Charles W. Smith

Biographical Information


Education

  • Ph.D. in Physics, September 1981, College of William and Mary.
    • Thesis Title: The Structure of Axisymmetric Turbulence
    • Advisor: David C. Montgomery.
  • M.S. in Physics, January 1979, College of William and Mary.
  • B.S. in Physics and Mathematics, May 1977, University of Maryland.
  • Graduated with Honors, May 1973, Mount Saint Joseph's High School, Baltimore, Maryland.

Employment

Professional Societies

Individual Honors and Awards

  • Awarded Editor's Citation for Excellence in Refereeing, Journal of Geophysical Research -- Space Physics, 1993.
  • Awarded Editor's Citation for Excellence in Refereeing, Journal of Geophysical Research -- Space Physics, 1997.
  • NASA Group Achievement Award to the Voyager Interstellar Mission Team.
  • NASA Group Achievement Award to the Van Allen Probes Project Team.

Scientific Panels and Professional Activities

  • Participant in NASA Solar Terrestrial Physics Working Group (Coolfont Workshop), 1982.
  • Member of Organizing Committee for Particle Acceleration in Cosmic Plasmas Workshop (Newark, Delaware), December 4-6, 1991.
  • Member of U. of Del. Doctoral Dissertation Committee for W. Troy Stribling, 1991.
    • Dissertation Title: Relaxation Processes in Turbulent Magnetohydrodynamic Decay
  • Member of the NASA Space Physics Cosmic and Heliospheric Data System Coordination Team, July 1994 to December 1997.
  • Member of organizing committee for Journal of Plasma Physics special issues (J. Plasma Phys., 56(3), December 1996 and 57(1), February 1997) celebrating David Montgomery's contributions to the field.
  • Member of the Delaware Valley Space Grant Consortium Advisory Board, November 2001 to June 2003.
  • Member of the Living with a Star Heliospheric Strategy Panel, November 2002 through 2004.
  • Member of Program Committee, US Planning Workshop for the 2007 International Heliospheric Year (Subspot, New Mexico), April 2004.
  • Working Group leader for SHINE Meeting, June/July 2004.
  • Member of NASA Solar Probe Science Definition Team, 2004 to 2008.
  • Member of UNH Doctoral Dissertation Committee for Lucas A. Saul, 2005.
    • Dissertation Title: Interstellar Helium Pickup Ion Flux Variations Observed with SOHO/CELIAS
  • Appointed membership on NASA Solar & Heliospheric MOWG, July 2005 to 2008.
  • Member of UNH Doctoral Dissertation Committee for Kristin D. C. Simunac, 2009.
    • Dissertation Title: Solar Wind Stream Interfaces: The Importance of Time, Longitude, and Latitude Separation Between Points of Observation
  • Member of UNH Doctoral Dissertation Committee for Taylor Connor, 2008 to 2012.
    • Dissertation Title: Examining Celestial Polarization with the Gamma-Ray Polarimeter Experiment (GRAPE)
  • Member of Solar Heliospheric & Interplanetary Environment (SHINE) Steering Committee, 2009 to 2012.
  • Chair of organizing committee for "Joint Meeting of the ACE / SOHO / STEREO / WIND Spacecraft Teams", Kennebunkport, Maine, June 2010.
  • Chair of organizing committee for "Meeting on Solar Wind Turbulence", Kennebunkport, Maine, June 2013.

Postdoctoral Scientists Supervised

  • Supervised Postdoctoral Scientist Nikhil S. Padhye, 1998--2000.
  • Supervised Postdoctoral Scientist Qiang Hu, 2001--2003.

Graduate Students Supervised

  • Supervised graduate student Robert J. Leamon, 1995--1999.
    • Awarded Ph.D. in Physics by The University of Delaware, January 2000.
    • Dissertation Title: Dissipation of Magnetic Fluctuations in the Solar Wind.
    • Supervised his Postdoctoral Scientist appointment, 2000.
  • Supervised Graduate Student Researcher Nazim Dugan, summer 2004.
  • Supervised Graduate Student Researcher Kathleen Hamilton, summer 2004.
  • Supervised Graduate Student Researcher Kristoff W. Paulson, summer 2012 to present.
  • Supervised Graduate Student Researcher Anthony Saikin, summer 2013 to present.

Undergraduate Students Supervised

  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Zach Schroeder, summer 2000.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Benjamin T. MacBride, 2004--2007.
    • Senior Thesis Title: Turbulence of the Solar Wind.
    • M.S. in Physics from UC/Berkeley, fall 2008.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Marissa F. Vogt, summer 2004.
    • M.S. in Physics from UCLA, fall 2010.
    • Ph.D. in Geophysics and Space Physics from University of California, Los Angeles, 2012.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Vasiliy S. Vorotnikov, 2005--2008.
    • Awarded Barry M. Goldwater Fellowship, 2007-09.
    • Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from University of Delaware, 2014.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher David T. Sodaitis, 2006--2008.
    • Senior Thesis Title: Shock Acceleration of the Energetic Particle Background in the Solar Wind
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Jeffrey A. Tessein, 2006--2009.
    • Senior Thesis Title: Turbulence Associated with Corotating Interaction Regions
    • Ph.D. in Physics from University of Delaware, 2015.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Natasha Leuchanka, Spring 2008.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Zachary W. Laforet, 2007--2008.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Michael H. Winder, 2007--2010.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Nathan A. Hill from Colby College, summer 2008.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher David E. Connick from Colby College, summers 2008, 2010.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Julia E. Stawarz, 2008--2011.
    • Senior Thesis Title: The Turbulent Magnetohydrodynamic Cascade: Applications of Third-Moment Theory to the Solar Wind at 1 AU
    • Ph.D. University of Colorado Boulder, 2016.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Colin J. Joyce, 2009--2011.
    • Senior Thesis Title: Electromagnetic Waves Excited by Newborn Interstellar Pickup Ions: Examination of Voyager Observations from 1 to 4.5 AU
    • Ph.D. University of New Hampshire, 2016.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher James A. Tinsley, 2009--2010.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Bradford E. Cannon, 2010--2013.
    • Senior Thesis Title: A Discussion on Interstellar Pickup Ions
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Matthew R. Stemkowski, 2010--2012.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Calum J. Meredith from University of Leicester, summers 2010 & 2011.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Jesse T. Coburn, 2011--2016.
    • Senior Thesis Title: The Turbulent Energy Cascade
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Gift Ntuli from Colby College, summer 2011.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Luke F. Jablonski, spring 2012.
  • Supervised Undergradaute Researcher Poornima Aggarwal from Cooper Union College, summer 2012.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Austin R. Atkins, summer 2012 to 2013.
    • Senior Thesis Title: Assessing the Evolution of the Solar Wind Through the Spectrum of Velocity Fluctuations from 1 - 5 AU
  • Supervised Undergradaute Researcher John M. Heavisides, summer 2012.
  • Supervised Undergradaute Researcher Leslie J. Lamarche, summers 2012 and 2013.
  • Supervised Undergradaute Researcher Steven T. Orlove, summer and fall 2012.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher David K. Taylor from R.P.I., summers 2012 and 2013.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Chrystal S. Moser, fall 2012 to fall 2013.
    • Senior Thesis Title: Design and Fabrication of Miniaturized Fluxgate Magnetometer for SIGMA and Other CubeSats
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Charles R. Stine, spring and summer 2013.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Molly L. Goelzer, summer 2013 to fall 2014.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Megan L. McLaurin, summer 2013.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Meghan K. Fisher, summer 2014.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Devin W. Thomas, summer 2014, 2015.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Anthony LaRosa, summer 2015.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Anthony Velte, fall 2015 to spring 2016.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Joshua Goodnow, summer 2016 to present.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Tyler Schroeder, fall 2016.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Nicholas Richards, February 2018 to present.
  • Supervised Undergraduate Researcher Sophia J. Hollick, September 2017 to present.
  • Supervised Undergradaute Researcher Zackary B. Pine, September 2017 to present.
  • Supervised Undergradaute Researcher Julia Fitzgibbons, May 2018 to present.
  • Supervised Undergradaute Researcher Ally Bickford, June 2018 to present.

High School Students Supervised

  • Supervised High School Student Researcher Sarah Owocki, summer 2001.
  • Supervised High School Student Researchers Amanda Angell and Tom Hughes, summer 2002.
  • Supervised High School Student Travis Glines, summer 2004.
  • Supervised High School Student Heather Briggs, summers 2004 & 2005.
  • Supervised High School Student Researcher Michael G. Moebius, summers 2004 & 2005.
  • Supervised High School Student Researcher Adrian B. Culver, summer 2007.
  • Supervised High School Student Researcher Gabriel E. Isman, 2007--2008.
  • Supervised High School Student Researcher David Isenberg, 2009--2011.
  • Supervised High School Student Researcher Megan L. McLaurin, summer 2011.
  • Supervised High School Student Researcher Sophia J. Hollick, January 2016 to September 2017.
  • Supervised High School Student Researcher Zackary B. Pine, June 2016 to September 2017.
  • Supervised High School Student Researcher Tyler Schroeder, summer 2016.
  • Supervised High School Student Researcher Ethan Chapman, fall 2016 to spring 2017.
  • Supervised High School Student Researcher Angelina Minocha, spring 2017.
  • Supervised High School Student Researcher Abigale Watson, summer 2018.
  • Supervised High School Student Researcher Anastasia Marchuk, summer 2018.
  • Supervised High School Student Researcher Shreya Dua, summer 2018.

K--12 Outreach Efforts

  • Science Advisor and Contributing Author to Earth and Sky, 1992-2003.
    • Earth and Sky is a syndicated program dedicated to geophysics, space physics, and astronomy that is broadcast on over 950 commercial and public radio stations nationwide with a listening audience of 4 million people.
  • Mentoring Wilmington Charter School (high school) students working on solar wind and space physics problems, 1998 -- 2003.
  • Invited Talks Before K--12 Teachers:
    • ``The Advanced Composition Explorer,'' Delaware AeroSpace Education Foundation's First Annual Space Science Symposium, University of Delaware, November 1998.
    • ``Recent Results From The Advanced Composition Explorer Spacecraft,'' Delaware AeroSpace Education Foundation's Second Annual Space Science Symposium, University of Delaware, October 1999.
    • ``Recent Attempts to Understand Large Plasma Structures in Space,''
      Invited Talk at the Delaware AeroSpace Education Foundation's Third Annual Space Science Symposium, University of Delaware, November 2000.
    • ``Is There Sound in Space?,'' Invited Talk at the Delaware AeroSpace Education Foundation's Fourth Annual Space Science Symposium, University of Delaware, November 2001.
    • ``Geomagnetic Storms, Solar Activity and the Solar Wind,'' New Hampshire Science Teachers Association Science Education Conference, March 23, 2004.
    • ``How to Build a Robotic Spacecraft,'' C. W. Smith, J. Connell, and M. Popecki, New Hampshire Science Teachers Association Science Education Conference, February 22, 2005.
    • ``UNH Project SMART Environmental and Space Science Modules,'' R. N. Rock and C. W. Smith, New Hampshire Science Teachers Association Science Education Conference, October 29, 2007.
    • ``Project Auroral Glimpse,'' C. W. Smith, L. Broad, S. Goelzer, and R. Levergood, New Hampshire Science Teachers Association Spring Meeting 2013.
    • ``Introduction to Space Weather,'' C. W. Smith, New Hampshire Science Teachers Association Science Fall Meeting 2015.
    • ``Project SMART High-Altitude Ballooning with High School Students,'' S. Goelzer, L. Broad, R. Levergood and C. W. Smith, New Hampshire Science Teachers Association Fall Meeting 2015.
  • Consulting Scientist for Cosmic and Heliospheric Learning Center ``Ask Us'' interactive learning feature, 2002-2008.
  • Mentor and project leader in UNH Project SMART, 2003-present. Space Science module lead since 2006. Project SMART is a summer research program for high school students interested in careers in science.
    • Lead Project ``ACE Transit of the Earth's Magnetosphere,'' summer 2004. Students Heather Briggs and Travis Glines.
    • Lead Project ``Particle Acceleration at Interplanetary Shocks,'' summer 2006. Students Adrian Culver and Gabe Isman.
    • Co-Lead Project ``Crater FTEs'' with C.J. Farrugia, summer 2009.
    • Lead Project ``Study of Waves due to Interstellar Pickup Ions,'' summer 2010. Students Megan McLaurin and Vasilis Morkotinis.
    • Lead Project ``Interplanetary Turbulence using the Voyager Spacecraft,'' summer 2011. Students Julia Heredia and Mariel Cabrera.
    • Lead Project ``Sheath Flow Around Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections,'' summer 2012. Student Andrew Mahn.
    • Lead Project ``Computing the Alfven Radius Using 1 AU Observations,'' summer 2013. Student Brandon Ng.
    • Lead Project ``Using Voyager 2 to Predict the HMF at Pluto for New Horizons,'' summer 2014. Students Nick Payne and Jared Spang.
    • Lead Project ``Examination of Waves due to Interstellar Pickup Ions,'' summer 2014. Students Jared Spang and Nick Payne.
    • Lead Project ``Source of Accelerated Particles Found in Shocks,'' summer 2015. Students Shereen Elaidi, Desmond Maynard, and Milap Patel.
    • Lead Project, ``Observations of Magnetic Waves in the Voyager Data Set,'' summer 2016. Student Marios Socrates Dimitriadis.
    • Lead Project, ``Measenger Treasure Hunt: Search for Physics at the Kinetic Scales,'' summer 2017. Students Keeyote Slover-Carpenter, Suat Utku Inal, Elizabeth Orlando, Drew Stetson, Cheyenne Stirnweis, Carolyn Stoller, and Crisleidy Tejada.
    • Co-Lead Project, ''Building Fluxgate Magnetometers,'' summer 2017. Students Gino Catruch, William Murray, Harlan Turner, Karmeron Virkaitis, and Andrew Wasylyna.

Research Grant Support

Principal Investigator:

  • 2018-2019, NASA Heliospheric Guest Investigator Program Grant to the University of New Hampshire: ``EMIC Waves and Associated Relativistic Electron Precipitation'' No-Cost Extension.
  • 2017-2018, NASA Heliospheric Guest Investigator Program Grant to the University of New Hampshire: ``Voyager MAG Observations at Kinetic Scales: Pickup Ion Waves and Turbulence from 1 to 35 AU''.
  • 2016-2019, NSF/SHINE Program Grant to the University of New Hampshire: ``Using the Solar Wind as a Turbulence Laboratory to Investigate the Role of Intermittency and Shear''.
  • 2016-2017, NASA Grant to the University of New Hampshire: ``Proposal to Support Voyager MAG Studies''.
  • 2009-2012, NSF Annual Solicitation for Research in Support of the National Space Weather Program Grant to the University of New Hampshire: ``Automated Shock Analysis for Space Weather Predictions''.
  • 2008-2011, NASA Heliospheric Guest Investigator Program Grant to the University of New Hampshire: ``Turbulent MHD Cascade in the Solar Wind: The Interconnection of Energy Input, Spectra, Third Moment, and Heating''.
  • 2001-2004, NASA Sun-Earth Connection Guest Investigator Program Grant to the University of Delaware: ``Comparative Study of Interplanetary Magnetic Field Turbulence at High and Low Latitudes Using the Ulysses and Voyager Spacecraft''.
  • 1997-2000, NASA Heliospheric Missions Guest Investigator Research and Analysis Program Grant to the University of Delaware: ``Investigation of Interplanetary Turbulence at High Latitude Using the Ulysses Spacecraft''.
  • 1993-1996, NASA Neptune Data Analysis Program Grant to the University of Delaware: ``Magnetic Field Waves at Neptune's Bow Shock''.
  • 1992-1996, NASA Cosmic and Heliospheric Physics Coordinated Heliospheric Observations Program Grant to the University of Delaware: ``Turbulent and Large Scale Interplanetary Magnetic Fields''.
  • 1988-1991, NASA Uranus Data Analysis Program Grant to the University of Delaware: ``Magnetic Field Waves at Uranus''.
  • 1988-1991, NASA Pioneer-Venus Guest Investigator Program Grant to the University of Delaware: ``Radial Evolution of the Solar Wind Turbulence with Application to Charged Particle Transport''.
  • 1982-1983, NASA ISEE Guest Investigator Program Grant to the University of New Hampshire.

Co-Investigator or Co-Principal Investigator:

  • 2018-2021, Co-Investigator on NASA Heliophysics Supporting Research Grant to the University of New Hampshire: ``Pickup-Ion-Driven Turbulence and Heating of the Solar Wind''; P. A. Isenberg, P.I.
  • 2017-2020, Co-Investigator on NASA Heliophysics Grand Challenge Grant to the University of New Hampshire: ``Physical Origins of Suprathermal Ion Populations Throughout the Heliosphere''; N. Lugaz, P.I.
  • 2017-2020, Co-Investigator on NASA Heliospheric Supporting Research Grant to Southwest Research Institute: ``A Systematic Study of the Physics of Energetic Storm Particle Events Near Earth Orbit''; R. Ebert, P.I.
  • 2015-2018, Co-Investigator on NASA Heliospheric Guest Investigator Grant to the University of New Hampshire: ``EMIC Waves and Associated Relativistic Electron Precipitation''; J. Chen, P.I.
  • 2014-2016, Co-Investigator on NSF / SHINE Grant to the University of New Hampshire: ``Statistical Analysis of Magnetic Helicity of the Solar Wind Turbulence at Kinetic Scales''; B. J. Vasquez, P.I.
  • 2013-2016, Co-Investigator on NASA Heliospheric Guest Investigator Grant to Southwest Research Institute: ``Understanding the Links Between Energetic Storm Particle Events and Large Solar Energetic Particles Events''; M. Desai, P.I.
  • 2011-2013, Co-Investigator on NASA Heliophysics Theory Program Grant to the University of New Hampshire: ``Turbulence and Kinetic Plasma Physics in the Solar Wind''; B. Chandran, P.I.
  • 2010-2013, Co-Investigator on DOE Grant to the University of New Hampshire ``Cluster for Integrated Computation and Analysis of Reconnection and Turbulence (CICART)''; A. Bhattacharjee, P.I.
  • 2009-2012, Co-Investigator on NASA Solar & Heliospheric Guest Investigator Program Grant: ``Understanding of Preferential Acceleration of Heavy Ions in the Heliosphere with Ulysses and ACE Particle and Wave Data''; V. Shevchenko, P.I.
  • 2008-2011, Co-Investigator on NASA Solar & Heliospheric Guest Investigator Program Grant to the University of New Hampshire: ``Upstream Waves at Interplanetary Shocks: Comparison of Observations and Theory''; M. Lee, P.I.
  • 2007-2010, Co-Investigator on NASA Solar & Heliospheric Guest Investigator Program Grant to the University of New Hampshire: ``Detection and Analysis of MHD Waves Generated by Interstellar Pickup Protons''; P. Isenberg, P.I.
  • 2006-2009, Co-Investigator on NSF Physics Program Grant to the University of New Hampshire: ``Numerical Simulations of the Turbulent Cascade in the Solar Wind at Kinetic Scales''; S.A. Markovskii, P.I
  • 2005-2008, Co-Investigator on NASA Solar & Heliospheric SR&T Program Grant to the University of New Hampshire: ``The Structure of Magnetic Clouds in the Inner Heliosphere: An Approach Through the Grad-Shafranov Equation''; C. Farrugia, P.I.
  • 2005-2008, Co-Investigator on NASA Solar & Heliospheric SR&T Program Grant to the Univesity of New Hampshire: ``Dissipation of the Nearly Perpendicular Turbulence in the Solar Wind''; B. Vasquez, P.I.
  • 2005-2008, Co-Investigator on NASA Solar & Heliospheric SR&T Program Grant: ``Analysis of Velocity Fluctuations in Solar Wind Turbulence''; J. Borovsky, P.I.
  • 2005-2008, Co-Investigator on NASA Living With A Star Program Grant to Southwest Research Institute: ``Data Analysis and Modeling of Large Solar Energetic Particle Events of Solar Cycle 23''; M. Desai, P.I.
  • 2004-2007, Co-Investigator on NASA Sun-Earth Connections Guest Investigator Program Grant: ``Verifying, Refining, and Extending the Two-Component Analysis of Solar-Wind Turbulence: The Maltese Cross''; J. Borovsky, P.I.
  • 2003-2006, Co-Investigator on NASA Research on the Structure of the Solar Wind at 1 AU Program Grant: ``Reconstruction of Solar Wind Structures from Multi-Spacecraft Data''; Q.~Hu, P.I.
  • 2003-2006, Co-Investigator on NASA Research on the Structure of the Solar Wind at 1 AU Program Grant: ``Statistical Characterization of Solar Wind Fluctuations at 1 AU Using Multiple Spacecraft Data''; W. H. Matthaeus, P.I.
  • 2003-2006, Co-Investigator on NASA Research on the Structure of the Solar Wind at 1 AU Program Grant: ``How the Various Types of MHD Turbulence in the Solar Wind Affect the Coupling of the Solar Wind to the Earth's Magnetosphere''; J. Borovsky, P.I.
  • 2003-2006, Co-Investigator on NASA Research on the Structure of the Solar Wind at 1 AU Program Grant: ``Multi-Point Observation of Interplanetary Shocks at 1 AU''; A. Szabo, P.I.
  • 2003-2006, Co-Investigator on NASA Sun-Earth Connection of Living With a Star Solar or Heliospheric Physics Program Grant: ``Energetic Particle Acceleration at CME-Driven Shocks''; D. Lario, P.I.
  • 2002-2005, Co-Investigator on NASA Living With A Star Program Grant: ``Forecasting Shocks and Energetic Particle Hazards Using L1 Monitors''; C. M. S. Cohen, P.I.
  • 2002-2005, Co-Principal Investigator on NSF ATM -- Solar Terrestrial Program Grant: ``Space Weather Prediction with Cosmic Rays''; J. Bieber, P.I.
  • 2001-2004, Co-Investigator on NASA Sun-Earth Connection Guest Investigator Program Grant: ``Wave-Ion Dynamics in the Solar Wind''.
  • 2001-2004, Co-Investigator on NASA Sun-Earth Connection Guest Investigator Program Grant: ``Using Multi-Spacecraft Observations to Investigate the Acceleration of Particles at Interplanetary Shocks and Their Transport in the Solar Wind''.
  • 1997-2000, Co-Principal Investigator on NSF Office of Science and Technology Infrastructure Grant: ``Development of a Modernized Bartol Research Institute Computing Facility''; W. H. Matthaeus, P.I.
  • 1990-1997, Co-Investigator on NASA Space Physics Theory Program Grant: ``Particle Acceleration, Transport, and Turbulence in Cosmic and Heliospheric Physics''; W. H. Matthaeus, P.I.
    • Initial funding period from 1990-1993.
    • Renewal funding period from 1993-1996.
    • Final funding from 1996-1997.
  • 1989-1995, Co-Investigator on NASA Cosmic and Heliospheric Physics Branch Grant: ``Turbulence and Particle Transport in Space Plasmas''.
    • Initial funding period from 1989-1991.
    • Renewal funding period from 1991-1993.
    • Renewal funding period from 1993-1995.
  • 1989-1993, Co-Principal Investigator on NSF Solar Terrestrial Program Grant: ``Cosmic Rays and Interplanetary Magnetic Field''.
    • Initial funding period from 1989-1990.
    • Renewal funding period from 1990-1993.
  • 1988-1990, Co-Investigator on NASA Astrophysical Theory Program Grant to the Bartol Research Institute: ``Coordinated Research on Nonthermal Astrophysics''.
  • 1981-1987, Co-Investigator on NASA Solar--Terrestrial Theory Program Grant to the University of New Hampshire; L. A. Fisk, P.I.

Research Contract Support:

  • 2006-present, Co-Investigator on University of Iowa subcontract to the University of New Hampshire: ``Electric and Magnetic Field Instrument Suite and Integrated Science on Radiation Belt Storm Probes.''
  • 2003-present, Principal Investigator on California Institute of Technology subcontract to the University of New Hampshire: ``ACE/MAG Maintenance and Data Analysis.''
    • Renewed following 2005 Senior Review for period 2006-2010.
    • Renewed following 2010 Senior Review for period 2011-2015.
    • Renewed following 2015 Senior Review for period 2016-2018.
    • Renewed following 2015 Senior Review for period 2018-2020.
  • 1995-2001, Co-Investigator on Jet Propulsion Laboratory subcontract to the Bartol Research Institute: ``Proposal for Re-Confirmation of Voyager MAG Team''.
  • 1994-1997, Co-Investigator on NOAA subcontract to the Bartol Research Institute to provide real-time solar wind data from ACE magnetometer.

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