Editorial board

Editors of this journal work on a purely voluntary basis without remuneration in line with the not-for-profit philosophy of the EGU.

Editorial board

Editors-in-chief

Ioannis A. Daglis

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Department of Physics
Greece

Christoph Jacobi

Leipzig University
Institute for Meteorology
Upper Atmosphere
Germany

Ingrid Mann

UiT the Arctic University of Norway
Physics and Technology
Science and Technology
Norway
Topic editors

Oliver Allanson

University of Birmingham
School of Engineering
Space Environment and Radio Engineering
United Kingdom

Subject areas

Subject areas

Magnetosphere & space plasma physics
Space weather, climate, habitability, and life in (exo-)planetary context

Georgios Balasis

National Observatory of Athens
Institute for Astronomy, Astrophysics, Space Applications and Remote Sensing
Greece

Subject areas

Subject areas

Magnetosphere & space plasma physics
Space weather, climate, habitability, and life in (exo-)planetary context

Jens Berdermann

German Aerospace Center Institute for Solar-Terrestrial Physics
Space Weather Impact
Germany

Subject areas

Subject areas

Earth's ionosphere & aeronomy
Space weather, climate, habitability, and life in (exo-)planetary context

Dominique Bockelee-Morvan

CNRS/ Observatoire de Paris
LESIA
France

Subject areas

Subject areas

Exoplanets systems
Small bodies (dwarf planets, asteroids, comets) to dust

Claudia Borries

Deutsches Zentrum für Luft und Raumfahrt e.V.
Germany

Subject areas

Subject areas

Earth's ionosphere & aeronomy

Dalia Buresova

Institute of Atmospheric Physics, CAS
Ionosphere and Aeronomy
Czech Republic

Subject areas

Subject areas

Earth's ionosphere & aeronomy
General or miscellaneous

Ioannis A. Daglis

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Department of Physics
Greece

Subject areas

Subject areas

Magnetosphere & space plasma physics
Space weather, climate, habitability, and life in (exo-)planetary context

Johan De Keyser

Royal Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy
Space Physics
Belgium

Subject areas

Subject areas

Small bodies (dwarf planets, asteroids, comets) to dust

Ana G. Elias

Universidad Nacional de Tucuman (UNT)
Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Tecnología
Physics
Argentina

Subject areas

Subject areas

Earth's ionosphere & aeronomy
General or miscellaneous

Bernard Foing

LUNEX EuroMoonMars EuroSpaceHub & Leiden
EuroMoonMars, EuroSpaceHub Academy
Netherlands

Subject areas

Subject areas

Exoplanets systems
Terrestrial planets systems

Theodore Giannaros

National Observatory of Athens
Institute of Environmental Research and Sustainable Development
Greece

Subject areas

Subject areas

Terrestrial atmosphere and its relation to the sun

Matina Gkioulidou

Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL)
United States

Subject areas

Subject areas

General or miscellaneous
Magnetosphere & space plasma physics

Margit Haberreiter

PMOD/WRC
Switzerland

Subject areas

Subject areas

Space weather, climate, habitability, and life in (exo-)planetary context
Sun & heliosphere

Alexa Halford

NASA Goddard
Heliophysics
United States

Subject areas

Subject areas

Earth's ionosphere & aeronomy
Magnetosphere & space plasma physics
Space weather, climate, habitability, and life in (exo-)planetary context

Keisuke Hosokawa

University of Electro-Communications
Japan

Subject areas

Subject areas

Earth's ionosphere & aeronomy
General or miscellaneous

Christoph Jacobi

Leipzig University
Institute for Meteorology
Upper Atmosphere
Germany

Subject areas

Subject areas

General or miscellaneous
Small bodies (dwarf planets, asteroids, comets) to dust
Terrestrial atmosphere and its relation to the sun

Christos Katsavrias

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Physics
Greece

Subject areas

Subject areas

Magnetosphere & space plasma physics

Andrew J. Kavanagh

British Antarctic Survey
United Kingdom

Subject areas

Subject areas

General or miscellaneous
Terrestrial atmosphere and its relation to the sun

Elena Kronberg

Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Geophysics
Germany

Subject areas

Subject areas

Magnetosphere & space plasma physics
Space weather, climate, habitability, and life in (exo-)planetary context

Wen Li

Boston University
United States

Subject areas

Subject areas

Magnetosphere & space plasma physics

Vincent Maget

ONERA
Department Physics Instrumentation Environment spacE
France

Subject areas

Subject areas

General or miscellaneous
Magnetosphere & space plasma physics

Ingrid Mann

UiT the Arctic University of Norway
Physics and Technology
Science and Technology
Norway

Anna Milillo

National Institute of Astrophysics
Institute for Space Astrophysics and Planetology
Italy

Subject areas

Subject areas

General or miscellaneous
Magnetosphere & space plasma physics

Yoshizumi Miyoshi

Nagoya University
Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research
Japan

Subject areas

Subject areas

General or miscellaneous
Magnetosphere & space plasma physics

Stephen J. Mojzsis

HUN-REN Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
ORI
Hungary

Subject areas

Subject areas

Exoplanets systems
Small bodies (dwarf planets, asteroids, comets) to dust
Terrestrial atmosphere and its relation to the sun

Christopher Mouikis

University of New Hampshire
EOS
Space Science Center
United States

Subject areas

Subject areas

General or miscellaneous
Magnetosphere & space plasma physics

Tadashi Mukai

Kobe University
Japan

Subject areas

Subject areas

Small bodies (dwarf planets, asteroids, comets) to dust

Minna Palmroth

University of Helsinki
also at: Finnish Meteorological Institute
Finland

Subject areas

Subject areas

General or miscellaneous
Magnetosphere & space plasma physics

Ernesto Palomba

Italy

Subject areas

Subject areas

Terrestrial planets systems

Igo Paulino

Universidade Federal de Campina Grande
Department of Physics
Brazil

Subject areas

Subject areas

Earth's ionosphere & aeronomy
Terrestrial atmosphere and its relation to the sun

Petr Pisoft

Charles University
Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
Department of Atmospheric Physics
Czech Republic

Subject areas

Subject areas

General or miscellaneous
Terrestrial atmosphere and its relation to the sun

Jonathan Rae

Northumbria University
United Kingdom

Subject areas

Subject areas

Magnetosphere & space plasma physics
Space weather, climate, habitability, and life in (exo-)planetary context

Elias Roussos

Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research (MPS)
Germany

Subject areas

Subject areas

General or miscellaneous
Giant planets systems
Magnetosphere & space plasma physics

Ingmar Sandberg

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Department of Aerospace Science and Technology
Greece

Subject areas

Subject areas

Magnetosphere & space plasma physics
Space weather, climate, habitability, and life in (exo-)planetary context

Erik Schmölter

German Aerospace Center, DLR e. V.
Institute for Solar-Terrestrial Physics
Germany

Subject areas

Subject areas

Earth's ionosphere & aeronomy

Nick Sergis

Office of Space Research and Technology Academy of Athens
Office for Space Research and Technology
Greece

Subject areas

Subject areas

General or miscellaneous
Giant planets systems
Magnetosphere & space plasma physics

Gunter Stober

University Bern
Institute of Applied Physics
Microwave Physics
Switzerland

Subject areas

Subject areas

Small bodies (dwarf planets, asteroids, comets) to dust
Terrestrial atmosphere and its relation to the sun

Kleomenis Tsiganis

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Department of Physics
Greece

Subject areas

Subject areas

Small bodies (dwarf planets, asteroids, comets) to dust

Maria Usanova

University of Colorado Boulder
LASP
United States

Subject areas

Subject areas

General or miscellaneous
Magnetosphere & space plasma physics
Space weather, climate, habitability, and life in (exo-)planetary context

Vivien Wendt

DLR Institute for Solar-Terrestrial Physics
Solar-Terrestrial Coupling Processes
Germany

Subject areas

Subject areas

Earth's ionosphere & aeronomy
Terrestrial atmosphere and its relation to the sun

Stephanie C. Werner

PHAB, University of Oslo
Centre for Planetary Habitability
Norway

Subject areas

Subject areas

Terrestrial planets systems

Peter Wurz

Universität Bern
Physikalisches Institut
Space Science and Planetology
Switzerland

Subject areas

Subject areas

Exoplanets systems
Small bodies (dwarf planets, asteroids, comets) to dust
Sun & heliosphere