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Sarah Wilson

Sarah interfaces between the science community and Earthscope’s cloud development team to enhance access to EarthScope’s data tools. Her multidisciplinary career has spanned data engineering, Antarctic IT, agricultural robotics, biomechanical engineering, and science communication. Outside of work, Sarah seeks out Type-2 Fun like trail running, gravel biking, freeride skiing, backpacking, and baking at high altitude.

Ken Subratie

Ken is a postdoctoral software engineer with expertise and success in (1) concurrent, distributed, and peer systems; (2) computer network protocols and virtualization; and (3) software system design, implementation, and experimentation. His experience spans designing, implementing, profiling, and optimizing software systems for correctness and performance. Additionally, his research interests include networking technologies for the cloud-to-edge. At … Continued

Franklyn Dunbar

Franklyn is a Cloud Software Engineer on the Data Service Team. In Franklyn’s free time you’ll find him climbing rocks or frozen waterfalls, biking on logging roads, practicing chess openings and chasing elk during hunting season.

Kang Wang

Kang works as a data scientist supporting the Geodetic Imaging program, with a focus on modernizing support for Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) and other Earth Observation data. Outside of work, he finds joy in DIY activities and explores the realms of creativity and technology during his free time.

Solar Smith

Solar is dedicated to integrating software that enables the utilization of Earth data to enhance our understanding and appreciation of the world. In his spare time, he enjoys exploring local trails and creeks with his family or taking on DIY projects at home.

David Chen

David, a software engineer on the Data team, has a passion for sports and games. During his free time, you’ll find him bouldering, playing chess at the pub, or engrossed in a good book.

Matt Briggs

I develop solutions to deliver data and metadata from the cloud by migrating current data holdings and redesigning current technologies to be more cloud performant. When I am not in front of a screen I enjoy hiking, traveling, and exploring the world.

Omid Hosseini

Omid is a software engineer employed at the EarthScope Instrumentation Center (EPIC), where he demonstrates over six years of expertise in software development and machine learning domains. Proficient in Python, Java, and C programming languages, Omid contributes significantly to the development and maintenance of software systems,PASSOFT, at EPIC. Additionally, he undertakes system administration tasks. Outside … Continued