Sean Bryan has been at Arizona State University since 2014, where he develops novel systems and algorithms for remote sensing, wireless communications, and astronomy. For his PhD at Case Western Reserve University, he worked on the Spider telescope array which successfully flew in a NASA high-altitude balloon mission over Antarctica. As a research scientist at ASU in ECEE, he developed novel signal processing algorithms for wireless communications systems. Currently, Bryan is the PI of the NASA CubeSounder high altitude balloon mission, currently in development to map the 3D distribution of water vapor and air temperature to improve weather forecasting. He is also the survey schedule lead on the NASA SPHEREx IR satellite mission.
• Ph.D., Physics, Case Western Reserve University, 2014
• B.S. Phys, Physics, University of Minnesota, 2006