Building a suite of instruments as complex as SWEAP could not have been done without an incredible effort from a large number of people at many institutions. This includes engineers, scientists, project managers, contracts and grants personnel, travel arrangers, and many more.
The SWEAP Investigation is a multi-institution project led by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Other members of the SWEAP team come from the University of Michigan, University of California, Berkeley Space Sciences Laboratory, The NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, The University of Alabama Huntsville, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Draper Laboratory, JHU's Applied Physics Laboratory, and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
A few of the key personnel that work on the suite (particularly on data products and operations) are shown below with contact information. We encourage you to get in touch with any questions you may have regarding their area of expertise. Email is the preferred method of contact.
|Topic||SWEAP Team Contact|
|SPC data||Michael Stevens, Tony Case, Justin Kasper|
|SPAN-ion data||Davin Larson, Roberto Livi|
|SPAN-electron data||Davin Larson, Phyllis Whittlesey|
|Website Comments (including publications list)||Tony Case, Kelly Korreck, Michael Stevens|
|University of Michigan||Justin Kasper (Principal Investigator)|
|Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory||Tony Case, Leon Golub, Kelly Korreck, Michael Stevens|
|University of California, Berkeley, Space Sciences Lab||Stuart Bale, Davin Larson, Roberto Livi, Jim McFadden, Phyllis Whittlesey|
|JHU - Applied Physics Lab||George Ho|
|Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas||Matthieu Berthomier|
|Los Alamos National Lab||Peter Gary, Ruth Skoug, John Steinberg|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology||John Belcher, John Richardson|
|NASA - Goddard Space Flight Center||Adam Szabo|
|NASA - Marshall Space Flight Center||Dennis Gallagher|
|University of Alabama, Huntsville||Qiang Hu, Nikolai Pogorelov, Gary Zank|
|University of Colorado, Boulder||Steven Cranmer|
|University of Iowa||Jasper Halekas|
|University Space Research Association||Ken Wright|
Dr. Roberto Livi
SPAN-ion Instrument Scientist
UC Berkeley, Space Sciences Lab