I received my Bachelor's degree from the University of Toronto in 2018, specializing in Physics and Astronomy. As an undergraduate student, I had the opportunity to work on several research projects in different fields including celestial mechanics, atmospheric physics, and planetary geology. Moving forward, I want to combine my interests in these fields and pursue a career in planetary science.
Currently, I am a Master's student at the University of Western Ontario in Geophysics and Planetary Science, under the supervision of Dr. Catherine Neish.
When I'm not learning about space, I enjoy reading and being outdoors. Hiking and canoeing are my
The University of Western Ontario
Department of Earth Sciences
1151 Richmond Street N.
London, Ontario, N6A 5B7
- Planetary Surfaces
- Studying surfaces is important in order to understand the planet's origin and evolution
- Planetary Analogues
- Earth is the starting point for understanding the origin of other planetary bodies and the processes that govern them
- Outer Solar System Moons
- Moons such as Enceladus, Titan, and Europa offer a promising site to search for life
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Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.