PAUL J. KELLOGG Professor Education and Experience Positions: Professor Emeritus, University of Minnesota, 1998-present Professor, University of Minnesota, 1964-1998 Visiting Fellow, Australian National University, Aug.-Sept. 1984 Visiting Fellow, Australian National University, June-July 1982 Minna-James Heineman Stiftung Fellow, 1973 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellow, 1962-1963 Associate Professor, University of Minnesota, 1959-1964 Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota, 1957-1959 NRC-NRL Fellow, U.S. Naval Research Lab., 1955-1956 Fulbright Fellow, Institute for Teoretisk Fysik, Copenhagen, 1954-1955 Professional Activities and Honors Honors: Fellow, American Physical Society Fellow, American Geophysical Union Societies: American Geophysical Union American Physical Society Invited Talks 1980-1981 Invited papers, COSPAR Meeting, Budapest, Hungary, and NATO Advanced Study Group, Geilo, Norway 1981-1982 Invited paper, International Conference on Plasma Physics, Gothenburg, Sweden 1984-1985 Invited colloquium speaker, Max Planck Institute, Lindau, W. Germany, "Electromagnetic Radiation from Particle Beams in Space and in the Laboratory" 1991-1992 Contributed talk, GdR Plasmae, Gresse-en-Vercors (French space plasma physics meeting), "Mode Whistler lie aux ondes de Langmuir-Observations de Ulysses" Invited seminar speaker, LPCE/CNRS (Laboratoire de Physique et Chimie de L'Enivronment, Orleans, France), "Results and problems of active electron beam experiments" Invited talk, Observatoire de Meudon, France, "Effets non lineaires observes par Ulysse" Invited talk (with R. Stone, GSFC), European Geophysical Society annual meeting, "The Radio and Plasma Waves Experiment on Ulysses, First Results" Recent Publications 118. "A density and current plasma wave antenna," Paul J. Kellogg, Keith Goetz, Steven J. Monson, and John R. Wygant, J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 104, No. A6, pp. 12,627-12,635 (1999). 119. "A search for Langmuir solitons in the Earth's foreshock," Paul J. Kellogg, Keith Goetz, Steven J. Monson, and Stuart D. Bale, J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 104, No. A4, pp. 6751-6757 (1999). 120. "On the beam speed and wavenumber of intense electron plasma waves near the foreshock edge," S.D. Bale, D.E. Larson, R.P. Lin, P.J. Kellogg, K. Goetz, and S.J. Monson, J. Geophys. Res.,Vol. 105, No. A12, 27,353-27,367 (2000). 121. "Nonlinear electrostatic turbulence at the bow shock," S.D. Bale, A. Hull, D.E. Larson, R.P. Lin, P.J. Kellogg, K. Goetz, and S.J. Monson, submitted to J. Geophys. Res., 2000. 127. "Antenna-plasma and antenna-spacecraft resistance on the Wind spacecraft," Paul J. Kellogg and Stuart D. Bale, J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 106, No. A9, 18721-7 (2001). 128. "Ion Isotropy and Ion Resonant Waves in the Solar Wind: Cassini Observations," Paul J. Kellogg, Donald A. Gurnett, George B. Hospodarsky, and William S. Kurth, Geophys. Res. Lett., vol 28, no. 1, 87-90 (2001). 130. "Electrostatic turbulence and Debye-scale structures associated with electron thermalization at collisionless shocks," S.D. Bale, A. Hull, D.E. Larson, R.P. Lin, L. Muschietti, P.J. Kellogg, K. Goetz, and S.J. Monson, Astrophys. J, Lett., vol 575, no. 1, pt. 2, L25-8; U of Chicago Press for American Astron. Soc. (2002). 131. "Langmuir waves associated with collisionless shocks; a review." Paul J. Kellogg, Planetary and Space Science 51, 681-691 (2003). 132. "Nearly monochromatic waves in the distant tail of the Earth," Paul J. Kellogg and Stuart D. Bale, J. of Geophys. Res., Vol. 109, A04223 (2004). 133. "Measurement of the electric fluctuation spectrum of magnetohydrodynamic turbulence : Bale,S.D.; Kellogg,P.J.; Mozer,F.S.; Horbury,T.S.; Reme,H. Phys.Rev.Lett., 2005, 94, 21, 215002-1 137 Rapid Density Fluctuations in the Solar Wind. P. J. Kellogg and T. S. Horbury, Annales Geophysicae 23, 3765-73, 2005 138. Solar Wind Electric Fields in the Ion Cyclotron Frequency Range, P. J. Kellogg, S. D. Bale, F. S. Mozer, T. S. Horbury, H. Reme, to be published in Ap.J.