Chang,Yuan-Hann / Distinguished Research Fellow

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Contact Information

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886-2-2789-6727

changy [at] gate.sinica.edu.tw

Education

  • Ph.D. in Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, U.S.A.

Secretary

Liu, Tsui-Shya / 886-2-2789-6777

Research Interest

  • High Energy Physics Experiments

Experience

  • Postdoctoral Researcher, Laboratory for Nuclear Science Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1990/07~1992/06)
  • Researcher, Laboratory for Nuclear Sciecen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1992/07~1994/01)
  • Assoc. Professor, NCU Dept. of Physics (1994/02~1999/07)
  • Department Chairman, NCU Dept. of Physics (2002/9~2007/7)
  • Acting Dean, NCU College of Science (2006~2007)
  • Dean, NCU Office of International Affairs (2011~2013)

Publication

Journal Papers

  • [1]     M. Aguilar et al., AMS Collaboration, 2021, “Properties of heavy secondary fluorine cosmic rays: Results from the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer”, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 126, (2021) 081102..

  • [2]     M. Aguilar et al., AMS Collaboration, 2021, “The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) on the international space station: Part II – Results from the first seven years”, Physics Reports, 894, 1 (2021).

  • [3]     M. Aguilar et al., AMS Collaboration, 2021, “Properties of iron primary cosmic rays: Results from the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer”, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 126, (2021) 041104.

  • [4]     Hsin-Yi Chou, Yuan-Hann Chang, Han-Sheng Li, Yi Yang*, 2020, “A new track fitting algorithm dedicated for handling non-Gaussian detector effects using flexible and parameterized models”, NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH, A 978 (2020) 164446.

  • [5]     M. Aguilar et. al., AMS Collaboration, 2020, “Properties of Neon, Magnesium, and Silicon Primary Cosmic Rays Results from the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer”, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 124, 211102. (SCIE) (IF: 8.385; SCI ranking: 7.1%)

  • [6]     AMS Collaboration, 2019, “Properties of Cosmic Helium Isotopes Measured by the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer”, Phys. Rev. Lett., 123. (SCIE) (IF: 8.385; SCI ranking: 7.1%)

  • [7]     AMS Collaboration, 2019, “Towards Understanding the Origin of Cosmic-Ray Positrons”, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 122. (SCIE) (IF: 8.385; SCI ranking: 7.1%)

  • [8]     M. Aguilar et al., AMS Collaboration, 2018, “Observation of Complex Time Structures in the Cosmic-Ray Electron and Positron Fluxes with the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer on the International Space Station”, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 121, 051102. (SCIE) (IF: 8.385; SCI ranking: 7.1%)

  • [9]     M. Aguilar et al., AMS Collaboration, 2018, “Observation of Fine Time Structures in the Cosmic Proton and Helium Fluxes with the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer on the International Space Station”, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 121, 051101. (SCIE) (IF: 8.385; SCI ranking: 7.1%)

  • [10]     M. Aguilar et al., AMS Collaboration, 2018, “Precision Measurement of Cosmic-Ray Nitrogen and its Primary and Secondary Components with the Alpha Magnetic spectrometer on the International Space Station”, PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 121, 051103. (SCIE) (IF: 8.385; SCI ranking: 7.1%)

  • [11]     M. Aguilar et al., AMS Collaboration, 2018, “Observation of New properties of Secondary Cosmic Rays Lithium, Beryllium, and Boron by the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer on the International space Station”, Phys. Rev. Lett., 120, 021101. (SCIE) (IF: 8.385; SCI ranking: 7.1%)

  • [12]     M. Aguilar et al., AMS Collaboration, 2017, “Observation of the Identical Rigidity Dependence of He, C, and O Cosmic Rays at High Rigidities by the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer on the International Space Station”, Phys. Rev. Lett., PRL 119, 251101. (SCIE) (IF: 8.385; SCI ranking: 7.1%)

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