On September 7th 2017, I defended my PhD. My thesis is entitled “Investigating dew deposition on leaves: effects on leaf water content, CO2, and remote sensing characterization” and is available on ProQuest.
My readers were Eric Wood and my advisor Kelly Caylor. Examiners were (from left to right): Kelly Caylor, Amilcare Porporato, and Steve Frolking (University of New Hampshire).
It has been a long and exciting ride at Princeton University. On September 1st, I started a position as a Junior Fellow with the Michigan Society of Fellows. During my 3-year long tenure as a Junior Fellow, I will be working in the Department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering at the University of Michigan, focusing on using the new CYGNSS data over land.