Tide and magnetic field of star, exoplanet and exomoon

I will report on my recent projects about tide and magnetic field of celestial bodies such as star, exoplanet and exomoon. The projects are as follows. (1) stellar magnetic dynamo: field-rotation relation in anisotropic rotating turbulence; (2) stellar oblique rotator: why solar radiative zone is in uniform rotation; (3) stellar wave transmission: can internal waves transmit at the interface of radiative and convective zones; (4) magnetic tide: ohmic dissipation needs to be taken into account for orbital evolution; (5) tidal resonance: the resonance of tidal wave and orbital motion; (6) exoplanet's inflation: radius anomaly of hot Jupiters; (7) exomoon's retention: where to detect exomoons.

Xing Wei (BNU)
Xuebing WU
Thursday, March 28, 2024 - 3:30PM to Thursday, March 28, 2024 - 4:30PM
Xing Wei is professor at BNU. He studied BS at Tsinghua and PhD at Cambridge then worked at ETH, Gottingen, Princeton and SJTU before joining BNU.