Noé Lugaz

Space Science Center
Institute for the Study of Earth, Ocean and Space (EOS)
University of New Hampshire
Morse Hall, Room 308
8 College Rd
Durham, NH 03824, USA

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PhD. Atmospheric and Space Science, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2007
M.S. Atmospheric and Space Science, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2003
Diplôme d'ingénieur/M. Eng. Aerospace Engineering, Supaero (now ISAE), Toulouse, France, 2003

Research Scientist III at the Space Science Center, Institute for the Study of Earth, Ocean and Space of the University of New Hampshire.

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Research Interests:
Numerical magneto-hydrodynamic (MHD) simulations of Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs).
Space Weather Prediction.
  • Interaction of multiple CMEs and the consequence for space weather,
  • Propagation of CMEs in the inner heliosphere, and their observations by SECCHI,
  • CME initiation and its interplanetary consequences,
  • Synthetic white-light images of CMEs (SOHO/LASCO, STEREO/SECCHI),
  • Formation of multiple-magnetic cloud events and complex ejecta at Earth,
Development and testing of analysis techniques for heliospheric imagers (HM methods).

Numerical models of solar wind and the coronal magnetic field.

Acceleration and transport of Solar Energetic Particles.


Funded Proposals:

Latest Published Papers:
Review Article on ICME Modeling and Simulated HI Observations
Numerical Investigation of Fitting Methods (SR and HM)

Solar Physics article about HM fitting method
Simulated Sun-to-Earth STEREO/SECCHI view of the 2007 January 24-25 CMEs (3.3Mb MP4 file)
LASCO/C3-SECCHI-A/HI-1-SECCHI-A/HI-2: 3 simulated days

Latest Poster: AGU 2010 SH51C-1695 poster (13 Mb PDF file)

My (old) BibTeX (.bib to download)