EISCAT_3D Project Manager. She will start in this function on 1st August, 2011 at the EISCAT Headquarters in Kiruna, Sweden, where she will move after her current employment at the Belgium Institute of Space Aeronomy.
Ingrid Mann started her physics education first in experimental atomic physics, but completed her Ph.D. in Space Physics in 1990. Thereafter she has carried out extended research on interstellar, cometary and interplanetary dust, concentrating on meteors in the Earth's atmosphere, entry of dust into the solar corona and dust-gas interactions in the vicinity of comets while participating the Rosetta mission. She has previous employments and visiting professorships in a number of countries and long experience in forming research groups, fund raising and chairing international research teams. She has over 100 scientific publications in peer-reviewed journals and books.
We welcome Dr Ingrid Mann to the EISCAT_3D team!