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Dr. Satoshi INOUE

                               Center for Solar-Terrestrial Research,

                                 New Jersey Institute of Technology 

                Address :   323 Martin Luther King Blvd. Newark, NJ 07103-3537, USA

                E-mai      :  Satoshi.Inoue at  (at->@ )   
                Office    :  Tiernan Hall 423C,  TEL :  973-642-4059

This is Dr. Satoshi Inoue's Web Site. I study solar plasma physics. My primarily interests are numerical modelings of the solar coronal magnetic fields, solar flares and CMEs, and nonlinear magnetohydrodynamics of solar plasma, and also astronomical plasma. I received Ph.D. degree from Hiroshime University. After experiences of several years in Japan, Korea and Germany, I am leading Solar MHD Group at Center for Solar-Terrestrial Research (CSTR), New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)

as an assistant professor of Physics Department. 

​If you are interested in working with me as a graduate student, please feel free to contact me ! 

​Prof. Gauss and prof. Weber@ Göttingen, Germany

​Discussion? with drinking!


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                                    Recent Activities


January 2023【New member!】

 Mr. Jaiman Parekh, who is a freshman of NJIT, joins our team.

Welcome to Solar MHD Group. We start the new semester with 

two research staffs, one graduate student, and two undergraduate 



October 2022【Collaborates visit!】

 Dr. Yusuke Kawabata  stayed at NJIT for two weeks to work with Dr. Inoue on data-driven MHD simulation. Dr. Keiji Hayashi also visited NJIT for a day to join our discussion. We had a nice discussion for current study and future collaboration. Next day,  we visited New York City and enjoyed there.

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Sept. 1 2022【New members have joined!】

 New member, Dr. Nian Liu, Ms. Arpita Roddanavar join Solar MHD 

​Group, NJIT. Please see member list. Welcome to Nian, Arpita, We are looking forward to ​working with you!


June-July 2022【Participation in SHINE meeting】

Dr. Inoue participated in SHINE meeting held in Honolulu, Hawaii. 

He gave a presentation on results of data-driven MHD simulation and

discussed with colleagues in solar physics communities. Hawaii is very nice place but it is so far from east cost of United States...

  Recent Research Activities


【Paper published by ApJ (Inoue et al.) 】(March 2023)

Our latest paper "An Evolution and Eruption of the Coronal Magnetic Field through a Data-driven MHD Simulation" (by S. Inoue, K. Hayashi, & T. Miyoshi) has been accepted from The Astrophysical Journal.  We developed a new data-driven MHD simulation code and tested the performance using the ground-truth data that cover the energy storage and release process of the solar coronal magnetic field.  We confirmed that our new code produced the ground-truth data well! 


【Research published from ApJ Letter (Inoue et al.) 】(Feb. 2023)

A paper "A Comparative Study of Solar Active Region 12371 with Data-constrained and Data-driven Magnetohydrodynamic Simulation" (by S. Inoue, K. Hayashi, J. Jing, & H. Wang) was published from The Astrophysical Journal Letters. 



【Research published from ApJ (Yamasaki et al.) 】(June 20 2022)

Our group paper "A Data-constrained Magnetohydrodynamic Simulation of the X1.0 Solar Flare of 2021 October 28" (by D. Yamasaki, S. Inoue, Y. Bamba, J. Lee, & H. Wang) has been published from The Astrophysical Journal.  Congratulations Daiki, and thank you very much for your effort! 


  Research Heilights


Dr. Inoue received the prestigious Faculty

Early Career Development (CAREER) Award

from the National Science Foundation. The team (PI, Postdoc researcher, Graduate student) engages in novel data-based MHD simulation of solar eruptions. This project started from February  1 2022 and will run for 5 years. Read more...


Kusano, K., Ijyu, T., Bamba, Y., &

Inoue, S​2020, Science 

Inoue, S., Kusano, K., Buchner, J., & Skala, J.  2018

Nature Communications.

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