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Ph.D. Student

Alex Miltenberger

Ph.D. Student in Geophysics
My research touches on the intersection between water, landscape dynamics, and subsurface geophysical measurements. By combining these elements, I believe that we can get a better understanding of the relationship between past geologic processes and present subsurface flow pathways. The unification of past and present will help us prepare our subsurface resources for a changing future.

I have a B.S. in Applied Geophysics from Michigan Technological University, where I gained a research background in near-surface geophysics, geostatistics, and uncertainty quantification. Currently, I am a Ph.D. candidate and member of the Stanford Center for Earth Resources Forecasting research group. For my thesis I am developing and applying uncertainty quantification methods to test geological hypotheses with geophysical data.

See "Links" to watch my AGU presentations on YouTube, and see more of my work on Github and Google Scholar.

Education

B.S., Michigan Technological University, Applied Geophysics (2017)