Steven Dibb is a graduate researcher in the School of Earth and Space Exploration at ASU. His research focuses on improving our understanding of the surface composition of planets and asteroids through remote sensing. Steven has contributed essential analysis to the development of the Psyche Mission’s Multispectral Imager and is pioneering novel uses for landed neutron spectrometers on planetary surfaces. Steven is also passionate about STEM outreach and has participated in a number of methods for bringing planetary science to the general public and children in the classroom.
Outside of research, Steven enjoys gardening, painting, and exploring the American Southwest's natural landscapes.
Ph.D. Exploration Systems Design, Arizona State University (Anticipated 2021)
B.S. Earth Sciences (conc. Planetary Science), University of California Santa Cruz (Conferred 2016)