Shasha Zou

Shasha Zou

Shasha Zou is an Associate Professor of Climate and Space Science and Engineering. Her general research interest is about studying the dynamic interaction between the Sun’s extended atmosphere, i.e., solar wind, and the near-Earth space environment. In...
Lulu Zhao

Lulu Zhao

Dr. Lulu Zhao is an assistant research scientist in the Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering. Her research focus is the modelling of the acceleration and transport of energetic particles using M-FLAMPA (multiple-field-line-advection-model with particle...
Gabor Toth

Gabor Toth

Dr. Toth works on algorithm and code development for space and plasma physics simulations. He has a leading role in the development of the Space Weather Modeling Framework (SWMF) that can couple and execute about a dozen different space physics models modeling domains...
Quentin Stout

Quentin Stout

Most of his research and teaching involves parallel computing of some form: design of scalable algorithms and data structures; applications to numerous scientific problems such as a large multidisciplinary team modeling space weather or a small interdisciplinary group...
Allison Steiner

Allison Steiner

Allison Steiner is a Professor of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering. Her research focus is on the relationship between the atmosphere and the terrestrial biosphere to help understand the bigger question: how will the Earth respond to climate change? Her...
Perry Samson

Perry Samson

Perry Samson is Professor of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering at the University of Michigan. He holds an Arthur F. Thurnau Professorship at the University of Michigan in recognition of “outstanding contributions to undergraduate education”. Prof. Samson is...
Richard Rood

Richard Rood

Ricky Rood is a Professor of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering. His current research and teaching focus is on climate change and its repercussions in society. His research history includes numerical modeling of trace constituents and atmospheric dynamics. He...
Joyce Penner

Joyce Penner

Prof. Penner’s research is adding the impacts of contrail formation within a global climate model. This involves following the physics from scales that treat aerosols (sub-micron sizes) to contrails (hundreds of meters) to climate (hundreds of kilometers)....
Michael Liemohn

Michael Liemohn

His research interests focus on understanding the physical processes controlling energetic charged particle motion in planetary magnetospheres, including Earth.  He writes and uses space plasma physics numerical models, especially kinetic modeling that resolves...
Christiane Jablonowski

Christiane Jablonowski

Christiane Jablonowski is an Associate Professor in the Department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering. Her research is highly interdisciplinary and combines atmospheric science, applied mathematics, computational science and high-performance computing. Her...