More information is available at https://www.lpl.arizona.edu/~vriesema/.
Computational physics, scientific modeling, numerical analysis, planetary science, astronomy/astrophysics, high-performance computing.
Research and Creative Activities
Research: Computational physics (general), scientific modeling scalability in high-performance computing, magnetohydrodynamics as applied to planetary atmospheres.
2009: B.Sc. in Physics, Calvin College (minor in Computer Science)
2011: M.Sc. in Physics, University of Arizona
2015: M.Sc. in Planetary Science, University of Arizona
2020: Ph.D. in Planetary Science, University of Arizona
Vriesema, J. W., Koskinen, T. T. and Yelle, R. (2019). "Electrodynamics in Saturn’s Thermosphere at Low and Middle Latitudes." Icarus, in press. DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2019.113390.
Dykhuis, M. J., Molnar, L. A., Gates, C. J., Gonzales, J. A., Huffman, J. J., Maat, A. R., Maat, S. L., Marks, M. I., Massey-Plantinga, A. R., McReynolds, N. D., Schut, J. A., Stoep, J. P. Stutzman, A. J., Thomas, B. C., Vander Tuig, G. W., Vriesema, J. W. and Greenberg, R. (2015). "Eﬀicient spin sense determination of Flora-region asteroids via the epoch method." Icarus, 267, 174–203. DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2015.12.021.
Molnar, L. and Vriesema, J. (2006). Minor Planet Observations, Minor Planet Circulars, 56166, 1.
Honors and Recognitions
2016–2019: NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship (NESSF)
2011: William Bickel Award for Enthusiasm in Laboratory and Pedagogy
2021–present: Chippewa Valley Astronomical Society (CVAS)
2014–present: American Astronomical Society (AAS)
2014–present: Division for Planetary Sciences (DPS, a division of AAS)