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Assistant Professor
Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research (CCAR)

Office location: ECNT 416

Focus Area

Astrodynamics & Satellite Navigation Systems (ASN)

Education

PhD, Aerospace Engineering Science, CU, 2011
MS, Astronautical Engineering, University of Southern California, 2006
BS, Aerospace Engineering (cum laude) , University of Michigan, 2004

Professional Experience

2016 - Present, Assistant Professor, AES, University of Colorado
2013 - Present, Assistant Research Professor, AES, University of Colorado
2011 - 2013, Research Associate, AES, University of Colorado
2008 - 2011, Graduate Research Assistant, AES, University of Colorado
2004 - 2008, Member Technical Staff, Guidance Analysis Department, The Aerospace Corporation

Awards (selected)

NASA Earth and Space Sciences Fellowship (NESSF) 2010-2011
AES Departmental Fellowship 2008
The Aerospace Corporation Graduate Studies Fellowship 2005-2006

Research Interests

Astrodynamics
Guidance, Navigation and Controls
Asteroid and Comet Science