Thomas Kyoung-Ho Kim
Dissertation Title: Ion Plasma Properties in Jupiter’s Plasma Sheet: Juno JADE-I Observations
Dissertation Advisor: Rob Ebert
Fellowships and Recognitions: Best General Science Poster at the 2016 GEM Summer Workshop, New Frontiers Data Analysis Program (NFDAP) 2020 Awardee
Graduation Date: Fall 2019
Current Position: Space Science and Applications Group (ISR-1), Intelligence and Space Research Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory – Post-Doctoral Research Associate
Research Areas: Spectral Properties of Heliospheric ENAs Observed by Interstellar Boundary Explorer High Energy (IBEX-Hi) imager, Plasma Properties of Individual Water Group Ions in Saturn’s Magnetosphere from Cassini CAPS Observations.
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