SPP receives 14.7 MSEK in funding from the Swedish National Space Agency
Space and Plasma Physics was very successful in this year's round of SNSA calls, and secured a large part of the hotly contended space research funding.
The projects that received funding were
- Physics of the auroral E regions as revealed by multipoint measurements, PhD position (Nickolay Ivchenko)
- Upper atmosphere and aurora of an ice giant: Analysis of hydrogen Lya observations of Uranus., PhD position (Lorenz Roth)
- Cluster Scandinavian Data Centre (Per-Arne Lindqvist)
- JUICE/ Radio and Plasma Wave Instrument, EGSE and Thermal modelling (Nickolay Ivchenko)
- Science preparations for the BepiColombo mission: magnetospheric physics (Tomas Karlsson)
The funding for each project is distributed over 2-4 years.
See also: Swedish National Space Agency