Department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering in the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan

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John Haiducek
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John D Haiducek

Office: 2109 SRB
Email: jhaiduce@umich.edu

Education

M.S., Applied Physics, Air Force Institute of Technology

B.S., Physics, U.S. Air Force Academy

Specializations and Research Interests

  • Numerical modeling
  • Space weather
  • Computational fluid dynamics
  • Scientific visualization

Publications

Haiducek, J. D., Welling, D. T., Morley, S. K., Ganushkina, N. Y. Öztürk, D. S. “SWMF Global Magnetosphere Simulations of January 2005: Geomagnetic Indices and Cross-Polar Cap Potential.” Space Weather, 2017 (accepted).

Jordanova, V. K., Delzanno, G. L., Henderson, M. G., Godinez, H. C., Jeffery, C. A., Lawrence, E. C., Morley, S. K., Moulton, J. D., Vernon, L. J., Woodroffe, J. R., Brito, T. V., Engel, M. A., Meierbachtol, C. S., Svyatsky, D., Yu, Y., Tóth, G., Welling, D. T., Chen, Y., Haiducek, J., Markidis, S., Albert, J. M., Birn, J., Denton, M. H., Horne, R. B. “Specification of the near-Earth space environment with SHIELDS.” Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (accepted).

Mandt, K.E., Eriksson, A., Edberg, N.J.T., Koenders, C., Broiles, T., Fuselier, S. A., Henri, P., Nemeth, Z., Alho, M., Biver, N., Beth, A., Burch, J., Carr, C., Chae, K., Coates, A. J., Cupido, E., Galand, M., Glassmeier, K.-H., Goetz, C., Goldstein, R., Hansen, K. C., Haiducek, J., Kallio, E., Lebereton, J.-P., Luspay-Kuti, A., Mokashi, P., Nilsson, H., Opitz, A., Richter, I., Samara, M., Szego, K., Tzou, C.-Y., Volwerk, M., Wedlund, C. Simon Wieser, G. Stenberg. “RPC observation of the development and evolution of plasma interaction boundaries at 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.” Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2016.

Tóth, G., Jia, X., Markidis, S., Bo Peng, I., Chen, Y., Daldorff, L.K.S., Tenishev, V., Borovikov, D., Haiducek, J.D., Gombosi, T., Glocer, A., Dorelli, J.C. “Extended Magnetohydrodynamics with Embedded Particle-in-Cell Simulation of Ganymede’s Magnetosphere.” Journal of Geophysical Research, 2016.

Updated: 2017-11-28