Parvathy Prem Print


  20225

  Parvathy.Prem@jhuapl.edu

: SES

:   Planetary Scientist

:  Planetary

  LRO, Mini-RF, DLRE, SSERVI, DREAM2

 
2017, Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin
2013, M.S. in Aerospace Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin
2010, B.Eng. in Aerospace Engineering, Nanyang Technological University

Parvathy Prem’s research interests lie in developing and applying computational methods to study solar system bodies and their interactions with the space environment. She is particularly interested in the diverse range of worlds that host rarefied atmospheres or surface boundary exospheres – from Mercury and the Moon to small bodies and outer solar system satellites. In her doctoral research, she used a combination of rarefied gas dynamics, radiative transfer and surface thermal models to investigate the transport and sequestration of water on the Moon in the aftermath of a volatile-rich impact. At APL, Dr. Prem is working on developing numerical models of infrared emission and radar scattering from the lunar surface to assist in the interpretation of remote sensing data, with a view to increasing our understanding of the Moon’s surface thermal environment and the nature of lunar polar volatiles.

 

 
AGU Index Category AGU Index Sub-Category
COMPUTATIONAL GEOPHYSICS Modeling
ATMOSPHERIC PROCESSES Monte Carlo technique
ATMOSPHERIC PROCESSES Radiative processes
PLANETARY SCIENCES: SOLID SURFACE PLANETS Polar regions
PLANETARY SCIENCES: COMETS AND SMALL BODIES Atmospheres
PLANETARY SCIENCES: COMETS AND SMALL BODIES Impact phenomena
PLANETARY SCIENCES: COMETS AND SMALL BODIES Surfaces
PLANETARY SCIENCES: SOLAR SYSTEM OBJECTS Moon
PLANETARY SCIENCES: COMETS AND SMALL BODIES Dust
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2017 - Present
Postdoctoral Fellow JHU/APL
2014 - Present
American Geophysical Union
2015 - Present
Division of Planetary Sciences of American Astronomical Society
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