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Dr. Keisuke Hosokawa is a natural scientist/space physicist investigating the environment of the planetary upper atmosphere (ionosphere and magnetosphere) by using experiments with ground-based radio and optical instruments, and space-based satellite. In particular, he is interested in the impact of the disturbances in the Earth's upper atmosphere on modern technologies such as space-based infrastructures. His research sometimes takes him to the high arctic region to setup his instruments for measurements.

He completed a doctorate in solar-terrestrial physics at Department of Geophysics, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University. He is now a professor in Department of Communication Engineering and Informatics, The University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo.

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RECENT NEWS + UPDATE HISTORY in 2020

20200904: Kataoka+2020 has been published in Journal of Geophysical Research: Release from UEC, Release from NIPR, Release from JAXA
20200825: Sakai+2020 has been published in Space Weather, which is related to the VHF radio observation project
20200824: PDF version of Curriculum Vitae was updated
20200823: VITAE, PAPER, TALKS, SITES, CLASS were updated
20200731: New research grant was awarded by JSPS for FY 2020-2020 for the project of auroral imaging from the International Space Station (ISS)
20200716: Auroral Medal of SGEPSS Fall Meeting was awarded to two graduate students, Yuki Kawamura and Sota Nanjo
20200710: Kawamura+2020 has been published in Earth, Planets and Space, which is related to the pulsating aurora research project
20200701: New paper was published in Earth, Planets and Space, which is related to the VHF radio observation project
20200531: New research grant was awarded by the Murata Foundation in FY 2020-2021 for the VHF radio observation project and HF Doppler project
20200526: Hashimoto+2020 has been published in Earth, Planets and Space, which is related to the HF Doppler project
20200506: New paper was published in Earth, Planets and Space, which is related to the imaging project of plasma bubble with low cost imagers
20200225: New paper was published in Scientific Reports: Release from UEC, Release from NIPR, Release from JAXA
20200222: Nanjo+2020 has been published in Journal of Geophysical Research, which is related to the project of auroral imaging from the International Space Station (ISS)
20200205: New review paper was published in Space Science Review as part of ISSI book targeting "Auroral Physics"
20200129: Billett+2020 has been published in Geophysical Research Letters, which is an outcome from Dan's stay with us in early 2019