At Arecibo Observatory
On the platform at Arecibo Observatory

I am a graduate student in the Department of Astronomy at Cornell University. I work on radar and infrared observations of near-Earth asteroids (shape fitting and thermal modeling), with Don Campbell (my thesis advisor), Jenna Crowell, Yan Fernández, Ellen Howell, Chris Magri, Mike Nolan, Patrick Taylor, and Ron Vervack. "PhD candidate" means that I have passed my A exam. Since the fall of 2015, my research has been funded by a NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship (NESSF) in Planetary Science (NASA grant NNX15AR14H).

This is my professional website, to describe my research interests, teaching experience, and outreach activities.

My email address: seanm [at] astro [dot] cornell [dot] edu (spammer-proof - replace [at] and [dot] with @ and . respectively)


These pages were last updated on November 22, 2016.