical Journal, 796 (1): 56 [10.1088/0004-637x/796/1/56]

    Kwon, R., M. Kramar, T. Wang, et al. L. Ofman, J. M. Davila, J. Chae, and J. Zhang. 2013. "GLOBAL CORONAL SEISMOLOGY IN THE EXTENDED SOLAR CORONA THROUGH FAST MAGNETOSONIC WAVES OBSERVED BY STEREO SECCHI COR1." ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL, 776: [10.1088/0004-637X/776/1/55]

    Wang, T., L. Ofman, and J. M. Davila. 2013. "THREE-DIMENSIONAL MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC MODELING OF PROPAGATING DISTURBANCES IN FAN-LIKE CORONAL LOOPS." ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL LETTERS, 775: [10.1088/2041-8205/775/1/L23]

    Su, Y., A. M. Veronig, G. D. Holman, et al. B. R. Dennis, T. Wang, M. Temmer, and W. Gan. 2013. "Imaging coronal magnetic-field reconnection in a solar flare." Nature Physics, 9 (8): 489-493 [10.1038/nphys2675]

    Ramesh, R., P. Kishore, S. M. Mulay, et al. I. V. Barve, C. Kathiravan, and T. J. Wang. 2013. "LOW-FREQUENCY OBSERVATIONS OF DRIFTING, NON-THERMAL CONTINUUM RADIO EMISSION ASSOCIATED WITH THE SOLAR CORONAL MASS EJECTIONS." The Astrophysical Journal, 778 (1): 30 [10.1088/0004-637x/778/1/30]

    Wang, T., L. Ofman, J. M. Davila, and Y. Su. 2012. "Growing Transverse Oscillations of a Multistranded Loop Observed by SDO/AIA." The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 751 ( 2): L27 [10.1088/2041-8205/751/2/L27]

    Wang, T., L. Ofman, and J. M. Davila. 2012. "Spectroscopic Diagnosis of Propagating Disturbances in Coronal Loops: Waves or flows?" Fifth Hinode Science Meeting, 456: 91-.

    Wang, T., L. Ofman, and J. M. Davila. 2012. "Propagating Intensity Disturbances in Fan-like Coronal Loops: Flows or Waves?" 4th Hinode Science Meeting: Unsolved Problems and Recent Insights, 455: 227-.

    Ofman, L., T. J. Wang, and J. M. Davila. 2012. "Slow Magnetosonic Waves and Fast Flows in Active Region Loops." The Astrophysical Journal, 754: [111-10.1088/0004-637X/754/2/111]

    Su, Y., B. R. Dennis, G. D. Holman, et al. T. Wang, P. C. Chamberlin, S. Savage, and A. Veronig. 2012. "OBSERVATIONS OF A TWO-STAGE SOLAR ERUPTIVE EVENT (SEE): EVIDENCE FOR SECONDARY HEATING." The Astrophysical Journal, 746 (1): L5 [10.1088/2041-8205/746/1/l5]

    Su, Y., T. Wang, A. Veronig, M. Temmer, and W. Gan. 2012. "SOLAR MAGNETIZED “TORNADOES:” RELATION TO FILAMENTS." The Astrophysical Journal, 756 (2): L41 [10.1088/2041-8205/756/2/l41]

    Tian, H., S. W. McIntosh, T. Wang, et al. L. Ofman, B. De Pontieu, D. E. Innes, and H. Peter. 2012. "PERSISTENT DOPPLER SHIFT OSCILLATIONS OBSERVED WITH HINODE /EIS IN THE SOLAR CORONA: SPECTROSCOPIC SIGNATURES OF ALFVÉNIC WAVES AND RECURRING UPFLOWS." The Astrophysical Journal, 759 (2): 144 [10.1088/0004-637x/759/2/144]

    Wang, T. 2011. "Standing Slow-Mode Waves in Hot Coronal Loops: Observations, Modeling, and Coronal Seismology." Space Sci Rev, 158 (2-4): 397-419 [10.1007/s11214-010-9716-1]

    Liu, R., T.-J. Wang, J. Lee, et al. G. Stenborg, C. Liu, S.-H. Park, and H.-M. Wang. 2011. "Observing the reconnection region in a transequatorial loop system." Res. Astron. Astrophys., 11 (10): 1209-1228 [10.1088/1674-4527/11/10/009]

    Wang, T., R. J. Thomas, J. W. Brosius, et al. P. R. Young, D. M. Rabin, J. M. Davila, and G. Del Zanna. 2011. "UNDERFLIGHT CALIBRATION OF SOHO /CDS AND HINODE /EIS WITH EUNIS-07." The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 197 (2): 32 [10.1088/0067-0049/197/2/32]

    Wang, T., J. W. Brosius, R. J. Thomas, D. M. Rabin, and J. M. Davila. 2010. "ABSOLUTE RADIOMETRIC CALIBRATION OF THE EUNIS-06 170-205 Å CHANNEL AND CALIBRATION UPDATE FOR CORONAL DIAGNOSTIC SPECTROMETER/NORMAL-INCIDENCE SPECTROMETER." The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 186 (2): 222-232 [10.1088/0067-0049/186/2/222]

    Liu, R., J. Lee, T. Wang, et al. G. Stenborg, C. Liu, and H. Wang. 2010. "A RECONNECTING CURRENT SHEET IMAGED IN A SOLAR FLARE." The Astrophysical Journal, 723 (1): L28-L33 [10.1088/2041-8205/723/1/l28]

    Wang, T. J., L. Ofman, and J. M. Davila. 2009. "PROPAGATING SLOW MAGNETOACOUSTIC WAVES IN CORONAL LOOPS OBSERVED BY HINODE /EIS." The Astrophysical Journal, 696 (2): 1448-1460 [10.1088/0004-637x/696/2/1448]

    Liu, W., T.-J. Wang, B. R. Dennis, and G. D. Holman. 2009. "EPISODIC X-RAY EMISSION ACCOMPANYING THE ACTIVATION OF AN ERUPTIVE PROMINENCE: EVIDENCE OF EPISODIC MAGNETIC RECONNECTION." The Astrophysical Journal, 698 (1): 632-640 [10.1088/0004-637x/698/1/632]

    Wang, T. J., L. Ofman, J. M. Davila, and J. T. Mariska. 2009. "Hinode/EIS observations of propagating low-frequency slow magnetoacoustic waves in fan-like coronal loops." A&A, 503 (3): L25-L28 [10.1051/0004-6361/200912534]

    Ofman, L., and T. J. Wang. 2008. "Hinode observations of transverse waves with flows in coronal loops." A&A, 482 (2): L9-L12 [10.1051/0004-6361:20079340]

    Goossens, M., I. Arregui, J. L. Ballester, and T. J. Wang. 2008. "Analytic approximate seismology of transversely oscillating coronal loops." A&A, 484 (3): 851-857 [10.1051/0004-6361:200809728]

    Wang, T. J., S. K. Solanki, and M. Selwa. 2008. "Identification of different types of kink modes in coronal loops: principles and application to TRACE results." A&A, 489 (3): 1307-1317 [10.1051/0004-6361:200810230]

    Non-Refereed

    Wang, T., L. Ofman, X. Sun, E. Provornikova, and J. M. Davila. 2015. "Evidence of thermal conduction suppression in hot coronal loops: supplementary results." Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union 11 (S320): 202-208 [10.1017/s1743921316000326]

    Wang, T., W. Liu, L. Ofman, and J. M. Davila. 2012. "Slow-Mode Oscillations of Hot Loops Excited at Flaring Footpoints." The Fifth Hinode Science Meeting. ASP Conference Series, Astronomical Society of the Pacific 456: 127.

    Wang, T., L. Sui, and J. Qiu. 2009. "Direct Observation of High-Speed Reconnection Outflows With SOHO/SUMER, TRACE and RHESSI." The Second Hinode Science Meeting: Beyond Discovery-Toward Understanding ASP Conference Series, Astronomical Society of the Pacific 415: 447.

    Wang, T., L. Ofman, and J. M. Davila. 2009. "Hinode/EIS Observations of Propagating Slow Magnetoacoustic Waves in a Coronal Loop." Proceeding of the Second Hinode Science Meeting: Beyond Discovery-Toward Understanding, ASP Conference Series, Astronomical Society of the Pacific 415: 28.

    Brief Bio

    Dr. Tongjiang Wang is a Research Associate at Catholic University of America, working as a contractor at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center since 2007. Dr. Wang’s research includes the dynamics, oscillations and flare activity in solar active region corona using EUV spectroscopic and imaging observations from various space missions (e.g. SOHO, STEREO, Hinode, SDO and IRIS). He has authored and coauthored more than 50 publications on solar physics in refereed journals. He has been invited to give several review talks in international conferences. He has been a PI or Co-I of several NASA grants. He served as a referee for various leading journals in the field such as ApJ, A&A, Solar Physics, JGR, PASJ, New Astronomy,etc., and a reviewer for NASA proposals. He is a member of Solar Physics Division of American Astronomical Society, and a member of American Geophysical Union.
     

    Publications

    Refereed

    Dennis, B. R., A. K. Tolbert, A. Inglis, et al. J. Ireland, T. Wang, G. D. Holman, L. A. Hayes, and P. T. Gallagher. 2017. "Detection and Interpretation of Long-lived X-Ray Quasi-periodic Pulsations in the X-class Solar Flare on 2013 May 14." The Astrophysical Journal 836 (1): 84 [10.3847/1538-4357/836/1/84]

    Wang, T., N. L. Reginald, J. M. Davila, O. C. St Cyr, and W. T. Thompson. 2017. "Variation of Coronal Activity from the Minimum to Maximum of Solar Cycle 24 using Three Dimensional Coronal Electron Density Reconstructions from STEREO/COR1." Solar Physics 292 (8): 97 (32 pp) [10.1007/s11207-017-1130-3]

    Wang, T. J. 2016. "Waves in Solar Coronal Loops." Keiling/Low-Frequency Waves in Space Plasmas 216 395-418 [10.1002/9781119055006.ch23]

    Hariharan, K., R. Ramesh, C. Kathiravan, and T. Wang. 2016. "Simultaneous Near-Sun Observations of a Moving Type IV Radio Burst and the Associated White-Light Coronal Mass Ejection." Solar Physics 291 (5): 1405-1416 [10.1007/s11207-016-0918-x]

    Tian, H., P. R. Young, K. K. Reeves, et al. T. Wang, P. Antolin, B. Chen, and J. He. 2016. "GLOBAL SAUSAGE OSCILLATION OF SOLAR FLARE LOOPS DETECTED BY THEINTERFACE REGION IMAGING SPECTROGRAPH." The Astrophysical Journal 823 (1): L16 [10.3847/2041-8205/823/1/l16]

    Wang, T., L. Ofman, X. Sun, E. Provornikova, and J. M. Davila. 2015. "EVIDENCE OF THERMAL CONDUCTION SUPPRESSION IN A SOLAR FLARING LOOP BY CORONAL SEISMOLOGY OF SLOW-MODE WAVES." The Astrophysical Journal 811 (1): L13 [10.1088/2041-8205/811/1/l13]

    Wang, T., and J. M. Davila. 2014. "Validation of Spherically Symmetric Inversion by Use of a Tomographically Reconstructed Three-Dimensional Electron Density of the Solar Corona." SOLAR PHYSICS 289 3723-3745 [10.1007/s11207-014-0556-0]

    Su, Y., P. Gömöry, A. Veronig, et al. M. Temmer, T. Wang, K. Vanninathan, W. Gan, and Y. Li. 2014. "SOLAR MAGNETIZED TORNADOES: ROTATIONAL MOTION IN A TORNADO-LIKE PROMINENCE." The Astrophysical Journal 785 (1): L2 [10.1088/2041-8205/785/1/l2]

    Sasikumar Raja, K., R. Ramesh, K. Hariharan, C. Kathiravan, and T. J. Wang. 2014. "AN ESTIMATE OF THE MAGNETIC FIELD STRENGTH ASSOCIATED WITH A SOLAR CORONAL MASS EJECTION FROM LOW FREQUENCY RADIO OBSERVATIONS." The Astrophysical Journal 796 (1): 56 [10.1088/0004-637x/796/1/56]

    Kwon, R., M. Kramar, T. Wang, et al. L. Ofman, J. M. Davila, J. Chae, and J. Zhang. 2013. "GLOBAL CORONAL SEISMOLOGY IN THE EXTENDED SOLAR CORONA THROUGH FAST MAGNETOSONIC WAVES OBSERVED BY STEREO SECCHI COR1." ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL 776 [10.1088/0004-637X/776/1/55]

    Wang, T., L. Ofman, and J. M. Davila. 2013. "THREE-DIMENSIONAL MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC MODELING OF PROPAGATING DISTURBANCES IN FAN-LIKE CORONAL LOOPS." ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL LETTERS 775 [10.1088/2041-8205/775/1/L23]

    Su, Y., A. M. Veronig, G. D. Holman, et al. B. R. Dennis, T. Wang, M. Temmer, and W. Gan. 2013. "Imaging coronal magnetic-field reconnection in a solar flare." Nature Physics 9 (8): 489-493 [10.1038/nphys2675]

    Ramesh, R., P. Kishore, S. M. Mulay, et al. I. V. Barve, C. Kathiravan, and T. J. Wang. 2013. "LOW-FREQUENCY OBSERVATIONS OF DRIFTING, NON-THERMAL CONTINUUM RADIO EMISSION ASSOCIATED WITH THE SOLAR CORONAL MASS EJECTIONS." The Astrophysical Journal 778 (1): 30 [10.1088/0004-637x/778/1/30]

    Wang, T., L. Ofman, J. M. Davila, and Y. Su. 2012. "Growing Transverse Oscillations of a Multistranded Loop Observed by SDO/AIA." The Astrophysical Journal Letters 751 ( 2): L27 [10.1088/2041-8205/751/2/L27]

    Wang, T., L. Ofman, and J. M. Davila. 2012. "Spectroscopic Diagnosis of Propagating Disturbances in Coronal Loops: Waves or flows?" Fifth Hinode Science Meeting 456 91-

    Wang, T., L. Ofman, and J. M. Davila. 2012. "Propagating Intensity Disturbances in Fan-like Coronal Loops: Flows or Waves?" 4th Hinode Science Meeting: Unsolved Problems and Recent Insights 455 227-

    Ofman, L., T. J. Wang, and J. M. Davila. 2012. "Slow Magnetosonic Waves and Fast Flows in Active Region Loops." The Astrophysical Journal 754 [111-10.1088/0004-637X/754/2/111]

    Su, Y., B. R. Dennis, G. D. Holman, et al. T. Wang, P. C. Chamberlin, S. Savage, and A. Veronig. 2012. "OBSERVATIONS OF A TWO-STAGE SOLAR ERUPTIVE EVENT (SEE): EVIDENCE FOR SECONDARY HEATING." The Astrophysical Journal 746 (1): L5 [10.1088/2041-8205/746/1/l5]

    Su, Y., T. Wang, A. Veronig, M. Temmer, and W. Gan. 2012. "SOLAR MAGNETIZED “TORNADOES:” RELATION TO FILAMENTS." The Astrophysical Journal 756 (2): L41 [10.1088/2041-8205/756/2/l41]

    Tian, H., S. W. McIntosh, T. Wang, et al. L. Ofman, B. De Pontieu, D. E. Innes, and H. Peter. 2012. "PERSISTENT DOPPLER SHIFT OSCILLATIONS OBSERVED WITH HINODE /EIS IN THE SOLAR CORONA: SPECTROSCOPIC SIGNATURES OF ALFVÉNIC WAVES AND RECURRING UPFLOWS." The Astrophysical Journal 759 (2): 144 [10.1088/0004-637x/759/2/144]

    Wang, T. 2011. "Standing Slow-Mode Waves in Hot Coronal Loops: Observations, Modeling, and Coronal Seismology." Space Sci Rev 158 (2-4): 397-419 [10.1007/s11214-010-9716-1]

    Liu, R., T.-J. Wang, J. Lee, et al. G. Stenborg, C. Liu, S.-H. Park, and H.-M. Wang. 2011. "Observing the reconnection region in a transequatorial loop system." Res. Astron. Astrophys. 11 (10): 1209-1228 [10.1088/1674-4527/11/10/009]

    Wang, T., R. J. Thomas, J. W. Brosius, et al. P. R. Young, D. M. Rabin, J. M. Davila, and G. Del Zanna. 2011. "UNDERFLIGHT CALIBRATION OF SOHO /CDS AND HINODE /EIS WITH EUNIS-07." The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 197 (2): 32 [10.1088/0067-0049/197/2/32]

    Wang, T., J. W. Brosius, R. J. Thomas, D. M. Rabin, and J. M. Davila. 2010. "ABSOLUTE RADIOMETRIC CALIBRATION OF THE EUNIS-06 170-205 Å CHANNEL AND CALIBRATION UPDATE FOR CORONAL DIAGNOSTIC SPECTROMETER/NORMAL-INCIDENCE SPECTROMETER." The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 186 (2): 222-232 [10.1088/0067-0049/186/2/222]

    Liu, R., J. Lee, T. Wang, et al. G. Stenborg, C. Liu, and H. Wang. 2010. "A RECONNECTING CURRENT SHEET IMAGED IN A SOLAR FLARE." The Astrophysical Journal 723 (1): L28-L33 [10.1088/2041-8205/723/1/l28]

    Wang, T. J., L. Ofman, and J. M. Davila. 2009. "PROPAGATING SLOW MAGNETOACOUSTIC WAVES IN CORONAL LOOPS OBSERVED BY HINODE /EIS." The Astrophysical Journal 696 (2): 1448-1460 [10.1088/0004-637x/696/2/1448]

    Liu, W., T.-J. Wang, B. R. Dennis, and G. D. Holman. 2009. "EPISODIC X-RAY EMISSION ACCOMPANYING THE ACTIVATION OF AN ERUPTIVE PROMINENCE: EVIDENCE OF EPISODIC MAGNETIC RECONNECTION." The Astrophysical Journal 698 (1): 632-640 [10.1088/0004-637x/698/1/632]

    Wang, T. J., L. Ofman, J. M. Davila, and J. T. Mariska. 2009. "Hinode/EIS observations of propagating low-frequency slow magnetoacoustic waves in fan-like coronal loops." A&A 503 (3): L25-L28 [10.1051/0004-6361/200912534]

    Ofman, L., and T. J. Wang. 2008. "Hinode observations of transverse waves with flows in coronal loops." A&A 482 (2): L9-L12 [10.1051/0004-6361:20079340]

    Goossens, M., I. Arregui, J. L. Ballester, and T. J. Wang. 2008. "Analytic approximate seismology of transversely oscillating coronal loops." A&A 484 (3): 851-857 [10.1051/0004-6361:200809728]

    Wang, T. J., S. K. Solanki, and M. Selwa. 2008. "Identification of different types of kink modes in coronal loops: principles and application to TRACE results." A&A 489 (3): 1307-1317 [10.1051/0004-6361:200810230]

    Non-Refereed

    Wang, T., L. Ofman, X. Sun, E. Provornikova, and J. M. Davila. 2015. "Evidence of thermal conduction suppression in hot coronal loops: supplementary results." Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union 11 (S320): 202-208 [10.1017/s1743921316000326]

    Wang, T., W. Liu, L. Ofman, and J. M. Davila. 2012. "Slow-Mode Oscillations of Hot Loops Excited at Flaring Footpoints." The Fifth Hinode Science Meeting. ASP Conference Series, Astronomical Society of the Pacific 456 127

    Wang, T., L. Sui, and J. Qiu. 2009. "Direct Observation of High-Speed Reconnection Outflows With SOHO/SUMER, TRACE and RHESSI." The Second Hinode Science Meeting: Beyond Discovery-Toward Understanding ASP Conference Series, Astronomical Society of the Pacific 415 447

    Wang, T., L. Ofman, and J. M. Davila. 2009. "Hinode/EIS Observations of Propagating Slow Magnetoacoustic Waves in a Coronal Loop." Proceeding of the Second Hinode Science Meeting: Beyond Discovery-Toward Understanding, ASP Conference Series, Astronomical Society of the Pacific 415 28

                                                                                                                                                                                            
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