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CURRENT RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

2020 - Present

BEPI-COLOMBO CRUISE PHASE SCIENCE STUDY GROUP

Bepi-Colombo is a JAXA- ESA mission on its way to Mercury. As its instruments will be working during the cruise phase of the mission, the study group will investigate potential science targets.

2015 - Present

European Space Agency SOLAR ORBITER

 (M CLASS MISSION)

I am the Deputy Project Scientist within the Lead Operation Team at IAS for the SPICE instrument (spectroimaging of the Sun’s atmosphere).

I am also a scientific co-investigator on the EUI instrument (Extreme Ultra Violet imaging) and a member of the MADAWG Group (Solar Orbiter Data Analysis Working Group).

 

​2019 - Present

ENHANCED SOLAR WEATHER ANALYSIS AT THE MEDOC CENTER FOR ESA SPACE SITUATION AWARENESS (SSA)

MEDOC, the space missions-database for solar physics data center at IAS was awarded a contract from ESA within the Space Weather Awareness program. I work as part of the team at IAS to design, develop, improve and produce data for the ESA SSA portal, especially maps of electric currents in active regions.

PAST RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

2019 - 2020

BEPI-COLOMBO/SOLAR ORBITER COORDINATED OBSERVATIONS WORKING GROUP 

As both JAXA-ESA Bepi-Colombo and ESA-NASA Solar Orbiter missions are in their cruise phases, coordinated observations need to planned. This is the aim of the working group.

Summer 2019

NASA Frontier Development Lab,

Core Domain Mentor

I participated in NASA Frontier Development Lab 2019 edition as a core domain mentor to the heliophysics team "Expanding the capabilities of NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory". Frontier Development Lab (FDL) applies AI technologies to science to push the frontiers of research and develop new tools to help solve some of the biggest challenges that humanity faces. These range from the effects of climate change to predicting space weather, from improving disaster response, to identifying meteorites that could hold the key to the history of our universe. FDL is a public-private partnership with NASA in the USA and ESA in Europe.

2018

MEMBER OF THE ESA HELIOPHYSICS ARCHIVES USER GROUP

Helped ESA develop the heliophysics database and coordinate
the user activities for the Sun-Heliophysics database.

2017-2018

GUEST INVESTIGATOR, PROBA2 PROPOSAL

The evolution of flux ropes and their accompanying filament/prominence during eruptive flares (ROB, Belgium)

 

August 2006

RESEARCH PROJECT (BACHELOR)

University of Tokyo – NAOJ
Department of Astrophysics, (Tokyo, Japan)
“Identification of galaxies (redshift ~ 0.5) in the SUBARU telescope data”,
Supervisors: Prof. Nomoto, Prof. Doi

2015

MEMBER OF THE INSTANT MISSION PROPOSAL TEAM (ESA/CHINE)


Mission concept for observations at Lagrangian point L5 « INvestigation of Solar-Terrestrial Activity aNd Transients ».

May 2014

VISITING RESEARCHER

Collaboration under the NRP grant, Smithsonian
Astrophysical Observatory, (Cambridge, MA , United States)

​Collaboration with Antonia Savcheva, 1 published paper.

Oct. 2007 – Sept. 2008

RESEARCH PROJECT (MASTER 2),

Kyoto University
Graduate School of Energy Science (Kyoto ,Japan)

“Study of secondary magnetic island formation during tearing modes”,
Supervisor: Prof. Y. Kishimoto

June 2007 – August 2007

RESEARCH PROJECT (MASTER 1)

Joint European Torus ( Culham, United Kingdom)
“Study of momentum and energy confinement times in JET plasmas”, Supervisor:
Dr P. de Vries,

2017

CO-INVESTIGATOR, LOFAR PROPOSAL

Search for variable radio emissions from the V830 Tau system over the range 110-190 MHz.

2014-2016

MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE SCIENCE INSTITUTE (ISSI) WORKINGGROUP

Energy Transformation in Solar and Stellar Flares (Bern, Suisse).

​PROJECTS - WHITE PAPERS

2020 - Present

MEMBER OF THE SOLARIS MISSION PROPOSAL

2020

White paper on Sustainable Space Weather

Solaris would address fundamental questions of solar and stellar physics that can only be answered with a view of the Sun's poles. Solaris would observe three solar rotations over each solar pole to obtain observations of light, magnetic fields, and movement in the Sun's surface, the photosphere. Solaris has been selected  for phase A in August 2020 by NASA.

After three topical sessions during the last European Space Weather Weeks devoted to the sustainability of Space Weather in Europe, we believe that time is ready to take actions in order to draw the frame of the discipline in Europe for the future years: what are our weaknesses, our strengths? How to improve our practices? How to adapt them to the new times, to global warming, pandemic...? How to get our community at large (scientists, engineers, forecasters...) organized independently from the funding agencies and the decision makers?... In short: how to make it sustainable in a fragile world?​

2020

White paper on Science Platforms for Heliophysics data

The Magnetic Imaging of the Outer Solar Atmosphere (MImOSA) is a mission concept aiming at unlocking the driver of the dynamics in the upper solar atmosphere. MimOSA has been proposed as a white paper for Voyage2050.

2015

MEMBER OF THE INSTANT MISSION PROPOSAL TEAM (ESA/CHINE)

Mission concept for observations at Lagrangian point L5 « INvestigation of Solar-Terrestrial Activity aNd Transients »

(not selected)

 

White paper for the European Space Agency Voyage2050 mission concepts

2019

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