Development of new aeromagnetic data interpolation and interpretation methodologies, with a focus on linear features
I graduated from the University of Waterloo with a B.Sc. Honours Physics degree in 2012, with my thesis focusing on the analysis of astrophysical data. In 2014 I completed my M.Sc. degree at Laurentian University, where my thesis investigated some of the physical relationships involved in the radio imaging method, primarily the effect of increasing dielectric permittivity on the resulting tomographic conductivity datasets. Since 2016 I have worked full-time as a Research Scientist with the National Research Council in Ottawa, ON, completing my PhD part-time. My general research interests include aeromagnetic interpolation and compensation, as well as signal and image analysis in various other remote sensing methods.