Curriculum Vitae

Research Interests:

I am mostly interested in “Plasma processes in planetary magnetospheres and the interaction with moons, especially Jupiter and Saturn”. This includes the study of planetary radiation belts, motion of plasma in planetary magnetic fields, auroral processes, boundary phenomena, global configuration and dynamics of magnetospheres, local environment of the moons embedded in the magnetospheric plasma. In my studies I mainly use in-situ particles and field data from spacecraft, sometimes combined with generated outputs of Hybrid or MHD-code simulation results.

Education and Employment:

1995-present: Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Göttingen, Germany
1994-1995: Postdoc, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD, USA
1994: PhD, Dr. rer. nat., Technical University Braunschweig, in cooperation with Max Planck Institute for Aeronomy, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany (now: Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Göttingen, Germany)
1991: Dipl. Phys., University of Kaiserslautern/Germany

Special Positions/Tasks:

JUICE Interdisciplinary Scientist
COSPAR German Delegate

Team memberships and positions/tasks on the following space projects:

PI of the ULYSSES-EPAC instrument
Co-I on the CASSINI-MIMI instrument
Co-I on the MARS EXPRESS-ASPERA-3 instrument
Co-I on the VENUS EXPRESS-ASPERA-4 instrument
Co-I on BepiColombo MMO, MPPE instrument
Co-I on BepiColombo MPO, SERENA instrument
Co-I on the GALILEO-EPD instrument
Co-I on the JUICE PEP instrument
Co-I on the JUICE J-Mag instrument
Co-I on the JUICE SWI instrument
Member of the JUNO science team
Co-I on the EUROPA CLIPPER PIMS instrument

Selected Publications:

(1) Krupp, N.; Kotova, A.; Roussos, E.; Simon, S.; Liuzzo, L.; Paranicas, C.; Khurana, K.; Jones, G. H. (2020), Magnetospheric Interactions of Saturn's Moon Dione (2005-2015), Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, Volume 125, Issue 6, article id. e27688,

(2) Krupp, N., Kollmann, P., Mitchell, D.G., Thomsen, M., Jia, X., Masters, A. Zarka, P., Global configuration and seasonal variations of Saturn’s magnetosphere, ch. 6, pp. 126-165, in: Saturn in the 21st century edt. by Baines, K.H., Flasar, F.M, Krupp, N., Stallard, T., Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-1-107-10677-2, doi:10.1017/9781316227220, 2019.

(3) Krupp, N., E. Roussos, P. Kollmann, D.G. Mitchell, C.P. Paranicas, S.M. Krimigis, D.C. Hamilton, M. Hedman, M.K. Dougherty, Energetic neutral and charged particle measurements in the inner Saturnian magnetosphere during the Grand Finale orbits of Cassini 2016/2017, Geophys. Res. Lett., 45, doi:10.1029/2018GL078096, 2018.

(4) Krupp, N., E. Roussos, C. Paranicas, D. G. Mitchell, P. Kollmann, S. Ye, W. S. Kurth, K. K. Khurana, R. Perryman, H. Waite, R. Srama, and D. C. Hamilton, Energetic electron measurements near Enceladus by Cassini during 2005-2015, Icarus, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2017.10.022, 2017.

(5) Krupp, N., Energetic-particle environments in the solar system, in: Heliophysics, Active Stars, their Astrospheres, and Impacts on Planetary Environments (edited by C. J. Schrijver, F. Bagenal, and J. J. Sojka), chap. 12, pp. 270–288, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2016, ISBN 978-1-107-09047-7.

(6) Krupp, N., E. Roussos, C. Paranicas, A. Sicard, and G. Hospodarsky, Energetic Particles and Waves in the Outer Planet Radiation Belts, in: Waves, Particles, And Storms in Geospace (edited by G. Balasis, I. A. Daglis, and I. R. Mann), chap. 15, pp. 377–410, Oxford University Press, Oxford, United Kingdom, 2016, ISBN 978-0-19.870524-6.

(7) Krupp, N., E. Kronberg, and A. Radioti, Jupiter's Magnetotail, in: Magnetotails in the Solar System (edited by C. M. J. A. Keiling and P. A. Delamere), vol. 207 of Geophysical Monograph Series, pp. 85–98, John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ, USA, 2015, ISBN 9781118842324, doi:10.1002/9781118842324.ch5.

(8) Krupp, N., Comparison of Plasma Sources in Solar System Magnetospheres, Space Sci. Rev., 192, 285–295, doi:10.1007/s11214-015-0176-5, 2015.

(9) Krupp, N., Giant magnetospheres in our solar system: Jupiter and Saturn compared, Astron. Astrophys. Rev., 22, 75, doi:10.1007/s00159-014-0075-x, 2014.

(10) Krupp, N., E. Roussos, H. Kriegel, P. Kollmann, M. G. Kivelson, A. Kotova, C. Paranicas, D. G. Mitchell, S. M. Krimigis, and K. K. Khurana, Energetic particle measurements in the vicinity of Dione during the three Cassini encounters 2005-2011, Icarus, 226, 617–628, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2013.06.007, 2013.

(11) Krupp, N., New Surprises in the Largest Magnetosphere of Our Solar System, Science, 318, 216–217, doi:10.1126/science.1150448, 2007.

(12) Krupp, N., V. M. Vasyliūnas, J. Woch, A. Lagg, K. K. Khurana, M. G. Kivelson, B. H. Mauk, E. C. Roelof, D. J. Williams, S. M. Krimigis, W. S. Kurth, L. A. Frank, and W. R. Paterson, The Dynamics of the Jovian magnetosphere, in: Jupiter: The Planet, Satellites and Magnetosphere (edited by F. Bagenal, T. Dowling, and W. McKinnon), chap. 25, pp. 617–638, Cambridge Planetary Science, Cambridge University Press, 2004.

(13) Krupp, N., J. Woch, A. Lagg, E. C. Roelof, D. J. Williams, S. Livi, and B. Wilken, Local time asymmetry of energetic ion anisotropies in the Jovian magnetosphere, Planet. Space Sci., 49(3-4), 283–289, 2001.

(14) Krupp, N., E. C. Roelof, J. Woch, D. J. Williams, A. Lagg, B. Wilken, and S. Livi, Global Flows of Energetic Ions in Jupiter's Equatorial Plane: First-Order Approximation, J. Geophys. Res., 106(A11), 26017–26032, 2001.

(15) Krupp, N., J. Woch, A. Lagg, B. Wilken, S. Livi, and D. J. Williams, Energetic particle bursts in the predawn Jovian magnetosphere, Geophys. Res. Lett., 25(8), 1249–1252, 1998.

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