Georgia A De Nolfo

Georgia A De Nolfo

  • RESEARCH AST, FIELDS AND PARTICLES
  • 301.286.1512
  • NASA/GSFC
  • Mail Code: 672
  • Greenbelt , MD 20771
  • Employer: NASA
  • Brief Bio

     Dr. de Nolfo has over 20 years of experience in experimental astrophysics. Her early work focused on instrument development, mission support, and data analysis of high-altitude balloon-borne payloads for cosmic ray physics. Currently, Dr. de Nolfo focuses on the study of solar energetic particle (SEP) data and instrument development of charged and neutral particle detectors for a wide variety of applications including solar and radiation belt science.

    Grants

    04/01/2014 - 03/31/2017 ROSES Solar and Heliospheric Research, NASA
     Origin of the High-Energy Solar Energetic Particles ; PI
    04/18/2013 - 03/20/2015 ROSE Solar and Heliospheric Research, NASA
     Energy Release, Acceleration, and Escape of Solar Energetic Ions ; PI
    09/01/2010 - 09/01/2011 Fermi Guest Investigator, NASA
     Constraining the Sources & Acceleration Processes of SEPs ; PI

    Publications

    Refereed

    Barbier, L., W. Binns, E. Christain, et al. J. Cummings, G. Denolfo, S. Geier, M. Israel, J. Link, R. Mewaldt, J. Mitchell, S. Schindler, L. Scott, E. Stone, R. Streitmatter, and C. Waddington. 2002. "Measurement of the ultra-heavy galactic cosmic ray abundances with the TIGER instrument." 34th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, 34:

    Schneider, E., S. W. Barwick, J. J. Beatty, et al. C. R. Bower, C. Chaput, S. Coutu, G. deNolfo, D. Ficenec, J. Knapp, D. M. Lowder, S. McKee, D. Muller, J. A. Musser, S. L. Nutter, S. P. Swordy, K. K. Tang, G. Tarle, A. D. Tomasch, and E. Torbet. 1995. "Measurement of the μ+- Ratio as a Function of Depth in the Atmosphere." International Cosmic Ray Conference, 1: 690-.

    Denolfo, G., J. A. Simpson, A. J. Tuzzolino, L. V. Ksanfomality, and R. Z. Sagdeev. 1991. "Detection of Micron-sized Particles in Meteor Streams Crossing the Trajectories of the Vega-I and Vega-2 Spacecraft." Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts, 22: 313-.

    Brief Bio

     Dr. de Nolfo has over 20 years of experience in experimental astrophysics. Her early work focused on instrument development, mission support, and data analysis of high-altitude balloon-borne payloads for cosmic ray physics. Currently, Dr. de Nolfo focuses on the study of solar energetic particle (SEP) data and instrument development of charged and neutral particle detectors for a wide variety of applications including solar and radiation belt science.

    Publications

    Refereed

    Barbier, L., W. Binns, E. Christain, et al. J. Cummings, G. Denolfo, S. Geier, M. Israel, J. Link, R. Mewaldt, J. Mitchell, S. Schindler, L. Scott, E. Stone, R. Streitmatter, and C. Waddington. 2002. "Measurement of the ultra-heavy galactic cosmic ray abundances with the TIGER instrument." 34th COSPAR Scientific Assembly 34

    Schneider, E., S. W. Barwick, J. J. Beatty, et al. C. R. Bower, C. Chaput, S. Coutu, G. deNolfo, D. Ficenec, J. Knapp, D. M. Lowder, S. McKee, D. Muller, J. A. Musser, S. L. Nutter, S. P. Swordy, K. K. Tang, G. Tarle, A. D. Tomasch, and E. Torbet. 1995. "Measurement of the μ+- Ratio as a Function of Depth in the Atmosphere." International Cosmic Ray Conference 1 690-

    Denolfo, G., J. A. Simpson, A. J. Tuzzolino, L. V. Ksanfomality, and R. Z. Sagdeev. 1991. "Detection of Micron-sized Particles in Meteor Streams Crossing the Trajectories of the Vega-I and Vega-2 Spacecraft." Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts 22 313-

                                                                                                                                                                                            
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