Personal profile

Research overview

I pursued my first degree at the University of Washington, where I graduated with a Bachelors in Physics and Astronomy and a minor in Anthropology. There I was first acquainted with the discipline of Astrobiology.
From there my work has been focused in planetary simulations with the VPL team at UW Astrobiology, first working on polarimetric atmosphere analysis, then on tidal interference in planetary orbits.
My current research goal is to devise a method by which to infer the physical traits and processes in action on an exoplanet from the analysis of its atmosphere.

Collaborations and top research areas from the last five years

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