NEROC Third Annual Radio Science Symposium (2018)

Friday, November 16, 2018
MIT Haystack Observatory, Westford, MA


Mike Hecht, MIT Haystack Observatory, Haystack (re)discovers space

Supriya Chakrabarti, University of Massachusetts–Lowell, LoCSST: Lowell Center for Space Science & Technology

David Kenward, University of New Hampshire, Comparing EISCAT cusp observations with in-situ drivers during active Poleward Moving Auroral Form Event

Lindsay Goodwin, Boston University, Incoherent scatter spectra based on Monte Carlo simulations of ion velocity distributions under strong ion frictional heating

Toshi Nishimura, Boston University, Dynamics of large-scale traveling ionospheric disturbances measured by auroral imaging and GPS TEC

Phil Erickson, MIT Haystack Observatory, coming soon

Jef Broll, Boston University, The Cusp Plasma Imaging Detector (CuPID) CubeSat observatory: Magnetopause science

Emil Atz, Boston University, Instruments on the CuPID Cubesat Observatory

George Ricker, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, coming soon

Kristina Lynch, Dartmouth College, The Isinglass auroral sounding rocket mission: Poker Flat Alaska, Winter 2017

Nathan Schwadron, University of New Hampshire, Discovering the global heliosphere and its interaction with local interstellar medium

Dick French, Wellesley College, A survey of radio science from the Cassini mission

Min Yun, University of Massachusetts–Amherst, University of Massachusetts–Amherst program overview

Philip Engelke, Johns Hopkins University/NRAO, OH as an alternate tracer for molecular gas: A study in the W5 star-forming region

Julia Tilles, University of New Hampshire, RAPID for dual-polarized interferometry of lightning

Chia-Lin Huang, University of New Hampshire, Quantifying radiation belt electron precipitation and its effect on atmospheric chemistry

William Longley, Boston University, Electron–electron collision effects on ISR temperature measurements


Jonah Olusegun, MIT Haystack Observatory, TID coupling between north and south hemispheres and source investigation during quiet and geomagnetic conditions

Philip Teng, Boston University, Multipoint magnetic field measurements: A science- oriented, university 6U CubeSat constellation

Dhiman Mondal, MIT Haystack Observatory, Improving the accuracy of inter-technique ties at core geodetic sites through estimation strategies that exploit atmospheric structure