Seminar Series

The Center for Space Physics Seminar series features formal presentations of the latest research results by recognized experts in space science and engineering disciplines. Seminars convene every Thursday during the Fall and Spring semesters in room 502 of 725 Commonwealth Avenue from 4:00-4:45PM (with noted exceptions).

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Date Title/Subject Speaker Affiliation
1/23 (Joint with IAR) Too close for comfort! Consequences of a near-Earth supernova on the solar system Jesse Miller Boston University
1/26 EPREM For the People: Simplifying access to a sophisticated tool Matt Young University of New Hampshire
2/9 The science of the large scale heliosphere and the missions that made it possible Kostas Dialynas Academy of Athens
2/16 Jupiter’s auroras, magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling and magnetospheric dynamics from HST and Juno Jon Nichols University of Leicester
3/2 Aurorae – the faintest and the brightest: from Ganymede to Brown Dwarfs Joachim Saur University of Cologne
3/16 The Evolving Paradigm of the Subauroral Geospace Evgeny Mishin Air Force Research Laboratory
3/23 (zoom only) The importance of spacecraft charging for the Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer mission Mika Holmberg Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
3/30 The Swift Solar Activity X-ray Imager Rocket experiment (SSAXI-Rocket) Christopher Moore Harvard University
4/6 Magnetic reconnection and turbulence, interlinked stories approached through PIC simulations Jeffersson Agudelo Rueda Dartmouth
4/10 (Joint with IAR) Kelle Cruz CUNY Hunter
4/13 Drew Turner JHU/APL
4/20 Oceanic Fingerprints and Radiation Processes on the Surface of Europa Samantha Trumbo Cornell University
4/27 Li-Jen Chen NASA GSFC