Congratulations to Dr Jennifer Carter for being awarded a Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship

Dr Jennifer Carter was one of five academics appointed as a Dorothy Hodgkin Fellow for 2021.

The Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin fellowship scheme offers a recognised first step in an independent research career for outstanding post-doctoral scientists who require a flexible working pattern due to personal circumstances such as parenting and caring responsibilities or health-related reasons.

Five academics around the country were awarded the fellowship in 2021 and Dr Carter’s work on the Solar Wind Magnetosphere Ionosphere Link (SMILE). Dr Carter is currently researching solar-terrestrial physics, investigating the effect of solar wind on the Earth’s magnetic environment.

Dr Jennifer Carter

The fellowship has been appointed for Dr Carter’s work on SMILE, where she will be investigating how the magnetopause moves and changes through magnetic reconnection. SMILE will investigate the dynamic response of Earth’s global system responses to solar wind and geomagnetic variations.

Many congratulations to Dr Carter for winning this prestigious fellowship.

More information about the fellowship can be found here.

More information on SMILE and the work Dr Carter is doing can be found here.

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