Maria A. Sergeeva

CONACyT Research Fellow
Mexican Space Weather Service (SCiESMEX),
Institute of Geophysics, Michoacán Department, 
National Autonomous University of Mexico.

Researcher responsible for the ionosphere studies in SCiESMEX.

Main research topics:
Ionosphere, Ionospheric disturbances, HF radio propagation, Solar-terrestrial interactions, Space Weather.

Current research interest: 
Ionospheric weather; Geomagnetic storm effects; Ionospheric disturbances and their possible correlations to physical phenomena in the near-Earth space; Ground-based and space-based instrumentation for the ionosphere studies.

ResearchGate page: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/MA_Sergeeva

Education:
PhD, St.Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation, 
Thesis “Analysis, estimates and forecast of HF radio channel state at high latitudes” was related to Solar-terrestrial Physics, Geophysics, Radio Communications and concerned mostly magnetospheric effects on the ionosphere caused by solar events, their manifestations and influence on radio channels.
MA, St.Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation, 
Engineer of technical operation of transport radio equipment (thesis written and defended in English)

Languages spoken: 
Russian, English, Spanish, French, Portuguese.

Contacts:
- email: maria.a.sergeeva@gmail.com 
- telephone:
- skype: maria_sergeeva 
- postal address: Antigua carretera a Pátzcuaro #8701, Ex-Hda. San José de la Huerta Morelia, Michoacán, C.P.58089.

Opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students:
SCiESMEX is looking for the students interested in Space Weather studies. There are available opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students to focus on a variety of topics in the field of Earth’s ionosphere. A limited number of scholarships is available.
Study can be carried out within the framework of (a) professional practices, (b) social services and/or (c) thesis writing.

Interested students may contact Dr. Sergeeva.