His main research concerns Depth sounding, Mars Exploration Program, MARSIS, Remote sensing and Radar. His Depth sounding research spans across into areas like Comet nucleus, Comet and Mineralogy. His studies in Comet integrate themes in fields like Propagation time and Solar System.
His study in MARSIS is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Martian and Ionospheric sounding. His Remote sensing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Reflection, Orbiter and Radar imaging. When carried out as part of a general Radar research project, his work on Radar astronomy is frequently linked to work in Circumstellar habitable zone, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Wlodek Kofman mainly investigates Radar, Remote sensing, Comet, Mars Exploration Program and Depth sounding. His Radar research incorporates elements of Wavelength, Tomography and Icy moon, Jupiter. Wlodek Kofman studied Remote sensing and Bistatic radar that intersect with Surface roughness.
Wlodek Kofman has researched Comet in several fields, including Spacecraft and Permittivity. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including MARSIS and Geophysics. His Depth sounding research covers fields of interest such as Comet nucleus and Orbiter.
His main research concerns Comet, Astrobiology, Radar, Remote sensing and Depth sounding. His Comet study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Spacecraft, Wavelength and Permittivity. His Permittivity study incorporates themes from Computational physics, Mineralogy, Astrophysics and Optics.
He interconnects Hard rime and Icy moon in the investigation of issues within Radar. His work investigates the relationship between Remote sensing and topics such as MARSIS that intersect with problems in Ionospheric sounding. His Depth sounding research includes elements of Comet nucleus, Geophysics and Orbiter.
His primary scientific interests are in Comet, Astrobiology, Radar, Permittivity and Solar System. His Comet research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Spacecraft and Orbiter. His Radar research incorporates themes from Remote sensing and Aliasing.
His research in Permittivity intersects with topics in Porosity and Astrophysics. His Mars Exploration Program research includes themes of MARSIS, Total electron content, Aeronautics and Ionosphere. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Depth sounding and Geophysics research.
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Radar Soundings of the Subsurface of Mars
Giovanni Picardi;Jeffrey J. Plaut;Daniela Biccari;Ornella Bombaci.
Subsurface radar sounding of the south polar layered deposits of Mars.
Jeffrey J. Plaut;Giovanni Picardi;Ali Safaeinili;Anton B. Ivanov.
The landing(s) of Philae and inferences about comet surface mechanical properties
Jens Biele;Stephan Ulamec;Michael Maibaum;Reinhard Roll.
Properties of the 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko interior revealed by CONSERT radar
Wlodek Kofman;Alain Herique;Yves Barbin;Jean Pierre Barriot.
The Cluster Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Field Fluctuations (STAFF) Experiment
N. Cornilleau-Wehrlin;P. Chauveau;S. Louis;A. Meyer.
Space Science Reviews (1997)
The Comet Nucleus Sounding Experiment by Radiowave Transmission (CONSERT): A Short Description of the Instrument and of the Commissioning Stages
Wlodek Kofman;Alain Hérique;Jean-Pierre Goutail;Tor Hagfors.
Space Science Reviews (2007)
The Mars express MARSIS sounder instrument
R. Jordan;G. Picardi;J. Plaut;K. Wheeler.
Planetary and Space Science (2009)
Dielectric map of the Martian northern hemisphere and the nature of plain filling materials
Jérémie Mouginot;Jérémie Mouginot;Antoine Pommerol;Antoine Pommerol;Pierre Beck;Wlodek Kofman.
Geophysical Research Letters (2012)
Estimation of the Total Electron Content of the Martian Ionosphere using Radar Sounder Surface Echoes
Ali Safaeinili;Wlodek Kofman;Jérémie Mouginot;Yonggyu Gim.
Geophysical Research Letters (2007)
North polar deposits of Mars: Extreme purity of the water ice
Cyril Grima;Wlodek Kofman;Jérémie Mouginot;Roger J. Phillips.
Geophysical Research Letters (2009)
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