Maher Dayeh


  • Ph.D. Space Physics, Florida Institute of Technology, 2007
  • M.S. Space Science/Atmospheric Electricity, Florida Institute of Technology, 2003
  • B.S. General Physics, Beirut Arab University, 2001

Research Areas:

  • More than 15 years of multidisciplinary research experience spanning solar, heliospheric, magnetospheric, atmospheric science, and the design and development of atmospheric and space instrumentation
  • Space Weather – Causality, Effects, and Mitigation
  • Energetic Particle Transport in the Interplanetary Medium
  • Origin and Acceleration of Suprathermal Ions
  • Forecasting Solar Transient Events using Artificial Intelligence
  • Heliosphere: Solar Wind – Interstellar Medium Interactions; ENA imaging
  • Magnetosphere: Global Plasma Interactions; ENA Imaging
  • Microphysics of Lightning and Thunder
  • Development of innovative atmospheric and space instrumentation
  • Big data systems and flexible analytics applications for micro- and macro-scale emissions monitoring

Current Graduate Students:

Past Graduate Students:

  • Jacob Nickell