Below a list of publications I have been a part of, and my academic CV. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested collaborating or discussing my work!
Dewey, M. and Goldblatt, C. 2018, Evidence for Radiative-Convective Bistability in Tropical Atmospheres, Geophysical Research Letters, v. 45, p. 10673-10681. DOI 10.1029/2018GL078903
Goldblatt, C., Kavanagh, L., and Dewey, M. 2017, The Palaeoclimate and Terrestrial Exoplanet Radiative Transfer Model Intercomparison Project (PALAEOTRIP): Experimental design and protocols, Geoscientific Model Development, v. 10, p. 3931-3940, DOI 10.5194/gmd-10-3931-2017
Dewey, M.C. and Dewey, J.M., 2014, The Physical Properties of the Blast Wave Produced by a Stoichiometric Propane/Oxygen Explosion, Shock Waves v. 24, p. 593–601, DOI 10.1007/s00193-014-0521-8
BSc, Combined Honours Physics and Ocean-Atmosphere Dynamics, Minor in Mathematics.
Sep 2010 – May 2015, University of Victoria
May 2016 – Present
School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of Victoria
– Worked on a broad range of problems in planetary science and Earth evolution. Extensive experience analyzing satellite data from a wide range of earth-observing instruments, radiative transfer modeling, developing code in Matlab and Python.
NSERC CREATE Training Program in Arctic Atmospheric Science Undergraduate Intern
May 2014 – Aug 2014
Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Physics group, University of Toronto
– Developed new software for and implemented validation of ACE (Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment) ozone measurements
NSERC USRA Research Assistant
May 2013 – Oct 2013
Nanoplasmonics Research Lab, University of Victoria
-Used Raman spectroscopy to help develop a fast and inexpensive tool for the detection of a cancer biomarker
Sep 2012 – Dec 2012
Fraunhofer Institute for High-Speed Dynamics, EMI, Freiburg, Germany
-Developed an neural network model for predicting blast parameters on structures using C and the FANN library.
-Developed model in Fortran90 to solve the Graham-Kinney equations for reflected shocks.
-Used APOLLO CFD (EMI code) to model various structures under blast loading.
May 2011 – Aug 2011
Dewey, McMillan and Associates
– Updated and used ERECO program (Fortran77)
OTHER ACADEMIC CONTRIBUTIONS:
Reviewer for Astrophysics and Space Science.
GRANTS AND AWARDS:
Canadian Space Agency Earth System Data Analysis 3-year grant (2016-2019).
Chris and Susan Barnes Scholarship for best Honours Thesis (EOS 499)
Jamie Cassels Undergraduate Research Award (JCURA) from the University of Victoria.
Award for best co-op report “Prediction of Blast Load Parameters with Neuronal Networks” from the Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Victoria (small monetary prize).