Dr. Ryoichi FUJII

Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory
Nagoya University
Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku
Nagoya 464-8601, JAPAN

E-mail: rfujii (at) stelab.nagoya-u.ac.jp

Research Interests

The Higashiyama Branch 2 division has been conducting researches mainly using the EISCAT radar system that consists of the KST UHF tristatic radars, VHF radar and heating facility, and the newly constructed EISCAT Svalbard (ESR) radar. The EISCAT project is a joint program between the STE Laboratory of Nagoya University and the National Institute of Polar Research (NIPR). NIPR and STEL are representing Japan as a member country.

My own scientific interests are:

         Solar wind-magnetosphere interactions

         Magnetosphere-ionosphere-thermosphere coupling

         Planetary ionospheres and magnetospheres

A brief general introduction of our research field with links to tutorial pages is available at the home page of the Division 2, "Ionospheric and Magnetospheric Environment", of the STEL.


English version & Japanese version


Publication list

My publication list

For our recent activities for researches related to EISCAT and education, please see
Branch 2 Higashiyama EISCAT publication list

For the recent activities by the nationwide researchers for EISCAT, please see
Whole publication list


Last modified: Monday, December 28, 2009