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Photo of Mark Conde Mark Conde Associate Professor
Hyunju Kim Connor Assistant Professor
907-474-5421

Expert in the interaction of the solar wind with the near-Earth space environment and the physics of magnetospheres.

 

Photo of Ellen Craig Ellen Craig Office Manager
(907) 474-7339
Photo of Peter Delamere Peter Delamere Professor
907-474-6442

Expert in comparative magnetospheric physics with an emphasis on the numerical simulation of space plasmas using hybrid and multi-fluid techniques.

More on research
Delamere has studied the solar wind interaction with the giant magnetospheres of Jupiter and Saturn, comets, Pluto, and the plasma interaction at Io.…

John Elliot
Photo of Rajan Itani Rajan Itani

Research area: Geodesy (Crustal deformation)

Jaewoong Jung

Research interest is space physics

Photo of Chris Knowles Chris Knowles

Research:
I work in the glaciology department to model glacier flow. My research looks for what can induce critical geometries and surge initiations during the quiescence phase of surge-type glaciers.…

Photo of Roman Makarevich Roman Makarevich Professor
907-474-7075

Expert in radio remote sensing of the ionosphere and magnetosphere.

Affiliations
CNSM Department of Physics
Geophysical Institute

Education
PhD Space Physics – University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada
MSc Physics – St.-Petersburg State University, St.-Petersburg, Russia
BSc Physics – St.-Petersburg State University, St.-Petersburg, Russia

Geneva Mottet

My research interest is in applying non-linear dynamics to biological models. I am currently working on a physics masters.

Photo of Bishwa Naupane Bishwa Naupane

Research Interest: I am interested in charged particle behavior in the magnetic field, especially space plasmas and their interaction with the planetary magnetic field (Currently working on the transport in fast rotating magneto-discs).

Photo of David Newman David Newman Professor

Complex theory

907-474-7858

Expert in complex systems with a focus on the efficiency of power grids.

Research
Complex systems range from solid state systems through human social systems to engineered systems.…

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