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Bob Lysak

Office: 379, Tate Laboratory of Physics

Professor of Physics

University of Minnesota

Phone: 612-625-1323

Fax: 612-626-2029

E-mail: bob@aurora.space.umn.edu

Physics Web Page: http://www.spa.umn.edu/directory/lysak.html

Research Interests:

Particle acceleration and the dynamics of current flow in the earth’s auroral zone. Related areas include generation of electric and magnetic fields in the magnetosphere, plasma instabilities and turbulence, wave heating of ions, magnetic reconnection, and magnetohydrodynamic waves and turbulence. Both analytic and numeric techniques are used, with present emphasis on development of large scale computer models of auroral phenomena.

Some Recent Reprints

Complete Publications List

2009 Space Physics Tutorial

GEM 2003 (tutorial and movies)

IUGG 2003 Reporter Review

Power Point slides for Reporter Review

Reference List for Reporter Review

This work is supported in part by NSF Grants ATM-0602464 and ATM-0613473 and NASA Grant NNX08AM31G. Computing resources are provided by the Minnesota Supercomputer Institute.

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