We are happy to announce the ISR Seminar Series has re-started!

The ISR Seminar Series typically takes place on Thursdays at 10:30 a.m., in the ISR Conference Room, 202 Kenny Cottle Hall, 885 Centre St., Newton Campus of Boston College (click here for directions). Please join us for light refreshments at 10:15 a.m. To be added to the email announcements for the current series, contact Ted Beach (theodore dot beach at bc dot edu).

Please check back for any special seminars during the Summer.

Upcoming Schedule

Regularly scheduled seminars will resume in the Fall.


Recent Seminars

Thu, 16 May 2024, 10:30a ET
NASA’s Geospace Dynamics Constellation—Providing the first Systematic Measurements of Global
Magnetospheric Energy Inputs and Ionosphere-Thermosphere Responses

Dr. Doug Rowland, NASA GSFC

Thu, 2 May 2024, 10:30a ET
Using AI Onboard Earth Observing Satellites for Fault Attribution and Remote Sensing
Prof. Kerri Cahoy, MIT

Thu, 25 Apr 2024, 10:30a ET
A Year in the Life:  Studies of Scintillation Variability using a Long-Term Global Simulation by a Whole Atmosphere Model
Dr. John Retterer, BC Institute for Scientific Research

Thu, 14 Mar 2024, 10:30a ET
Equatorial Ionospheric D-Region Characterization using Tweeks observed in Sri Lanka
Prof. Ashanthi Maxworth, University of Southern Maine

Thu, 22 Feb 2024, 10:30a ET
Realistic Ionosphere (RION): Data Fusion of GIRO and GNSS Sensor Networks
Prof. Ivan Galkin, University of Massachusetts, Lowell

Thu, 08 Feb 2024, 10:30a ET
The Variability of Equatorial Plasma Bubbles in Response to Forcing from Above and Below
Dr. Ercha Aa, MIT Haystack Observatory

Thu, 28 Sep 2023, 10:30a ET
Climate Change as Catalyst for Interdisciplinary Pedagogy and Research at Boston College
Prof. Yi Ming, Institute for Integrated Science and Society and Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Boston College

Thu, 02 Nov 2023, 10:30a ET
Mitigation of Charging of Multiple Spacecraft in Sunlight
Dr. Shu T. Lai, Boston College ISR

Thu, 16 Nov 2023, 10:30a ET
Enabling Space Science with Technology Developments in X-ray Imaging
Prof. Brian Walsh, Center for Space Physics, Boston University

Thu, 30 Nov 2023, 10:30a ET
Physics-based modeling of fluid-scale ionospheric plasma density irregularities at high latitudes
Prof. Matthew Zettergren, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University