PTYS/LPL Graduate Students
Adam Battle (he/him/his)
PTYS Graduate Student
Asteroid Surveys, Small Bodies, Space Situational Awareness
Photometric characterization of moving objects as applied to both Space Situational Awareness and the study of small bodies in the solar system.
A graduate from The Ohio State University (2015), Adam has four years of experience in the field of Space Situational Awarenss (SSA). During his graduate studies, Adam hopes to continue research in SSA while applying the skills learned in his time in industry toward small body research.
Zuraski, S.; Beecher, E.; Carr, C.; Payne, T.; Battle, A.; Guliano, L.; and Fiorino, S.; “Turbulence and Aerosol Research Dynamic Interrogation System Testing,” in 2018 AMOS Conference Proceedings, 2018.
Castro, P.; Payne, T.; Battle, A.; Cole, Z.; Moody, J.; Gregory, S; and Dao, P.; “Standardized Photometric Calibrations for Panchromatic SSA Sensors,” in 2016 AMOS Conference Proceedings, Wailea, 2016.
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