My formal background is in Computational Science and Remote Sensing, and my research focuses on the development and application of computational algorithms for the analysis of spatio-temporal remote sensing; numerical modeling; and social media “Big Data” related to environmental hazards and renewable energy. I focus on problems related to the fusion of heterogenous data at different temporal and spatial scales.
I have been Affiliated Scientist with the Research Application Laboratory (RAL) at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Colorado, since 2012, and Adjunct Professor with the Lamont-Doherety Earth Observatory at Columbia University since January 2017.
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My big passion is sailing. I have been a volunteer instructor at the US Naval Academy (USNA), in the Offshore Sailing Training Squadron (OSTS) program. I sailed over 4000 offshore miles.