Primary Advisor: Aaron Boley
Simone is an Astronomy MSc student at the University of British Columbia working with Dr. Aaron Boley. Her research involves searching for evidence of long term period changes in exoplanet transits. She completed her undergraduate degree in physics at the University of Saskatchewan where she was involved in the space design team working on a cube satellite project and mars rover prototypes. Simone has a lot of hands-on experience working with telescopes and designing and building instrumentation and is excited to be expanding her research experience to include theoretical approaches. In her spare time she enjoys climbing, hiking, camping, and biking.