1999 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Manfred Scholer mainly investigates Atomic physics, Solar wind, Plasma, Shock wave and Magnetosheath. His Atomic physics study incorporates themes from Comet, Electron, Proton and Plasma sheet. His Solar wind research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Astronomy, Cosmic ray, Ionization, Shock and Mechanics.
His Shock wave study which covers Classical mechanics that intersects with Current sheet, Magnetic reconnection and Turbulence. His Magnetosheath study deals with the bigger picture of Magnetopause. He focuses mostly in the field of Magnetopause, narrowing it down to topics relating to Geophysics and, in certain cases, Computational physics, Magnetohydrodynamics and Field line.
His primary scientific interests are in Atomic physics, Solar wind, Computational physics, Astrophysics and Shock wave. His Atomic physics research includes themes of Magnetosphere, Plasma, Charged particle, Electron and Proton. His work carried out in the field of Solar wind brings together such families of science as Astronomy and Shock.
His Computational physics study also includes
Manfred Scholer mostly deals with Mechanics, Computational physics, Bow shock, Mach number and Shock wave. Manfred Scholer combines subjects such as Acceleration, Perpendicular, Particle and Shock with his study of Mechanics. His Shock study typically links adjacent topics like Solar wind.
Manfred Scholer has included themes like Ion beam, Geophysics and Particle acceleration, Plasma in his Computational physics study. His Bow shock research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Reflection, Optics, Astrophysics, Cluster and Earth. His study on Mach number also encompasses disciplines like
His primary areas of study are Solar wind, Atomic physics, Mach number, Shock wave and Computational physics. His Solar wind study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mechanics, Solar flare and Shock. His Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Magnetopause and Classical mechanics.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Oblique shock and Magnetosphere. His Mach number research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Perpendicular, Instability, Optics and Shock. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ion beam and Bow shock in addition to Computational physics.
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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)
Direct observation of He + pick-up ions of interstellar origin in the solar wind
E. Möbius;D. Hovestadt;B. Klecker;M. Scholer.
Magnetic flux transfer at the magnetopause based on single X line bursty reconnection
Geophysical Research Letters (1988)
CELIAS — Charge, Element and Isotope Analysis System for SOHO
D. Hovestadt;M. Hilchenbach;A. Bürgi;B. Klecker.
Solar Physics (1995)
The Cluster Ion Spectrometry (CIS) Experiment
H. Rème;J. M. Bosqued;J. A. Sauvaud;A. Cros.
Space Science Reviews (1997)
On the motion of artificial ion clouds in the magnetosphere
Planetary and Space Science (1970)
Three‐dimensional particle simulations of collisionless magnetic reconnection
A. Zeiler;D. Biskamp;J. F. Drake;B. N. Rogers.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2002)
Plasma and energetic particle structure upstream of a quasi-parallel interplanetary shock
C. F. Kennel;F. L. Scarf;F. V. Coroniti;C. T. Russell.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1984)
Undriven magnetic reconnection in an isolated current sheet
Journal of Geophysical Research (1989)
A statistical survey of ions observed upstream of the Earth's bow shock: Energy spectra, composition, and spatial variation
F. M. Ipavich;A. B. Galvin;G. Gloeckler;M. Scholer.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1981)
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