Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering
1436 CSRBClimate & Space Research Building University of Michigan 2455 Hayward Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2143
Ph.D., M.S., Atmospheric and Space Science, University of Michigan, 1997
Plasma transport in the ionosphere and magnetosphere of the Earth and other solar system bodies.
On the Meyers-Briggs personality test, I used to be an INTJ, but now I am an ENFJ, The Protagonist
Prospective PhD students: I typically have 3 or 4 PhD students at any one time, which means that I take a new grad student most years. My current projects span global magnetospheric magnetospheric dynamics, energetic particle transport, and MI-coupling for the space environments of not only Earth but also other planets.
Prospective undergrad researchers: I typically have 1 or 2 undergrad students working on directed research projects, via SPACE 499. After a term or two, if the working relationship is mutually agreeable, then I will sometimes continue supporting an undergrad researcher as an hourly employee.
Some recent/big service roles:
As of March 2018, author or co-author of 194 peer-reviewed publications in print, press, or submitted (53 first author) and 546 scientific presentations (80 invited).
Please see my CV (link above) for more information about my publications and research activities.
My ISI Web of Science ResearcherID number is H-8703-2012.
My ORCID number is 0000-0002-7039-2631.