Aaron has extensive experience in scientific computing. During his Ph.D., he built physics models and modified existing ones. Since then, he has spent four years at the Swiss Plasma Center and the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory optimizing and refactoring large-scale plasma physics codes in close collaboration with users. A life-long learner, Aaron is interested in practically every topic. His aspirational work ethos is adaptability, hard work, smart work, and communication.
- B.S. Physics, University of Texas at Austin (2008)
- Ph.D. Planetary Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2015)