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    Our Very Special Guest Valentina Zharkova - Grand Solar Minimum Channel GSM Global Cooling


    "Published on Jan 15, 2018 by Grand Solar Minimum

    Jake & Mari Interview Valentina Zharkova.
    Interviewed on Aug 3, 2017 #GSMUPDATE #grandsolarminimum

    We are VERY HONORED to have interviewed Valentina Zharkova

    Valentina Zharkova is a Professor in Mathematics at Northumbria University. She has a BSc/MSc in Applied Mathematics and Astronomy, a Ph.D. in Astrophysics, certificate in project management.

    Valentina Zharkova is a Professor in Mathematics at Northumbria University. She has a BSc/MSc in Applied Mathematics and Astronomy, a Ph.D. in Astrophysics, certificate in project management.

    She graduated from the National University of Kyiv, Ukraine in 1975 with a BSc/M.Sc. first class with distinction degree in Applied Mathematics and Physics (joint honours).

    In 19I75-1978 worked as Junior researcher at Physics and Applied Maths Department, then moved to the Solar Division of the Main Astronomical Observatory, Kyiv, Ukraine for her Ph.D. studies in Applied Mathematics/Solar Theory.

    After successfully defending her thesis in non-LTE radiative transfer entitled “Hydrogen emission in quiescent solar prominences with filamentary structure", she worked at Space Science Laboratory, Physics Department, National University of Kyiv as junior researcher, lecturer/researcher senior lecturer/senior researcher (1978-1994).

    In 1992, she joined the Astronomy Group of Glasgow University as the Senior Royal Society visitor, then a Research Fellow (1993-1999).

    In 2000, she became a Lecturer at the University of Bradford, in 2002.

    She was appointed to a Reader and in 2005 to a Professor in Applied Mathematics. From September 2013 she joined the Northumbria University as a Professor in Mathematics.

    Here are two of the Papers we discuss for her:

    On a role of quadruple component of magnetic field in defining solar activity in grand cycles
    http://computing.unn.ac.uk/staff/slmv...


    Reinforcing the double dynamo model with solar-terrestrial activity in the past three millennia

    https://arxiv.org/pdf/1705.04482.pdf


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