The HELCATS project provided a large catalogue of coronal mass ejections observed by the NASA/STEREO spacecraft. The FLARECAST project developed a solar flare forecasting system using machine learning with solar active region magnetic field properties. I combined the databases from these two projects to analyse the kinds of active regions that produce eruptive flares.
The ATMOP project aimed to build a new thermosphere model with the potential to spawn an operational version. Accurate models enable precise air drag computation which is mandatory for precise tracking of space objects in Low Earth Orbit. My role was to validate newly developed models with data assimilation at various periods during the solar cycle.
I am lead coordinator of the NASA CCMC Flare Scoreboard, an automated system that allows model developers and operational space weather centres to upload their issued flare predictions. The forecasts are shown on an interactive display to allow real-time global comparison of predictions. I also am a moderator for the International Space Weather Action Teams Solar Eruption Cluster.