Benoit Lavraud mainly focuses on Magnetic reconnection, Solar wind, Geophysics, Magnetopause and Computational physics. His research integrates issues of Magnetic flux, Astrophysics and Current sheet in his study of Magnetic reconnection. His research investigates the connection between Solar wind and topics such as Astronomy that intersect with issues in Helmet streamer.
His Magnetopause research is classified as research in Magnetosphere. His work carried out in the field of Computational physics brings together such families of science as Field line and Plasma. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Amplitude, Electron and Atomic physics.
Magnetic reconnection, Magnetopause, Solar wind, Computational physics and Geophysics are his primary areas of study. His Magnetic reconnection course of study focuses on Electron and Atomic physics and Condensed matter physics. The subject of his Magnetopause research is within the realm of Magnetosphere.
The various areas that Benoit Lavraud examines in his Solar wind study include Spacecraft and Astrophysics. His work in Computational physics covers topics such as Plasma which are related to areas like Kinetic energy and Atmospheric sciences. His Geophysics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Field line, Polar wind, Earth's magnetic field and Solar physics.
Benoit Lavraud focuses on Magnetic reconnection, Computational physics, Magnetopause, Electron and Plasma. Benoit Lavraud has included themes like Geophysics, Astrophysics, Earth, Magnetosphere and Solar wind in his Magnetic reconnection study. His Solar wind research focuses on Corona and how it connects with Coronal hole and Heliospheric current sheet.
His studies deal with areas such as Amplitude, Magnetosheath, Turbulence and Current sheet as well as Computational physics. His study in the fields of Flux transfer event under the domain of Magnetopause overlaps with other disciplines such as Flux. His study in Plasma is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Spacecraft and Observatory.
His main research concerns Computational physics, Magnetic reconnection, Magnetopause, Solar wind and Electron. His Computational physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Magnetosheath, Turbulence, Plasma and Current sheet. The Magnetic reconnection study combines topics in areas such as Magnetosphere, Plasma sheet and Geophysics.
In the field of Magnetopause, his study on Flux transfer event overlaps with subjects such as Flux. His research on Solar wind focuses in particular on Heliosphere. His Electron research integrates issues from Thermalisation, Atomic physics, Bow wave and Kinetic energy.
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First multispacecraft ion measurements in and near the Earth's magnetosphere with the identical Cluster ion spectrometry (CIS) experiment
H. Rème;C. Aoustin;J. M. Bosqued;I. Dandouras.
Annales Geophysicae (2001)
Electron-scale measurements of magnetic reconnection in space.
J. L. Burch;R. B. Torbert;R. B. Torbert;T. D. Phan;L. J Chen.
Geomagnetic storms driven by ICME- and CIR-dominated solar wind
Michael H. Denton;Michael H. Denton;Joseph E. Borovsky;R. M. Skoug;M. F. Thomsen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
Observations of an extreme storm in interplanetary space caused by successive coronal mass ejections
Ying D. Liu;Janet G. Luhmann;Primož Kajdič;Primož Kajdič;Emilia K.J. Kilpua.
Nature Communications (2014)
Cluster observations of reconnection due to the Kelvin-Helmholtz instability at the dawnside magnetospheric flank
K. Nykyri;A. Otto;B. Lavraud;C. Mouikis.
Annales Geophysicae (2006)
Alfvénic velocity spikes and rotational flows in the near-Sun solar wind
Justin C. Kasper;Justin C. Kasper;Stuart D. Bale;Stuart D. Bale;John W. Belcher;Matthieu Berthomier.
Electron magnetic reconnection without ion coupling in Earth's turbulent magnetosheath.
T. D. Phan;J. P. Eastwood;M. A. Shay;J. F. Drake.
Evolution and characteristics of global Pc5 ULF waves during a high solar wind speed interval
I. J. Rae;E. F. Donovan;I. R. Mann;F. R. Fenrich.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
Altered solar wind-magnetosphere interaction at low Mach numbers: Coronal mass ejections
Benoit Lavraud;Benoit Lavraud;Benoit Lavraud;Joseph E. Borovsky.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
Observations of multiple X‐line structure in the Earth's magnetotail current sheet: A Cluster case study
Jonathan P. Eastwood;D. G. Sibeck;J. A. Slavin;M. L. Goldstein.
Geophysical Research Letters (2005)
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