IEDA, Akimasa

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Name
IEDA, Akimasa
E-mail
iedaisee.nagoya-u.ac.jp
URL
http://www.isee.nagoya-u.ac.jp/~ieda/en/
Affiliation
Nagoya University
Section
Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research Division for Integrated Studies
Job title
Assistant Professor

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Jul 1998
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Mar 2001
NASA Goddard space flight center / NRC research associate
 
Feb 2003
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Mar 2007
Assistant, Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory Division IV: Integrated Studies, Nagoya University
 
Apr 2007
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Sep 2015
Assistant Professor, Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory Division IV: Integrated Studies, Nagoya University
 
Oct 2015
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Today
Assistant Professor, Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research Division for Integrated Studies, Nagoya University
 

Misc

 
Ieda Akimasa, Kauristie Kirsti, Nishimura Yukitoshi, Miyashita Yukinaga, Frey Harald U., Juusola Liisa, Whiter Daniel, Nose Masahito, Fillingim Matthew O., Honary Farideh, Rogers Neil C., Miyoshi Yoshizumi, Miura Tsubasa, Kawashima Takahiro, Machida Shinobu
EARTH PLANETS AND SPACE   70    May 2018
Seki Kanako, Miyoshi Yoshizumi, Ebihara Yusuke, Katoh Yuto, Amano Takanobu, Saito Shinji, Shoji Masafumi, Nakamizo Aoi, Keika Kunihiro, Hori Tomoaki, Nakano Shin'ya, Watanabe Shigeto, Kamiya Kei, Takahashi Naoko, Omura Yoshiharu, Nose Masahito, Fok Mei-Ching, Tanaka Takashi, Ieda Akimasa, Yoshikawa Akimasa
EARTH PLANETS AND SPACE   70    Feb 2018
Keika Kunihiro, Miyoshi Yoshizumi, Machida Shinobu, Ieda Akimasa, Seki Kanako, Hori Tomoaki, Miyashita Yukinaga, Shoji Masafumi, Shinohara Iku, Angelopoulos Vassilis, Lewis Jim W., Flores Aaron
EARTH PLANETS AND SPACE   69    Dec 2017
Ieda, A. , Y. Nishimura, Y. Miyashita, V. Angelopoulos, A. Runov, T. Nagai, H. U. Frey, D. H. Fairfield, J. A. Slavin, H. Vanhämaki, H. Uchino, R. Fujii, Y. Miyoshi, and S. Machida
J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics   121 4548-4568   May 2016   [Refereed]
Auroral stepwise poleward expansions were clarified by investigating a multiple-onset substorm that occurred on 27 February 2009. Five successive auroral brightenings were identified in all-sky images, occurring at approximately 10 min intervals. ...
Ozaki, M., S. Yagitani, K. Sawai, K. Shiokawa, Y. Miyoshi, R. Kataoka, A. Ieda, Y. Ebihara, M. Connors, I. Schofield
J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics   120 9617-9631   Nov 2015   [Refereed]