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Amy Keesee

Adjunct Research Associate Professor

Plasma Physics

Amy received her Ph.D. in plasma physics from West Virginia University and her areas of expertise include laser-induced-fluorescence diagnosis of laboratory plasmas, particularly neutral atom components, plasma spectroscopy, collisional radiative modeling, and energetic neutral atom imaging of the Earth's magnetosphere. Currently, Amy leads the WVU plasma group's research program in the analysis of energetic neutral atom images from the TWINS spacecraft.