I began geophysics research as an undergraduate, where I focused on seismology and geodesy. Soon after graduating, I continued with geodetic volcanology research with the USGS at the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.
My current research focuses on remote sensing and involves integrating optical satellite data with InSAR deformation. I work mostly with landslide and mass displacement dynamics right now. Some techniques I will utilize include InSAR processing, pixel tracking, time series analysis and inversion.