About Me

I am an experimental physicist, Cornell AB in physics, Princeton PhD. An important part of my background is my Native roots -  Mohawk, turtle clan - and that has kept me involved in Native rights and projects since early college. I remain active (see the Native Science tab) and am a Native faculty advisor for research in RIT’s Future Stewards Program. I am a Sequoia Fellow in the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES). 

My active areas of research include cyber security, space weather, artificial intelligence, and Native science. I am the Principal Investigator (PI) on a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). I am also PI on a CSTEP grant from New York State. I have received support in the past from various government organizations, included DISA, Army, Navy, and DHS. 

I am married to Jeri, and we have 4 children and now 6 grandchildren (!!) We especially enjoy improv, and have been avid rock climbers and scuba divers. 

I have enjoyed a variety of media coverage over time. The most recent one can be found here:


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