ESPACE Team

Research activities of the team

 

The team works on three main topics: Sun-Earth relations, Atmosphere-Ionosphere-Magnetosphere couplings and planetary plasmas. Our instrumental know-how (electrical and magnetic sensors) is much sought after by international space missions. We perform modeling and develop our own analysis tools to scientifically interpret the data from our instruments.

 

 

Projects and Collaborations

 

Our research is associated with a strong instrumental activity and directly linked to the space missions to which we provide instruments. Thus, we participate in the major space missions of ESA (Solar Orbiter, CLUSTER, JUICE, Comet Interceptor), NASA (Parker Solar Probe) or ESA-JAXA (BepiColombo). We also participate in international balloon campaigns (Strateole-2, OREO project) for the study of transient energetic phenomena in the atmosphere.

 

 

Team Members

  • Sébastien Célestin

    Teacher-researcher

     

  • Thierry Dudok de Wit

    Teacher-researcher

  • Clara Froment,

    CNRS researcher

  • Pierre Henri

    CNRS researcher

  • Youssef Kebbati

    Teacher-researcher

  • Matthieu Kretzschmar

    Teacher-researcher

  • Jean-Louis Pinçon

    CNRS researcher

  • Orélien Randriamboarison

    Teacher-researcher

Non permanent Team Members

  • Nina Bizien

    PhD student

  • Thomas Brun

    PhD student

  • Mehul Chakraborty

    PhD student

  • Pietro Dazzi

    PhD student

  • Pierre Gourbin

    PhD student

  • Yanis Hazem

    PhD student

  • Kristina Rackovic Babic

    PostDoc

Active Retired Team Members

  • Vladimir Krasnoselskikh

    Senior researcher

Supervisory Authorities