Danica Adams

Danica Adams

Graduate student of Planetary Science

California Institute of Technology


Welcome! I am a first year graduate student studying planetary science at the California Institute of Technology. Feel free to learn more About Me !

I obtained my Bachelor’s in Planetary Science with highest honors from UC Berkeley’s EPS department. As a part of the MAVEN mission (Mars Atmospheric and Volatile EvolutioN), I used Mars’ magnetic topology to study the sources of Mars’ night-side ionospheric plasma. During my undergraduate studies, I also considered the microphysics of aggregate hazes to study their effect on exoplanet spectra. Please check out Work Samples for links to the related talks and papers!