Research in the Semeter lab is carried out by an outstanding group of graduate students and colleagues. The cross-disciplinary nature of our work is enabled by a highly collaborative culture of Boston University, exemplified in the BU Center for Space Physics. Alumni of the Semeter Lab apply their skills and creativity in a rich variety of career paths, both within space science and beyond.
Research Scientist. Inverse problems and image reconstruction in auroral physics. Heliophysics software development. Google scholar.
Ph.D. student. Application of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) to studies of the ionosphere, atmosphere, and space environment. Google scholar.
Ph.D. student. Distributed sensing of particle penetration in the atmosphere, and its application to studies of the magnetosphere and solar wind. Google scholar.
Ph.D. student. Radar and optical studies of the effects of magnetic reconnection on the polar ionosphere.
Yukitoshi (Toshi) Nishimura. Web site.
Brian Walsh. Web site.
W. Clem Karl. Web site.
Meers Oppenheim. Web site.
Michael Mendillo. Web site.
Jeffrey Baumbardner. Web site.