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Emma Spanswick is an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at UCalgary and the associate director of the Auroral Imaging Group (AIG). The AIG is a world leader in developing and operating instrumentation for observing the Northern Lights and prides itself on developing cutting edge instruments and data systems.
Emma specializes in space physics and magnetospheric physics, and her research interests include electromagnetism, plasma physics, and geophysics.
- Yang, B., Donovan, E., Liang, J., & Spanswick, E. (2017, February). A statistical study of the motion of pulsating aurora patches: using the THEMIS All-Sky Imager. In Annales Geophysicae (Vol. 35, No. 2, p. 217). Copernicus GmbH.
- Kabin, K., Kalugin, G., Donovan, E., & Spanswick, E. (2017). Particle energization by a substorm dipolarization. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 122(1), 349-367.
- Branduardi-Raymont, G., Wang, C., Steven, S., Dai, L., Li, L., Donovan, E., ... & Whittaker, I. (2017, April). SMILE: A new approach to exploring solar-terrestrial relationships. In EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts (Vol. 19, p. 8153).