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.
Elise primarily supports NASA’s Global GNSS Network from the EPIC facility. She enjoys playing and writing music, traveling, and trying new activities.
Daniel is a computer engineer based in California who helps service NOTA GNSS stations and the associated telecommunications equipment. Prior to joining the EarthScope team, he worked as a field engineer for the Alaska Earthquake Center, guided snowmobile tours in Fairbanks, and served as a non-commissioned officer in the Army. Outside of work he enjoys … Continued
Susan manages operations and logistics in the Polar regions, supporting Principle Investigator-led geophysical research. She is based at the EarthScope Primary Instrument Center in New Mexico with seasonal deployments to McMurdo Station, Antarctica. In her free time, she works on her homestead, adventure rides the backroads and trails of the southwest, and enjoys time with … Continued
As a Polar Engineer, I design seismic stations for polar regions and deploy them in the field. When I’m not working, I like to climb, run, sew, and read.
Jackie has been employed at the EarthScope Primary Instrument Center (formerly IRIS PASSCAL Instrument Center) since 2004, initially joining on in an administrative support role. Her dedication and diligence propelled her into the position of International Logistics Coordinator in 2006. Over the years, she has played a pivotal role in transforming and fortifying the import/export … Continued
Dianna is a Polar Engineer II with the SAGE side. Outside of supporting seismic stations in Antarctica, Dianna loves to hike long international trails and travel the world. When at home in New Mexico, she enjoys hanging with friends, family, and her corgi, Elton
Derry is an Engineer II at the EarthScope Primary Instrument Center (EPIC) located in Socorro, NM with 19+ years of experience in instrumentation primarily focused on broadband sensor repairs. In his off time, he enjoys home improvement projects and watching movies.
Bruce began his geophysical career using PASSCAL instrumentation for seismic investigations in Asia, Antarctica, and the US. He joined the Instrument Center in 1997 and has served as director since 2004.