About Me

I am a University Researcher working at the University of Helsinki, Finland. My current research topics include terascale simulations of the Earth’s magnetosphere and bow shock, focusing on particle injection and acceleration in addition to foreshock physics. I am one of the main code developers for Vlasiator and am the author of the eVlasiator electron model. In the past I have been involved in research on the acceleration, propagation, and detection of Solar Energetic Particles (SEPs). I’m most interested in researching new ways to investigate plasma physics phenomena through computational physics.

See also our group websites at:
https://blogs.helsinki.fi/spacephysics
https://www.physics.helsinki.fi/vlasiator
https://www.physics.helsinki.fi/sustainable-space

Contact information

name: Markus Battarbee
e-mail: markus.battarbee (at) helsinki.fi
Address: Department of Physics, University of Helsinki
PL 64, 00014 Helsingin Yliopisto, FINLAND