INL is the nation’s leading center for nuclear energy research and development. INL works in each of the strategic goal areas of DOE: energy, national security, science and environment. The full complement of capabilities enables INL to respond to today’s nuclear energy challenges, serve as a multiprogram lab with broad competencies in the energy and security sectors, and address the challenges ahead. The Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) is a research and education partnership between Boise State University, Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho State University, University of Idaho, and University of Wyoming.For ease of access, be sure to search for ‘grid security,’ ‘EMP,’ or ‘cyberattack.’
Oak Ridge National Laboratory is the largest U.S. Department of Energy science and energy laboratory, conducting basic and applied research to deliver transformative solutions to compelling problems in energy and security.For ease of access, be sure to search for ‘grid security,’ ‘EMP,’ or ‘cyberattack.’
The Infragard EMP Resource Center is the main web resource for the InfraGard Electromagnetic Pulse Special Interest Group with a mission of providing information, education, and actionable information relating to high impact, long-term threats such as those posed by solar weather, nuclear and non-nuclear EMP, cyber attacks on critical infrastructure and more.
Metatech Corporation is a small company of highly-qualified scientists and engineers with broad experience in developing technically sound and innovative solutions to problems in all areas of electromagnetic environmental effects.
Space Weather impacts numerous facets of everyday life, from where airplanes can safely fly, to how accurately a farmer plows his field. In addition, there are a large variety of phenomena that are driven by the variability of the sun over periods ranging from hours to years.
The SMN is edited by Dr. Everette G. Farr at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of New Mexico.
The SMN provide a unique forum for the publication of research related to High-Power Electromagnetics. New notes can be submitted to Everett G. Farr.
The KMS-3 is a North Korean Earth observation satellite, which according to the DPRK is designed for weather forecast purposes, and whose launch is widely portrayed in the West to be a veiled ballistic missile test.
The KMS-4 is a North Koreah Earth observation satellite launched by North Korea on February 7, 2016. The launch happened after North Korea conducted a nuclear test on January 6 and as the United Nations Security Council was deciding on sanctions to be placed on North Korea following the nuclear test.