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Associate Professor    Shimojo, Masumi

Research Field

  • Solar Physics

Brief Introduction of Research

  • To understand the energy release process caused by the magnetic energy, I investigate the active phenomena in solar atmosphere using multi-wavelength observing data.
    Especially, I am interesting in the phenomena that are associated with jets and eruptions.
    For my research, I use the X-ray and optical data obtained by Hinode and the microwave data obtained by Nobeyama Heliograph.
    The multi-wavelength data analysis is essential for the studies of solar physics.
    Recently, I joined to ALMA project, I am working on developing the solar observations by ALMA.

Main Research Achievements

  • Shimojo, M., Bastian, T., Halse, A., et al., "Observing the Sun with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA): High-Resolution Interferometric Imaging”, 2017, Solar Phys., 292, 87
  • Shimojo, M., Narukage, N., Kano, R., et al., "Fine Structures of Solar X-Ray Jets Observed with the X-Ray Telescope aboard Hinode”, 2007, Publ. Astro. Soc. Japan, 59, S745
  • Shimojo, M.,Yokoyama, T., Asai, A., et al., “One Solar-Cycle Observations of Prominence Activities Using the Nobeyama Radioheliograph 1992-2004” 2006, Publ. Astro. Soc. Japan, 58, 85
  • Shimojo, M., Shibata, K., "Physical Parameters of Solar X-ray Jets", 2000, Astrophysical Journal, 542, 1100
  • Shimojo, M., Shibata, K., Harvey, K. L., "Magnetic Field Properties of Solar X-Ray Jets", 1998, Solar Physics, 178, 379
  • Shimojo, M., Hashimoto, S., Shibata, K. et al., "Statistical Study of Solar X-Ray Jets Observed with the YOHKOH Soft X-Ray Telescope", 1996, Publ. Astro. Soc. Japan , 48, 123

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