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Dr Stephane Regnier

Senior Lecturer

Department: Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering

I am currently a Senior Lecturer in Mathematics at Northumbria University (Newcastle upon Tyne). After getting my PhD from the Universite Paris-Sud (Orsay, France), I continued to develop numerical models of magentic fields and their use to understand the physics of the Sun's atmosphere at Montana State University (Bozeman, USA), ESTEC (Noordwijk, The Netherlands), St Andrews University (Scotland), the University of Central Lancashire (Preston, UK).  

Stephane Regnier

Campus Address

Pandon Building



Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Multi-Stranded Coronal Loops: Quantifying Strand Number and Heating Frequency from Simulated Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) Atmospheric Imaging Assembly (AIA) Observations, Williams, T., Walsh, R., Regnier, S., Johnston, C. Jun 2021, In: Solar Physics
  • Correction to: Statistical Analysis of Solar Events Associated with Storm Sudden Commencements over One Year of Solar Maximum During Cycle 23: Propagation from the Sun to the Earth and Effects, Bocchialini, K., Grison, B., Menvielle, M., Chambodut, A., Cornilleau-Wehrlin, N., Fontaine, D., Marchaudon, A., Pick, M., Pitout, F., Schmieder, B., Régnier, S., Zouganelis, I. Apr 2019, In: Solar Physics
  • Damping of Propagating Kink Waves in the Solar Corona, Tiwari, A., Morton, R., Regnier, S., McLaughlin, J. 10 May 2019, In: The Astrophysical Journal
  • In situ generation of coronal Alfvén waves by jets, González-Avilés, J., Guzmán, F., Fedun, V., Verth, G., Sharma, R., Shelyag, S., Regnier, S. 1 Apr 2019, In: Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
  • I. Jet Formation and Evolution due to 3D Magnetic Reconnection, Gonzalez-Aviles, J., Guzman, F., Fedun, V., Verth, G., Shelyag, S., Regnier, S. 5 Apr 2018, In: The Astrophysical Journal
  • Statistical Analysis of Solar Events Associated with Storm Sudden Commencements over one Year of Solar Maximum during Cycle 23: Propagation from the Sun to the Earth and Effects, Bocchialini, K., Grison, B., Menvielle, M., Chambodut, A., Cornilleau-Wehrlin, N., Fontaine, D., Marchaudon, A., Pick, M., Pitout, F., Schmieder, B., Regnier, S., Zouganelis, I. May 2018, In: Solar Physics
  • 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
  • 3D WKB solution for fast magnetoacoustic wave behaviour around an X-line, McLaughlin, J., Botha, G., Regnier, S., Spoors, D. 22 Jun 2016, In: Astronomy & Astrophysics
  • A new approach to the maser emission in the solar corona, Regnier, S. Sep 2015, In: Astronomy & Astrophysics
  • Chromospheric seismology above sunspot umbrae, Snow, B., Botha, G., Regnier, S. Aug 2015, In: Astronomy & Astrophysics

Professional Activity

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Oral presentation: Statistics of nanoflares in quiet-Sun magnetic fields: tangential discontinuities 2019
  • Invited talk: The Sun's magnetic fields 2019
  • Oral presentation: Heating coronal loops by nanoflares: testing Klimchuk's hypothesis 2019
  • Oral presentation: Statistics of nano- and micro-flares in active region magnetic fields 2019
  • Invited talk: The Solar Corona 2019
  • Participating in a conference, workshop, ...: RAS specialist meeting 2019
  • Participating in a conference, workshop, ...: Solar Mission Forum 2019

PGR Supervision

Autumn Rolling Start Date: 01/02/2016

Qualifications

  • Physics PhD September 01 2014
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2016
  • Fellow Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) 2014
  • Member American Astronomical Society (AAS) 2014


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