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  • Wolff

    Chat Information:
    Live online chat with Dr. Michael Wolff, a senior research scientist at the Space Science Institute.

    Date: Thursday, January 17th, 2008

    Time:
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    Dr. Michael Wolff's Biography:
    Dr. Michael Wolff is a senior research scientist with the Space Science Institute, headquartered in Boulder, Colorado. Dr. Wolff graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Madison with a Ph.D. in Astronomy in 1993.

    Dr. Wolff is actively involved in several current spacecraft teams, including the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MARCI and CRISM instruments) and the Mars Exploration Rover project. Among his current research interests are radiative transfer, interstellar dust, remote sensing algorithm development, electrodynamical scattering theory, and many aspects of terrestrial planet atmospheres. He says he has no hobbies, as that would imply having some free-time (he and his wife have three children so having free-time will not be an issue for sometime).

     
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