I am a physicist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. My research specializes in applications involving radiative transfer in planetary atmospheres. I mostly work on remote sensing algorithms for observing atmospheric composition from Earth-observing satellites. My main projects are the following:

  • TEMPO - A soon to be launched geostationary UV-Visible satellite aimed at tracking diurnal variations in pollution over North America
  • MEaSUREs - a NASA funded project to produce long term records of formaldehyde, glyoxal and water from space
  • MethaneSAT - An upcoming agile Earth observing satellite designed to target Methane emissions primarily from oil and natural gas

For a list of my publications please see my CV