Raytheon





Amy Boonsiriseth, Ph.D.
Principal Systems Engineer
Defense Space Engineering
310.334.0623
Amy_Boonsiriseth@raytheon.com

Space and Airborne Systems
2000 East El Segundo Boulevard
P.O. Box 902
Building R2, Mail Station V555
El Segundo, California
90245 USA







Space Physicist (Magnetospheric Physics)

Educational Background

Doctorate of Philosophy in Atmospheric Sciences from
University of California, Los Angeles, 2003

Master of Science in Atmospheric Sciences from
University of California, Los Angeles, 1997


Experience

Principal Systems Engineer

Senior Systems Engineer II

Adjunct Professor

Postdoctoral Researcher

Graduate Student Researcher

Teaching Associate Researcher Teaching Assistant Academic Tutor

Publications (Click here for research information.)


Presentations
 

Storm-time electric field study from MACEP (Mapping of AMIE Convection Electric Potentials), Boonsiriseth, A., R. M. Thorne, G. Lu, V. K. Jordanova,   M. F. Thomsen, and D.M. Ober, GEM Workshop, Snowmass, Colorado, June 2000.

Inner magnetospheric storm-time convection, Boonsiriseth, A., Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences Weekly Seminar, UCLA, Los Angeles, California, May 2000.

MACEP (Mapping of AMIE Convection Electric Potentials), Boonsiriseth, A., R. M. Thorne, G. Lu, D. M. Ober, and M. F. Thomsen, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, California, December 1999.

Storm-time convection features observed from MACEP for Jan. 10 and May 15, 1997, Boonsiriseth, A., R. M. Thorne, and G. Lu, (LANL) IGPP Conference on Transport in the Magnetosphere, Yellowstone, MT, September 1999.

A comparison study of the convection electric field during the Jan. 10 and May 15, 1997 storms, Boonsiriseth, A., R. M. Thorne, G. Lu, and V. K. Jordanova, GEM Workshop, Snowmass, Colorado, June 1999.

Magnetospheric electric field variation during Jan. 10, 1997 storm infered from AMIE electric potentials, Boonsiriseth, A., R. M. Thorne, G. Lu, M. F. Thomsen, and V. K. Jordanova, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, California, December 1998.

Modeling of the inner magnetospheric electric potentials during the January '97 geomagnetic storm, Boonsiriseth, A., R. M. Thorne, V. K. Jordanova, and G. Lu, GEM Workshop, Snowmass, Colorado, June 1998.

ISTP study of ring current dynamics during recent geomagnetic storms, Boonsiriseth, A., and R. M. Thorne, Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, California, December 1997.


Honors

        Jacob Bjerknes Memorial Award for Graduate Research,  University of California, Los Angeles, Fall, 2000.

        Morris Neiburger Award for Outstanding Teaching,  University of California, Los Angeles, Fall, 2000.


Professional Activities

President of Departmental Graduate Student Association

Member of American Geophysical Union Member of Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society Volunteer of The Challenger Boys' and Girls' Club (Science Demonstrations)

Other Contact Information

amyatmos@ucla.edu
tobster@amyboonsiriseth.com
amyboonsiriseth.com

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