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Congratulations to Prof. Ivan Galkin on his recent award
 "High Frequency Geolocation (HFGeo) Phase
2 and 3" - Air Force Research Lab Flowthrough which runs through summer 2018

Chakrabarti $5.6M Grant
http://www.uml.edu/News/stories/2014/Supriya-NASA-grant.aspx

Congratulations to Kate Oram for winning the Chambliss award for the best student poster at the recent American Astronomical Society meeting.  Her poster is entitled:
"Characterizing the Performance of MANIC, a Monolithic Achromatic Nulling Interference Coronagraph"


Prof. Supriya Chakrabarti - new Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies in the College of Sciences - Congratulations!

IMAGER Overview, Science, Launch, Results, Team and more!
http://people.bu.edu/danowski/IMAGER/


New, Exciting UML News! "Astrophysist Set to Launch Rocket Experiment"
http://www.uml.edu/News/stories/2011-12/Cook-rocket-experiment.aspx


Welcome Tim Cook!
We are pleased to announce that Prof. Tim Cook joins us on 1/23/12.
Here is a summary of the project he is working on which is categorized as:

Optical Space Flight Hardware
TheM101 Interstellar Medium Absorption Gradient Experiment Rocket (IMAGER) is going to measure the ultraviolet (UV) extinction of dust in thegalaxy M101. IMAGER is a sounding rocket payload consisting of a 20 inch telescope and a camera. The system is designed to measure the differences in the composition and size distribution of the ultraviolet absorbing dust in M101 using four medium band ultraviolet imaging channels.

The results of this investigation will have direct consequences on ourunderstanding of dust itself and our ability to accurately account forthe effects of dust on observations of galaxies at all redshifts. Dust is a key factor which determines the appearance, temperature, anddynamics of galaxies.

Infrared dust features show a strong correlation with the radiation field in their vicinity. Given that the UV dust features are thought to be due to similar sized dust grains/molecules as the IR features, it is not unreasonable to expect that the UV features may also correlate with metallicity or radiation field. Determining how the dust features vary physically will make it much easier to model and interpret observations of star forming galaxies. As such, this work will have a direct impact on understanding of observations of galaxies in the ultraviolet and infrared where dust is the dominant mediator of our understanding of the ongoing star formation (including observations with SPITZER, GALEX, HST, JWST, Herschel, etc.).


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4/2/09

Winner of the 2008 Marcus O'Day Memorial Award

“I am very pleased toannounce the winner of the 2008 Marcus O'Day Memorial Award for the best publicationfrom the Battlespace Environment Division. Please join me in congratulating DrsMichael J. Starks, R.A. Quinn, Gregory P. Ginet, Jay M. Albert, G. S. Sales, B.W. Reinisch and P. Song on their award-winning paper entitled,“Illumination of the Plasmasphere by Terrestrial Very Low FrequencyTransmitters: Model Validation”, published in the Journal of GeophysicalResearch in September 2008. It is a distinct privilege to recognize theteam and their superb research reported in this paper.”

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Dr. Robert A. Morris

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03/10/2009

Job Oppurtunity: Assistant/Associate/Full Professor (Tenure-Track)

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01/21/2009

UML Researchers Received $1.1 million Air Force Grant

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10/30/2008

Predicting Storms in Space: A New Generation Ionosonde Deployed in South Africa

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9/17/08

UML Researchers Received $4.8 million grant from Stanford

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5/13/08

Dr. Bodo Reinisch accepted the Group Achievement Award
On behalf of the IMAGE Radio Plasma Imager team

UML enews article about NASA Award to Prof. Bodo Reinisch
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RADIO SOUNDING AND PLASMA PHYSICS,
Hardcover Book Now Available!

Edited by Paul Song, John Foster, Michael Mendillo, and Dieter Bilitza
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"UML Researchers Work Keeps Space Station Crew Safe"

UML Shuttle 4/23/08

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Prof. Qiugang Zong Studies
"How Killer Electrons Form in Space"


Featured in Discover Magazine

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Featured in the Lowell Sun Newspaper

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Featured in the Boston Globe

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Featured in UML Shuttle Newsletter

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Featured in European Space Agency

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3/29/06

Prof.Yan Luo's Research Advances
Processor Technology

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Science Magazine Publishes
Paper Co-Authored by Dr. Reinisch

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2/25/06

UMLCAR Featured in Lowell Sun Newspaper



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Fall Semester 2017 Seminars (3pm in WAN305 unless otherwise noted below)

September 15

PRESENTER:

Anna Rosen, Ph.D, Einstein and ITC Fellow, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

TOPIC:

An Unstable Truth:  How Massiave Stars get their Mass


September 22

PRESENTER:

Sarah Ballard, Torres Postdoctoral Fellow, Postdoctoral Scholar, MIT Kavli Institute

TOPIC:

exoplanet


September 29

PRESENTER:

Saurav Aryal/George Geddes

TOPIC:

Eclipse


October 6

PRESENTER:

Laura Kreidberg, Harvard ITC

TOPIC:

exoplanet atmospheres


October 13

PRESENTER:

Jiannan Tu, SSL

TOPIC:

On the prompt response of low/equatorial ionosphere to magentosphere disturbances


October 20

PRESENTER:

Edward DeLuca, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

TOPIC:

 solar missions


October 27

PRESENTER:

Paul Withers, BU Astronomy Dept.

TOPIC:

 New method to detect ionospheres in planets and exoplanets

November 3

PRESENTER:

TzuYang Yu, UML Civil Engineering Dept.

TOPIC:

 GPR (GSSI system and experimental results)

November 10

NO SEMINAR
(VETERANS DAY OBSERVED)

November 17

PRESENTER:

Qusai Al Shidi, SSL

TOPIC:

MHD Model for the solar chromosphere

November 24

NO SEMINAR
(THANKSGIVING RECESS)

December 1

PRESENTER:

Mercedes Lopez Morales, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

TOPIC:

exoplanets

December 8

practice talks for AGU

Fall '16 Seminars 

September 2

PRESENTER:

Chris Hansen, UML Math Dept.

TOPIC:

Automated and Scalable Manufacture of Multifunctional Composite Materials


September 9

PRESENTER:

Min Hyumg Cho, UML Math Dept.

TOPIC:

Fast and robust Helmholtz equation solver in layered media


September 16

PRESENTER:

Dr. Endawoke Yizengaw, BC

TOPIC:

Multi-Instruments Observations to Mitigate Space Weather Impacts


September 23

PRESENTER:

Jason Soderblom, Researcher

Dept. of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences

MIT

TOPIC:

The Seas of Titan


September 30

PRESENTER:

Dr. Evan Thomas, Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College

TOPIC:

The geomagnetic storm time response of GPS total electron content in the North American sector


October 7

PRESENTER:

Jeremy J. Drake

Smithsonian Astrophysical Observarory

TOPIC:

The Energetic Radiation Environments of Stars and Planets


October 14 (2-3pm)

Location:  Ball314

PRESENTER:

Prof. Brian Walsh, 
Mechanical Engineering, 
Boston University

TOPIC:

Thinking inside the box: advancing space physics with cubesats 


October 21

PRESENTER:

Dr. Jiannan Tu, SSL

TOPIC:

A Global 2-D Inductive-Dynamic Simulation Study of Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling


October 28

PRESENTER:

Xiaoyan Zhou, Researcher, UCLA

TOPIC:

The auroral ionospheric response to interplanetary shocks


November 4

PRESENTER:

Prof. Yan Luo, UML ECE

TOPIC:

TBA


November 11

NO SEMINAR

VETERANS DAY


November 18

PRESENTER:

Rona Oran, Postdoctoral Associate, Dept. of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences

MIT

TOPIC:

TBA


November 25

NO SEMINAR
due to Thanksgiving 11/24

December 2 (WAN405)

PRESENTER:

Mr. Saurav Aryal, LoCSST

TOPIC:

Derivation of auroral energy and energy flux using simultaneous multi-spectral imaging

PRESENTER:

Mr. George Geddes, LoCSST

TOPIC:

Retrieval of O+ Density From Combined OII 83.4 nm and OII 61.7 nm Limb Emissions

PRESENTER:

Dr. Susanna Finn, LoCSST

TOPIC:

Coordinated Ground-and Space-based Multispectral Campaign to Study Equatorial Spread-F Formation


December 9

(last seminar of semester)

PRESENTER:

Mr. Yifan Huang, Space Science Lab

TOPIC:

Transverse wave parallell propagation in the partially ionized plasma of mutiple species


Spring Semester 2016 Seminars (3pm in WAN305 unless otherwise noted below)

April 29

PRESENTER:

Dr. Allan Weatherwax, Merrimack College School of Science and Engineering

TOPIC:

At the Cusp of Discovery:  The Evolution and Importance of Ground-based Geospace Observations in Antarctica


April 22

PRESENTER:

NO SEMINAR
(Monday class schedule)

April 15

PRESENTER:

George Geddes, LoCSST

TOPIC:

Remote Sensing in the ionospherie and thermosphere

PRESENTER:

Saurav Aryal, LoCSST

TOPIC:

Spectral Imaging of June 22, 2015 G4 storm by HiT&MIS


April 8

PRESENTER:

Nicholas Baeza Hochmuth 
UML Physics Dept.

TOPIC:

Formation of E+E Massive Compact Quiescent Galaxies in z<1 and its implications on theories of MCQ Galaxy Evolution

PRESENTER:

Forest Mathieu, UML Physics Dept.

TOPIC:

Outflows of Protostars


April 1 - WAN405

PRESENTER:

Cesar Valladares
Boston College

TOPIC: 

The low-latitude ionospheric sensor network (LISN).  A distributed observatory to study low and mid-latitude plasma structures


March 25

PRESENTER:

Jon Slavin
Harvard-Smithsonican Center for Astrophysics

TOPIC:

Modeling the Very Local Interstellar Medium


March 11

PRESENTER:

Glenn Howe, LoCSST

TOPIC:

LiDARS - Past, Present, and Future

PRESENTER:

Kuravi Hewawasam, LoCSST

TOPIC:

Focal plane wavefront sensing for PICTURE-C


March 4

PRESENTER:

Dan Milisavljevic
Harvard-Smithsonican Center for Astrophysics

TOPIC:

Reverse Engineering Supernovae


February 26 - WAN405

PRESENTER:

Dr. Patrick Slane, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

TOPIC:

Energetic Windbags Young and Old:  The Evolving Story of Pulsar Wind Nebulae


February 19

PRESENTER:

Jack Steiner
MIT

TOPIC:

Measuring the Spins of Stellar-Mass Black Holes


February 12

PRESENTER:

Noe Lugaz
UNH

TOPIC:

Heliospheric Propagation and Magnetospheric Effects of Coronal Mass Ejections Noé Lugaz, University of New Hampshire


February 5

PRESENTER:

Dr. Pat Slane
Harvard-Smithsonican Center for Astrophysics

TOPIC:

Energetic Windbags Young and Old:
            The Evolving Story of Pulsar Wind Nebulae


January 29

PRESENTER:

Dr. Ofer Cohen
Harvard-Smithsonican Center for Astrophysics

TOPIC:

Constraining mass loss rates of low-mass cool stars


January 22

PRESENTER:

Dr. Katharine Reeves Harvard-Smithsonican Center for Astrophysics

TOPIC:

Explosions on the Sun: Evidence for Magnetic Reconnection from Orbiting Solar Telescopes

Fall Semester 2015 Talks (3pm in WAN305 unless otherwise noted below)


Dec 4 - 3:30pm

PRESENTER:

Merav Opher

TOPIC:

Magnetized Jets Driven by the Sun, the Structure of the Heliosphere Revisited: Consequences for Draping of BISM ahead of the HP and Time Variability of ENAs


November 27 - NO SEMINAR


November 20

PRESENTER:

John Richardson

MIT Kavli Institute

TOPIC:

Voyager observations of the outer heliosphere and interstellar medium


November 9 - 2:30pm

(in place of 11/13)

PRESENTER:

Yan Wang

Space Science Lab

TOPIC:

Thesis Defense

A new Dynamic Fluid-Kinetic model within the Plasmasphere


November 6 -

PRESENTER:

Jiannan Tu

Space Science Lab

TOPIC:

Simulation Studies on Dynamics of Field-aligned Current Propagation and Pedersen Current Formations an Alternate theory of Discrete Arc Formation


October 30

PRESENTER:

Phil Isenberg

UNH

TOPIC:

What can Pickup Ions tell us about Solar Wind Turbulence?


October 23

PRESENTER:

Marc Lessard

UNH

TOPIC:

Electromagnetic Ion Cyclotron waves: their propagation in the magnetosphere and ionosphere and their role in Earth's radiation belt dynamics


October 16

PRESENTER:

Juha Vierine

MIT Haystack Observatory

TOPIC:

Instrumentation methods for radio remote sensing of ionospheric plasma


October 9

PRESENTER:

John Styers

UML Environmental, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences

TOPIC:

An Alternate Theory of Discrete      Arc Formation


October (2pm)

PRESENTER:

John Retterer

BC

TOPIC:

Faith in a Seed: On the Origins of Equatorial Plasma Bubbles


September 25

PRESENTER:

Dr. William Burke

TOPIC:

Origins of the O+ Ring Current:  A Van Allen Probe Perspective


September 18 

NO SEMINAR

September 11

PRESENTER:

Robert Esposito

UML Space Science Lab

TOPIC:

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis 101

September 4

PRESENTER:

Dr. Prof. Ivan Galkin

UML Space Science Lab

TOPIC:

Oblique Incidence Sounding with Digisondes for Better Environmental Security

August 28

PRESENTER:

Dr. Prof. Chi Wang

National Space Science Center, Chinese Adacemy of Sciences, Beijing

TOPIC:

Introduction to SMILE Mission

Spring Semester 2015 Talks
 (Wannalancit @ 3pm)

May 1 (WAN305)

NO SEMINAR


April 24 (WAN305)

PRESENTER:

Dr. Mark MCConnell
UNH

TOPIC:

Gamma-ray Polarimetry as a probe of the central engine of Gamma-ray Bursts

April 17 (WAN305)

PRESENTER:

Dr. Dimitris Christodoulou
UML Math Dept.

TOPIC:

A physical model for the formation of multiplanetary systems

April 10 (Pinananski 200)

PRESENTER:

Charles Danforth

TOPIC: 

TBA

April 7 (Pinananski 200)

PRESENTER:

Ofer Cohen

TOPIC: 

TBA

April 3 (WAN305)

PRESENTER:

Dr. Tom Chang
Kavli Institute for Astronphysics and Space Research MIT

TOPIC:

Physics of Complexity and ROMA (rank-ordered multifractal analyses of Strong Turbulence in Solar-Terrestrial Plasmas and the Cosmic Web

March 27 (Pinanski 200)

PRESENTER:

Jackie Radigan

TOPIC:

Weather on Substellar Worlds:  Observations of cloud and weather phenomena in the atmospheres of cool brown dwarfs

March 13 (WAN405)

PRESENTER:

Dr. Nick Murphy
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

TOPIC:

Asymmetric Magnetic Reconnection in the Solar Atmosphere

March 6 (Pinanski 200)

PRESENTER:

Kate Whitaker

NASA Podsoctoral Program Fellow,

Goddard Space Flight Center

TOPIC:

Tracing the Cosmic Shutdown of Star Formation in Massive Galaxies


February 27 (WAN405)

PRESENTER: 
Prof. Joel Therrien
UML Electrical & Computer Engineering

TOPIC
:
Advanced materials research in the SPIN lab

February 20 (WAN405)


PRESENTER: 

Prof. Paul Song
UML Physics and Space Science Lab

TOPIC
:
Radio Technology in Space Exploration

February 13 (WAN305)

PRESENTER: 

John Foster
MIT haystack Observatory

TOPIC
:
Multi-Instrument Observations of Radiation Belt Physics:  Van Allen Probes Perspectives

February 6

PRESENTER: 

Prof. Tim Cook
UML Physics and LoCSST

TOPIC
:  TBA

January 30

PRESENTER:

Remi Soummer
Assoc. Astronomer
Head, Russell B. Makidon Optics Laboratory
Space telescope Science Institute

TOPIC:

High contrast imaging of exoplanets and disks

January 23

PRESENTER:

Prof. James Ryan
UNH Space Science Center TOPIC:

TOPIC:

Cosmic Ray Production at the Sun

Fall Semester 2014 Talks
(WAN405 @ 3pm)

December 5

PRESENTER:

Dr. Prof. Meers Oppenheim
Astronomy Department and Center for Space Physics, Boston University

TOPIC:

"Collisional Plasma Waves: Can They Play Important Roles in Both the Earth's Ionosphere and the Solar Chromosphere?"

November 21

PRESENTER:

Dr. William Burke
UML Space Science Lab

TOPIC:

Medium Scale Traveling Ionospheric Disturbances: What they are and how they work

November 14

PRESENTER:

Dr. Phil Erickson
Atmospheric Sciences Group
MIT Haystack Observatory


TOPIC:

Van Allen Probes, THEMIS, GPS TEC, Millstone Hill radar, DMSP, and other assets to look at system scale aspects of plasma redistribution and influence on dayside reconnection, shock response, and highly relativistic particles (among other effects)

November 7

PRESENTER:

Dr. Lynn Kistler
Professor of Physics
Director of Space Science Center
Institute for the Study of Earth Oceans and Space
University of New Hampshire


TOPIC:

From the Aurora to the Ring Current: The Ionospheric Contribution to the Magnetospheric Plasma Population

October 31

PRESENTER:

Hui Tian
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

TOPIC:

First results of the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph (IRIS) mission

October 17 and 24

NO SEMINARS - Prof. Song on travel

October 10

PRESENTER:
James LaBelle
Dartmouth

TOPIC:
Recent Advances in Ionospheric Mode-Conversion Radiations

October 3

PRESENTER:
Dr. Luke Moore
Boston University

TOPIC:
Saturn's Ring Rain

September 26

PRESENTER:
Mr. Rigel Cappallo

TOPIC:
Modeling X-ray Emission from Accreting Pulsars

September 19

PRESENTER:
Ms. Yan Wang
SSL

TOPIC:
A new dynamic fluid-kinetic model for plasma transport in the plasmasphere

September 12

PRESENTER:
Prof. Silas Laycock

TOPIC:
Black Hole Binaries: Recent results, and prospects for Timing Analysis and Modeling

September 5

PRESENTER:
Paul Withers
Boston University

TOPIC:
The ionosphere of Mars before the arrival of MAVEN

Spring Semester 2014 Talks (WAN403)

May 2

PRESENTER:
George Geddes
UMLCAR

TOPIC:
RAIDS/LITES modeling

April 25

NO SEMINAR

April 18

PRESENTER:
Vasili Kharchenko
Center for Astrophysics,
Harvard-Smithsonian

TOPIC:
Collision Energy Relaxation in Planetary Atmospheres and Interstellar Gas

April 11

PRESENTER:
Chia Lin Huang
EOS, Space Science Center
University of New Hampshire

TOPIC:
Highlights on Radiation Belt Research Using Van Allen Probes

April 4

PRESENTER:
T. A. Fritz

TOPIC:
A travelogue of my professional life

March 28

PRESENTER:
Prof. Paul Song
UMLCAR/Physics

TOPIC:
A Model of the Chromosphere: Heating, Structures, and Circulation

March 21

NO SEMINAR/SPRING BREAK

March 14

PRESENTER:
Ms. Kathleen Oram
UMLCAR

TOPIC:
Characterizing the Performance of MANIC

March 7

PRESENTER:
Dr. Christopher Mendillo
UMLCAR

TOPIC:
SPINR Sounding Rocket Measurements of Far-Ultraviolet Dust Scattering in Orion

February 28

PRESENTER:

Prof. Ivan Galkin
UMLCAR

TOPIC:
Challenges of assimilating LITES and DPTIS observations of peak ionospheric density in IRTAM/GAMBIT model

February 21

PRESENTER:
Dr. Jichun Zhang
Space Science Center
UNH
TOPIC:
EMIC Waves

February 14

PRESENTER:

Meg Noah/Bill Burke
UMLCAR

TOPIC:
Can we detect plasmoids from ground magnetometers?
February 7

PRESENTER:
Edisher Kaghashvili
Live Science and Technologies, LLC

TOPIC: Effects of Driven Waves on Solar, Magnetospheric, Ionospheric and Laboratory Plasma Dynamics

January 31

PRESENTER:
Shunrong Zhang
MIT Haystack Observatory

TOPIC:
Symmetric ionospheric variations at midlatitudes

January 24

PRESENTER:
Prof. Marty Lee
UNH Inst. for Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space

TOPIC:
Puzzles Associated with the Heliospheric Boundary

Fall Semester 2013 Talks
(WAN405 3pm unless otherwise noted)

December 13

NO SEMINAR - AGU

December 6

PRESENTER:
Prof. Paul Song
CAR/Physics

TOPIC:
Magnetosphere-ionosphere Dynamic Coupling: Reflection and Transmission for Alfven Waves, Song, P., and V. M. Vasyliūnas

November 29
NO SEMINAR

November 22

PRESENTERS:
Drs. Pei Chen Lai and William Burke

TOPIC:
Topside Electron Density Profiles Measured during COSMIC-GPS Occultation Intervals

PRESENTER:

November 15

PRESENTER:
Bertalan Zieger
Research Scientist
Boston University Center for Space Physics

TOPIC:
A slow bow shock ahead of the heliosphere

November 8
NO SEMINAR

November 1
NO SEMINAR

October 25 (WAN407)

PRESENTER:
Larisa Goncharenko
Research Scientist
MIT Haystack Observatory

TOPIC:
Lower atmospheric forcing and the ionosphere: what do we expect for high solar activity?

October 18

PRESENTER:
Prof. Juan Trelles
UML Mechanical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Wind Energy Research Group

TOPIC:
Frontiers in Computational Plasma Modeling: Turbulence and Radiation

October 11 (pm)

PRESENTER:
Dr. Lars Dyrud
Draper Laboratory

TOPIC:
Solving Earth and Space Science uncertainty one tiny satellite at a time

October 11 (am)

PRESENTER:
Prof. Weixing Wan
Inst. of Geology and Geophysics
Chinese Academy of Sciences

TOPIC:
Coupling between the Longitudinal Structure in the Ionosphere and the Non-migrating Tides in the Atmosphere

October 4 PRESENTER:
John Noto
Scientific Solutions

TOPIC:
Innovating Airglow-Facilitating the Aeronomy Ecosystem

September 27

PRESENTER:
Dr. Chris Mendillo
UMLCAR

TOPIC:
Direct imaging of an exoplanetary system using the PICTURE sounding rocket

September 20

PRESENTER:
Dr. Jiannan Tu
UMLCAR

TOPIC:
Alfven Wave Propagation, Reflection and Heating the Chromosphere

September 13

PRESENTER:
Prof. Nathan Schwadron
UNH Inst. for Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space

TOPIC:
The Interstellar Boundary Explorer and the IBEX Ribbon

September 6

PRESENTER:
Prof. Georges Grinstein
UML Computer Sciences Dept.
Director - Institute for Visualization + Perception Research Director - Center for Biomolecular and Medical Informatic

TOPIC:
Weave, a Web-Based Analysis and Visualization Environment and its Application to Large Data

 

Spring Semester 2013 Talks

May 3

PRESENTER:
Prof. Ivan Galkin
UMLCAR

TOPIC:
Space Physics vocabularies for virtual observatories: the science of ontology

April 26

NO SEMINAR

April 19

PRESENTER:
Dr. Brian Hicks
UMLCAR

TOPIC:
Approaches to space based high contrast/resolution multiband imaging

April 12

PRESENTER:
Dr. Nikole Lewis
Dept. of Earth, Atmospheric, & Planetary Sciences
MIT

TOPIC:
Atmospheric Circulation of Extrasolar Planets

April 5

PRESENTER:
Meredith Danowski
Department of Astronomy & Center for Space Physics
Boston University

TOPIC:
IMAGER launch success and new data

March 29

PRESENTER:
Maria de Soria-Santacruz Pich
MIT

TOPIC:

Linear and non-linear effects in high power antennae in magnetized plasmas

March 22

PRESENTER:
Mr. Artem Vesnin
UMLCAR

TOPIC:
Ionogram autoscaling using parametrized model of entire echo traces

March 15
NO SEMINAR (spring break)

March 8 (WAN405)
rescheduled to 3/22 due to storm

March 1

PRESENTER:
Dr. Jeffrey Baumgardner
Senior Research Scientist, Boston University

TOPIC:
Spectral Imaging of the Extended Atmospheres of the Moon, Jupiter and Mercury

February 22

PRESENTER:
Dr. Jiannan Tu
UMLCAR

TOPIC:
Numerical Simulation Methods in Space Plasma and Application to M-IT Coupling (Part II)

February 15 (WAN405)

PRESENTER:
Brian Fleming
Dept. of Physics and Astronomy
Johns Hopkins University

TOPIC:
The Search for Lyman Alpha Escape from Nearby Star-forming Galaxies

February 8, 2013

NO SEMINAR

February 1, 2013

PRESENTER:
Miles A. Sundermeyer
UMass Dartmouth

TOPIC:
Observations of Small-Scale Lateral Dispersion in the Ocean using Airborne Lidar

January 25, 2013

PRESENTER:
Dr. Jiannan Tu
UMLCAR

TOPIC:

Numerical Simulation Methods in Space Plasma and Application to M-IT Coupling (Part 1)

 
 
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