American Geophysical Union highlights plasma research by DuBois
Ami DuBois, a Ph.D. graduate of the Department of Physics, has been highlighted by the American Geophysical Union journals for her research on laboratory simulations of boundary layers in the Earth’s magnetosphere. Her work was performed using the Auburn Linear EXperiment for Instability Studies (ALEXIS), one of the suites of laboratory experiments in the Plasma Sciences Laboratory. DuBois and a team of researchers were the first to show that compressing a magnetized plasma could create broadband electrostatic noise. She is currently a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Click here
to read her research highlight by the American Geophysical Union.