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Statistical study of the energetic proton environment at Titan’s orbit from the Cassini spacecraft

Published in Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 2018

This work produces a statistical study of the proton environement around Titan, the largest Saturnian moon.

Recommended citation: Regoli, L. H., Roussos, E., Dialynas, K., Luhmann, J. G., Sergis, N., Jia, X., Román, D., Azari, A. R., Krupp, N., Jones, G., Coates, A., and Rae, I. (2018). "Statistical study of the energetic proton environment at Titan'ss orbit from the Cassini spacecraft." Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 123, 4820–4834. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018JA025442

Are Saturn’s Interchange Injections Organized by Rotational Longitude?

Published in Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 2019

This work investigated if mass transport events most similar to Rayleigh-Taylor instabilities in Saturn’s space environment were related to ionospheric or upper atmopsheric conditions. To complete this work we undertook a large-scale data occurrence analyses to tease apart multiple dependencies.

Recommended citation: Azari, A. R., Jia, X., Liemohn, M. W., Hospodarsky, G. B., Provan, G., Ye, S. ‐Y., et al (2019). "Are Saturn's Interchange Injections Organized by Rotational Longitude?"Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 124. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018JA026196

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Multivariate Supervised Classification for Instabilities at Saturn: Comparison of Methods for Automated Event Detection in Magnetospheres

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Shortened Abstract: In 2004 the Cassini mission arrived at Saturn. For the next 13 years the mission collected large amounts of data, resulting in a highly sampled magnetosphere of Saturn. Saturn is now the second most observed magnetosphere after that of Earth now allowing opportune applications of large scale statistical methods.

teaching

Big Data Summer Camp

Workshop, University of Michigan, ICOS, 2018

Lecturer for a week long intensive course in data science.

Data Visualization and Statistics in Geosciences

Undergraduate / Graduate course, University of Michigan, CLaSP, 2019

Co-developer and lecturer of a required 4 credit course for winter 2018 and 2019 for data visualization and statistics in climate and space scientists. All laboratory sessions are posted online.