Short CV/Education and training

Education:

  • 1993 – 1997
    Master in Mathematics (Option Astronomy and Mathematical Physics), KULeuven (Belgium)

  • 1997
    Teaching Qualification, KULeuven (Belgium)

  • 1997 – 2001
    PhD Solar Theory, University of St Andrews (Scotland)

Appointments:

  • 2001
    Jul – Sept, Postdoc, University of St Andrews

  • 2001 – 2004
    PPARC Postdoctoral Fellow, University of St Andrews

  • 2004 – 2013
    Royal Society University Research Fellow, University of St Andrews

  • 2008 – 2013
    Reader in Applied Maths, University of St Andrews

  • Since 2013
    Affiliate Scientist, High Altitude Observatory Boulder (US)

  • Since 2013
    Professor in Applied Maths, University of St Andrews

Selected publications

  • De Moortel, I., Ireland, J., Walsh, R.W., "Observation of oscillations in coronal loops", Astronomy & Astrophysics 355, L23 (2000)

  • De Moortel, I., Ireland, J., Hood, A.W., Walsh, R.W., "The detection of 3 & 5 minute period oscillations in coronal loops", Astronomy & Astrophysics 387, L13 (2002)

  • De Moortel, I., Ireland, J., Walsh, R.W., Hood, A.W., "Longitudinal oscillations in coronal loops observed with TRACE: I. Overview of measured parameters.", Solar Physics 209, 61 (2002)

  • De Pontieu, B., Erdelyi, R., De Moortel, I.,"How to Channel Photospheric Oscillations into the Corona", Astrophysical Journal 624, L61 (2005)

  • De Moortel, I., Nakariakov, V.M, "Magnetohydrodynamic waves and coronal seismology: an overview of recent results", Phil Trans A 370, 3193-3216 (2012)



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Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (UK)

  • Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society (UK)

  • Member European Physical Society (EPS)

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