I'm currently working with Dr. Craig Hardgrove on various interdisciplinary projects for nuclear planetary science applications here at ASU.
I am currently working with Dr. Paul Scowen on payload assembly, integration, and testing (AIT) for the Star-Planet Activity Research CubeSat (SPARCS) mission payload.
Joel is a geomorphologist interested in the tectonic and surface evolution of orogenic systems. He uses field geology, geochronology, remote sensing, and numerical techniques to investigate modern and ancient landscapes.
Kyle is a first year Astrophysics PhD student at SESE specializing in radio astronomy instruments.
Alexandra is interested in the long term evolution of mountain ranges. She uses geochronology and thermochronology to constrain timing of tectonic events.
My mid-life crisis has taken the form of saving our species from climate change. My research involves building and testing virtual field trips and digital learning experiences in an effort to educate students and the public.
Sasha is a Ph.D Astrophysics student who's primary interests include superconducting device design, low temperature physics, and interesting quantum phenomena that can be utilized in a novel device.
Vance is an astrophysics graduate student whose research interests include supernova nucleosynthesis and high-energy neutrinos.
Zawacki is a fifth-year Geological Sciences Ph.D. Candidate studying under Ramon Arrowsmith and Christopher Campisano in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change.