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Prof Jonathan Rae

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Department: Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering

Jonathan Rae

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  • Automatic Encoding of Unlabeled Two Dimensional Data Enabling Similarity Searches: Electron Diffusion Regions and Auroral Arcs, Smith, A., Rae, J., Stawarz, J., Sun, W., Bentley, S., Koul, A. Jan 2024, In: Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics
  • Sudden Commencements and Geomagnetically Induced Currents in New Zealand: Correlations and Dependance, Smith, A., Rodger, C., Manus, D., Rae, J., Fogg, A., Forsyth, C., Fisher, P., Petersen, T., Dalzell, M. Jan 2024, In: Space Weather
  • A New Four‐Component L*‐Dependent Model for Radial Diffusion Based on Solar Wind and Magnetospheric Drivers of ULF Waves, Murphy, K., Breneman, A., Sandhu, J., Angelpoulos, V., Kellerman, A., Watt, C., Daggitt, T., Wygant, J., Horne, R., Tian, S., Bentley, S., Glauert, S., Olifer, L., Mann, I., Rae, J., Ozeke, L., Halford, A. Jul 2023, In: Space Weather
  • Differentiating Between Simultaneous Loss Drivers in Earth's Outer Radiation Belt: Multi‐Dimensional Phase Space Density Analysis, Staples, F., Ma, Q., Kellerman, A., Rae, I., Forsyth, C., Sandhu, J., Bortnik, J. 16 Dec 2023, In: Geophysical Research Letters
  • Evidence for lunar tide effects in Earth’s plasmasphere, Xiao, C., He, F., Shi, Q., Liu, W., Tian, A., Guo, R., Yue, C., Zhou, X., Wei, Y., Rae, I., Degeling, A., Angelopoulos, V., Masongsong, E., Liu, J., Zong, Q., Fu, S., Pu, Z., Zhang, X., Wang, T., Wang, H., Zhang, Z. 1 Apr 2023, In: Nature Physics
  • Statistical Characterization of the Dynamic Near-Earth Plasma Sheet Relative to Ultra-Low Frequency (ULF) Wave Growth at Substorm Onset, Smith, A., Rae, I., Forsyth, C., Watt, C., Murphy, K. Jan 2023, In: Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics
  • The Response of Electron Pitch Angle Distributions to the Upper Limit on Stably Trapped Particles, Walton, S., Mann, I., Olifer, L., Ozeke, L., Forsyth, C., Rae, I., Walach, M., Murphy, K., Claudepierre, S., Spence, H., Baker, D. 1 Nov 2023, In: Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics
  • Using Machine Learning to Diagnose Relativistic Electron Distributions in the Van Allen Radiation Belts, Killey, S., Rae, J., Chakraborty, S., Smith, A., Bentley, S., Bakrania, M., Wainwright, R., Watt, C., Sandhu, J. 2023, In: Royal Astronomical Society Techniques and Instruments
  • Van Allen Probes Observations of a Three-Dimensional Field Line Resonance at a Plasmaspheric Plume, Sandhu, J., Degeling, A., Wright, A., Smith, A., Hartley, D., Rae, J., Murphy, K., Elsden, T. 16 Dec 2023, In: Geophysical Research Letters
  • Direct Evidence of Magnetic Reconnection Onset via the Tearing Instability, Bakrania, M., Rae, J., Walsh, A., Verscharen, D., Smith, A., Forsyth, C., Tenerani, A. 14 Jul 2022, In: Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences

  • Ishbel Wright Searching for substorm onset using Earth’s aurora Start Date: 25/09/2023
  • Dylan Weston Earth’s Van Allen Radiation Belts: Why are they so hard to forecast? Start Date: 01/10/2023
  • Shannon Killey Classifying relativistic particle distributions in the radiation belts Start Date: 01/10/2021

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