IMPTAM continues to participate in several international collaborative projects.

SPACECAST project was funded by the European Union's 7th Framework Programme. It's goal was to protect satellites on orbit by modelling and forecasting particle radiation.
Newer projects include SPACESTORM (EU FP7) and PROGRESS (PRediction Of Geospace Radiation Environment and Solar wind parameterS, EU Horizon2020).

IMPTAM presentation for the SpaceCast project:
    "Nowcast model of low energy electrons for charging hazards" (a powerpoint ppt file)
Presentation given at the NASA SpaceApps Challenge 2015 event in Mikkeli:
    "Using realtime data from NASA satellites" (ppt)

More on Space Weather:

Space Weather research at the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI)

Avaruussäästä suomeksi Ilmatieteen laitoksen sivuilla:
* Miten avaruussää vaikuttaa?
* Ajantasainen avaruussäätiedote

Other related projects at FMI:
* AurorasNOW: Aurora visibility service by FMI
* ReSoLVE: Research on Solar Long-term Variability and Effects Center of Excellence. FMI hosts the MAGNETIC team that will characterize centennial evolution of magnetospheric dynamics.

NOAA's Space weather center:
* What Space Weather Looks Like?
* Impacts of Space Weather
* NOAA's space weather products and satellite data center

Recent Publications

Ganushkina, N., et al.: Nowcast model for low energy electrons in the inner magnetosphere, Space Weather, accepted 2014.
Ganushkina, N., et al.: Low-energy electrons (5–50 keV) in the inner magnetosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 119, 2014.
Ganushkina, N., et al.: Transport of the plasma sheet electrons to the geostationary distances, J. Geophys. Res., 118, 2013.
Ganushkina, N., et al.: Inner magnetosphere currents during the CIR/HSS storm on July 21-23, 2009, J. Geophys. Res., 117, 2012.
Ganushkina, N., et al.: Storm-time ring current: model-dependent results, Ann. Geophys., 30, 2012.

Ganushkina, N.: Drivers of the Inner Magnetosphere in The Inner Magnetosphere: Physics and Modeling, 2013.

More articles and presentations on IMPTAM

IMPTAM in Media: article on 9 Dec 2013: Simulation of electron environment in space at 36,000 km.
Article in Engineering and Technology magazine on 9 December 2013: Tool for radiation forecasting can warn satellite operators.