Space weather, Transitioning Research to Operations
Research in solar-terrestrial physics, development of space weather services and mitigation of space weather hazards:
“Space weather refers to conditions on the Sun, in the solar wind, and within Earth’s magnetosphere, ionosphere and thermosphere that can influence the performance and reliability of space-borne and ground-based technological systems and can endanger human life or health”.
The main users of space weather services are:
Development of advanced data analysis techniques for the extraction of useful knowledge, control, and forecasting in interdisciplinary applications (biomedicine, navigation, self-driving car).
Co-founder of start-up company Sense2Beat, AFib Management System.
Operating Space Weather Services:
– Geomagnetic Storm Forecasting Service StormFocus
StormFocus service provides advance warnings about the future geomagnetic storm magnitude on an hourly basis.
The forecast is based on real-time solar wind and interplanetary magnetic field data, provided by the DSCOVR spacecraft which is located at the L1 Sun-Earth liberation point 1 500 000 km upstream of Earth. Forecasts are updated every hour and published on SpaceWeather.Ru.
– Updated medium-term sunspot number prediction service
A universal technique that improves medium-term prediction methods as they are monthly updated using the latest available observations of smoothed sunspot numbers using an adaptive Kalman filter. Forecasts are updated every month and published on the World Data Center for the production, preservation and dissemination of the international sunspot number (SILSO).
- Forecast of the auroral oval boundaries and aurora borealis on Yamal island
Forecast based on real-time DSCOVR solar wind and interplanetary magnetic field data. The forecast provides estimates of geomagnetic latitudes of poleward and equatorward boundaries of the auroral oval, and equatorward boundary of the diffusive aurora for the next hour. Forecasts are updated every hour and published on SpaceWeather.Ru.
2020 Award the “Best Professor of the Year 2020 (Teaching Excellence Award)”.
The award is given to a faculty member with outstanding contribution across all Skoltech educational processes. He/she goes above and beyond expectations in all the categories and is enthusiastic and passionate in motivating students to develop and grow.
2019 Award the “Best Professor of the Year 2019″ in the nomination “Lecturing”.
2018 Award the “Best Professor of the Year 2018” in the nomination “Mentoring”.
The award is granted to a faculty member who is approachable and accessible, and who listens to and cares about students needs, while challenging and encouraging students to grow.
2015 The International Alexander Chizhevsky medal for Space Weather and Space Climate
for major contributions to space weather research and/or services.
2015 Excellence in Service Award, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology,
in recognition of outstanding performance and contribution to Skoltech mission and values.
2015 Certificate of Appreciation, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology,
for the notable contribution and service on the Organizing Committee at Skoltech Poster Competition in 2014 and 2015.
2011 Bottle of French Champagne for the paper to be first published in Journal of Space
Weather and Space Climate, a link between all the communities involved in Space Weather and in Space Climate.
2009 Best poster at European Space Weather Week 6, Belgium.
June 2020 Earth stands strong against Solar Weather, RIA Novosti podcast.
March 2020 Why BigData and artificial intelligence attract smart women? 9 stories from Russia?
March 2020, Public lecture “Space weather. Through storms from the Earth to the Sun”, The Museum of Cosmonautics, Moscow.
September 2019 Space weather and space technologies, Scientific club “Units of sense”, Radio Culture.
June 2019 Public lecture “Embraced by the Sun”, Park Zaryadye
May 2019, Scientific council, about Solar research, Elle journal.
December 2018 Dangerous Sun – one of the stories of the science-inspired comic book “That’s True”,
a project of Skoltech, Schrödinger’s Cat and Eksmo (English, Russian). The University of Graz, Austria also covered the news.
December 2018 Getting a grip on space weather. An international group of scientists developed a new method for analyzing the Sun’s energy outbursts, which can help better understand and predict extreme space weather
phenomena that directly affect the operation of engineering systems in space and on Earth (English, Russian).
August 2018 “The star called Sun”, Radio program “Data transmission”, Komsomol Truth.
June 2018 Award the “Best Professor of the Year 2018” in the nomination “Mentoring”.
The award is granted to a faculty member who is approachable and accessible, and who listens to
and cares about students needs, while challenging and encouraging students to grow.
February 2018 3D reconstructions of EUV wave fronts using multi-point STEREO observations,
Webinar for the project “Solar Flares and Active Regions Reconstructing the 3D Reality“.
September 2017 Public lecture “In arms of the star called Sun”, Skolkovo International Gymnasium.
May 2017 Kultura TV, show “Nablyudatel”, “How the Sun changes the Earth: climate turns” .
March 2017 Public lecture “Sun and Space Weather”, Experimentanium Science Museum, educational program “Scientists for kids”, Moscow.
September 2016 Public lecture “Where Does the Solar Wind Blow”, educational program for exhibition “Cosmos: birth of new age”, Moscow.
May 2016 Public lecture “In arms of the star called Sun”, The Spring School 2016 for the Oxford Russia Fund fellows.
February 2016 Public lecture “Space Weather Forecast: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow”, Russian State Library for Young Adults, Moscow.
December 2015 “How Space Weather affects the inhabitants of Earth?” Radio program “Science in Focus”, Echo of Moscow radio station, Russia.
November 2015 Tatiana Podladchikova, applied mathematician from Skoltech, was awarded with the prestigious
International Alexander Chizhevsky medal (English, Russian). Sk.ru and the electronic journal ‘RF Science and Technology‘ also covered the news.
April 2015 Public lecture “Hot Breath of the Sun”, Polytechnic Museum, Moscow (in Russian).
Course “Experimental data processing”
The course introduces students to practically useful approaches of data processing for control and forecasting.
The focus is on identifying the hidden and implicit features and regularities of dynamical processes using experimental data. The course exposes data processing methods from multiple vantage points: standard data processing methods and their hidden capacity to solve difficult problems; statistical methods based on state-space models; methods of extracting the regularities of a process on the basis of identifying key parameters. The course addresses the problems in navigation, solar physics, geomagnetism, space weather and biomedical research.
Course content and main topics: Experimental data processing
Course “Data analysis for Space Weather”
The course introduces students to Solar-Terrestrial physics, Space Weather and practically useful approaches of data analysis for study, forecasting, and mitigation of space weather effects. The course provides an overview of Sun-Earth connections, starting from the interior of the Sun and ending in the Earth’s magnetosphere. To gain insight into this field, we focus on such topics as: solar interior and solar structure, solar atmosphere, solar wind, solar flares and coronal mass ejections, as well as associated geomagnetic storms and polar auroras. These phenomena drive Space Weather with the implications for space-borne and ground-based technological systems (satellites, human spaceflight, airlines, power systems and pipelines). We also examine the space weather effects on technology and human health, hazard assessment, mitigation and forecasting, space environment data, scientific and service products.
Course content and main topics: Data analysis for Space Weather
Course “Space Sector Course”
This course examines the domain of space from multiple vantage points — space as a business, a way of life, as industry, and as a fulfillment of human dreams. In addition, it examines space-related issues that drive key international regulatory, economic, and global policy. To gain insight into these different dimensions, we examine space through three different lenses: sub-sectors, technologies, and organizations.
Course content and main topics: Space Sector
Course “Solar Observations with a Telescope”
1-week individual study period course. Course co-instructor: Galina Chikunova
The purpose of this course is to give a brief understanding of how astrophotography works, how should we work with a telescope and what we can observe with it in conditions of living in Moscow. The other part is headed to give students an introduction to Solar Physics, which events we can observe on the Sun, what information we can receive from this data and why it is important to know. The course provides lectures and 1-2 practical classes of observing the Sun, plus the session of data processing.
ФИО: Подладчикова Татьяна Владимировна
Занимаемая должность (должности): Старший преподаватель
Ученая степень: кандидат технических наук 2009
Ученое звание: нет
Наименование направления подготовки и/или специальности: прикладная математика
Данные о повышении квалификации и/или профессиональной переподготовке: нет
Общий стаж работы: Более 8 лет
Стаж работы по специальности: 8 лет