2023 - Research.com Earth Science in France Leader Award
2018 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geophysics, Ionosphere, Seismology, Total electron content and Geodesy. His study in Geophysics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Atmosphere, Seismometer, Rayleigh wave and Mars Exploration Program. His Mars Exploration Program study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Radar, Orbiter and Regolith.
His research in Ionosphere tackles topics such as Surface wave which are related to areas like Seismic wave. His research investigates the link between Seismology and topics such as Gravity wave that cross with problems in Internal wave. His study in Total electron content is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Epicenter and Perturbation.
Philippe Lognonné mainly investigates Mars Exploration Program, Geophysics, Seismology, Seismometer and Ionosphere. The concepts of his Mars Exploration Program study are interwoven with issues in Induced seismicity, Planet and Planetary science. He works mostly in the field of Geophysics, limiting it down to concerns involving Rayleigh wave and, occasionally, Seismic wave.
Philippe Lognonné has included themes like Attenuation and Ionospheric sounding in his Seismology study. His Seismometer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Seismic noise, Amplitude, Noise, Remote sensing and Regolith. His work is dedicated to discovering how Ionosphere, Geodesy are connected with Global Positioning System and Perturbation and other disciplines.
His main research concerns Mars Exploration Program, Seismology, Seismometer, Geophysics and Martian. Philippe Lognonné combines subjects such as Atmosphere, Geodesy, Crust, Planet and Induced seismicity with his study of Mars Exploration Program. His Crust research includes themes of Elysium and Mantle.
His Seismology research incorporates elements of Attenuation and Period. His Seismometer research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Exploration of Mars, Broadband, Seismic noise, Noise and Moment magnitude scale. His Geophysics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Planetary science, Tectonics, Mars landing and Regolith.
Philippe Lognonné mostly deals with Mars Exploration Program, Seismometer, Seismology, Martian and Induced seismicity. His Mars Exploration Program study incorporates themes from Atmosphere, Geophysics, Crust, Wind speed and Planet. His Geophysics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Surface wave, Boundary layer and Infrasound.
Philippe Lognonné has researched Seismometer in several fields, including Impact crater, Moment magnitude scale, Payload and Noise. His work deals with themes such as Planetary science, Inversion and Broadband, which intersect with Seismology. His Atmosphere of Mars study in the realm of Martian connects with subjects such as Single station.
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Seismic detection of the lunar core
Renee C. Weber;Pei Ying Lin;Edward J. Garnero;Quentin Williams.
Ionospheric detection of gravity waves induced by tsunamis
Juliette Artru;Vesna Ducic;Hiroo Kanamori;Philippe Lognonné.
Geophysical Journal International (2005)
A new seismic model of the Moon: implications for structure, thermal evolution and formation of the Moon
Philippe Lognonné;Jeannine Gagnepain-Beyneix;Hugues Chenet.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2003)
Very preliminary reference Moon model
Raphaël F. Garcia;Raphaël F. Garcia;Jeannine Gagnepain-Beyneix;Sébastien Chevrot;Sébastien Chevrot;Philippe Lognonné.
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (2011)
Ionospheric remote sensing of the Denali Earthquake Rayleigh surface waves
Vesna Ducic;Juliette Artru;Philippe Lognonné.
Geophysical Research Letters (2003)
Acoustic waves generated from seismic surface waves: propagation properties determined from Doppler sounding observations and normal-mode modelling
Juliette Artru;Thomas Farges;Philippe Lognonné.
Geophysical Journal International (2004)
Initial results from the InSight mission on Mars
W. Bruce Banerdt;Suzanne E. Smrekar;Don Banfield;Domenico Giardini.
Nature Geoscience (2020)
SEIS: Insight’s Seismic Experiment for Internal Structure of Mars
P. Lognonné;W. B. Banerdt;D. Giardini;W. T. Pike.
Space Science Reviews (2019)
A seismic model of the lunar mantle and constraints on temperature and mineralogy
Jeannine Gagnepain-Beyneix;Philippe Lognonné;Hugues Chenet;Denis Lombardi.
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (2006)
The resonant response of the ionosphere imaged after the 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake
Lucie M. Rolland;Philippe Lognonné;Elvira Astafyeva;E. Alam Kherani.
Earth, Planets and Space (2011)
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