STORM - Solar system plasma Turbulence:  Observations, inteRmittency and Multifractals

STORM Consortium

The scientific objectives of STORM are acomplished by a collaboration of nine European research institutes and universities:

Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy, Brussels, Belgium - the Coordinator of STORM

Contact: Dr. Marius Echim, marius.echim at

Geological and Geophysical Institute of Hungary, Budapest, Hungary

Contact: Dr. Peter Kovacs, kovacs.peter at

Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Uppsala, Sweden

Contact: Dr. Emiliya Yordanova, eya at

Space Research Center - Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland

Contact: Prof. Wieslaw Macek, macek at

National Institute for Lasers, Plasma and Radiation Physics - the Institute of Space Sciences, Bucharest, Romania

Contact: Dr. Eliza Teodorescu, eliteo at

The Space Research Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Graz, Austria

Contact: Dr. Zoltan Voeroes, Zoltan.Voeroes at

 Dr. Yasuhito Narita, Yasuhito.Narita at

The University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland

Contact: Prof. Kalevi Mursula, kalevi.mursula at

Institute for Space Astrophysics and Planetology, Rome, Italy

Contact: Dr. Giuseppe Consolini giuseppe.consolini at

Institute for Geophysics and Extaterrestrial Physics, Braunschweig, Germany

Contact: Prof. Karl-Heinz Glassmeier, kh.glassmeier at


The International Workshop and School on "Solar system plasma turbulence, intermittency and multifractals (STORM 2015)” was organised in Mamaia, Romania, between September 6-13, 2015. The event focused on the quantitative experimental, theoretical and numerical investigation of turbulence, intermittency, fractal/multifractal features, waves and coherent structures interaction, criticality and non-linear cross-scale coupling.


FP7 STORM & SHOCK Meeting in Brussels. A joint meeting of the two FP7 projects, STORM and SHOCK, took place in Brussels between March 24-25, 2015.


STORM@AGU2014 Session on solar system plasma dynamical complexity and intermittency


STORM@EGU2014: Session on solar system plasma turbulence.