I am interested in questions where progress towards a solution requires that connections be made across boundaries, where there are opportunities to contribute to ideas and initiatives larger than can be undertaken by any individual.
In pursuit of these question and communities, I contribute to projects including open source software for computational geophysics and open access educational resources for the geosciences.
SimPEG is an open source python package for numerical simulations and gradient based inverse problems in geophysics. We are working to bring all of the geophysical methods into one place and into the open. Join the development on github!
Web-based resources for the fundamentals of geophysics for practicing geoscientists (GPG) and electromagnetic geophysics (EM). These are collaboratively developed resources and include interactive numerical simulations.
I was a co-instructor for the Society of Exploration Geophysics Distinguished Instructor Short Course (DISC) led by Dr. Douglas Oldenburg. The course was delivered in 25 locations worldwide.