I am a PhD student interested in the quantification of subsurface uncertainty, with four years of experience at Freeport-McMoRan's copper mine at Bagdad, Arizona.
My research questions include: How do scientists, engineers, and investors interpret and understand the uncertainty associated with the geologic model? How can implicit modeling be used to quantify uncertainty? Do subsurface resources require a different philosophical approach to financial analysis, since much of their value is dependent on geologic modelling?
Education & Certifications
Short Course, Dr. Cedric Griffiths and Dr. David Cantrell, Stratigraphic Forward Modeling and Geology of the Arabian Peninsula (2018)
Certification, University of Alberta: Clayton Deutsch, Fundamentals of Mining Geostatistics (2014)
Certification, Hexagon Mining, Geostatistical Applications in MineSight (2014)
Certification, University of Arizona: Mark Barton, Eric Seedorff, Lowell Program Short Course in Cu, Au, Mo Porphyry Deposits (2014)
B+, Indiana University, Field Camp. Final Study Area: Sacry's Ranch (2013)
Bachelor's, Hartwick College, Geological Sciences (2013)
Jef Caers, Doctoral (Program)
Service, Volunteer and Community Work
Assistant Baseball Coach, Bagdad Little League -- Middle School
Exercise, creative writing, and hockey
Geologist, Freeport McMoRan (August 19, 2013 - May 14, 2017)
- VRGE: An Immersive Visualization Application for the Geosciences IEEEVis 2018 2018: 4
- Review of current and historical geotechnical data and analytical techniques for the Bagdad Mine Freeport-McMoRan. 2016