2020 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to hyperspectral image acquisition and processing
2014 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For his significant scientific contributions to the understanding of the physical mechanisms of highenergy astrophysical sources, especially the prompt emission and afterglows of cosmological gammaray bursts
Bing Zhang mainly focuses on Astrophysics, Gamma-ray burst, Astronomy, Afterglow and Light curve. His Astrophysics study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Jet. His Gamma-ray burst research integrates issues from Redshift, Spectral line, Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, Gamma ray and Flare.
His study looks at the relationship between Astronomy and topics such as GRB 080916C, which overlap with Photosphere. In Afterglow, Bing Zhang works on issues like Shock, which are connected to Electron and Synchrotron. His research investigates the connection with Light curve and areas like Photon which intersect with concerns in Pair production.
Astrophysics, Gamma-ray burst, Astronomy, Afterglow and Light curve are his primary areas of study. His study in Neutron star, Pulsar, Redshift, Luminosity and Galaxy falls under the purview of Astrophysics. His work deals with themes such as Gravitational wave and Black hole, which intersect with Neutron star.
His Gamma-ray burst research incorporates elements of Jet, Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, Spectral line, Gamma ray and Swift. While the research belongs to areas of Spectral line, Bing Zhang spends his time largely on the problem of Electron, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Synchrotron. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ejecta, X-ray and Flare in addition to Afterglow.
Bing Zhang mostly deals with Astrophysics, Gamma-ray burst, Neutron star, Galaxy and Magnetar. Gravitational wave, Luminosity, Redshift, Afterglow and Fast radio burst are among the areas of Astrophysics where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. His Gamma-ray burst study combines topics in areas such as Spectral line, Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, Synchrotron and Jet.
His Neutron star study also includes fields such as
Bing Zhang spends much of his time researching Astrophysics, Neutron star, Gamma-ray burst, Galaxy and Magnetar. Gravitational wave, Redshift, Luminosity, Fast radio burst and Supernova are the primary areas of interest in his Astrophysics study. His Neutron star research includes elements of Spin-½, Opacity, Magnetosphere, Pulsar and Black hole.
His Gamma-ray burst study is related to the wider topic of Astronomy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Light curve and Telescope. His Magnetar study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Spectral line and Flare.
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Physical processes shaping GRB X-ray afterglow lightcurves: theoretical implications from the Swift XRT observations
Bing Zhang;Y. Z. Fan;Jaroslaw Dyks;Shiho Kobayashi.
arXiv: Astrophysics (2005)
Physical Processes Shaping Gamma-Ray Burst X-Ray Afterglow Light Curves: Theoretical Implications from the Swift X-Ray Telescope Observations
Bing Zhang;Y. Z. Fan;Y. Z. Fan;Jaroslaw Dyks;Shiho Kobayashi;Shiho Kobayashi.
The Astrophysical Journal (2006)
TRIGONOMETRIC PARALLAXES OF MASSIVE STAR-FORMING REGIONS. VI. GALACTIC STRUCTURE, FUNDAMENTAL PARAMETERS, AND NONCIRCULAR MOTIONS
M. J. Reid;K. M. Menten;X. W. Zheng;A. Brunthaler.
The Astrophysical Journal (2009)
The Physics of Gamma-Ray Bursts and Relativistic Jets
Pawan Kumar;Bing Zhang.
arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena (2014)
The association of GRB 060218 with a supernova and the evolution of the shock wave
Sergio Campana;V. Mangano;A.J. Blustin;P. Brown.
Gamma-Ray Bursts: Progress, Problems & Prospects
Bing Zhang;Peter Mészáros.
International Journal of Modern Physics A (2004)
Discovery of the Onset of Rapid Accretion by a Dormant Massive Black Hole
D.N. Burrows;F.E. Marshall;S.T. Holland;M. Eracleous.
The physics of gamma-ray bursts & relativistic jets
Pawan Kumar;Bing Zhang.
Physics Reports (2015)
A short γ-ray burst apparently associated with an elliptical galaxy at redshift z = 0.225
Neil Gehrels;C.L. Sarazin;Paul T. O'Brien;B. Zhang.
The Internal-collision-induced Magnetic Reconnection and Turbulence (ICMART) Model of Gamma-ray Bursts
Bing Zhang;Huirong Yan;Huirong Yan.
The Astrophysical Journal (2011)
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