Previously 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.
       
     
 My current work on the tectonic history of Enceladus and other icy moons focuses on an analysis of terrestrial analogues for icy moons through the freezing of ice in spherical molds in the laboratory to analyze the fracture patterns.
       
     
 Ice shell tectonics remains an area of active research interest and represents a corollary aspect of my PhD work.
       
     
 Previously 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.
       
     

Previously 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.

 My current work on the tectonic history of Enceladus and other icy moons focuses on an analysis of terrestrial analogues for icy moons through the freezing of ice in spherical molds in the laboratory to analyze the fracture patterns.
       
     

My current work on the tectonic history of Enceladus and other icy moons focuses on an analysis of terrestrial analogues for icy moons through the freezing of ice in spherical molds in the laboratory to analyze the fracture patterns.

 Ice shell tectonics remains an area of active research interest and represents a corollary aspect of my PhD work.
       
     

Ice shell tectonics remains an area of active research interest and represents a corollary aspect of my PhD work.