Author(s): , , ,
Institution(s): 1. Butler University, 2. Guizhou University
Late-type stars with thick convective zones and rapid rotations exhibit magnetic activity phenomena, such as starspots, plages, and flares. However, in many such kinds of eclipsing binaries, the details of the active phenomena are not well understood. In order to improve our understanding of stellar magnetic activities, we are carrying out an extensive study of the magnetic activities of eclipsing binaries by multi-color CCD photometry using several telescopes (SARA 90cm at KPNO, SARA 60cm telescopes at CTIO, and NAOC 85cm and 60 cm telescopes at Xinglong). In this paper, we will present our preliminary results with revised orbital parameters, starspot parameters, and stellar flare events on DV Psc and BX Tri.