Curriculum Vitae

Education and Employment:

2013-today         Senior Staff member of the Solar and heliosphere Department at MPS

2009-2013          Tenure track position at the Solar and heliosphere Department at MPS

2003-2009          Post-doctoral position at the Solar and heliosphere Department at MPS

2001-2002          Post-doctoral position at Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri, Italy

1997-2000          PhD at Armagh Observatory/Queen’s University of Belfast, UK

1997                   Laurea in Fisica (Physics Degree), University of Catania, Italy.

Research Interests:

My research interest is in the field of Solar physics. In particular in the study of transition region and coronal dynamics and energetics from VUV spectroscopy and VUV and Soft-X imaging.
In the last 10 years I have been increasingly involved in the conceptual development, proposition, realization and operation of VUV spectroscopic and imaging instrumentation. I have been contributing to the EUI and SPICE (Co-I level) and Metis (Co-PI level) instruments aboard the Solar orbiter mission of ESA launched in 2020.  Currently, I am involved in the realization of the EUVST spectrograph for the 
 Solar-C mission of JAXA for which I lead the German contribution to the mission.

Selected Publications: among more than 200 publications with 105 in refereed journals

1.       "Imaging and spectroscopic observations of extreme-ultraviolet brightenings using EUI and SPICE on board Solar Orbiter". Z. Huang, L. Teriaca, R. Aznar Cuadrado et al, 2023, A&A 673, 82 

2.       "The Solar Orbiter SPICE instrument: An extreme UV imaging spectrometer". SPICE Consortium, 2020, A&A 642, A14

3.       "Metis: the Solar Orbiter visible light and ultraviolet coronal imager". E. Antonucci et al., 2020, A&A 642, A10

4.       "The Solar Orbiter EUI instrument: The Extreme Ultraviolet Imager". P. Rochus et al., 2020, A&A 642, A8

5.        “Spectroscopic Observations of Fe XVIII in Solar Active Regions”. L. Teriaca, H.P. Warren, W. Curdt, 2012, ApJ 754, L40

6.       “LEMUR: Large European module for solar Ultraviolet Research. European contribution to JAXA's Solar-C mission”. L. Teriaca, V. Andretta, F. Auchère et al, 2012, Experimental Astronomy 34, 273

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