Planet Formation, Planetary Dynamics, Planetary Winds, Protoplanetary Disks.
Born in New York 1973.
Married to Inn H. Yuk. Son Noah B. Chiang, born in Berkeley 2007.
The Berkeley Astronomy Department has a longstanding tradition of putting together an “Annual Play” every December to celebrate the holiday season. What makes our tradition unusual is that the faculty are held responsible for putting it together every three years (responsibility rotates between the faculty, students, and postdocs in a three-year cycle). I have been involved in writing and acting, and in several years directing, since 2003. I co-wrote and acted in the 2006 play. In 2009, I wrote a scene in which the arXiv server “cron” achieved sentience (“cron” became a recurring character in later years). I wrote, directed, cast, acted, and created the special effects for the 2003 Faculty Play, the 2012 Faculty Play, and the 2015 Faculty Play (the 2015 play was co-written with Aaron Parsons). I especially liked the video clip that I subtitled for the 2015 play .
On the occasion of receiving Berkeley’s Distinguished Teaching Award with the most excellent Astro 7B class of Spring 2014:
Eugene’s Chiang CV
Fall 14, Spring 06/09: For graduate students. Learn the art of estimating everyday quantities to within a factor of 10. Material properties, fluid mechanics, waves and sound, human physical performance, pop culture (e.g., Lady Gaga and Proposition 13).
Spring 13/14/15/16/17: For undergraduates, geared toward those seeking to double major in physics and astronomy. Continues the survey of modern astrophysics begun in 7A, applying elementary physics to the understanding of astronomical objects. Tides, accretion disks, black holes, gravitational lensing, superluminal motion, galaxies, cosmology.
Fall 09/10/11/12: For undergraduates, geared toward those seeking to double major in physics and astronomy. An introduction to modern astrophysics, applying elementary physics to the understanding of astronomical objects. Orbital motion; interaction of radiation with matter; stellar evolution; compact objects. Companion course to Astro 7B.
Spring 07/08: For graduate students and prepared undergraduates. Hydrodynamics and magneto-hydrodynamics, with emphasis on developing intuition, order-of-magnitude problem-solving skills, and the ability to interpret the astrophysical literature. Applications include stellar winds, accretion disks, and galactic sub-structure.
Fall 03/04/05/06/10: Fundamental principles underlying why we see what we see in astronomy, geared towards graduate students.
Fall 02/11: Graduate seminar on the gravitational dynamics of planetary bodies. For a full course description, including readings and problem sets, click on the link.
Spring 03/04/05: Planetary astronomy/astrophysics at a level geared towards focussed undergraduate majors. Click on the link for a full course description, including links to presentation topics and problem sets.
Fall 07: Wiki-based graduate reading seminar on galaxies. Orbit theory, spiral structure, bars, numerical algorithms (linear programming and tree codes), relaxation, black hole dynamics, and formation.
Fall 05: Graduate reading seminar to review the discovery of extra-solar super-Earths.
Fall 03: Graduate reading seminar to review seminal, pedagogical papers in earth science, co-taught with Raymond Jeanloz.
Theoretical astrophysics, with emphasis on understanding the origin and evolution of planetary systems, both extra-solar and solar.
Interested students should talk to me or the students with whom I collaborate.
Topics of interest include:
(1) Protoplanetary Disks.
Disks of gas and dust surrounding young stars provide the reservoirs from which planets ultimately coalesce. Spectra and images of these systems from ultraviolet to millimeter wavelengths are modelled to understand their thermodynamic states and accretion profiles.
(2) Extra-solar Planetary Dynamics.
Extra-solar planets evince surprisingly small orbits, remarkably large eccentricities, and/or strongly resonant behavior due to mutual gravitational perturbations. We seek to understand the dynamical processes that shape these orbits.
(3) Extra-solar Debris Disks.
A number of optically thin disks of dust have been stunningly resolved around stars 10–1000 times younger than the Sun. Debris disks offer clues regarding the endgame of planet formation. Imprinted in their structures may be signs of active gravitational sculpting by nascent planets.
(4) The Edgeworth-Kuiper Belt.
Pluto has only recently been discovered to be one of at least tens of thousands of asteroid-sized bodies (Kuiper Belt Objects, or KBOs) orbiting the outer Solar System. This ring contains the most pristine, unprocessed material in our planetary system and holds clues to its early evolution.
(5) Planetary Rings.
Rings furnish the most accessible laboratories for disk dynamics; they showcase a rich interplay of forces due to interparticle collisions, self-gravity, the gravity of shepherd moons, and electromagnetic fields.
Talks and Lectures
In Summer 2011, I delivered a 6-hour lecture series (“crash course”) on planet formation theory for the International Summer Institute for Modeling in Astrophysics program hosted by the Kavli Institute in Beijing, China. The lectures were half blackboard and half slides. PDFs of the slides are below.
Subsets of these lectures were given for other international schools, including the Jerusalem Winter School on “Low-Mass Stars and Their Planets” in 2006 at Hebrew University, and the International Planetary School in 2005 at Kobe University, Japan.
- Lecture 1: Observations of Extrasolar Planets
- Lecture 2: Planetesimal Formation and Planet Coagulation
- Lecture 3: Giant Planets: Formation and Evolution
- Lecture 4: Planetary Dynamics
Spring 2012: NOVA Colloquium in the Netherlands (Groningen, Nijmegen, Leiden, Amsterdam)
- Close-in Planets: From Hot Jupiters to Super-Mercuries
- Planetary Dynamics at the Outer Limits (Debris Disks, Kuiper Belt, Fomalhaut)
- Planetesimal Formation
- Accretion in Protoplanetary Disks (Conventional and Transitional)
- Optically Thin Core Accretion: How Planets Get Their Gas in Nearly Gas-Free Disks, Lee, E.J., Chiang, E., & Ferguson, J. MNRAS, 476, 2199 (2018)
- Secular Dynamics of an Exterior Test Particle: The Inverse Kozai Resonance and Other Eccentricity-Inclination Resonances, Benjamin R. Vinson & Eugene Chiang, MNRAS, 474, 4855 (2017)
- Stellar Winds and Dust Avalanches in the AU Mic Debris Disk, Chiang, Eugene & Fung, Jeffrey, ApJ, 848, 4 (2017)
- Multiple Disk Gaps and Rings Generated by a Single Super-Earth, Dong, R., Li, S., Chiang, E., & Li, H., ApJ, 843, 127 (2017)
- A Three-Dimensional View of Turbulence: Constraints on Turbulent Motions in the HD 163296 Protoplanetary Disk Using DCO+, Flaherty, K.M., Hughes, M.A., Rose, S.C. Simon, J.B., Qi, C., Andrews, S.M., Kospal, A., Wilner, D.J., Chiang, E., Armitage, P.J., Bai, X., ApJ, 843, 150 (2017)
- Magnetospheric Truncation, Tidal Inspiral, and the Creation of Short and Ultra-Short Period Planets, Eve J. Lee & Eugene Chiang, ApJ, 842, 40 (2017)
- Save the Planet, Feed the Star: How Super-Earths Survive Migration and Drive Disk Accretion, Jeffrey Fung & Eugene Chiang, ApJ, 839, 100 (2017)
- The Sizes and Depletions of the Dust and Gas Cavities in the Transitional Disk J160421.7-213028, Ruobing Dong, Nienke van der Marel, Jun Hashimoto, Eugene Chiang, et al. ApJ, 836, 201 (2017)
- Gap Opening in 3D: Single Planet Gaps, Jeffrey Fung & Eugene Chiang, ApJ, 832, 105 (2016)
- A Primer for Unifying Debris Disk Morphologies, Eve J. Lee & Eugene Chiang, ApJ, 827, 125 (2016)
- Breeding Super-Earths and Birthing Super-Puffs in Transitional Disks, Eve J. Lee & Eugene Chiang, ApJ, 817, 90 (2016)
- Correlations Between Compositions and Orbits Established by the Giant Impact Era of Planet Formation, Rebekah I. Dawson, Eve J. Lee, & Eugene Chiang, ApJ, 822, 54 (2016)
- How Spirals and Gaps Driven by Companions in Protoplanetary Disks Appear in Scattered Light at Arbitrary Viewing Angles, Ruobing Dong, Jeffrey Fung, & Eugene Chiang, ApJ, 826, 75 (2016)
- Signatures of Gravitational Instability in Resolved Images of Protostellar Disks, Ruobing Dong, Eduard Vorobyov, Yaroslav Pavlyuchenkov, Eugene Chiang, & Hauyu Baobab Liu, ApJ, 823, 141 (2016)
- An M Dwarf Companion and its Induced Spiral Arms in the HD 100453 Protoplanetary Disk, Ruobing Dong, Zhaohuan Zhu, Jeffrey Fung, Roman Rafikov, Eugene Chiang, & Kevin Wagner, ApJL, 816, L12 (2016)
- Two Transiting Low Density Sub-Saturns from K2, Petigura, E.A., et al., ApJ, 818, 36 (2016)
- Dust Dynamics in 2D Gravito-Turbulent Disks, Shi, J.-M., Zhu, Z., Stone, J.M., & Chiang, E., MNRAS, 459, 982 (2016)
- Resolved Millimeter-Wavelength Observations of Debris Disks around Solar-type Stars, Steele, A., et al., ApJ, 816, 27 (2016)
- Weak Turbulence in the HD 163296 Protoplanetary Disk Revealed by ALMA CO Observations, Flaherty, K.M., Hughes, A.M., Rosenfeld, K.A., Andrews, S.M., Chiang, E., Simon, J.B., Kerzner, S., & Wilner, D.J., ApJ, 813, 99 (2015)
- To Cool Is To Accrete: Analytic Scalings for Nebular Accretion of Planetary Atmospheres, Eve J. Lee & Eugene Chiang, ApJ, 811, 41 (2015)
- Spiral Arms in Gravitationally Unstable Protoplanetary Disks as Imaged in Scattered Light, Ruobing Dong, Cassandra Hall, Ken Rice, & Eugene Chiang, ApJL, 812, L32 (2015)
- Discovery and Spectroscopy of the Young Jovian Planet 51 Eri b with the Gemini Planet Imager, Macintosh, B., et al., Science, 350, 64 (2015)
- A Metallicity Recipe for Rocky Planets, Rebekah I. Dawson, Eugene Chiang, & Eve J. Lee, MNRAS, 453, 1471 (2015)
- Eccentric Jupiters via Disk-Planet Interactions, Paul C. Duffell & Eugene Chiang, ApJ, 812, 94 (2015)
- Gemini Planet Imager Observations of the AU Microscopii Debris Disk: Asymmetries within One Arcsecond, Wang, Jason J., et al., ApJL, 811, L19 (2015)
- Beta Pictoris’ Inner Disk in Polarized Light and New Orbital Parameters for Beta Pictoris b, Millar-Blanchaer, Maxwell A., et al., ApJ, 811, 18 (2015)
- Fast Modes and Dusty Horseshoes in Transitional Disks, Tushar Mittal & Eugene Chiang, ApJ Letters, 798, L25 (2015)
- Make Super-Earths, Not Jupiters: Accreting Nebular Gas onto Solid Cores at 0.1 AU and Beyond, Eve J. Lee, Eugene Chiang, & Chris W. Ormel, ApJ, 797, 95 (2014)
- A Class of Warm Jupiters with Mutually Inclined, Apsidally Misaligned, Close Friends, Rebekah I. Dawson & Eugene Chiang, Science, 346, 212 (2014)
- Gravito-Turbulent Disks in 3D: Turbulent Velocities vs. Depth, Ji-Ming Shi & Eugene Chiang, ApJ, 789, 34 (2014)
- Fast Radial Flows in Transition Disk Holes, Katherine A. Rosenfeld, Eugene Chiang, & Sean M. Andrews, ApJ, 782, 62 (2014)
- How Empty are Disk Gaps Opened By Giant Planets?, Jeffrey Fung, Ji-Ming Shi, & Eugene Chiang, ApJ, 782, 88 (2014)
- Multiwavelength Observations of the Candidate Disintegrating Sub-Mercury KIC 12557548b, Croll, B., Rappaport, S., DeVore, J., Gilliland, R.L., Crepp, J.R., Howard, A.W., Star, K.M., Chiang, E., Levine, A.M., Jenkins, J.M., Albert, L., Bonomo, A.S., Fortney, J.J., & Isaacson, H., ApJ, 786, 100 (2014)
- The Minimum-Mass Extrasolar Nebula: In Situ Formation of Close-In Super-Earths, Eugene Chiang & Gregory Laughlin, MNRAS, 431, 3444-3455 (2013)
- Catastrophic Evaporation of Rocky Planets, Daniel Perez-Becker & Eugene Chiang, MNRAS, 433, 2294-2309 (2013)
- From Dust to Planetesimals: Criteria for Gravitational Instability of Small Particles in Gas, Ji-Ming Shi & Eugene Chiang, ApJ, 764, 20 (2013)
- Millimeter Emission Structure in the First ALMA Image of the AU Mic Debris Disk, MacGregor, Meredith A., et al., ApJ Letters, vol. 762, L21 (2013)
- Possible Disintegrating Short-Period Super-Mercury Orbiting KIC 12557548, Saul Rappaport, Alan Levine, Eugene Chiang, Ileyk El Mellah, Jon Jenkins, B. Kalomeni, Edwin S. Kite, M. Kotson, Lorne Nelson, L. Rousseau-Nepton, & K. Tran, ApJ, vol. 752:1 13pp (2012)
- Colliding Planetary and Stellar Winds: Charge Exchange and Transit Spectroscopy in Neutral Hydrogen, Pascal Tremblin & Eugene Chiang, MNRAS, 428, 2565-2576 (2013)
- Stochastic Flights of Propellers, Margaret Pan, Hanno Rein, Eugene Chiang, & Steven N. Evans, MNRAS, 427, 2788-2796 (2012)
- Care and Feeding of Frogs, Margaret Pan & Eugene Chiang, AJ, vol. 143:9 6pp (2012)
- The Propeller and the Frog, Margaret Pan & Eugene Chiang, ApJ Letters, vol. 722, L178-L182 (2010)
- Surface Layer Accretion in Conventional and Transitional Disks Driven by Far-Ultraviolet Ionization, Daniel Perez-Becker & Eugene Chiang, ApJ, vol. 735:8 13pp (2011)
- Surface Layer Accretion in Transitional and Conventional Disks: From Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons to Planets, Daniel Perez-Becker & Eugene Chiang, ApJ, vol. 727:2 20pp (2011)
- Confirming the Primarily Smooth Structure of the Vega Debris Disk at Millimeter Wavelengths, A. Meredith Hughes, David J. Wilner, Brian Mason, John M. Carpenter, Richard Plambeck, Hsin-Fang Chiang, Sean M. Andrews, Jonathan P. Williams, Antonio Hales, Kate Su, Eugene Chiang, Simon Dicker, Phil Korngut, & Mark Devlin, ApJ, vol. 750:82 9pp (2012)
- Forming Planetesimals by Gravitational Instability. I. The Role of the Richardson Number in Triggering the Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability, Aaron T. Lee, Eugene Chiang, Xylar Asay-Davis & Joseph Barranco, ApJ, vol. 718, 1367-1377 (2010)
- Forming Planetesimals by Gravitational Instability. II. How Dust Settles to its Marginally Stable State, Aaron T. Lee, Eugene Chiang, Xylar Asay-Davis & Joseph Barranco, ApJ, vol. 725, 1938-1954 (2010)
- Forming Planetesimals in Solar and Extrasolar Nebulae, E. Chiang & A. Youdin, Annual Reviews of Earth and Planetary Science, vol. 38, 493-522 (2010)
- Hubble Space Telescope Optical Imaging of the Eroding Debris Disk HD 61005, H. L. Maness, et al., ApJ, vol. 707, 1098-1114 (2009)
- Optical Images of an Exosolar Planet 25 Light Years from Earth, P. Kalas, J. R. Graham, E. Chiang, M. Fitzgerald, M. Clampin, E. Kite, K. Stapelfeldt, C. Marois, & J. Krist, Science, vol. 302, no. 5906, 1345-1348 (2008)
- Fomalhaut’s Debris Disk and Planet: Constraining the Mass of Fomalhaut b From Disk Morphology, E. Chiang, E. Kite, P. Kalas, J. R. Graham, & M. Clampin, ApJ, 693, 734-749 (2009)
- Atmospheric Escape from Hot Jupiters, R. A. Murray-Clay, E. I. Chiang, & N. Murray, ApJ, 693, 23-42 (2009)
- The Warped Plane of the Classical Kuiper Belt, E. Chiang & H. Choi, AJ, 136, 350-357 (2008)
- Vertical Shearing Instabilities in Radially Shearing Disks: The Dustiest Layers of the Protoplanetary Nebula, E. Chiang, ApJ, 675, 1549-1558 (2008)
- High Albedos of Low Inclination Classical Kuiper Belt Objects, M.J. Brucker, W.M. Grundy, J.A. Stansberry, J.R. Spencer, S.S. Sheppard, E.I. Chiang, & M.W. Buie, Icarus, 201, 284-294 (2009)
- Binaries in the Kuiper Belt, K. S. Noll, W.M. Grundy, E.I. Chiang, J.-L. Margot, & S.D. Kern, The Solar System Beyond Neptune, eds. Barucci, Boehnhardt, Cruikshank, & Morbidelli, 345-363 (2008)
- Inside-Out Evacuation of Transitional Protoplanetary Disks by the Magneto-Rotational Instability, E. Chiang & R. Murray-Clay, Nature Physics, 3, 604-608 (2007)
- The Origin of the Young Stars in the Nucleus of M31, P. Chang, R. Murray-Clay, E. Chiang & E. Quataert, ApJ, 668, 236-244 (2007)
- The Formation of Ice Giants in a Packed Oligarchy: Instability and Aftermath, E. B. Ford & E. I. Chiang, ApJ, 661, 602-615 (2007)
- Spectrally Dispersed K-Band Interferometric Observations of Herbig Ae/Be Sources: Inner Disk Temperature Profiles, J. A. Eisner, E. I. Chiang, B. F. Lane, & R. L. Akeson, ApJ, 657, 347-358 (2007)
- Collisional Particle Disks, Y. Lithwick & E. Chiang, ApJ, 656, 524-533 (2007)
- A Brief History of Trans-Neptunian Space, E. Chiang, Y. Lithwick, R. Murray-Clay, M. Buie, W. Grundy & M. Holman, review chapter for Protostars and Planets V, eds. B. Reipurth, D. Jewitt, & K. Keil, University of Arizona Press, 895-909 (2007)
- Brownian Motion in Planetary Migration, R. A. Murray-Clay & E. I. Chiang, ApJ, 651, 1194-1208 (2006)
- Dust Dynamics, Surface Brightness Profiles, and Thermal Emission Spectra of Debris Disks: The Case of AU Mic, L. E. Strubbe & E. I. Chiang, ApJ, 648, 652-665 (2006)
- Spatially Resolving the Inner Disk of TW Hya, J. A. Eisner, E. I. Chiang & L. A. Hillenbrand, ApJL, 637, 133-136 (2006)
- On the Location of the Snow Line in a Protoplanetary Disk, M. Lecar, M. Podolak, D. Sasselov & E. Chiang, ApJ, 640, 1115-1118 (2006)
- Neptune Trojans as a Testbed for Planet Formation, E. I. Chiang & Y. Lithwick, ApJ, 628, 520-532 (2005)
- A Signature of Planetary Migration: The Origin of Asymmetric Capture in the 2:1 Resonance, Ruth A. Murray-Clay & Eugene I. Chiang, ApJ, 619, 623-638 (2005)
- The Deep Ecliptic Survey: A Search for Kuiper Belt Objects and Centaurs. II. Dynamical Classification, the Kuiper-Belt Plane, and the Core Population, Elliot, J.L., Kern, S.D., Clancy, K.B., Gulbis, A.A.S., Millis, R.L., Buie, M.W., Wasserman, L.H., Chiang, E.I., Jordan, A.B., Trilling, D.E., & Meech, K.J., AJ, 129, 1117-1162 (2005)
- The Circumbinary Ring of KH 15D, E. I. Chiang & R. A. Murray-Clay, ApJ, 607, 913-920 (2004)
- Particle Pile-ups and Planetesimal Formation, A. N. Youdin & E. I. Chiang, ApJ, 601, 1109-1119 (2004)
- Three-Dimensional Dynamics of Narrow Planetary Rings, E. I. Chiang & C. J. Culter, ApJ, 599, 675-685 (2004)
- The Dynamic Neptunian Ring Arcs, I. de Pater, S. Gibbard, E. Chiang, H. Hammel, B. Macintosh, F. Marchis, S. Martin, H. Roe, & M. Showalter, Icarus, 174, 263-272 (2005)
- Dust in Protoplanetary Disks, E. I. Chiang, invited review for ASP Conference Series: Astrophysics of Dust, eds. G. Clayton, B. Draine, & A. Witt (2004)
- Resonant and Secular Families of the Kuiper Belt , E. I. Chiang, J.R. Lovering, R. L. Millis, M. W. Buie, L. H. Wasserman, & K. J. Meech, Earth, Moon, & Planets, as part of First Decadal Review of the Kuiper Belt special issue, 92, 49-62 (2003)
- Resonance Occupation in the Kuiper Belt: Case Examples of the 5:2 and Trojan Resonances, E. I. Chiang, A. B. Jordan, R. L. Millis, M. W. Buie, L. H. Wasserman, J. L. Elliot, S. D. Kern, D. E. Trilling, K. J. Meech, & R. M. Wagner, AJ, 126, 430-443 (2003)
- Excitation of Orbital Eccentricities by Repeated Resonance Crossings: Requirements, E. I. Chiang, ApJ, 584, 465-471 (2003)
- On the Plutinos and Twotinos of the Kuiper Belt, E. I. Chiang & A. B. Jordan, AJ, 124, 3430-3444 (2002)
- Upsilon Andromedae: A Rosetta Stone in Planetary Dynamics, E. I. Chiang, contributed article to ASP Conference Series: Scientific Frontiers in Research on Extrasolar Planets, eds. D. Deming & S. Seager
- A Collisional Family in the Classical Kuiper Belt, E. I. Chiang, ApJ Letters, 573, L65-L68 (2002)
- Eccentricity Excitation and Apsidal Resonance Capture in the Planetary System Upsilon Andromedae, E. I. Chiang & N. Murray, ApJ, 576, 473-477 (2002)
- Chondrules and Nebular Shocks, E. I. Chiang, Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 37, 2-3 (2002)
- Excitation of Orbital Eccentricities of Extrasolar Planets by Repeated Resonance Crossings, E. I. Chiang, D. Fischer, & E. Thommes, ApJ Letters, 564, L105-L109 (2002)
- Infrared Views of the TW Hya Disk, A. J. Weinberger, E. E. Becklin, G. Schneider, E. I. Chiang, P. J. Lowrance, M. Silverstone, B. Zuckerman, D. Hines, & B. A. Smith, ApJ, 566, 409-418 (2002)
- ISO LWS Spectra of T Tauri and Herbig AeBe Stars, M.J. Creech-Eakman, E.I. Chiang, R.M.K. Joung, G.A. Blake, & E.F. van Dishoeck, A & A, 385, 546-562 (2002)
- Apsidal Alignment in Upsilon Andromedae , E. I. Chiang, S. Tabachnik, & S. Tremaine, AJ, 122, 1607-1615 (2001)
- Spectral Energy Distributions of Passive T Tauri and Herbig Ae Disks: Grain Mineralogy, Parameter Dependences, and Comparison with ISO LWS Observations, E. I. Chiang, M.K. Joung, M.J. Creech-Eakman, C. Qi, J. Kessler, G.A. Blake, & E.F. van Dishoeck, ApJ, 547, 1077-1089 (2001)
- Apse Alignment of Narrow Eccentric Planetary Rings , E. I. Chiang & P. Goldreich, ApJ, 540, 1084-1090 (2000)
- Angular Momentum Transport in Fluid and Particle Disks , E. Quataert & E. I. Chiang, ApJ, 543, 432-437 (2000)
- Keck Pencil-Beam Survey for Faint Kuiper Belt Objects , E. I. Chiang & M. E. Brown, AJ, 118, 1411-1422 (1999).
- Spectral Energy Distributions of Passive T Tauri Disks: Inclination , E. I. Chiang & P. Goldreich, ApJ, 519, 279-284 (1999).
- Spectral Energy Distributions of T Tauri Stars with Passive Circumstellar Disks , E.I. Chiang & P. Goldreich, ApJ, 490, 368-376 (1997).
- Time-Dependent Calculations of Ionization Nebulae Surrounding Supersoft X-Ray Sources, E. Chiang & S. Rappaport, ApJ, 469, 255-271 (1996).
- Ionization Nebulae Surrounding Supersoft X-Ray Sources, S. Rappaport, E. Chiang, T. Kallman & R. Malina, ApJ, 431, 237-246 (1994).
- A 3.6 cm Radio Survey of Low-Mass, Weak-Line T Tauri Stars in Taurus-Auriga, Eugene Chiang, R.B. Phillips, & C.J. Lonsdale, AJ, 111, 355-364 (1996).
- On the Li and Be Tests for Brown Dwarfs, L.A. Nelson, S. Rappaport, & E. Chiang, ApJ, 413, 364-367 (1993).
- Time-Domain Holographic Image Storage, X.A. Shen, E. Chiang, & R. Kachru, Optics Letters, 19, 1246-1248 (1994).