“There are only 3 colors, 10 digits, and 7 notes; it’s what we do with them that’s important.”

-Jim Rohn


Trained in the clean rooms of Cornell University, my experience in microlithography includes plasma etching, coating, and stepper tool utilization.

Spectral indexing

Spectral index analyses like NDVI have long been a passion of mine. With years of experience, information revealed by these techniques still amazes me!

Braided cable modeling

With applications in nuclear weapons safety and power grid infrastructure, modeling and simulating the effects of braided cables certainly has its merits.

Background estimation

Spatially stable and persistent image sequences can greatly benefit from background estimation and isolation. Ultimately, this results in a more fully understandable scene.

Radar cross-section / EM resonance

High-fidelity meshes are generated from realistic CAD models. These meshes are used to generate monostatic and bistatic RCS simulations and electromagnetic resonance simulations.

Scene prediction / attribution

Full-scale scene prediction includes high-fidelity CAD models, material attribution, real-world geographic topologies, plume modeling, and imaging system simulations.

Space Situational Awareness (SSA)

Spectral and spatio-temporal reflectance data are useful for estimating current and future satellite attitude and trajectory, relying heavily on CAD model attribution and radiometry.

Detonation physics modeling

In this multi-software effort, thermal physics, optical physics, and detonation data were united in an investigation to reproduce the optical effects demonstrated by well-documented shock shells.