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Jason Jackiewicz

Associate Professor NMSUAstronomy
575.646.1699 ADS Publications

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Biographical Info

Research

Dr. Jackiewicz is a researcher in the field of solar and stellar physics. He studies helioseismology, which involves using solar surface oscillations (sunquakes) to probe the Sun and determine its internal structure and dynamics. His work employs a combination of high-resolution observations, local helioseismology techniques, large-scale numerical simulations, and quantitative analysis of synoptic maps of subsurface solar properties. His primary goals are to address the root causes of solar magnetic activity and quantitatively establish physical relationships between subsurface properties and the magnetic activity observed in the solar chromosphere and corona. He is currently studying the meridional flows in the solar convection zone.

He also works in stellar seismology and is a member of the Kepler Asteroseismic Science Consortium and the APOKASC team.

Finally, he is helping lead a project to measure oscillations on Jupiter with a newly constructed doppler imager.

Recent graduates:

  • Meredith Rawls (1), PhD, 2016. “Red-giants in Eclipsing Binaries as Benchmarks for Asteroseismology.”
  • Kyle DeGrave (1), PhD, 2015. “Time-Distance Helioseismology: Testing the State-of-the-Art for Investigating the Structure of Sunspots and Supergranulation.”
  • Michael Kirk (1), PhD, 2013. “The Anatomy of Chromospheric Flares and Associated Ephemeral Brightenings.”
Teaching

Fall 2016: ASTR110G and ASTR301V
Spring 2016: ASTR110G and ASTR301V
Fall 2015: ASTR 565: Stellar Structure and Evolution

Selected recent publications (student authors denoted by *):

ADS publications

Helioseismic Investigation of Modeled and Observed Supergranule Structure
K. DeGrave* and J. Jackiewicz. Solar Physics (2015).

Meridional Flow in the Solar Convection Zone. II. Helioseismic Inversions of GONG Data
J. Jackiewicz, A. Serebryanskiy, S. Kholikov. Astrophysical Journal (2015).

Superfluid amplitude fluctuations above Tc in a unitary Fermi gas
H. Li, J. Jackiewicz, K. Bedell. Physical Review B (2015).

Results of a Search for gamma Dor and delta Sct Stars With the Kepler Spacecraft
P. Bradley, J. Guzik, L. Miles, K. Uytterhoeven, J. Jackiewicz, K. Kinemuchi. Astronomical Journal (2015).

Qualities of Sequential Chromospheric Brightenings Observed in Halpha and UV Images
M. Kirk*, K.S. Balasubramaniam, J. Jackiewicz, R.T.J. McAteer. Astrophysical Journal (2014).

Time-distance Helioseismology of Two Realistic Sunspot Simulations
K. DeGrave*, J. Jackiewicz, M. Rempel. Astrophysical Journal (2014).

Meridional Flow in the Solar Convection Zone. I. Measurements from GONG Data
S. Kholikov, A. Serebryanskiy, J. Jackiewicz,. Astrophysical Journal (2014).

Validating Time-Distance Helioseismology with Realistic Quiet-Sun Simulations
K. DeGrave*, J. Jackiewicz, M. Rempel. Astrophysical Journal (2014).

Surface Activity and Oscillation Amplitudes of Red Giants in Eclipsing Binaries
P. Gaulme, J. Jackiewicz, T. Appourchaux, B. Mosser. Astrophysical Journal (2014).

Red Giants in Eclipsing Binary and Multiple-Star Systems: Modeling and Asteroseismic Analysis of 70 Candidates from Kepler Data
P. Gaulme, J. McKeever*, M. Rawls*, J. Jackiewicz, B. Mosser, J. Guzik. Astrophysical Journal (2013).

Solar H-alpha Oscillations from Intensity and Doppler Observations
J. Jackiewicz and K.S. Balasubramaniam, Astrophysical Journal, 765, (2013).

Forward and inverse modeling for jovian seismology
J. Jackiewicz, N. Nettelmann, M. Marley, J. Fortney, Icarus, 220, 844 (2012).

 

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