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Bachelors of Science, University of Colorado at Boulder (2014)
From 2010-2013 I studied the satellite drag environment in low earth orbit, serving as the integration and testing lead, and eventually the science lead for the DANDE satellite. Beginning 2013 I became interested in AMO physics, and finished my undergraduate thesis under the direction of Dr. Jun Ye, working on an optical atomic clock.
More recently I have become interested in the study of ultracold molecules (under the direction of Dr. Tanya Zelevinsky), and how they can serve as platforms for precision measurements of fundamental physics.
Nat. Commun. 6, 6896
Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, Vol. 53, Special Section on Advancements in Small Satellite Technology and Applications (2016)