ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR IN SPACE ENVIRONMENT
Sean is the Head of Group. He is interested in data assimilation models of the upper atmosphere, space weather statistics and policy.
PROFESSOR OF RADIO SCIENCE AND SYSTEMS
Professor Paul Cannon, OBE, FREng is a leading figure in Radio Science and Space Weather.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF SPACE WEATHER & SPACE SYSTEMS
David Themens is an Associate Professor of Space Weather and Space Systems and is the SERENE ionosphere modelling lead.
LECTURER IN SPACE WEATHER & SPACE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
Alan Wood is a Lecturer in Space Weather and Space Systems Engineering.
Oliver Allanson is an Assistant Professor in Space Environment and Radiation Belt Modelling
SENIOR RESEARCH SOFTWARE ENGINEER
Afraz provides research IT support to SERENE.
Emma is the SERENE Project Officer, providing support across all of our projects.
Research Fellow working with the Low-Frequency Array (LOFAR) to investigate small scale ionospheric structures.
Research Fellow focused on thermospheric modelling, satellite orbits and upper atmospheric climate change.
Elizabeth is improving the modelling of thermospheric densiteis in order to better model satellite orbits and avoid collisions.
MRES & RESEARCH ASSOCIATE
Elizabeth is using state-of-the-art machine learning techniques and output from AENeAS to develop a high-latitude ionospheric scintillation forecast model.
Using the LOw Frequency ARray (LOFAR) to investigate ionospheric dynamics.
PhD student using the EISCAT radar systems to investigate large-scale ionospheric plasma structures and their effects on GNSS.
Advancing the state-of-the-art in physics-based ionosphere/thermosphere modelling
Sam's PhD is based around non-linear dynamis in the radiation belts.