Office: Wright-Rieman 202B
Interested in geophysical and spectral analyses of planets through various remote sensing techniques.
- Western Washington University, WA, BS Geophysics, Minor Astronomy (2019)
- Rutgers University, NJ, PhD Candidate (prequal)
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- Western Washington University, Advisor: Melissa Rice; Analysis and Cataloguing of Mastcam spectra over the MSL Curiosity Rover traverse (2018-2019).
- Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory APL NASA Intern, Advisor: Frank Seelos; Processing of spectral images taken by MRO CRISM utilizing graph theory and atmospheric opacity to optimize mosaicking spatially and spectrally.
- Western Washington University, Advisors: Melissa Rice/Frank Seelos; Comparing orbital and in situ spectroscopic imagery from Curiosity's Mastcam and MRO's CRISM instrument. Simulated Curiosity rover observations using CRISM and draped the simulation over a DEM for a near 1:1 comparison.
- Johns Hopkins APL Planetary Science Leased Worker, Advisors: Frank Seelos/David Humm/Scott Murchie; Processing CRISM hyperspectral image cubes (MSVs) through fixing and rewriting calibration data files, creating a processing step to remediate a noise structure embedded in the images both temporally and spectrally, and tailoring one of the analysis steps specifically to the MSVs. Facilitated the release of +80,000 MSV images to the PDS.
- Flagship Concepts for Astrobiology at Enceladus: Student Note Taker (2020)
- Lucy Student Pipeline Accelerator and Competency Enabler (L'SPACE) Virtual Mission Concept Academy (Summer 2019)
- L'SPACE Virtual NASA Proposal Writing and Evaluation Experience (NPWEE) Academy (Fall 2019)
- Rutgers Earth and Planetary Science Department Excellence Fellowship (2020)
- Associated Women in Geosciences: Pacific Northwest Chapter Janet Cullen Tanaka Scholarship (2019)
- David Engebretson Scholarship Award (2018)