I'm a student at the University of Georgia majoring in Physics, but I spend a ton of time in the sculpture and geography departments.
My scientific research is in computational condensed matter physics. I study the surface chemistry of tin oxide nanofilms and recently I've started work on topological insulators.
In sculpture, I have worked on applying the technologies of remote sensing to the arts. I have helped develop a methodology for imaging submerged sculpture with Sonar and created a variety of works from this process.
I like to find the high science in the everyday. From cheap wristwatches to artificial sweeteners, we are surrounded by the results of the most cutting edge of scientific progress; results whose original research goes largely ignored.