Dr Neil RogersSenior Research Associate
I’m interested in the effects of Space Weather on ground-based infrastructure and radio systems. Using extreme value theory, I estimate the potential for ionospheric currents to disrupt electricity supplies and railway signalling. I also work with the Met Office developing a service to airlines and air traffic controllers that forecasts HF radio communications outages during solar flares, geomagnetic storms, and solar proton events.
I’m currently a consultant to Airbus Defence & Space Ltd modelling the ionospheric impacts on the European Space Agency’s Biomass radar satellite which will launch in 2021.
Space Weather Instrumentation, Measurement, Modelling and Risk: Ionosphere (N3) (SWIMMR-I)
01/06/2020 → 31/03/2023
Real-time Auroral Absorption Models for ODRAM
15/01/2020 → 15/07/2020
Space Weather Impacts on Ground-based Systems
01/05/2017 → 30/04/2021
Ionospheric Support for Biomass
01/03/2016 → 28/02/2018
National Astronomy Meeting 2019
Participation in conference
2nd TRANSMIT Summer School
Participation in workshop, seminar, course
- Space and Planetary Physics