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Dr Richard Morton

Senior Lecturer

Department: Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering

Richard _mortonI graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2008 with a MPHYS Mathematics and Physics degree. I remained at Sheffield to complete my PhD in Applied Mathematics/Solar Physics, and accepted a position as a research scientist there. In 2012 I was appointed as Anniversary Research Fellow in the Department of Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering at Northumbria University. In June 2014 I was awarded a Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship to continue my research.

 

 

 

Qualifications

  • Applied Mathematics PhD September 01 2007
  • Information not provided Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) 2010

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • A basal contribution from p-modes to the Alfvénic wave flux in the Sun’s corona, Morton, R., Weberg, M., McLaughlin, J. 1 Mar 2019, In: Nature Astronomy
  • Bacterial sensors define intracellular free energies for correct enzyme metalation, Osman, D., Martini, M., Foster, A., Chen, J., Scott, A., Morton, R., Steed, J., Lurie-Luke, E., Huggins, T., Lawrence, A., Deery, E., Warren, M., Chivers, P., Robinson, N. 1 Mar 2019, In: Nature Chemical Biology
  • Photospheric Observations of Surface and Body Modes in Solar Magnetic Pores, Keys, P., Morton, R., Jess, D., Verth, G., Grant, S., Mathioudakis, M., Mackay, D., Doyle, J., Christian, D., Keenan, F., Erdélyi, R. 10 Apr 2018, In: Astrophysical Journal
  • An Automated Algorithm for Identifying and Tracking Transverse Waves in Solar Images, Weberg, M., Morton, R., McLaughlin, J. 5 Jan 2018, In: The Astrophysical Journal
  • Dynamics of internetwork chromospheric fibrils: Basic properties and magnetohydrodynamic kink waves, Mooroogen, K., Morton, R., Henriques, V. 9 Nov 2017, In: Astronomy and Astrophysics
  • The Frequency-dependent Damping of Slow Magnetoacoustic Waves in a Sunspot Umbral Atmosphere, Prasad, S., Jess, D., Doorsselaere, T., Verth, G., Morton, R., Fedun, V., Erdélyi, R., Christian, D. 14 Sep 2017, In: The Astrophysical Journal
  • Measuring the magnetic field of a trans-equatorial loop system using coronal seismology, Long, D., Valori, G., Pérez-Suárez, D., Morton, R., Vásquez, A. Jul 2017, In: Astronomy & Astrophysics
  • Observational signatures of a kink-unstable coronal flux rope using Hinode/EIS, Snow, B., Botha, G., Regnier, S., Morton, R., Verwichte, E., Young, P. 8 Jun 2017, In: The Astrophysical Journal
  • Project SunbYte: solar astronomy on a budget, Cook, R., McLaughlin, J., Morton, R., Scullion, E., Shelyag, S., Hamilton, A., Zharkov, S., Jess, D., Wrigley, M. 1 Apr 2017, In: Astronomy & Geophysics
  • A global view of velocity fluctuations in the corona below 1.3r⊙ with comp, Morton, R., Tomczyk, S., Pinto, R. 10 Sep 2016, In: The Astrophysical Journal


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