I have 90 publications in peer-reviewed journals (Oct 5, 2017)

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See/download a complete list of my publications: PUB_Oct52017

Up-coming key publications

    • Living Reviews: Kilpua, E.K.J., Koskinen, H.E.J., and Pulkkinen, T.I., Coronal Mass Ejections in Interplanetary Space
    • Lumme, E., Pomoell, J., E. Kilpua: Optimization of the photospheric electric field estimates, submitted to Solar Physics

Selection of research papers

  • Kilpue, E.J.K., A. Balogh, R. von Steiger, and Y. Liu,  Geoeffective properties of solar transients and stream interaction regions, Space Science Review, 10.1007/s11214-017-0411-3, 2017.
  • Palmerio, E., E.K.J. Kilpua, W. James, L.M. Green, J. Pomoell, A. Isavnin, G. Valori, Predicting the in-situ magnetic structure of flux ropes from coronal observations, accepted for publication in Solar Physics
  • Kilpua, E.K.J., E. Lumme, K. Andreeova, A. Isavnin, and H.E.J. Koskinen, Properties and drivers of fast interplanetary shocks near the orbit of the Earth (1995-2013), Journal of Geophysical Research, 120, 4112, 2015.
  • Kilpua, E.K.J, Olspert, A. Grigorievskiy, M.J. Käpylä, E.I. Tanskanen, H. Miyahara, R. Kataoka, J. Pelt, and Y.D. Liu, Statistical study of strong and extreme geomagnetic disturbances and solar cycle characteristics, Astrophysical Journal, 806, 272, 2015.
  • Kilpua, E.K.J, H. Hietala, D. Turner, H.E.J. Koskinen, T.I Pulkkinen, J.V. Rodriguez, G.D., S.G. Claudepierre, and H.E., Spence, Unraveling the Drivers of the Storm-Time Radiation Belt Response, Geophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1002/2015GL063542, 2015.
  • Kataoka, R., D. Shiota, E. Kilpua, and K. Keika, Pileup accident hypothesis of magnetic storm on 2015 March 17, Geophysical Research Letter, doi:10.1002/2015GL064816, 2015
  • Liu, Y.D., J.G. Luhmann, P. Kajdič, E.K.J. Kilpua, Lugaz, N.V. Nitta, C. Möstl, B. Lavraud, S.D. Bale, C.J. Farrugia, and A.B. Galvin, Observations of an extreme storm in interplanetary space caused by successive coronal mass ejections, Nature Communications 5,doi:10.1038/ncomms4481, 2014.
  • Kilpua E.K.J., J.G. Luhmann, L.K. Jian, C.T. Russell, and Y. Li, Why have geomagnetic storms been so weak during the recent solar minimum and the rising phase of cycle 24?, Journal of Atmospheric and Terrestrial Research, 107, 12, 2014.
  • Kilpua, E.K.J., A. Isavnin, A. Vourlidas, H.E.J. Kosinen, and L. Rodriguez, On the relationship between coronal mass ejections and magnetic clouds, Annales Geophsicae, 31, 1251, 2013.
  • Kilpua, E.K.J., H. Hietala, H.E.K. Koskinen, D. Fontaine, and L. Turc, Magnetic field and dynamic pressure fluctuations in coronal mass ejection-driven sheath regions, Annales Geophsicae, 31, 1559, 2013.
  • Kilpua, E.K.J., J. Pomoell, A. Vourlidas, R. Vainio, J. Luhmann, Y. Li, P. Schroeder, A.B. Galvin, and K. Simunac, STEREO observations of interplanetary coronal mass ejections and prominence deflection during solar minimum period, Annales Geophysicae, 27, 4491, 2009.
  • Kilpua , E.K.J., P.C. Liewer, C. Farrugia, J.G. Luhmann, C. Möstl, Y. Li, Y. Liu, B. Lynch, C.T. Russell, A. Vourlidas, M.H. Acuna, A.B. Galvin, D. Larson, and J.A. Sauvaud, Multispacecraft observations of magnetic clouds and their solar origins May 19-23, 2007, Solar Physics, 254, 325-344, 2009.
  • Huttunen, K.E.J., S.P. Kilpua , A. Pulkkinen, A. Viljanen, and E. Tanskanen, Solar wind drivers of large geomagnetically induced currents during the solar cycle 23, Space Weather, 6, S10002, doi:10.1029/2007SW000374, 2008
  • Zhang J., I.G. Richardson, D.F. Webb, N. Gopalswamy, K.E.J. Huttunen, J. Kasper, N.V. Nitta, W. Poomvises, B.J. Thompson, C.-C. Wu, S. Yashiro, and A.N. Zhukov, Solar and interplanetary sources of major geomagnetic storms (Dst < -100 nT) during 1996-2005, Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, A10102, doi:10.1029/2007JA012321, 2007
  • Schwenn, R., A. Dal Lago, E.K.J. Huttunen, and W.D. Gonzalez, The association of coronal mass ejections with the effects of their counterparts near the Earth, Annales Geophysicae, 23, 1033, 2005.
  • Huttunen , K.E.J., H.E.J. Koskinen, and R. Schwenn, Variability of magnetospheric stormsdriven by different solar wind perturbations, Journal of Geophysical Research, 107, SPM 20-1, 2002.