Oscar Olmedo, Ph.D.

2011 George Mason University, Washington, DC 
Astrophysics Physics
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Jie Zhang grad student 2011 George Mason
 (A Study of the Initiation Process of Coronal Mass Ejections and the Tool for Their Auto-Detection.)
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Kwon R, Zhang J, Olmedo O. (2014) New Insights into the Physical Nature of Coronal Mass Ejections and Associated Shock Waves within the Framework of the Three-dimensional Structure The Astrophysical Journal. 794: 148
Cheng X, Zhang J, Ding MD, et al. (2013) Investigating Two Successive Flux Rope Eruptions in a Solar Active Region The Astrophysical Journal. 769
Olmedo O, Zhang J, Kunkel V. (2013) Lorentz Self-Force Of An Ellipse Current Loop Model The Astrophysical Journal. 771: 125
Kwon RY, Ofman L, Olmedo O, et al. (2013) Stereo observations of fast magnetosonic waves in the extended solar corona associated with EIT/EUV waves Astrophysical Journal. 766
Cheng X, Zhang J, Olmedo O, et al. (2012) Investigation of the formation and separation of an extreme-ultraviolet wave from the expansion of a coronal mass ejection Astrophysical Journal Letters. 745
Poomvises W, Gopalswamy N, Yashiro S, et al. (2012) Determination of the heliospheric radial magnetic field from the standoff distance of a CME-driven shock observed by the stereo spacecraft Astrophysical Journal. 758
Olmedo O, Vourlidas A, Zhang J, et al. (2012) Secondary waves and/or the "reflection" from and "transmission" through a coronal hole of an extreme ultraviolet wave associated with the 2011 February 15 X2.2 flare observed with SDO/AIA and stereo/EUVI Astrophysical Journal. 756
Poomvises W, Zhang J, Olmedo O. (2010) Coronal Mass Ejection Propagation and Expansion in Three-dimensional Space in the Heliosphere Based on Stereo/SECCHI Observations The Astrophysical Journal. 717
Olmedo O, Zhang J. (2010) Partial Torus Instability The Astrophysical Journal. 718: 433-440
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