Hybrid-Vlasov Simulation Code
The University of Helsinki is developing a 6-dimensional Vlasov theory-based simulation called Vlasiator. The focus is to simulate the entire near-Earth space at a global scale using the kinetic hybrid-Vlasov approach, to study fundamental plasma processes (reconnection, particle acceleration, shocks) and gain a deeper understanding of space weather.
Recruiting summer trainees for 2021
The UH Space Physics Group is recruiting summer trainees! Trainees will work with the space weather simulation Vlasiator and with projects...
Finnish Satellite Workshop and Remote Sensing Days on 20-22, 2020 in Aalto University gathered 500 participants
The Finnish Satellite Workshop is the biggest New Space meeting in Finland, as well as in Scandinavia and the Baltic countries. It brings...