My current research focuses on the geologic and climate history of early Mars 3.8 billion years ago - early Mars possessed the most likely conditions for hydrological activity on the surface (and, by extension, for life), but it is also the time period we know the least about.
  Worked with Dr. Adrian Lenardic and Dr. Helge Gonnermann to create a numerical model predicting the long-term deformation of the ice shell in the South Polar Region of Enceladus, a moon of Saturn, as the result of sustained tectonic activity at the large fissures known as the Tiger Stripes.