Ph.D. (Astronomy and Space Sciences) University of Cornell, 2019
M.S. (Astronomy and Space Sciences) University of Cornell, 2018
B.S. (Physics), University of Pennsylvania, 2013
Dr. Corlies joined SSI as a Senior Scientist in September 2022. His current research focuses on the modelling of clutter in remote sensing signals. His graduate and postdoctoral research focused on understanding the dynamics of Titan’s atmosphere as well as connections between the atmosphere and surface. He uses a combination of space-based Cassini data and Earth-based observations to monitor and analyze Titan’s atmosphere, especially the formation and evolution of clouds. He has also has interest in a wide range of planetary topics ranging from surface cometary surface evolution to participation with the Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover.