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Robert Moore
Position: Former Student Graduate Info Graduation date: 05/2007 Thesis: ELF/VLF Wave Generation by Modulated HF Heating of the Auroral Electrojet Current Organization: University of Florida Current Title: Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering Current Location: Gainesville, FL

George Jin

Position: Student E-mail: gj36@stanford.edu Bio: George is interested in ELF/VLF generation using the HAARP facility and its dependence on natural conditions.

Denys Piddyachiy

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depi@stanford.edu Bio: Denys studies ELF waves generation by an HF ionospheric heater and their propagation in the Earth’s plasma environment. He is also interested in propagation of VLF waves from natural and artificial sources on the ground into the space and their effects (e.g. lightning-induced electron precipitation). In his research he uses DEMETER satellite, HAARP HF transmitter, groundbased VLF receivers and transmitters and other instruments. Personal homepage: http://www.stanford.edu/~depi/

Marek Golkowski
Position: Former Student Graduate Info Graduation date: 01/2009 Thesis: Magnetospheric Wave Injection by Modulated HF Heating of the Auroral Electrojet Current Organization: University of Colorado Current Title: Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering Current Location: Denver, CO

Magnetospheric Wave Injection by Modulated HF Heating of the Auroral Electrojet
PDF (Online Viewing): golkowski-single-sided.pdf Golkowski, MA. 2009. Magnetospheric Wave Injection by Modulated HF Heating of the Auroral Electrojet .
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Morris Cohen

Position: Research Associate E-mail: mcohen@stanford.edu Bio: Morris Cohen's primary research interests are ELF/VLF wave generation with HF heating of the ionosphere, lightning-generated terrestrial gamma-ray flashes, lightning physics and measurement instrumentation, ELF/VLF radio receiver design, and ELF/VLF wave impacts in the magnetosphere. He also works on the `AWESOME' global network, a UN and NASA-led effort to place scientific instruments in developing countries. Personal web page -- http://www.stanford.edu/~mcohen VLF/AWESOME web page -- http://www-star.stanford.edu/~vlf/awesome Graduate Info Graduation date: 10/2009 Thesis: ELF/VLF Phased Array Generation via Frequency-matched Steering of a Continuous HF Ionospheric Heating Beam Current Organization: Stanford University, VLF Group Current Title: Research Associate Current Location: Stanford, CA

ELF/VLF Phased Array Generation via Frequency-matched Steering of a Continuous HF Ionospheric Heating Beam
PDF (Online Viewing): ThesisMoCo_OneSided.pdf Cohen, MB. 2009. ELF/VLF Phased Array Generation via Frequency-matched Steering of a Continuous HF Ionospheric Heating Beam.
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