2014 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
2011 - Member of Academia Europaea
1998 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geophysics, Substorm, Magnetosphere, Solar wind and Plasma sheet. Her research integrates issues of Geosynchronous orbit, Geomagnetic storm, Interplanetary magnetic field and Magnetometer in her study of Geophysics. The various areas that Tuija Pulkkinen examines in her Substorm study include Computational physics, Convection and Current sheet.
Her study in Magnetosphere is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Magnetohydrodynamics, Magnetic cloud, Ionosphere and Electrojet. Her Ionosphere research includes elements of Meteorology and Atmospheric sciences. Her research in Solar wind is mostly concerned with Coronal mass ejection.
Her primary areas of investigation include Geophysics, Magnetosphere, Solar wind, Substorm and Ionosphere. Her studies deal with areas such as Magnetopause, Computational physics, Magnetohydrodynamics, Plasma sheet and Interplanetary magnetic field as well as Geophysics. Her Computational physics course of study focuses on Plasma and Electron.
Her studies examine the connections between Magnetosphere and genetics, as well as such issues in Geomagnetic storm, with regards to Ring current and Magnetic cloud. Her Solar wind study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Earth's magnetic field and Atmospheric sciences. Her research in Substorm tackles topics such as Electrojet which are related to areas like Magnetometer.
Solar wind, Magnetosphere, Geophysics, Magnetosheath and Plasma are her primary areas of study. Her research in Solar wind intersects with topics in Atmospheric sciences and Mach number. Tuija Pulkkinen does research in Magnetosphere, focusing on Substorm specifically.
Her Substorm research incorporates elements of Wedge, Solar minimum and Electrojet. Tuija Pulkkinen interconnects Geosynchronous orbit, Bow shocks in astrophysics, Interplanetary magnetic field, Plasma sheet and Earth's magnetic field in the investigation of issues within Geophysics. The concepts of her Plasma study are interwoven with issues in Computational physics, Electron and Atomic physics.
Tuija Pulkkinen focuses on Solar wind, Geophysics, Computational physics, Plasma and Magnetosphere. In her research, Coronal mass ejection and Geomagnetic storm is intimately related to Space weather, which falls under the overarching field of Solar wind. Her Geophysics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Magnetopause, Magnetosheath, Geosynchronous orbit, Interplanetary magnetic field and Earth's magnetic field.
Her study focuses on the intersection of Computational physics and fields such as Bow shock with connections in the field of Instability, Classical mechanics and Turbulence. Her work deals with themes such as Magnetohydrodynamics, Atmospheric sciences and Ionosphere, which intersect with Magnetosphere. Her Ionosphere research includes themes of Poynting vector and Electrojet.
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Neutral line model of substorms: Past results and present view
D. N. Baker;T. I. Pulkkinen;V. Angelopoulos;W. Baumjohann.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1996)
Steady magnetospheric convection: A review of recent results
V. A. Sergeev;R. J. Pellinen;T. I. Pulkkinen.
Space Science Reviews (1996)
Space Weather: Terrestrial Perspective
Living Reviews in Solar Physics (2007)
Coronal mass ejections and their sheath regions in interplanetary space
Emilia Kilpua;Hannu E. J. Koskinen;Hannu E. J. Koskinen;Tuija I. Pulkkinen.
Living Reviews in Solar Physics (2017)
Coronal mass ejections, magnetic clouds, and relativistic magnetospheric electron events: ISTP
D. N. Baker;T. I. Pulkkinen;X. Li;S. G. Kanekal.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1998)
Evaluation of the tail current contribution to Dst
Niescja E Turner;D N Baker;T I Pulkkinen;R L McPherron.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2000)
Substorm Current Wedge Revisited
Larry. Kepko;R. L. McPherron;O. Amm;S. Apatenkov.
Space Science Reviews (2015)
Growth-Phase Thinning of the Near-Earth Current Sheet During the Cdaw-6 Substorm
Jeff Sanny;R. L. McPherron;C. T. Russell;D. N. Baker.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1994)
Pseudobreakup and substorm growth phase in the ionosphere and magnetosphere
H. E. J. Koskinen;R. E. Lopez;R. J. Pellinen;T. I. Pulkkinen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1993)
Particle scattering and current sheet stability in the geomagnetic tail during the substorm growth phase
T. I. Pulkkinen;D. N. Baker;R. J. Pellinen;J. Büchner.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1992)
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