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Department of Physics

Lee, Jeongwoo

Contact Info
Title: Research Professor
Email: jeongwoo.lee@njit.edu
Office: 403 Tiernan
Hours: Mon 2 - 5 pm
Phone: 973-596-2462
Dept: Physics
Webpage: http://solar.njit.edu/~leej

About Me

Dr. Jeongwoo Lee (JL) is working at the Center for Solar and Terrestrial Research in NJIT as a research professor. JL is best known to American Solar Physics community for his colorful picture illustrating how solar microwave maps are related to the 3D coronal magnetic field above solar active regions. JL´s current interest lies in solar radio bursts as a way of diagnosing high-energy electrons in 10 keV to several MeV, or learning some exotic radiation mechanisms. JL has never been a terrific solar observer, but nonetheless written a package of Solar Microwave Imaging Software for use with the interferrometric data obtained with Owens Valley Solar Array. JL is currently working hard in order to participate in a nation-wide project to build the Frequency-Agile Solar Radiotelescope, which might help him to have a better solar observation. 


Courses I Teach

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Lecture Notes

  • PH 641 Statistical Mechanics
  • PH 777 Plasma Physics and Magneto-Hydrodynamics
  • PH 625 Mathematical Physics

Research Interests

I have built my research career in various topics of solar physics including solar MHD theory, radiative transfer, and magnetic field measurement. With my thesis work, however, I have mainly involved with solar radio physics, on which my current research interests and activities are also focused. Since this field requires a serious involvement with the instrument and processing, I found it easy to summarize my research interests according to specific instruments.

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Selected Publications

Solar Microwave Bursts from A Kinetic Viewpoint; Lee, J., Bong, S-C., & Yun, H. S. (2003) J. of the Korean Astronomical Society, in press

Ha, EUV, and Microwave Observations of the 2000 March 22 Solar Flare and Spontaneous Magnetic Reconnection; Lee, J., Gallagher, P. T., Gary, D.E., Nita, G.M., Choe, G.S., Bong, S., Yun, H.S. (2003) Astrophysical Journal, v. 585, 524

A Periodic Motion Along a Solar Filament Initiated by a Subflare; Jing, J., Lee, J., Spirock, T., Xu, Y., Wang, H, Choe, G.S. (2003) Astrophysical Journal Letters, in press

Transport of High Energy Electrons During the 1999 August 20 Flare Inferred from Microwave and Hard X-Ray Observations; Lee, J., Qiu, J., Gary, D. E., Gallagher, P. T. (2002) Astrophysical Journal, v. 572, p. 609

Motion of Flare Footpoint Emission and Inferred Electric Field in Reconnecting Current Sheets; Qiu, J. Lee, J., Gary, D. E., Wang, H. (2002) Astrophysical Journal, v. 565, p. 1335

The EUV Structure and Properties of a Newly Emerged Active Region; Gallagher, P. T., Phillips, K. J. H., Lee, J., Keenan, F. P., Pinfield, D. J. (2001) Astrophysical Journal, v. 558, p. 411

Solar Microwave Bursts and Injection Pitch Angle Distribution of Flare Electrons, Lee J., Gary, D. E.(2000) Astrophysical Journal, v. 543, p. 457

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