In my research I study the hot, expanding outer atmospheres of the Sun and other stars. Using both theoretical models and observations, scientists are able to infer a great deal about the physical principles underlying these distant objects, adding to our knowledge of how the universe works as a whole. Understanding the Sun and its atmosphere is also a necessary precursor to being able to predict the Sun's long-term effects on the Earth's climate and local space environment.
Office: Duane Physics D111 (main campus) . . . SPSC N218 (LASP, east campus)
Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
UCB 600, University of Colorado
3665 Discovery Drive
Boulder, CO 80303