The most gratifying part is getting to experience other people’s passions for science and being able to share my own.
Participating in the Nevada NASA Space Grant Community of Practice program has led me to have been nominated for a Nevada Regents Scholar award.
My research project is titled, “Traveling at the Speed of Light.” This project explores the possibilities of reaching faster than light travel through means of the Alcubierre Warp Drive, worm holes, or Mill’s hypothetical warp drivers. Analysis of these theoretical systems has led to the conclusion that exotic matter is necessary to make FTL travel possible.
I love to make costumes and attend science fiction conventions.