Frederick M. Walter

Frederick M. Walter

Stony Brook University
Physics-Astronomy Dept
Stony Brook NY 11794-3800
New York (NY)
United States

Phone: +1 631 632 8232
Email: FrederickWalterstonybrookedu
Organization website: http://www.stonybrook.edu/

NCA adherence: United States

Last updated:
July 19, 2018

IAU Status

Active Member

Affiliation(s) within the IAU

Past affiliation(s) within the IAU

  • Past Member of Division IV Stars (until 2012)
  • Past Member of Commission 36 Theory of Stellar Atmospheres (until 2015)

Areas of interest

1 - General: 1.6 - Astronomy Education, 1.8 - Communicating Astronomy with the Public
6 - The Sun: 6.2 - Sun: activity, 6.6 - Sun: coronal mass ejections (CMEs), 6.10 - Sun: flares, 6.24 - Sun: solar-terrestrial relations, 6.26 - Sun: sunspots
7 - Planetary systems: 7.11 - Protoplanetary disks, 7.14 - Exoplanets
8 - Stars: 8.3 - Stars: chromospheres, 8.6 - Stars: brown dwarfs, 8.8 - Stars: coronae, 8.26 - Stars: novae, cataclysmic variables, 8.30 - Stars: pre-main sequence
9 - Interstellar medium (ISM), nebulae: 9.6 - ISM: dust, extinction
10 - The Galaxy: 10.15 - Galaxy: open clusters and associations

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