Rodrigues, Fabiano S.
Fabiano Rodrigues is an Associate Professor of Physics and part of the faculty of the William B. Hanson Center for Space Sciences. He is also the head of the Upper Atmosphere Remote Sensing (UARS) Lab. His research interests include: In 2019 he was made a Fellow of the Eugene McDermott Professorship.
- Physics of the upper atmosphere
- Ionospheric electrodynamics and irregularities
- Development and application of remote sensing techniques for fundamental and applied studies of the upper atmosphere
- Numerical modeling studies of the thermosphere and ionosphere
- Studies of ionospheric irregularity effects on signals used by global navigation satellite systems (GNSS).
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Previous studies of the Earth's low-latitude ionosphere using in situ measurements made by sensors on the Communication/Navigation Outage Forecasting System (C/NOFS) satellite showed an unexpected predominance of equatorial ...
June Solstice Equatorial Spread F in the American Sector: A Numerical Assessment of Linear Stability Aided by Incoherent Scatter Radar Measurements Previous studies have suggested that weakening downward plasma drifts can produce favorable conditions for the ionospheric Generalized Rayleigh-Taylor (GRT) instability and explain the occurrence of postmidnight equatorial ...
(Copernicus Gesellschaft Mbh, 2015-11-11)We analyzed pre-midnight equatorial F region observations made by the 30 MHz coherent backscatter radar of Sao Luis, Brazil between August 2010 and February 2012. These measurements were processed, and used to create monthly ...
(Copernicus Gesellschaft Mbh, 2014-09-19)We report and discuss interesting observations of the variability of electric fields and ionospheric densities near sunrise in the equatorial ionosphere made by instruments onboard the Communications/Navigation Outage ...