Mojtaba Akhavan Tafti
Applications:
Earth Science and Ecology, Environmental and Climate Research, Physical Science
Methodologies:
Mathematical and Statistical Modeling
Relevant Projects:

NASA, NSF


Mojtaba Akhavan-Tafti

Research Faculty

CLaSP

Assistant Research Scientist, Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering and Adjunct Lecturer in Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering, College of Engineering

Comprehensive investigations of solar, interplanetary, and Earth’s Magnetospheric systems utilizing state-of-the-art in-situ observations and global simulations. The research topics of interest involve critical open science questions, including solar coronal heating, solar wind acceleration and heating processes, magnetospheric dynamics, and space weather predictions. The research tools include statistical data analyses to generate physics-based models.

 


Accomplishments and Awards