Dr. Ryuho Kataoka, Associate Professor, National Institute of Polar Research (Photo: 2017/06)
Major research interests include aurora, magnetic storm, geomagnetically induced currents, radiation belts, interplanetary shocks, solar energetic particles, and galactic cosmic rays. A paper on St Patrick's day storm was introduced at Nature's Research Highlights
Aurora 3D project (2011-2013) was introduced at YAHOO! News via EGU News.
Aurora 4D project (2015-2017) was introduced at Gizmodo via AGU's Journal Highlights.
1. HAI Data
Challenging high-speed imaging of aurora to visualize fundamental nonlinear processes in space plasma.
Serving as the main convener of JpGU Space Weather session for several years.
More than 100 peer-reviewed scientific papers were published.
3D aurora show in Tokyo (The Yomiuri Shimbun, 2013/12/21)