DR. MIHO JANVIER
SOLAR / SPACE PHYSICIST
Miho Janvier is a space physicist at the Institut d’Astrophysique Spatiale, France. Her work focuses on the understanding of when solar flares occur, how solar storms travel in space and how they impact planetary environments in the solar system. In a nutshell, she works towards a better prediction of "space weather," with a goal of better understanding the influence of the Sun's activity on human societies. She uses data from space missions from NASA, ESA and JAXA as well as developing 3D computer models of solar eruptions.
Miho is also involved as the deputy project scientist on the instrument SPICE as well as a scientific co-Investigator on the instrument EUI on board Solar Orbiter, the next European Space Agency mission to explore the Sun and its close neighbourhood.
Her passion for astrophysics and science communication has led her to develop several science communication projects: she partnered with the movie production company TreeHouse Digital Ltd to develop a 360 degrees experience of a solar storm using science data and VFX, and is currently developing a project to showcase the Solar Orbiter mission in Virtual Reality.
SOLAR PHYSICS - SPACE PHYSICS - PLASMA PHYSICS
45. COMPARING THE PROPERTIES OF ICME-INDUCED FORBUSH DECREASES AT EARTH AND MARS
J. L. Freiherr von Forstner, J. Guo, R. F. Wimmer-Schweingruber et al. (including M. Janvier)
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, Volume 125, Issue 3, (2020) Paper Here
44. ELECTRIC CURRENT EVOLUTION AT THE FOOTPOINTS OF SOLAR ERUPTIONS
K. Barczynski, G. Aulanier, M. Janvier, et al. (2020) Paper Here
43. MAGNETIC TWIST PROFILE INSIDE MAGNETIC CLOUDS DERIVED WITH A SUPERPOSED EPOCH ANALYSIS
V. Lanabere, S. Dasso, P. Démoulin, M. Janvier, et al.
Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 635, id.A85, 13 pp. (2020) Paper Here
42. RE-ANALYSIS OF LEPPING'S FITTING METHOD FOR MAGNETIC CLOUDS: LUNDQUIST FIT RELOADED
P. Démoulin, S. Dasso, M. Janvier, V. Lanabere
Solar Physics, Volume 294, Issue 12, id.172 (2019) Paper here
41. GENERIC PROFILES OF INTERPLANETARY CORONAL MASS EJECTIONS AT MERCURY, VENUS AND EARTH FROM SUPERPOSED EPOCH ANALYSES
M. Janvier, R. Winslow, S. Good, E. Bonhomme, T. Amerstorfer et al.
Journal of Geophysical Research - Space Physics, 124, 812 (2019) Paper here
Dr. Janvier's outreach programs bring science to a general audience in a fun and interactive way.
SolAR Experience: from the Sun to the solar system in augmented reality
Solar Orbiter Virtual Experience: Explore the ESA mission in virtual reality
To book Dr. Janvier for an event send her an email.