Nick got his Ph.D. in 2016 working with Dr. Richard Alley and Dr. Sridhar Anandakrishnan at Penn State University. There, his research focused on better measuring properties of ice and the glacial substrate using geophysical methods. He went on to complete a postdoc at the University of Washington with Dr. Knut Christianson, where he worked to support the launch of NASA’s ICESat-2 and to advance airborne swath radar technology, which captures the glacial substrate in Antarctica and Greenland at unprecedented spatial resolutions. In 2020, he started as an Assistant Professor of Geology at Amherst College, where his current research interests center on ice-rock interactions, the physics of glacier sliding, and how spatial heterogeneity in Earth materials can be determined geophysically and represented numerically in ice sheet models.
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