Swedish Institute of Space Physics

  • project . 2022 - 2025
    Funder: UKRI Project Code: NE/V018426/1
    Funder Contribution: 1,165,100 GBP
    Partners: NERC British Antarctic Survey, University of Tromsø, University of Leicester, USU, University of Oulu, Nagoya University, National Institute of Polar Research, Swedish Institute of Space Physics

    In order to accurately predict impacts of space weather and climate variability on the whole atmosphere we need an accurate representation of the whole atmosphere. The mesosphere (~50-95 km altitude) is the most poorly understood region of the atmosphere, it is the crit...

  • project . 2022 - 2026
    Funder: UKRI Project Code: NE/W003317/1
    Funder Contribution: 612,314 GBP
    Partners: University of Bergen, Beihang University, University of Strathclyde, Swedish Institute of Space Physics, UAF, EISCAT Scientific Association, NERC British Antarctic Survey, SRI, Technical University of Gdansk, USU...

    One of the biggest unanswered questions in the solar-terrestrial science that underpins Space Weather research is: How does the high latitude ionosphere vary on small scales in response to driving from above and below? An immediate practical follow-on question would be:...

  • project . 2022 - 2026
    Funder: UKRI Project Code: NE/W003104/1
    Funder Contribution: 450,327 GBP
    Partners: University of Saskatchewan, DLR, FMI, University of Leicester, INGV - Ist. Naz. Geofisica Vulcanologia, University of Oulu, University of Tromsø, Royal Institute of Technology KTH Sweden, Beihang University, Swedish Institute of Space Physics...

    The UK along with the rest of the world is becoming increasingly dependent on technological systems, including satellite communications, global positioning systems, and power grids, that are at risk from space weather. Many space weather hazards originate in the ionosph...

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