About Professor Michael Wheatland

Michael Wheatland is a theoretical/computational physicist whose research is mostly in the area of solar astrophysics. He has worked on problems in solar flare physics, the understanding of flare statistics (including applying Bayesian statistical methods to flare prediction), the modelling of coronal magnetic fields, solar-terrestrial relations, and solar activity in general.

Professor Wheatland is a researcher in the School of Physics

For more information about Professor Wheatland, refer to his Academic Profile Online.