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Dr. A R Yeates

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Name:
Anthony Yeates
New Position:
Lecturer
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Durham University
Durham DH1 3LE
Room:CM308
E-mail:
anthony.yeatesatdurham.ac.uk
Phone:
+44 (0)191 334 3075
New webpage:
http://www.maths.dur.ac.uk/~bmjg46/

Last updated Oct 2011. Please see new webpage for more recent information (link above).

Research Interests

Visualisation of a 3-d magnetic field by its field line mapping Global magnetic field model
  • Topology of 3-d magnetic fields and magnetic reconnection [11, 13]
  • Computational modelling of the Sun's large-scale magnetic field [1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9,12]
  • Formation and magnetic field structure of solar filaments [1, 3, 4, 6, 7]
  • Solar dynamo models [2, 10]
Numbers refer to the publication list below. See also the research page of our MHD Group...

Teaching

  • 2010-2011: MA42007 Mathematics of Fluids & Plasmas II (for course materials see Blackboard).

Recent Presentations

  • June 2011, Magnetic braids, slides from talk at Braids and Applications workshop, CRM, Pisa, Italy.

Publications

Preprints

In refereed journals

  1. A.R. Yeates and G. Hornig, Dynamical constraints from field line topology in magnetic flux tubes, J. Phys. A Math. Theor. 44, 265501, 2011. (preprint, see also a brief insight "Predicting relaxation with magnetic topology")
  2. A.R. Yeates, D.H. Mackay, A.A. van Ballegooijen, and J.A. Constable, A Non-potential Model for the Sun's Open Magnetic Flux, J. Geophys. Res. A 115, A09112, 2010. (preprint; see also this summary poster)
  3. A.R. Yeates, G. Hornig, and A.L. Wilmot-Smith, Topological Constraints on Magnetic Relaxation, Phys. Rev. Letters 105, 085002, 2010. (preprint) **PRESS RELEASE**
  4. A. Munoz-Jaramillo, D. Nandy, P.C.H. Martens, and A.R. Yeates, A Double-Ring Algorithm for Modeling Solar Active Regions: Unifying Kinematic Dynamo Models and Surface Flux-Transport Simulations, ApJ Letters 720, L20, 2010. (preprint)
  5. A.R. Yeates, J.A. Constable, and P.C.H. Martens, Solar Cycle Variation of Magnetic Flux Ropes in a Quasi-Static Coronal Evolution Model, Solar Physics 263, 121, 2010. (preprint)
  6. A.R. Yeates, G.D.R. Attrill, D. Nandy, D.H. Mackay, P.C.H. Martens, and A.A. van Ballegooijen, Comparison of a Global Magnetic Evolution Model with Observations of Coronal Mass Ejections, ApJ 709, 1238, 2010. (preprint)
  7. A.R. Yeates and D.H. Mackay, Initiation of Coronal Mass Ejections in a Global Evolution Model, ApJ 699, 1024, 2009. (preprint)
  8. A.R. Yeates and D.H. Mackay, Modelling the Global Solar Corona III: Origin of the Hemispheric Pattern of Filaments, Solar Physics 254, 77, 2009. (preprint)
  9. A.R. Yeates, D.H. Mackay, and A.A. van Ballegooijen, Evolution and Distribution of Current Helicity in Full-Sun Simulations, ApJ Letters 680, L165, 2008. (preprint)
  10. D.H. Mackay, V. Gaizauskas, and A.R. Yeates, Where do Solar Filaments Form? Consequences for Theoretical Models, Solar Physics 248, 51, 2008.
  11. A.R. Yeates, D.H. Mackay, and A.A. van Ballegooijen, Modelling the Global Solar Corona II: Coronal Evolution and Filament Chirality Comparison, Solar Physics 247, 103, 2008. (preprint)
  12. A.R. Yeates, D. Nandy, and D.H. Mackay, Exploring the Physical Basis of Solar Cycle Predictions: Flux Transport Dynamics and Persistence of Memory in Advection versus Diffusion Dominated Solar Convection Zones, ApJ 673, 544, 2008. (preprint)
  13. A.R. Yeates, D.H. Mackay, and A.A. van Ballegooijen, Modelling the Global Solar Corona: Filament Chirality Observations and Surface Simulations, Solar Physics 245, 87, 2007. (preprint)

PhD Thesis

A.R. Yeates, Development and Application of a Global Magnetic Field Evolution Model for the Solar Corona, University of St Andrews, 2009 (supervised by D.H. Mackay and E.R. Priest).

Conference Proceedings

  • A.R. Yeates, D.H. Mackay, and A.A. van Ballegooijen, A Prominence Puzzle Explained?, Cool Stars, Stellar Systems and the Sun: 15th Cambridge Workshop, ed. E. Stempels, AIP Conf. Proc. 1094, 216, 2009.
  • A.R. Yeates, D.H. Mackay, and A.A. van Ballegooijen, Evolution of Current Helicity in Full-Sun Simulations, Cool Stars, Stellar Systems and the Sun: 15th Cambridge Workshop, ed. E. Stempels, AIP Conf. Proc. 1094, 772, 2009.

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