Department: Geophysical and planetary sciences
Teaching Courses: fluid mechanics, introduction to space science
Research interests: magnetospherical physics, planetary science
（1）Chen, C. X., and R. A. Wolf, Interpretation of high speed flows in the plasma sheet, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 21409-21419, 1993.
（2）Chen, C. X., and R. A. Wolf, Theory of thin-filament motion in Earth's magnetotail and its application to bursty bulk flows, J.
（3）Chen, C. X., and Keke Zhang, Nonlinear convection in a rotating annulus with a finite gap, Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dynamics, 96,
（4）Chen, C. X., Numerical simulation of the Io-torus-driven radial plasma transport, J. Geophys. Res., 108, A10, 2003.
（5）Chen, C. X., Simulations of field-aligned currents: Application of theory of thin filament motion to Io’s plasma wake, J. Geophys.
（6）Chen, C. X., Theoretical constraints on the cross-tail width of bursty bulk ﬂows, Ann. Geophys., 31, 2179–2192, 2013.
（7）Chen, C. X., Substorm onset: A switch on the sequence of transport from decreasing entropy to increasing entropy, Geophys. Res.
（8）Chen, C. X., and C. -P. Wang, Contribution of patchy reconnection to the ion-to-electron temperature ratio in the Earth's
（9）Chen, C. X., Preservation and variation of ion-to-electron temperature ratio in the plasma sheet in geo-magnetotail. Earth Planet.