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Hsiang-Yi Karen Yang
Title: Post-Doctoral Associate (Einstein Fellow)
Room: PSC 1122
Phone: (301) 405-6830
Dr. Yang is currently an Einstein Fellow at University of Maryland. Her research is concerned with using numerical simulations to investigate how the combined effects of shocks, radiative cooling, feedback from active galactic nuclei (AGN), magnetic fields, and cosmic rays (CRs) influence the observable properties of galaxies and galaxy clusters. She has been studying cluster cosmology, AGN accretion and feedback, the role of CRs in galaxies and galaxy clusters, and theoretical modeling of the Fermi bubbles. Her recent works have helped to reveal some of the mysteries about the origin of the Fermi bubbles, CR-driven galactic winds, and cooling-flow problem in galaxy clusters.
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