• Prof. Keppel-Aleks and Dr. Raines carousel

    Two Climate & Space faculty receive awards

    College of Engineering awards cite significant contributions, accomplishments, and sustained excellence. Learn more »

  • CLaSP PhD Dr. Yeimy Rivera carousel

    Climate & Space PhD wins Richard F. and Eleanor A. Towner Prize

    Award is given to outstanding graduate students. Read more »

  • CLASP Prof. Allison Steiner carousel

    Prof. Steiner elected president of AGU Atmospheric Sciences section

    The prestigious position plays a major role in the formation of AGU science policy. Learn more »

  • CLASP Prof. Tamas Gombosi

    Prof. Tamas Gombosi to receive AGU John Adam Fleming Medal

    Prestigious honor conferred for “original research and technical leadership.” Read more »

  • CYGNSS satellite in orbit

    NASA extends CYGNSS hurricane-tracking satellite mission

    Led by CLASP Prof. Christopher Ruf, the mission is finding new uses for inland studies. Learn more »

Like Earth, space is a place of potentially violent storms, transferring energy from the solar wind into disturbances in our planet's atmosphere and space environment. These storms have the potential to cause disruptions and failures of networked systems around the world. In this discussion moderated by U-M College of Engineering Associate Dean for Research Eric Michielssen, we hear from Climate & Space Department Chair Prof. Tuija Pulkkinen, and Climate & Space Prof. Chris Ruf about the coming global storms and what Michigan Engineering is doing to better help warn and protect people against their risks.