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Magnetism and applications is studied by Eija Tanskanen group that is part of the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering, Aalto University. The main research topic is the magnetic environment on ground, near-Earth space, moon and solar surface. Magnetic disturbances vary in time-scales from seconds and minutes to seasons and solar cycles (11- and 22-years). The magnetic environment is monitored by magnetometers which data is used to detect auroral substorms and their seasonal pattern, Pc5 pulsations, Alfvénic fluctuations embedded to fast solar wind, solar surface magnetic field topology, coronal hole morphology and stellar variability. The group is located in the second floor of the TUAS building.

Avaruusilmaston ryhmä on osa Aalto-yliopiston elektroniikan ja nanotekniikan laitosta. Ryhmä toimii Maarintie 8 -rakennuksessa.

 

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Coulomb drag propulsion experiments of ESTCube-2 and FORESAIL-1

Iaroslav Iakubivskyi, Pekka Janhunen, Jaan Praks, Viljo Allik, Kadri Bussov, Bruce Clayhills, Janis Dalbins, Tõnis Eenmäe, Hendrik Ehrpais, Jouni Envall, Sean Haslam, Erik Ilbis, Nemanja Jovanovic, Emilia Kilpua, Joosep Kivastik, Jürgen Laks, Philipp Laufer, Maido Merisalu, Matias Meskanen, Robert Märk, Ankit Nath, Petri Niemelä, Mart Noorma, Muhammad Rizwan Mughal, Samuli Nyman, Mihkel Pajusalu, Minna Palmroth, Aditya Savio Paul, Tatu Peltola, Mathias Plans, Jouni Polkko, Quazi Saimoon Islam, Anu Reinart, Bagus Riwanto, Väino Sammelselg, Janis Sate, Indrek Sünter, Martin Tajmar, Eija Tanskanen, Hans Teras, Petri Toivanen, Rami Vainio, Mika Väänänen, Andris Slavinskis 2019 Acta astronautica

Differences in the solar cycle variability of simple and complex active regions during 1996-2018

Shabnam Nikbakhsh, Eija Tanskanen, Maarit Käpylä, T. Hackman 2019 Astronomy & Astrophysics

Study of Magnetic Complexity of Solar Active Regions from 1996 to 2017

Shabnam Nikbakhsh, Eija Tanskanen, Thomas Hackman, Maarit Käpylä 2018

High-Frequency Geomagnetic Fluctuations at Auroral Oval and Polar Cap

P. Peitso, E. I. Tanskanen, T. I. Pulkkinen, K. Mursula 2018 Space Weather

Pc5 geomagnetic pulsations follow closely solar wind ultra-low frequency wave activity

Reko Hynönen, Eija Tanskanen, Patrizia Francia 2017 Journal of geophysical research: Space physics

Do A-type stars flare?

M. G. Pedersen, V. Antoci, H. Korhonen, T. R. White, J. Jessen-Hansen, J. Lehtinen, S. Nikbakhsh, J. Viuho 2017 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

Seasonal Variation of High-Latitude Geomagnetic Activity in Individual Years

E. I. Tanskanen, R. Hynönen, K. Mursula 2017 Journal of geophysical research: Space physics

Solar Cycle Occurrence of Alfvénic Fluctuations and Related Geo-Efficiency

Eija Tanskanen, K. Snekvik, J. A. Slavin, D. Pérez-Suárez, A. Viljanen, M. L. Goldstein, M.J. Käpylä, Reko Hynönen, L. V. T. Häkkinen, K. Mursula 2017 Journal of geophysical research: Space physics

One year in the Earth's magnetosphere

G. Facskó, I. Honkonen, T. Živković, L. Palin, E. Kallio, K. Ågren, H. Opgenoorth, E. I. Tanskanen, S. Milan 2016 Space Weather

Forecasting auroras from regional and global magnetic field measurements

Kirsti Kauristie, Minna Myllys, Noora Partamies, Ari Viljanen, Pyry Peitso, Liisa Juusola, Shabana Ahmadzai, Vikramjit Singh, Ralf Keil, Unai Martinez, Alexej Luginin, Alexi Glover, Vicente Navarro, Tero Raita 2016 Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems
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