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Research Students

Mark Golkowski


Postdoctoral Scholars

  • Dr. Ho Young Kim (2016-2017) - High Speed Plasma Simulations
  • Dr. Benjamin Cotts (2011) - Numerical Modeling of Effects of Whistler Mode Waves from Rocket Triggered Lightning

PhD Students

  • Poorya Hosseini (PhD in progress) - Spectral analysis and numerical modeling of chorus and hiss emissions 
  • Ashanthi Maxworth (PhD 2017) - Thesis: MAGNETOSPHERIC WHISTLER MODE RAYTRACING WITH THE INCLUSION OF FINITE ELECTRON AND ION TEMPERATURE [PDF]

MS Students

  • Chad Renick (MS in progress)
  • Jamie Bittle (MS in progress)
  • Sandeep Sarker (MS 27) - Thesis: LWPC ANALYSIS OF LIGHTNING-INDUCED SFERICS’ ELF PROPAGATION
    VELOCITY [PDF
  • Ryan Gillespie (MS 2017) - Thesis: GROUP VELOCITY OF LIGHTNING INDUCED SFERICS, A COMPARISON BETWEEN VERY LOW AND EXTREMELY LOW FREQUENCIES [PDF]
  • Jamie Costabile (MS 2016) - Schumann Resonance Analysis 
  • Hamid Chorsi (MS 2016) - Numerical EM simualtions
  • Ryan Jacobs (MS 2015) - Thesis: EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF MICROWAVE-INDUCED THERMOACOUSTIC
    IMAGING [PDF]
  • Naomi Watanabe (MS 2015) - Excitation of Langmuir turbulence with HAARP
  • Randall Wall (MS 2014) - Thesis: SPECTRAL ANALYSIS OF FIRST AND SECOND ORDER SIDEBANDS FROM VLF TRIGGERED EMISSIONS, 2014 [PDF]
  • Reed Plimpton (2011-2014) - Chemical Processes in Non-thermal Plasma Wound Treatment and Disinfection
  • Levon Barsikyan (MS 2013) - Thesis: EFFECTS OF HIGH INTENSITY OCEANIC LIGHTNING DISCHARGES ON THE EARTH’S IONOSPHERE, 2013[PDF]
  • Masih Hajihabib (MS 2012)- Thesis: EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL INVESTIGATION OF LOWER BOUND ANTENNA EFFICIENCY USING A REVERBERATION CHAMBER, 2012 [PDF]
  • Jason Coder (MS 2010) - Thesis: A NOVEL METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE LOWER BOUND OF ANTENNA EFFICIENCY USING A REVERBERATION CHAMBER, 2010 [PDF]

Undergraduate Students

  • Ryan Gillespie (BS 2015) - ELF/VLF Hardware Construction and Deployment and Outreach
  • Brad Fox (BS 2014) - ELF/VLF Hardware Construction and Deployment and Outreach
  • Nicholas Gross (BS 2014) - Lightning-ionosphere interactions, Hardware Construction and Deployment
  • Adam Perez (BS 2014) - Hardware Construction and Deployment
  • Ryan Jacobs (BS 2012) - ELF/VLF hardware, HAARP Experiments, Thermoacoustic Imaging
  • Joshua Perry (BS 2012) - Numerical Simulation of Wave-Particle Interactions in Near-Earth Space Environment
  • Moshe "Jeff" Redmon (BS 2012) - Hardware Construction and Deployment
  • Jason Carpenter (BS 2011) - ELF/VLF hardware and HAARP Experiments
  • Matthew Webb (BS 2010) - ELF/VLF hardware and HAARP Experiments

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