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教师基本情况  
姓名: 田晖
职称: 教授,博士生导师
联系电话 010-62766325
办公地点: 物理北楼427
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专业及研究领域:
从事太阳物理研究,研究课题包括太阳过渡区、黑子动力学、低层大气磁活动与日冕加热、耀斑重联与加热、极紫外光谱成像探测
教育经历    
2001.09--2005.07 工学学士 武汉大学电子信息学院
2005.09--2010.07 理学博士 北京大学地球与空间科学学院(与德国马普太阳系研究所联合培养)
工作经历  
2010.08--2012.08 美国国家大气研究中心ASP项目博士后(ASP postdoc fellow)
2012.08--2015.12 美国哈佛-史密松天体物理中心天体物理学者(Astrophysicist)
2015.12--至今 北京大学地球与空间科学学院研究员
承担项目
1. 国家自然科学基金面上项目、重大项目、杰出青年基金项目
2. 国家级人才计划项目
3. 中科院空间科学卫星预研项目
4. Max Planck Partner Group, Germany
学术成果
在Science以及本领域主要期刊ApJ, A&A和Sol. Phys.上发表第一作者和通讯作者论文约四十篇,合作者论文数十篇。主要研究成果包括:发现太阳低层大气磁重联产生色球针状物并导致日冕加热,证明黑子亮桥上存在分别由磁重联和慢激波驱动的两种喷流,发现太阳过渡区的亚角秒级精细结构(如网络组织中的间歇性高速喷流、黑子中的半影亮点),参与发现并系统研究了太阳低层大气中的紫外爆发现象,系统研究了日冕中的上传密度扰动并提出其本质是间歇性物质外流的新解释,发掘了Fe XXI 1354.08Å谱线对耀斑重联和加热的诊断作用,发展了对日冕物质抛射进行光谱学诊断和监测的新方法,观测到无地冕吸收的纯净的太阳氢原子莱曼阿尔法谱线轮廓。近期部分学术论文如下:
1.Samanta, T., Tian, H.*, Yurchyshyn, V., Peter, H., Cao, W., Sterling, A., Erdélyi, R., Ahn, K., Feng, S., Utz, D., Banerjee, D., Chen, Y. 2019, Generation of solar spicules and subsequent atmospheric heating, Science, 366, 890
2.Samanta, T., Tian, H. *, Nakariakov, V. M. 2019, Evidence for Vortex Shedding in the Sun's hot corona, Physical Review Letters, 123, 035102
3.Chen, Y., Tian, H. *, Peter, H., Samanta, T., et al. 2019, Flame-like Ellerman Bombs and Their Connection to Solar UV Bursts, Astrophys. J. Lett., 875, L30
4.Chen, Y., Tian, H. *, Huang, Z., Peter, H., Samanta, T. 2019, Investigating the Transition Region Explosive Events and Their Relationship to Network Jets, Astrophys. J., 873, 79
5.Chen, Y., Tian, H. *, Zhu, X.-S., Samanta, T., Wang, L.-H., He, J.-S. 2019, Solar ultraviolet bursts in a coordinated observation of IRIS, Hinode and SDO, Sci China Tech Sci, 2019, 62, 1555
6.Zhu, Y., Kowalski, A. F., Tian, H. *, et al. 2019, Modeling Mg II h, k and Triplet Lines at Solar Flare Ribbons, Astrophys. J., 879, 19
7.Tian, H., Zhu, X.-S., Peter, H., Zhao, J., Samanta, T., Chen, Y.-J. 2018, Magnetic Reconnection at the Earliest Stage of Solar Flux Emergence, Astrophys. J., 854, 174
8.Tian, H., Yurchyshyn, V., Peter, H., Solanki, S., Young, P. R., Ni, L., Cao, W., Ji, K., Zhu, Y., Zhang, J., Samanta, T., Song, Y., He, J.-S., Wang, L.-H., Chen, Y. 2018, Frequently Occurring Reconnection Jets from Sunspot Light Bridges, Astrophys. J., 854, 92
9.Tian, H., Chen, N.-H. 2018, Multi-episode chromospheric evaporation observed in a solar flare, Astrophys. J., 856, 34
10.Song, Y.-L., Tian, H.* 2018, Investigation of White-light Emission in Circular-ribbon Flares, Astrophys. J., 867, 159
11.Zhang, J., Tian, H.*, Solanki, S. K., Wang, H., Peter, H., Ahn, K., Xu, Y., Zhu, Y., Cao, W., He, J., Wang, L. 2018, Dark Structures in Sunspot Light Bridges, Astrophys. J., 865, 29
12.Samanta, T., Tian, H.*, Choudhary, D. P. 2018, Statistical Investigation of Supersonic Downflows in the Transition Region above Sunspots, Astrophys. J., 859, 158
13.Chen, Y., Tian, H.*, Su, Y., et al. 2018, Diagnosing the Magnetic Field Structure of a Coronal Cavity Observed During the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse, Astrophys. J., 856, 21
14.Yang, Z., Tian, H.*, Peter, H., Su, Y., Samanta, T., Zhang, J.-W., Chen, Y.-J. 2018, Two Solar Tornadoes Observed with the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph, Astrophys. J., 852, 79
15.Song, Y.-L., Guo, Y., Tian, H.*, Zhu, X.S., Zhang, M., Zhu, Y. J. 2018, Observations of a white-light are associated with a filament eruption, Astrophys. J., 854, 64
16.Song, Y.-L., Tian, H.*, Zhang, M., Ding, M. D. 2018, Observations of white-light flares in NOAA active region 11515: high occurrence rate and relationship with magnetic transients, Astron. Astrophys., 613, A69
17.Tian, H. 2017, Probing the solar transition region: current status and future perspectives, Research in Astron. and Astrophys., 17, 110
18.Zhang, J., Tian, H.*, He, J., Wang, L.2017, Surge-like Oscillations above Sunspot Light Bridges Driven by Magnetoacoustic Shocks, Astrophys. J., 838, 2
19.Tian, H., Xu, Z., He, J.-S., Madsen, C. 2016, Are IRIS bombs connected to Ellerman bombs? Astrophys. J., 824, 96
20.Tian, H., Young, P. R., Reeves, K. K., Wang, T.-J., Antolin, P., Chen, B., He, J.-S. 2016, Global sausage oscillation of solar flare loops detected by the interface region imaging spectrograph, Astrophys. J. Lett., 823, L16
21.Young, P. R., Tian, H., Peter, H., et al. 2018, Solar Ultraviolet Bursts, Space Sci. Rev., 214, 120
22.Samanta, T., Tian, H., Banerjee, D., Schanche, N. 2017, Dynamics of Subarcsecond Bright Dots in the Transition Region above Sunspots and Their Relation to Penumbral Micro-jets, Astrophys. J. Lett., 835, L19
23.Narang, N., Arbacher, R. T., Tian, H., Banerjee, D., Cranmer, S. R., DeLuca, E. E., McKillop, S. 2016, Statistical Study of Network Jets Observed in the Solar Transition Region: a Comparison Between Coronal Holes and Quiet-Sun Regions, Sol. Phys., 291, 1129
24.Ning, H., Chen, Y., Wu, Z., Su, Y., Tian, H., Li, G., Du, G., Song, H. 2018, Two-stage Energy Release Process of a Confined Flare with Double HXR Peaks, Astrophys. J., 854, 178
25.Huang, Z., Xia, L., Nelson, C. J., Liu, J., Wiegelmann, T., Tian, H., Klimchuk, J. A., Chen, Y., Li, B. 2018, Magnetic Braids in Eruptions of a Spiral Structure in the Solar Atmosphere, Astrophys. J., 854, 80
26.Tian, H., Young, P. R., Reeves, K. K., Chen, B., Liu, W., McKillop, S. 2015, Temporal evolution of chromospheric evaporation: case studies of the M1.1 flare on 2014 September 6 and X1.6 flare on 2014 September 10, Astrophys. J., 811, 139
27.Tian, H., DeLuca, E. E., Cranmer, S. R., et al. 2014, Prevalence of small-scale jets from the networks of the solar transition region and chromosphere, Science, 346, 1255711
28.Tian, H., Li, G., Reeves, K. K., Raymond, J. C., Guo F., Liu, W., Chen, B., Murphy, N. A. 2014, Imaging and spectroscopic observations of magnetic reconnection and chromospheric evaporation in a solar flare, Astrophys. J. Lett., 797, L14
29.Tian, H., Kleint, L., Peter, H., et al. 2014, Observations of Subarcsecond Bright Dots in the Transition Region above Sunspots with the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph, Astrophys. J. Lett., 790, L29
30.Tian, H., DeLuca, E., Reeves, K. K., et al. 2014, High-resolution Observations of the Shock Wave Behavior for Sunspot Oscillations with the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph, Astrophys. J., 786, 137
31.Tian, H., Tomczyk, S., McIntosh, S. W., Bethge, C., de Toma, G., Gibson, S. 2013, Observations of coronal mass ejections with the Coronal Multichannel Polarimeter, Sol. Phys., 288, 637
32.Tian, H., McIntosh, S. W., Wang, T.-J., Ofman, L., De Pontieu, B., Innes, D. E., Peter, H. 2012, Persistent Doppler shift oscillations observed with HINODE/EIS in the solar corona: Spectroscopic signatures of Alfvénic waves and recurring upflows, Astrophys. J., 759, 144
33.Tian, H., McIntosh, S. W., Xia, L.-D., He, J.-S., Wang, X. 2012, What can we learn about solar coronal mass ejections, coronal dimmings, and Extreme-Ultraviolet jets through spectroscopic observations, Astrophys. J., 748, 106
34.Tian, H., McIntosh, S. W., De Pontieu, B., Martínez-Sykora, J., Sechler, M., Wang, X. 2011, Two components of the solar coronal emission revealed by Extreme-Ultraviolet spectroscopic observations, Astrophys. J., 738, 18
35.Tian, H., McIntosh, S. W., Habbal, R. S., He, J.-S. 2011, Observation of high-speed outflow on plume-like structures of the quiet sun and coronal holes with Solar Dynamics Observatory/Atmospheric Imaging Assembly, Astrophys. J., 736, 130
36.Tian, H., McIntosh, S. W., De Pontieu, B. 2011, The spectroscopic signature of quasi-periodic upflows in active region timeseries, Astrophys. J. Lett., 727, L37
37.Tian, H., Tu, C.-Y., Marsch, E., He, J.-S., Kamio, S. 2010, The Nascent Fast Solar Wind Observed by the EUV Imaging Spectrometer on Board Hinode, Astrophys. J., 709, L88
38.Tian, H., Yao, S., Zong, Q.-G., He, J.-S., Qi, Y. 2010, Signatures of magnetic reconnection at boundaries of interplanetary small-scale magnetic flux ropes, Astrophys. J., 720, 454
39.Tian, H., Potts, H. E., Marsch, E., Attie, R., He, J.-S. 2010, Horizontal supergranule-scale motions inferred from TRACE ultraviolet observations of the chromosphere, Astron. Astrophys., 519, A58
40.Tian, H., Teriaca, L., Curdt, W., Vial, J.-C. 2009, Hydrogen Lyα and Lyβ radiances and profiles in polar coronal holes, Astrophys. J. Lett., 703, L152
41.Tian, H., Curdt, W., Marsch, E., Schühle, U. 2009, Hydrogen Lyman-α and Lyman-β spectral radiance profiles in the quiet Sun, Astron. Astrophys., 504, 239
42.Tian, H., Curdt, W., Teriaca, L., Landi, E., Marsch, E. 2009, Solar transition region above sunspots, Astron. Astrophys., 505, 307
43.Tian, H., Marsch, E., Curdt, W., He, J.-S. 2009, Upflows in funnel-like legs of coronal magnetic loops, Astrophys. J., 704, 883
44.Tian, H., Marsch, E., Tu, C.-Y., Xia, L.-D., He, J.-S. 2008, Sizes of transition-region structures in coronal holes and in the quiet Sun, Astron. Astrophys., 482, 267
45.Tian, H., Tu, C.-Y., Marsch, E., He, J.-S., Zhou, G.-Q. 2008, Signature of mass supply to quiet coronal loops, Astron. Astrophys., 478, 915
46.Tian, H., Curdt, W., Marsch, E., He, J.-S. 2008, Cool and hot components of a coronal bright point, Astrophys. J., 681, L121
47.Madsen, C., Tian, H., DeLuca, E. E. 2015, Observations of Umbral Flashes and Running Sunspot Waves with the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph, Astrophys. J., 800,129
48.Avrett, E., Tian, H., Landi, E., Curdt, W., Wülser, J.-P. 2015, Modeling the chromosphere of a sunspot and the quiet sun, Astrophys. J., 811, 87
49.Young, P., Tian, H., Jaeggli, S. 2015, The 2014 march 29 x-flare: subarcsecond resolution observations of Fe xxi λ1354.1, Astrophys. J., 799, 218
50.Peter, H., Tian, H., Curdt, W., et al. 2014, Hot explosions in the cool atmosphere of the Sun, Science, 346, 1255726
51.Schmieder, B., Tian, H., Kucera, T., et al. 2014, Open questions on prominences from coordinated observations by IRIS, Hinode, SDO/AIA, THEMIS, and the Meudon/MSDP, Astron. Astrophys., 569, A85
52.McIntosh, S. W., Tian, H., Sechler, M., De Pontieu, B. 2012, On the doppler velocity of emission line profiles formed in the "coronal contraflow" that is the chromosphere-corona mass cycle, Astrophys. J., 749, 60
53.Gosling, J. T., Tian, H., Phan, T. 2011, Pulsed Alfvén waves in the solar wind, Astrophys. J. Lett., 737, L35
54.Curdt, W., Tian, H., Kamio, S. 2012, Explosive Events: Swirling Transition Region Jets, Sol. Phys., 280, 417
55.Curdt, W., Tian, H. 2011, Spectroscopic evidence for helicity in explosive events, Astron. Astrophys., 532, L9
56.Curdt, W., Tian, H., Dwivedi, B. N., Marsch, E. 2008, The redshifted network contrast of transition region emission, Astron. Astrophys., 491, L13
57.Curdt, W., Tian, H., Teriaca, L., Schühle, U., Lemaire, P. 2008,The Ly-α profile and center-to-limb variation of the quiet Sun, Astron. Astrophys., 492, L9
58.Marsch, E., Tian, H., Sun, J., Curdt, W., Wiegelmann, T. 2008, Plasma flows guided by strong magnetic fields in the solar corona, Astrophys. J., 685, 1262
59.Reeves, K. K., McCauley, P. I., Tian, H. 2015, Direct observations of magnetic reconnection outflow and cme triggering in a small erupting solar prominence, Astrophys. J., 807, 7
60.Samanta, T., Banerjee, D., Tian, H. 2015, Quasi-periodic oscillation of a coronal bright point, Astrophys. J., 806, 172
61.Kleint, L., Antolin, P., Tian, H., et al. 2014, Detection of supersonic downflows and associated heating events in the transition region above sunspots, Astrophys. J. Lett., 789, L42
62.Zhang, M., Xia, L.-D., Tian, H., Chen, Y. 2010, Signatures of transition region explosive events in hydrogen Lyβ profiles, Astron. Astrophys., 520, A37
63.He, J.-S., Tu, C.-Y., Tian, H., et al. 2008, A magnetic null geometry reconstructed from Cluster spacecraft observations, J. Geophys. Res., 113, A05205
64.He, J.-S., Tu, C.-Y., Marsch, E., & Tian, H. 2009, Excitation of kink waves due to small-scale magnetic reconnection in the chromosphere? Astrophys. J. Lett., 705, L217
65.Wang, X., McIntosh, S. W., Curdt, W., Tian, H., Peter, H., Xia, L.-D. 2013, Temperature dependence of ultraviolet line parameters in network and internetwork regions of the quiet Sun and coronal holes, Astron. Astrophys., 557, 126
66.Yan, L.-M., Peter, H., He, J.-S., Tian, H., et al. 2015, Self-absorption in the solar transition region, Astrophys. J., 811, 48
67.He, J.-S., Marsch, E., Tu, C.-Y., Yao, S., Tian, H. 2011, Possible Evidence of Alfvén-cyclotron Waves in the Angle Distribution of Magnetic Helicity of Solar Wind Turbulence, Astrophys. J., 731, 85
68.He, J.-S., Marsch, E., Tu, C.-Y., Guo, L.-J., Tian, H. 2010, Intermittent outflows at the edge of an active region - a possible source of the solar wind? Astron. Astrophys., 516, A14
69.He, J.-S., Tu, C.-Y., Marsch, E., Guo, L.-J., Yao, S., Tian, H. 2009, Upward propagating high-frequency Alfven waves as identified from dynamic wave-like spicules observed by SOT on Hinode, Astron. Astrophys., 497, 523
70.Fontenla, J. M., Curdt, W., Haberreiter, M., Harder, J., & Tian, H. 2009, Semi-empirical models of the solar atmosphere III. Set of NLTE models for FUV/EUV irradiance computation, Astrophys. J., 707, 482
71.Cheung, Mark C. M., De Pontieu, B., Tarbell, T. D., Fu, Y., Tian, H., et al. 2015, Homologous Helical Jets: Observations By IRIS, SDO, and Hinode and Magnetic Modeling With Data-Driven Simulations, Astrophys. J., 801, 83
72.Cranmer, S. R., Asgari-Targhi, M., Miralles, M. P., Raymond, J. C., Strachan, L., Tian, H., Woolsey, N. 2015, The role of turbulence in coronal heating and solar wind expansion, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 373, 20140148
73.Hansteen, V., De Pontieu, B., Carlsson, M, and 18 coauthors including Tian, H. 2014, The unresolved fine structure resolved: IRIS observations of the solar transition region, Science, 346, 1255757
74.De Pontieu, B., Rouppe van der Voort, L., McIntosh, S. W., and 21 coauthors including Tian, H. 2014, On the prevalence of small-scale twist in the solar chromosphere and transition region, Science, 346, 1255732
75.Testa, P., De Pontieu, B., Allred, J., and 21 coauthors including Tian, H. 2014, Evidence of nonthermal particles in coronal loops heated impulsively by nanoflares, Science, 346, 1255724
76.De Pontieu, B., Title, A. M., Lemen, J. R., and 85 coauthors including Tian, H. 2014, The Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph (IRIS), Sol. Phys., 289, 2733
77.Pereira, T. M. D., De Pontieu, B., Carlsson, M., and 17 coauthors including Tian, H. 2015, An interface region imaging spectrograph first view on solar spicules, Astrophys. J. Lett., 792, L15
邀请报告
国际会议邀请报告
1.Tian, H.: Prevalent small-scale jets in the solar atmosphere, The 13th Hinode Science Meeting, Tokyo, September 2-6, 2019, invited
2.Tian, H.: BBSO/GST observations of fine structures and fast dynamics in sunspot light bridges, First ten years of GST workshop, Newark, U.S., March 12-15, 2019, invited
3.Tian, H.: Observations of magnetic reconnection in the partially ionized lower solar atmosphere, 2nd Asia-Pacific conference on Plasma Physics, Kanazawa, Japan, Nov. 12-17, 2018, invited
4.Tian, H., Chen, N.-H.: Multiepisode Chromospheric Evaporation Observed in a Solar Flare, AOGS 2018, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 3-8, 2018, invited
5.Tian, H.: The Solar Transition Region, AOGS 2017, Singapore, August 6-11, 2017, invited
6.Tian, H.: The Solar Transition Region: Current Understanding and Future Perspectives, The 1st China-Europe Solar Physics Meeting, Kunming, May 15-19, 2017, invited
7.Tian, H., He, J.-S.: Observations and Simulations of Shock Waves in the Transition Region Above Sunspots, AOGS 2015, Singapore, August 2-7, 2015, invited
8.Tian, H.: Connections Between Chromosphere,Transition Region and Corona: IRIS perspective, International conference on coupling and dynamics of the solar atmosphere, Pune, India, Nov 10-14, 2014, invited
9.Tian, H.: IRIS observations of the solar wind source region, 2014 LWS/Hinode-8/IRIS-2 conference, Portland, Oregon, USA, Nov 3-6, 2014, invited
10.Tian, H.: The solar transition region: From SUMER to IRIS, Retirement colloquium of Dr. Werner Curdt, Goettingen, Germany, May 15, 2014,invited
11.Tian, H.: First results of NASA’s IRIS mission, 12th Scientific Assembly of the IAGA, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, Aug 26-30, 2013, invited
12.Tian, H.: Two components of the coronal emission revealed by both spectroscopic and imaging observations, SHINE 2012, Wailea Maui, Hawaii, USA, June 25-29, 2012, invited
13.Tian, H.: The mass cycle between the chromosphere and the corona/solar wind, SDO-4 / IRIS / Hinode Workshop, Monterey, California, USA, March 12-16, 2012, invited
14.Tian, H.: Crossing the transition region, Workshop From the Heliosphere into the Sun, Bad Honnef, Germany, Jan 31-Feb 3, 2012, invited
15.Tian, H., Curdt, W., Marsch, E., Tu, C.-Y., & He, J.-S.: The solar transition region in the quiet Sun and active regions, AOGS 2009, Singapore, August 11-15, 2009, invited
获奖情况
1.2019年:亚太物理联合会等离子体物理分会青年学者奖
2.2018年:获国家自然科学基金委杰出青年科学基金
3.2017年:亚洲-大洋洲地球科学学会杰出青年学者讲座(AOGS Early Career Researchers Distinguished Lecture)
4.2017年:美国航天局向SDO卫星团队主要成员署名颁发的集体成就奖
5.2016年: 被德国马普学会遴选为马普伙伴小组组长(Head of Max Planck Partner Group)
6.2016年:美国航天局向IRIS卫星科学团队主要成员署名颁发的戈达德杰出科学成就奖
7.2016年:美国航天局向SDO卫星团队主要成员署名颁发的戈达德杰出科学成就奖
8.2015年:入选“国家级人才计划”
9.2014年:美国航天局局长向IRIS卫星团队主要成员署名颁发的集体成就奖
学术及社会任职
1.《中国科学-技术科学》青年编委,2018年至今
2.北京大学地空学院空间物理与应用技术研究所副所长,2018年至今
3.国际空间科学研究所(International Space Science Institute, ISSI)的耀斑加热研究团队(International Team “Diagnosing heating mechanisms in solar flares through spectroscopic observations of flare ribbons”)的负责人(team leader), 2016-2018
4.2010-2012年任美国高山天文台CoMP日冕仪团队主要成员之一,负责一项数据定标工作;2012-2015年任美国航天局(NASA)的IRIS卫星团队主要成员之一,承担多项数据定标和仪器观测任务,2013-2015年任IRIS科学团队每周电话会议主持人。
5.40余次任Science, Living Rev. Sol. Phys., Astrophys. J., Astrophys. J. Lett., Astron. Astrophys., Geophys. Res. Lett., J. Geophys. Res., Sol. Phys., Physics of Plasma, Science Advances, Scientific Reports以及Res. in Astron. Astrophys等本领域主要期刊的审稿人
6.任中国国家自然科学基金的评审专家(2016至今),数次任美国自然科学基金(SHINE项目)和美国航天局科研项目(NASA H-GI项目)的函评和会评专家(2010-2015)
7.担任多个国际会议职务,如IRIS-10 workshop、IRIS-7 workshop科学委员会主席、IRIS-9 workshop科学委员会成员、AOGS 2016 conference、SHINE 2014 workshop、RHESSI workshop series “Solar in Sonoma-Tracing the connections in solar eruptive events”、 第四届全球华人空间天气大会等的专题召集人兼主持人
8.多次任AGU、AAS/SPD、AOGS等国际会议最佳学生论文奖评委
9.英国Proceedings of the Royal Society A杂志的Editorial Board Member,2019年至今