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Mike Wolff

Mike Wolff

(Space Science Institute)

Michael Wolff is a Senior Resarch Scientist with the Space Science Institute (headquarters in Boulder, CO). Mike graduated from the University of Wisconsin (Madison) with a Ph.D. in Astronomy in 1993. Among his current research interests, one finds radiative transfer, remote sensing algorithm development, electrodynamical scattering theory, and many aspects of terrestrial planet atmospheres. Based near the beaches of Brookfield, Wisconsin, Mike is actively involved in several current spacecraft teams. In addition to that of the MARCI instrument, he is a science team member on the Mars Exploration Rover project and the MRO/CRISM instrument. He has no hobbies, as the would imply having some free-time. Nevertheless, Mike enjoys Bombay gin martinis and his favorite color is blue.