Michael MendilloMichael Mendillo thinks he heads our research group in the Center for Space Physics. He is a faculty member in the Department of Astronomy and in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. When not in Fenway Park, his research interests include ionospheric and space plasma physics, planetary atmospheres, historical astronomy, space based "active" experiments, and ground based optical and radio diagnostics.
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Jeff Baumgardner, MA, Boston University |
SENIOR RESEARCH ASSOCIATE
His research interests include designing and building low-light-level imaging instruments, and their scientific application to the aeronomy of Earth and solar system bodies.
Carlos Martinis, Lic. Fisica, Universidad Nacional de
Tucuman, Argentina; Ph.D. Boston University
RESEARCH ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
His research interests include studying the electrodynamics of the equatorial and low latitude ionospheres. He uses all-sky imagers, FPI's and various theoretical and empirical models.
Steve Smith, Ph.D., University of Canterbury.
SENIOR RESEARCH SCIENTIST
His research involves the imaging and study of gravity-wave activity in the night-time mesosphere, as well as the imaging and study of the lunar sodium tail.
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BA Astronomy, Boston University
Research interests: Earth's ionosphere; Ionospheric storms.
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