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Devin Huyghebaert

What details can we uncover about the Farley-Buneman, also known as the two-stream, plasma density instability in the auroral E-region ionosphere through utilization of the Swarm satellite constellation and ground based instrumentation?

“The challenges of COVID-19 made travel unavailable, but nonetheless the Living Planet Fellowship provided an excellent opportunity to interact and collaborate with fellow scientists performing diverse research with the ESA satellite missions. I am grateful for the opportunity provided by the ESA Living Planet Fellowship to both perform research with the Swarm satellite measurements and experience the process of proposal writing, project management and project reporting.”


After the end of the Living Planet Fellowship, Devin was a Researcher in Upper Atmosphere Radar Studies at UiT – The Arctic
University of Norway – working with EISCAT 3D.


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