George Clark

Dissertation Title: Detailed Responses in the Juno JADE-E Sensor and Electron Dynamics in Saturn’s Magnetosphere

Dissertation Advisor: Frederic Allegrini

Graduation Date: Summer 2014

Post-Doctoral Fellowship: Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

Current Position: Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

Research Areas: The physics of magnetospheric and auroral plasma phenomena in the magnetospheres of the outer solar system. He specializes in the analysis and interpretations of spacecraft data from missions such as Juno, Cassini and Galileo and many more. One of his recent and more notable discoveries is the presence of mega-volt electric potentials over Jupiter’s polar cap region – a phenomena that accelerates ions to very high-energies into Jupiter’s upper atmosphere.