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B.S. Computational Physics, 2014, Slippery Rock University
Matthew's current research focus is in the climatic relevance of pollen aerosol. Specifically, he is creating a computational framework that will account for pollen emissions, transport and radiative effects in a regional climate model.
Specializations and Research Interests
- Biosphere-atmsophere exchange and interaction
- Cloud physics and chemistry
- Computer modeling of Earth systems (terrestrial biosphere, atmosphere, regional and global climate)
Matthew aspires to a career in research and academia in atmospheric science, with hopes for contributing to solutions to the environmental problems of today's and tomorrow's society.
Honors, Awards and Accomplishments
Michigan Institute for Computational Design and Engineering (MICDE) Graduate Fellowship 2014-15
Elementary Mathematics Laboratory (EML) 2015 Tutor - University of Michigan Schools of Education and Social Work