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Donald Carpenter

Position: 
Emeritus Professor
Bio: 

Research Areas

  • Very Low Frequency Radio Propagation
  • Solar Terrestrial Physics

Education

  • B.S., Williamette University
  • M.A., Columbia University
  • M.S., Stanford University
  • Ph.D., Stanford University

Specific Research Interests

  • magnetospheric thermal plasma structure and dynamics
  • perturbations of the ionosphere
  • VLF propagation in the ionosphere and magnetosphere

Other Information

  • At Stanford since 1962; on faculty since 1974
  • Member: Sigma Xi, American Geophysical Union
  • Former member of the Executive Committee of Commission IV of the USA National Committee of URSI; co-chairman of the International URSI-IAGA Working Group on Passive EM Probing of the Magnetosphere (1975-1981); former Member of the Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Research of the GRB of the NAS; former associate editor for URSI of Radioscience and former associate editor of the Journal of Geophysical Research.
  • Author of over 50 technical papers
Graduate Info
Graduation date: 
06/1962

Robert Helliwell (Sept. 2, 1920 - May 3, 2011)

Position: 
Emeritus Professor
Bio: 

http://news.stanford.edu/news/2011/may/robert-helliwell-obit-052011.html

Research Areas

  • Magnetospheric Research
  • Electromagnetic Theory
  • Radioscience

Education

  • A.B., Stanford University
  • M.A., Stanford University
  • E.E., Stanford University
  • Ph.D., Stanford University

Specific Research Interests

  • EM Wave Propagation in the ionosphere and magnetosphere
  • Remote sensing of the magnetosphere using VLF waves
  • Wave-particle interactions
  • Satellite observations of plasma waves

Other Information

  • On Stanford Faculty since 1946
  • Fellow IEEE; Fellow American Geophysical Union
  • Member: National Academy of Sciences; URSI; Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi; Antarctican Society; American Association for the Advancement ofScience; Director, California Microwave Inc.; Past Chairman of International Commission IV of URSI; Past Chairman of Space Physics Committee of the Space Science Board; Director, CSSA; Past President [elect] Solar Terrestrial Physics section of the AGU
  • Awards: Antarctic Service Medal, 1966; Appleton Prize of the Royal Society, 1972.
  • Author of over 90 scientific and technical papers and one book.

Daniel Golden

Position: 
Former Student
Graduate Info
Graduation date: 
02/2011
Current Organization: 
Stanford University
Current Title: 
Postdoctoral Scholar, Radiology
Current Location: 
Stanford, CA