Opportunity at Air Force Research Laboratory AFRL
Solar Geospace-environment Modeling Drivers
Space Vehicles Directorate, RV/Space and Planetary Sciences
||Kirtland Air Force Base, NM 871175776
|Carl John Henney
Modeling the global solar magnetic field is critical for forecasting space weather. Individuals interested in working with solar input data (e.g., ground-based & space-based magnetograms) used to drive solar wind models are encouraged to apply for this opportunity. The project involves working with a variety of ground and space based solar disk observations, as well as in-situ data from multiple spacecraft, to better understand and model the heliosphere and the geospace environment.
- Samuel J. Schonfeld, Carl J. Henney, Shaela I. Jones, Charles N. Arge 2022:
Solar Polar Flux Redistribution based on Observed Coronal Holes,
ApJ, 932, 115.
- Schonfeld, S. White, S., Henney, C., Hock-Mysliwiec, R., McAteer, J. 2019,
The Slowly Varying Corona. II. The Components of F10.7 and their Use in EUV Proxies, ApJ, 884, 141, 11 pp.
- Henney, C. J., Hock, R., Schooley, A., Toussaint, W., White, S. M., and C. N. Arge 2015, Forecasting Solar Extreme and Far Ultraviolet Irradiance,
Space Weather, 13, 141-153, doi:10.1002/2014SW001118.
Solar Wind; Heliospheric; Photospheric; Magnetic Fields; Forecasting; Ensemble Modeling
Open to U.S. citizens
Open to Postdoctoral and Senior applicants
$3,000 Supplement for Doctorates in Engineering & Computer Science
Postdoctoral and Senior Associates will receive an appropriately higher stipend based on the number of years of experience past their PhD.