I work as an Academy of Finland postdoctoral researcher in the Space Climate Research Unit.
My research focuses to understanding the interaction between solar wind and the Earth's magnetic field. This interaction leads to aurora and many orther phenomena in the near-Earth space. The focus of my research is to understand the coupling between different solar wind parameters and disturbances in the Earth's magnetic field. Detailed understanding of this coupling helps for example in furture space weather forecasting.
I use large data sets from various different instruments, including satellites and ground-based magnetometers. I often use different statistical techniques, including data mining methods.
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center– 1.2.2018 to 31.7.2018
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center– 1.2.2020 to 31.7.2020