Professor Farideh Honary

Research Professor

Research Overview

My current research interests include: i) investigating the complex behaviour of energetic particles during magnetic storms and substorms with ground- and space-based instruments; ii) utilising the ionosphere as a natural plasma laboratory to study a variety of important non-linear plasma processes associated with the interaction of high power HF waves and the ionospheric plasma. This is done by employing the EISCAT high power HF transmitter; and iii) investigation of the effect of dusty plasma on spacecraft charging.

Space Weather Effects on Airline Communications in the High Latitude Regions
15/05/2013 → 14/11/2016
Research

A High-Order Model of the Earth's External and Induced Magnetic Field
01/02/2013 → 03/08/2016
Research

Quantifying Energetic Particle Precipitation into the Atmosphere QEPPA
01/01/2013 → 30/09/2016
Research

Dusty Plasma Environments: Near Surface Characterisation and Modelling
01/12/2012 → 31/12/2014
Research

FP7: Space Plasma Flow
01/12/2008 → 30/11/2010
Research

Fundamental Wave-Plasma Processes
01/04/2008 → 31/07/2010
Research

SAMNET
01/12/2007 → 31/03/2008
Research

Solar System Energy Flows and Fundamental Plasma Processes rolling grant
01/04/2005 → 31/03/2008
Other

AuroraWatch UK
01/04/2003 → …
Other

Sub-Auroral Magnetometer Network
01/10/1987 → …
Research

Space and Planetary Physics

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