John Clem

Research Associate Professor
Office: 
201 Sharp Lab
Phone: 
(302) 831-4354

Research Projects

  • ANITA detector for high energy neutrinos created by collisions between cosmic rays and the the cosmic microwave photons
  • IceCube and IceTop Neutrino Observatory
  • Measurements on High Altitude Balloons and Particle Detector Development
  • Geomagnetic and Heliospheric Magnetic Fields
  • Cosmic Rays and Neutrinos
  • Solar Energetic Particles

Notable Publications

  • Observational constraints on the ultrahigh energy cosmic neutrino flux from the second flight of the ANITA experiment (Vol 82, 022004, 2010), P. W. Gorham, P. Allison, B. M. Baughman, J. J. Beatty, K. Belov, D. Z. Besson, S. Bevan, W. R. Binns, C. Chen, P. Chen, J. M. Clem, A. Connolly, M. Detrixhe, D. De Marco, P. F. Dowkontt, M. DuVernois, E. W. Grashorn, B. Hill, S. Hoover, M. Huang, M. H. Israel, A. Javaid, K. M. Liewer, S. Matsuno, B. C. Mercurio, C. Miki, M. Mottram, J. Nam, R. J. Nichol, K. Palladino, A. Romero-Wolf, L. Ruckman, D. Saltzberg, D. Seckel, G. S. Varner, A. G. Vieregg, Y. Wang, Physical Review D, 85, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.85.049901, 2012.
  • 3D Wavy Heliospheric Current Sheet Drifts, C. Pei, J. Bieber, A. Burger, J. Clem. Astrophysical Journal, 744, 170, 2011.
  • Balloon-borne observations of the galactic positron fraction during solar minimum negative polarity. Clem J and Evenson P, Journal of Geophysical Research , 114, A10108, doi:10.1029/2009JA014225, 2009.
  • S. W. Barwick et al., "Constraints on cosmic neutrino fluxes from the ANITA experiment", Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 171101 (2006).
  • “Relativistic Solar Neutrons and Protons on 28 October 2003”, J.W. Bieber, J.M. Clem, P.A. Evenson, R. Pyle, D. Ruffolo, A. Saiz, Geophysical Research Letters, 32, L03S02, doi:10.1029/2004GL021492, 2005.
  • “New calculations of the atmospheric cosmic radiation field—results for neutron spectra”, J. M. Clem, G. De Angelis, P. Goldhagen, and J. W. Wilson, Radiat Prot Dosimetry, 110: 423-428, 2004.