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Institute of Astronomy


I am the Leverhulme/Isaac Newton Fellow at the Institute of Astronomy. My research interest includes multi-wavelength observations of AGN, black hole X-ray transients or any other object that is accreting.

I am also a College Fellow at St Edmund's College and a member of the College's governing body. When I am not in my office, you may also find me teaching Physics 1A supervisions at Robinson College and Christ's College or feasting in Colleges' formal hall dinners.


Key publications: 

My most recent first-author publications

Jiang et al., "The origin of the X-ray emission from the non-starburst gas-rich luminous infrared galaxies Arp 302", MNRAS (2024), 528, 1223

Jiang et al., "Comparing reflection and absorption models for the soft X-ray variability in the NLS1 AGN UGC 11763", MNRAS (2022), 516, 4256

Jiang et al., "Black hole spin measurements based on a thin disc model with finite thickness – I. An example study of MCG−06-30-15", MNRAS (2022), 514, 3256

Jiang et al., "A NuSTAR and Swift view of the hard state of MAXI J1813−095", MNRAS (2022), 514, 1952

Jiang et al., "XMM–Newton observations of the narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy IRAS 13224−3809: X-ray spectral analysis II", MNRAS (2022), 514, 1107

Other publications: 

Recent publications by my students

Liu, Jiang et al., "High-density Reflection Spectroscopy of Black Hole X-Ray Binaries in the Hard State", ApJ (2023), 915, 145

Yu, Jiang et al., "An XMM–Newton study of six narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxies at z  = 0.35–0.92", MNRAS (2023), 522, 5456

Zhang, Jiang et al., "The Low-temperature Corona in ESO 511−G030 Revealed by NuSTAR and XMM-Newton", ApJ (2023), 949, 4

Liu, Jiang et al., "Rapidly alternating flux states of GX 339–4 during its 2021 outburst captured by Insight–HXMT", MNRAS (2022), 513, 4308

Griffiths, Jiang et al., "Modeling the Multiwavelength Variability of Mrk 335 Using Gaussian Processes", ApJ (2021), 941, 144

Teaching and Supervisions


I am teaching and chairing the postgraduate student presentation practice session at the Institute of Astronomy.

In addition, I am teaching Physics 1A (first-year undergraduate Physics) supervision lectures at multiple colleges. You may access my problem sheets and lecture notes via the following link.

Physics 1A

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