Best student talk award of the German physical society and Arbeitsgemeinschaft Extraterrestrische Forschung

29.03.2016

Best student talk award of the German physical society and Arbeitsgemeinschaft Extraterrestrische Forschung at the assembly meeting in Münster Germany for Adrian Vogt

During the German physical society and Arbeitsgemeinschaft Extraterrestrische Forschung assembly meeting held from March 14 to 17 in Münster, Germany Adrian Vogt received the "Best Students Talk Award" for his talk " An Improved Setup to Calculate Propagation Times of Jovian Electrons”.

Adrian Vogt has started his PHD work two years ago in the Extraterrestrial Physics of Prof. Heber. The work was funded by DLR “Heliosphärisches Teilchencluster" and is embedded in a close collaboration with Prof. Potgieter from the North West University in Potchefstroom, South Africa.

 

 

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The recently derived Jovian electron source spectrum (blue line) is shown together with the previous approach (red line).  Spacecraft data from the Kiel Electron Telescope close to the Jovian source (green dots) support our findings. The simulated electron fluxes close to Earth (dashed line) are in agreement with spacecraft data from the Electron Proton Helium INstrument  and Kiel Electron Telescope at Earth  (black and yellow dots). Both instruments have been build and run in the Extraterrestrial physics group.