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Photo of Chung-sang Ng Chung-sang Ng Associate Professor
(907) 474-7367

Expert in theoretical/computational plasma physics, with applications in space and fusion plasmas.

Research
Ng researches MHD turbulence; heating of the solar corona; Landau damping; BGK modes; magnetic reconnection; dusty plasmas; free-electron laser; mode conversion in fusion plasmas;field-line resonances in ionosphere/magnetosphere; hydrodynamic singularities; classical electrodynamics; and GPU computing.…

Photo of Soma Raj Panta Soma Raj Panta
907-474-7857

Research:  Plasma Fusion,  simulation and data analysis.

Photo of Beth Roberts Beth Roberts Physics Lab Manager
907-474-7857
Photo of Blake Stauffer Blake Stauffer
907-474-5747

Research interests include mechanisms of plasma transport in the magnetospheres of Jupiter and Saturn, and hybrid computational plasma physics.

Photo of Han Tang Han Tang

research interest: basic plasma theory, BGK mode

Photo of Martin Truffer Martin Truffer Professor
907-474-5823

Expert in glaciology, including glacier dynamics; subglacial processes; ice-ocean interaction; fast glacier flow; geophysical applications to glaciology; hot water drilling; and numerical modeling.

Joshua Vann
Andrew Vu

Research: My research study focuses on foreshock transient events at the bow shock using data from NASA’s Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) Mission.

Renate Wackerbauer Dept. Chair | Professor
907-474-6108
Photo of Hui Zhang Hui Zhang Associate Professor
907-474-5914

Research
Zhang studies the structure and dynamics of the Earth’s dayside magnetosphere including the magnetosheath, magnetopause, boundary layer, cusp; energetic particle acceleration by magnetic reconnection; diffusion region physics; the interaction of interplanetary shocks with the Earth’s bow shock, magnetosphere, and the global effects resulting from the interaction, such as particle accelerations in the inner magnetosphere and magnetic pulsations on the ground; foreshock phenomena such as Hot Flow Anomalies and foreshock cavities and MHD simulations.…

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