Savvas Raptis

Ph.D. Researcher, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
  • KTH Royal Institute of Technology
  • Sweden

About Savvas Raptis

Ph.D. researcher on Plasma and Space Physics. Currently working on Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) Mission, investigating fast plasma flows in Earth's magnetosphere. Primarily focused on the generation mechanism and the statistical properties.

My research interests are space & plasma physics, space weather, scientific modeling and machine learning applications. 

On my spare time I enjoy working out, reading books, play video games and play guitar.

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Planetary science Computational astrophysics Transient astrophysical phenomena Solar physics Publishing Science Communication

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How the solar wind slips through Earth’s bow shock

How do high-speed magnetosheath jet form? In this work, we show how the reformation and dynamical evolution of the Earth’s bow shock allows high-speed plasma flows to slip through and travel towards the Earth!

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