MadTinker 5 research notes and 5 wiki edits | Joined over 3 years ago

BS in Mechanical Engineering, MS in Aero/Astro Engineering, PhD in Applied Math. Retired tenured Associate Professor of Aerospace and Systems Engineering and retired Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff at Sandia National Labs. Background includes, for example, forensic analysis of IED hardware and events, PI on the Mars Curiosity Rover (launch phase and power source), with current professional research focused on cyber security for high consequence digital systems. Professional artist blacksmith ( IronRain.us ) which supports his growing involvement in ecological risk characterization of mine waste. Specifically interested in sensors, etc associated with monitoring water quality downstream from mining runoff, e.g. heavy metals concentration.





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"This is great! I'm starting an effort that will involve the parallel build of a simple in situ data logger (e.g. Riffle or maybe Cave Pearl) and a ..." | Read more » almost 2 years ago
"Thanks for the info Chris. I also ran across the KnowFlow that has a lot of pretty good info. They also rely heavily on the DFRobot sensors. Until..." | Read more » almost 2 years ago

MadTinker was awarded the Basic Barnstar by stevie for their work published in Willow Creek Water Quality Monitoring.



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