Haiyan Zhang

Positions: Professor
Academic Title: Professor
Mailing Address: Haiyan Zhang
Education and Career History

1996, BS, Beijing Normal University, China

2001, PhD, Beijing Normal University, China

2001-2003, Assistant Researcher, National Astronomical Observatories of CAS, China

2003-2008, Associate Researcher, National Astronomical Observatories of CAS, China

2008- present, Researcher, National Astronomical Observatories of CAS, China
Research Fields
Radio Astronomy, Very Long Baseline Interferometry, electromagnetic compatibility of radio telescope, radio interference mitigation.
Due to the high sensitivity of radio telescope, EMC design for Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST) -- the largest single dish radio telescope, has been carried out. Meanwhile, RFI mitigation technology has been studied to decrease the interference to FAST efficiently. One scientific target of FAST is to study radio sources with high angular resolution. The scientific and technical preparation of FAST VLBI observation is ongoing.
Selected Publication

Super Bowl, Nature Astronomy, Rendong Nan, Haiyan Zhang, 2017, 1, 0012

A Study of Evaluation on Radio Interference of FAST Visitor’s Electronic Devices, Astronomical Research & Technology, Huang Shijie, Zhang Haiyan, Gan Henqian, Yue youling, Hu Hao, Song Jinyou, 2017, 14(2)268

EMC Design for FAST, Haiyan Zhang, Rendong Nan, Hengqian Gan, Youling Yue, Jinghai Sun, Mingchang Wu, Zhiwei Zhang, Keke Si, Hao Hu, Jinyou Song, Shijie Huang,Chengjin Jin, Caihong Sun, Bo Peng, Ming Zhu, 2016 URSI Asia-Pacific Radio Science Conference (URSI AP-RASC 2016)

The Five-Hundred Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (fast) Project, Rendong Nan, Di Li, Chengjin Jin, Qiming Wang, Lichun Zhu, Wenbai Zhu, Haiyan Zhang, Youling Yue, Lei Qian, 2011, IJMPD, 20, 989

The VLBI Polarization Properties of the Compact Steep-spectrum Source 1150+497, Jingwu Qi, Haiyan Zhang, Rendong Nan, 2009, ChA&A, 33, 251

Parsec-scale rotation-measure distribution in the quasar 3C 147 at 8 GHz, Zhang, H. Y.; Gabuzda, D. C.; Nan, R. D.; Jin, C. J., 2004, A&A, 415, 477

New observation of CO(1-0) line emission in planetary nebulae, Haiyan Zhang, Jin Sun, Jinsong Ping2000AcASn, 41, 23

Near-infrared photometry and analysis of SiO maser stars, Jin Sun, Haiyan Zhang, 1998, ChA&A, 22, 442