(as of 00/1/2)
Dr. Stamatios M. KrimigisApplied Physics Laboratory yes
Christina M. S. CohenCaltechIsotopic composition and fractionation in solar particles 
Joseph E. MazurThe Aerospace CorporationSolar particle energy spectrayes
David J. McComasLos Alamos National Laboratory  
S. Ranga SREENIVASANUniversity of Calgary  
Richard MewaldtCaltech  
Leon KOCHAROVSpace Research Laboratory, University of Turku  
Mark PopeckiUniversity of New Hampshire yes
Glenn M. MasonUniv. of Maryland yes
Edmond C. RoelofJohns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory yes
Robert B. DeckerJohns Hopkins Univ. Applied Physics Lab.SEPs in 1998: ACE, Ulysses, & Voyager Observationsyes
Donald V. ReamesNASA/Goddard Space Flight Center yes
Ke Chiang HSIEHUniversity of Arizona yes
Richard A. LeskeCalifornia Institute of TechnologyAnomalous Cosmic Rays at 1 AUyes
Ron ZwicklNOAA/Space Environment Center yes
Thomas ZurbuchenUniversity of Michigan yes
L. A. FiskUniversity of Michigan yes
J. R. JokipiiUniversity of Arizona yes
Edward W. CliverAir Force Research Laboratory yes
Gary P. ZankBartol Research Institute1. Time dependent particle acceleration at interplanetary shocks. 2. A Boltzmann description of particle transport and modulation in the interplanetary medium. 3. The passage of neutral atoms into the heliosphere.yes
Mihir DesaiUniversity of MarylandEnergy spectra of various ion species at interplanetary shocks observed at WIND and ACE.yes
Dr. Robert E. GoldJHU/APL yes
Penny L. SlocumJet Propulsion Laboratory yes
Nathan E YanasakJet Propulsion Laboratory yes
Jeffrey S. GeorgeCaltech yes
Robert Bruce McKibbenEnrico Fermi Institute, University of ChicagoObservations of the November 27, 1998 Solar Energetic Particle Event from the Ulysses COSPIN experimentyes
Jakobus A. le RouxBartol Research Institute yes
Manfred ScholerMax-Planck-Inst. extrat. Physik yes
John T. GoslingLos Alamos National Laboratory yes
Joe GiacaloneUniversity of Arizona yes
Yuri LitvinenkoUniversity of New Hampshire yes
Martin A. LeeUNHIon acceleration at an evolving coronal/interplanetary shockyes
George C. HoJohns Hopkins University Applied Physics LaboratoryNon-relativistic electrons in 3He-rich eventsyes
Richard E. LingenfelterUniversity of California yes
Mark E. WiedenbeckJet Propulsion lab yes
Dennis HaggertyApplied Physics LaboratoryEnergetic particle observations in magnetic cloudsyes
Allan J. TylkaNaval Research Laboratory  
A F BarghoutyCaltech  
Dr. Georgia Adair de NolfoCalifornia Institute of TechnologyA Measurement of Cosmic Ray Deuterium from 0.2-3.2 GeV/nucyes
S. Edward Hawkins IIIJHU/APLAnisotropies of energetic electrons as measured by EPAM on ACEyes
Säm KruckerSpace Sciences Lab, UC BerkeleyWIND Observations of Energetic Solar Proton Events Down to keV Energiesyes
Edward C. StoneJet Propulsion Laboratory yes
Chee Keong NgNASA/GSFC & U of MDInterplanetary Alfven wave amplification on the shock acceleration and transport of energetic ionsyes
Antoinette B. GalvinUniversity of New HampshireCombined observations from ACE, WIND, and SOHOyes
Conrad SteenbergCaltech  
Walter Robert BinnsWashington University yes
Michal LijowskiWashington University in St. Louis yes
Paul R. BobergConsultant yes
Andrew J. LukasiakUniversity of Maryland yes
Masato YoshimoriRikkyo UniversityHigh-energy particles in the 1997 November 6 flare as viewed from Yohkoh gamma-ray observationyes
George GloecklerUniversity of Maryland yes
Klaus-Peter WenzelSpace Science Department of ESA yes
Daniel J. MorrisUniversity of New HampshireCoordinated analysis of solar particle and gamma-ray emissions using ACE and CGROyes
James A. MillerUniversity of Alabama in Huntsville  
Tycho von RosenvingeNASA/Goddard Space Flight CenterThe Time Dependences of Elemental Abundances in Solar Events as Observed by ACEyes
Dr. Berndt KleckerMax-Planck-Institut fuer extraterrestrische Physik  
Joseph Richard DwyerUniversity of MarylandCIR composition as measured by ACE/ULEISyes
Susan Mahan NieburWashington University yes
Martin H. IsraelWashington University yes
Alexander T. BogdanovMax Planck Institute for extraterrestrial Physics  
Eberhard MoebiusUniversity Of New HampshireIonic Charge States in Impulsive Eventsyes
Karim MezianeSpace Sciences Laboratory, Univ Caifornia, BerkeleyAcceleration of Energetic Ions at the Earth's Perpendicular Shock: 3D Observations yes
Andrew J. DavisACE Science Center  
Erhard KepplerMPAE LINDAU yes
Bernd HeberMax-Planck-Institut fuer Aeronomie yes
Trevor SandersonESAThe effect of magnetic discontinuities on the propagation of energetic particles as observed by Ulysses 
C. J. WaddingtonUniversity of MinnesotaThe Propagation of Cosmic Ray Nuclei Slightly Heavier than Ironyes
Frank B. McDonaldUniversity of MarylandThe Onset of Cosmic Ray Modulation in Cycle 23 at 1 AU and in the Distant Heliosphereyes
Theodore J. FreemanSpace Sciences LaboratoryWind observations of energetic ions upstream of the Earth's bow shock 
Peter BochslerPhysikalisches Institut, University of Bern1) Isotopic fractionation of solar wind particles (w. R.F. Wimmer-Schweingruber, J. Weygand, and P. Wurz) 2) Is there a record of interstellar pick up ions in the lunar regolith? (with R.F. Wimmer-Schweingruber)yes
Paul L. HinkWashington University yes
Luke SollittCaltech  
William R. WebberNew Mexico St. Univ. yes
Robert P. LinUniversity of California yes
Ilan RothUc Berkeley yes
Donald C. EllisonNorth Carolina State Univ. yes
Dalmiro Jorge Filipe MaiaObservatoire Paris and Lisbon ObservatoryCoronal origin of particles events detected by EPAM: multi-intruments observations  
Carol G. MaclennanBell Labs, Lucent TechnologiesCharged particle composition in the inner heliosphere during the rise to maximum of solar cycle 23 yes
James Micheal RyanSpace Science Center yes
Abraham FalconeUniversity of New HampshireDetection of Nov 6 1997 Solar Ground Level Event by Milagro Prototypeyes
James C. Higdon W. M. Keck CenterCosmic Ray Path Length Distribution from Giant HII Regions yes
Louis J. LanzerottiBell Labs, Lucent TechnologiesLow Energy Anomalous Cosmic Rays in the Ecliptic Plane: 1 - 5 AU 
Miriam A. FormanSUNY/Stony Brookperpendicular diffusion of energetic particles in axi-symmetric magnetic turbulenceyes
Alan C. CummingsCaltech yes
Prof. Lev DORMANIsrael Cosmic Ray Center of Tel Aviv University and Technion1-Solar energetic particles A.Forecast of great solar energetic particle events dangerous for satellite electronics by on line neutron monitor data. B.Solar neutron scattering and attenuation taking into account refraction effect. 4-Galactic cosmic rays A.Galactic cosmic ray hysteresis effects and nonlinear processes in the outer Heliosphere. B.On the galactic cosmic ray intensity variations in the last 250 years. B.yes
W. Vernon JonesNASA Headquarters  
Bruce T. TsurutaniJet Propulsion Laboratory 169-506  
John SimpsonEnrico Fermi Institute - Univ. of ChicagoTBDyes
Jonathan F. OrmesNASA/Goddard Space Flight CenterAntiprotons in interstellar space 
Horst FichtnerRuhr-Universitaet Bochum  
Frank C. JonesNASA/Goddard Space Flight Center  
James C. LingNASA Headquarters  
Gerald ShareNRLMeasurement of the Directionality and Composition of Accelerated Ions at the Sun 
Simon SwordyUniversity of Chicago  
Manfred SimonUniversity of Siegen  
Eric ChristianNASA/GSFC/USRA  
Reuven RamatyNASA/GSFCGamma-Ray Evidence for Time-Dependent Heavy Ion Enhancement on Flare Particle Acceleration Time Scale 
Danny SummersMemorial University of Newfoundland yes
Dr. Roger WilliamsonStanford UniversityWhat Can GLAST Say about the Origin of Cosmic Rays in Other Galaxies? yes
Steve SearsCaltech yes
Berndt KleckerMax-Planck-Institut fuer extraterrestrische PhysikComparison of Ionic Charge States of Energetic Particles with Solar Wind Charge States in CME Related Events 
Liwei Dennis ZhangJPL  
Devrie IntriligatorCarmel Research Center  
Alexander RuzmaikinJet Propulsion Laboratory  
Joan FeynmanJet Propulsion Laboratory  
Paulett C. LiewerJPL/CaltechHybrid simulations of wave propagation and ion heating in the solar wind using a 1D expanding box model 
Tohru HadaESST, Kyushu University