Research Interests:
1. Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs)
2. Solar Storms
3. Space Weather
4. Geomagnetically induced Currents
5. Data analytics
6. Weather Forecasting assimilation techniques 

Current Research:
1. In Situ analysis of ICMEs, and simple Flux Rope modelling.
2.remote observations with Heliospheric Imager (HI) onboard STEREO spacecraft.
3. full 3-D MHD simulations of the heliosphere along the Earth-Sun line
4. Deformation of CMEs by ambient structured solar wind
5. Evolution of the CME morphology through the inner Heliosphere

Public Science:
SOLAR STORM WATCH: This is part of the Royal Observatory Greenwich in London and the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. It enables enthusiasts around the world to get involved with solar science (STEREO mission related). My involvement is to help increase the scientific output from our results and more importantly publicise the science to a wider audience with blogs and forum discussions.

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last updated: Jan 2016
Above: Me
Neel Savani
Assistant Research Scientist,
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC)
University of Maryland, Baltimore County,
Heliospheric Physics Laboratory - 672,
Greenbelt, MD 
20771, USA
:  +44 7490 9nine9 0one7 [when abroad]
 :  +1 202 8three4 9five60 [when in the USA]

I would also like to thank UCAR visiting scientist program (VSP) and the support
staff for their incredibly friendly relationship. I am grateful for receiving the
NASA LWS 'Jack Eddy' Postdoctoral Fellowship and to my Supervisor
(Dr Vourlidas) at the Naval Research Lab (NRL), now at JHU /APL .

My deepest thanks goes to Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS),
Solar Terrestrial Environment Laboratory (STELab), and
Prof. Kusano-san for the award of their fellowship. Details can be found here.

Previously at:
Imperial College London
Huxley 6M65 | London  SW7 2BW.