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Corey is a scientist with primary research interests in the measurement and study of planetary magnetic fields and plasmas. His current research focus involves the detection and characterization of ocean worlds within the solar system via magnetic induction, through the development of next-generation quantum-based magnetometers, novel signal processing methodologies, and strategic design and formulation of future planetary mission concepts, specifically targeted to the moons of the gas and ice giants where magnetic field environments are strong and highly dynamic. Corey came to JPL as a NASA Postdoctoral Program (NPP) fellow in 2013 after earning his PhD at Penn State University in Engineering Science and Mechanics, where he used various forms of magnetic resonance spectroscopy as a means to characterize spin dependent transport of quantum centers in solid-state materials for use as magnetic field sensors.
Ph.D. Engineering Science and Mechanics, Penn State University, 2013
M.S. Electrical Engineering, Penn State University, 2007
B.S. Electrical Engineering, Penn State University, 2004