His primary areas of study are Geophysics, Magnetosphere, Computational physics, Solar wind and Substorm. His Geophysics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Plasma sheet, Astrophysics, Amplitude, Excited state and Magnetic reconnection. His research integrates issues of Geomagnetic storm, Ionosphere and Atomic physics in his study of Magnetosphere.
His study in Computational physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Van Allen radiation belt and Ultra low frequency. His work deals with themes such as Range and Space weather, which intersect with Solar wind. While the research belongs to areas of Substorm, Qiugang Zong spends his time largely on the problem of Current sheet, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Classical mechanics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geophysics, Magnetosphere, Computational physics, Solar wind and Electron. His studies in Geophysics integrate themes in fields like Plasma, Geomagnetic storm, Plasma sheet, Interplanetary magnetic field and Substorm. He interconnects Ionosphere, Astrophysics, Atomic physics and Interplanetary spaceflight in the investigation of issues within Magnetosphere.
The Computational physics study combines topics in areas such as Spacecraft, Ultra low frequency, Pitch angle, Field line and Space physics. In his study, Storm is strongly linked to Atmospheric sciences, which falls under the umbrella field of Solar wind. Within one scientific family, Qiugang Zong focuses on topics pertaining to Van Allen radiation belt under Electron, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Plasmasphere.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Electron, Magnetosphere, Computational physics, Atomic physics and Solar wind. His Electron research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Van Allen radiation belt, Convection, Molecular physics and Interplanetary spaceflight. His studies deal with areas such as Ionosphere, Astronomy, Geophysics, Earth and Astrobiology as well as Magnetosphere.
His work carried out in the field of Geophysics brings together such families of science as Geomagnetic storm, Arc and Plasma sheet. He has researched Computational physics in several fields, including Magnetopause, Electron spectrometer, Particle acceleration, Spacecraft and Ring current. His Solar wind research incorporates themes from Dynamic pressure and Magnetic reconnection.
Qiugang Zong spends much of his time researching Electron, Computational physics, Magnetosphere, Atomic physics and Van Allen radiation belt. His Electron research incorporates elements of Molecular physics, Astrophysics and Interplanetary spaceflight. His Astrophysics course of study focuses on Substorm and Geosynchronous orbit.
He combines subjects such as Magnetopause, Scale, Particle acceleration and Proton with his study of Computational physics. His Magnetosphere study incorporates themes from Surface wave and Ionosphere, Geophysics. In his research, Anisotropy and Perpendicular is intimately related to Plasma sheet, which falls under the overarching field of Geophysics.
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Energetic electron response to ULF waves induced by interplanetary shocks in the outer radiation belt
Q.-G. Zong;Q.-G. Zong;X.-Z. Zhou;X.-Z. Zhou;Y. F. Wang;X. Li.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2009)
Ultralow frequency modulation of energetic particles in the dayside magnetosphere
Q.-G. Zong;Q.-G. Zong;X.-Z. Zhou;X.-Z. Zhou;X. Li;P. Song.
Geophysical Research Letters (2007)
First results from the RAPID imaging energetic particle spectrometer on board Cluster
B. Wilken;P. W. Daly;U. Mall;K. Aarsnes.
Annales Geophysicae (2001)
Joint observations by Cluster satellites of bursty bulk flows in the magnetotail
J. B. Cao;Y. D Ma;G. Parks;H. Reme.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
Cluster observations of earthward flowing plasmoid in the tail
Q.-G. Zong;T. A. Fritz;Z. Y. Pu;S. Y. Fu.
Geophysical Research Letters (2004)
In situ evidence for the structure of the magnetic null in a 3D reconnection event in the Earth's magnetotail
C. J. Xiao;X. G. Wang;Z. Y. Pu;H. Zhao.
Nature Physics (2006)
Dimensional analysis of observed structures using multipoint magnetic field measurements: Application to Cluster
Q. Q. Shi;C. Shen;Z. Y. Pu;M. W. Dunlop.
Geophysical Research Letters (2005)
Correlation between the inner edge of outer radiation belt electrons and the innermost plasmapause location
Xinlin Li;Xinlin Li;D. N. Baker;T. P. O'Brien;L. Xie.
Geophysical Research Letters (2006)
Motion of observed structures calculated from multi‐point magnetic field measurements: Application to Cluster
Q. Q. Shi;C. Shen;M. W. Dunlop;Z. Y. Pu.
Geophysical Research Letters (2006)
Satellite observations of separator-line geometry of three-dimensional magnetic reconnection
C. J. Xiao;X. G. Wang;X. G. Wang;Z. Y. Pu;Z. W. Ma;Z. W. Ma.
Nature Physics (2007)
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