Matthew K. Browning, Ph.D.

2005 University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
Astronomy and Astrophysics
"Matthew Browning"
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Juri Toomre grad student 2005 CU Boulder
 (Convection and dynamos in stars, and aspects of the interstellar medium.)
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Käpylä PJ, Browning MK, Brun AS, et al. (2023) Simulations of Solar and Stellar Dynamos and Their Theoretical Interpretation. Space Science Reviews. 219: 58
Currie LK, Barker AJ, Lithwick Y, et al. (2020) Convection with misaligned gravity and rotation: simulations and rotating mixing length theory Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 493: 5233-5256
Ireland LG, Browning MK. (2018) The Radius and Entropy of a Magnetized, Rotating, Fully Convective Star: Analysis with Depth-dependent Mixing Length Theories The Astrophysical Journal. 856: 132
Brun AS, Browning MK. (2017) Magnetism, dynamo action and the solar-stellar connection. Living Reviews in Solar Physics. 14: 4
Mayne NJ, Debras F, Baraffe I, et al. (2017) Results from a set of three-dimensional numerical experiments of a hot Jupiter atmosphere Astronomy & Astrophysics. 604: A79
Weber MA, Browning MK. (2016) Modeling the rise of fibril magnetic fields in fully convective stars Astrophysical Journal. 827
Browning MK, Weber MA, Chabrier G, et al. (2016) THEORETICAL LIMITS on MAGNETIC FIELD STRENGTHS in LOW-MASS STARS Astrophysical Journal. 818
Weber MA, Browning MK, Boardman S, et al. (2016) The Suppression and Promotion of Magnetic Flux Emergence in Fully Convective Stars Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union. 12: 85-92
Duarte LDV, Wicht J, Browning MK, et al. (2015) Helicity inversion in spherical convection as a means for equatorward dynamo wave propagation Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 456: 1708-1722
Brun AS, Browning MK, Dikpati M, et al. (2015) Recent Advances on Solar Global Magnetism and Variability Space Science Reviews. 196: 101-136
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