Kristina Collins has joined the The Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists™ (LFHCfS). She says:
I am a PhD candidate in electrical engineering at Case Western Reserve University, where I specialize in professional amateur radio and its application to ionospheric physics. I organize citizen science campaigns, usually during solar eclipses, in which people throw signals at the ionosphere and some of the signals bounce off of it, become all scrunched up, and land in other people’s radios. My masters work, also at CWRU, was on space laser robots for NASA and featured an entire chapter about LEGO. In my copious free time, I can be found looking for hair ties or messing about in boats.
Kristina Collins, MA, LFHCfS
Graduate Student, Electrical Engineering
Case Western Reserve University,
Cleveland, Ohio, USA