Ka Ho Yuen, Ph.D., Astrophysicist
Oppenheimer Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow @ Los Alamos National Lab

kyuen [at] lanl.gov

Research Interest: MHD turbulence (theoretical/statistical methods, numerical simulations) and ISM physics.

Notable Research Items: 

Figure 1: Ka Ho himself. 
(Photo credits: LANL)

Recent Talks, Events and News (2022+ only, see full CV for <=2021)

Dec 10-15, 2023, AGU Fall Meeting 2023

Nov 15, 2023, Our paper "Satellite Observations of Weak to Strong Transition in Alfvenic Turbulence" (arXiv:2301:06709) has been accepted by Nature Astronomy for publication. Congratulations!

--- Past events ---

Oct 30-Nov 04, 2023, APS DPP 2023 (Talks on our new paper and ISM, also @ Invited Session Chair JI01)

Jun 26-30, 2023: Invited talk from ASTRONNUM

Jun 04-08, 2023: Contributed talk @ AAS242

May 22-26, 2023: Invited talk from MMF2023

May 22, 2023:  Special visit to UC Berkeley

May 08-12, 2023:  Invited visit to U Delaware

Mar 28, 2023: Invited seminar from DESY

Nov 04, 2022: Invited talk from 20th Annual International Astrophysics Conference [ppt]

Oct 20, 2022: Contributed talk in 65th APS DPP [ppt]

Oct 14, 2022: Invited Tropical Planetary talk from AAPPS-DPP 2022 [ppt] on UNM Science

Sept 22, 2022: Invited seminar talk from T-2 Seminar, LANL [ppt] on Velocity Gradient Technique

Sept 20, 2022: Invited seminar talk from AMT2022 [ppt] on Differential Measure Analysis

Aug 01-04, 2022: Contributed talk in 33rd IUPAP Conference on Computational Physics on UNM Science

May 23-27, 2022: The Midwest Magnetic Field Workshop 2022 has been successfully organized. Thanks for all cohosts.

May 04, 2022: Check the VGT code here: https://github.com/kyuen2/khyuen-VGT

Apr 30, 2022: The department's news on my recent award: http://www.astro.wisc.edu/news-events/news/ka-ho-yuen-named-oppenheimer-distinguished-postdoc-fellow/. See also from Graduate School of UW Madison:

Apr 25, 2022: The Midwest Magnetic Field Workshop 2022 is now open for registration. Click here for more details.

Jan 07, 2022: Invited seminar talk in Carnegie [ppt] on both VGT and DMA.