Yukun Huang 黄宇坤
Dept. Physics & Astronomy, UBC
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1, Canada
I’m a PhD candidate at UBC Dept. Physics & Astronomy, working with Prof. Brett Gladman. I work on a variety of interesting topics in dynamical astronomy, such as the the dynamics of retrograde resonances, Earth–Mars belt, the Kuiper belt, and the formation and dynamical evolution of the Solar System.
I graduated with distinction from Tsinghua University in 2019 with a Master’s degree in Aerospace science. I finished my undergraduate study in 2016 at Harbin Institute of Technology.
I’m a CSC doctoral scholar and a Leong scholar. You can find me in other places like Google Scholar, ADS.
|May 7, 2023||🚀 Download videos from my DDA 2023 talk (Power Law) and Brett Gladman’s talk (Rogue-Sim-1 and Rogue-Sim-2)|
|Oct 7, 2022||DPS 2022 talks by me on Rogue Planet and Matthew Beaudoin’s on our work about detached Kuiper Belt.|
|Sep 21, 2022||
My first paper on the Rogue Planet hypothesis is accepted for ApJL and out on arXiv.
Download the associated animated movies: ref_sim(fig1) and rogue_sim(fig2)