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CURRICULUM VITAE FOR JAMES TUTTLE KEANE
PhD Candidate, Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona
email: jkeane [at] lpl.arizona.edu

1629 E University Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85721-0092


EDUCATION:


2011 – 2017 (expected): Doctor of Philosophy, Planetary Science, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA.
2011 – 2015: Masters of Science, Planetary Science, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA.
2006 – 2011: Bachelors of Science, Astronomy with High Honors, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA.
2006 – 2011: Bachelors of Science, Geology with Honors, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA.


RESEARCH INTERESTS:

I am interested in the formation and evolution of solar system planets, planetary satellites, and small bodies, with an emphasis on the interactions between rotational dynamics, orbital dynamics, and geologic processes of terrestrial and icy bodies.


HONORS AND AWARDS: (Total amount awarded: $97,100)

2015: Eugene M. Shoemaker Impact Cratering Award, Geologic Society of America (GSA), Division of Planetary Geology. Award: $2,500.
2013 – 2016: NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship (NESSF), Title: “Stability of Asteroid Regolith during Planetary Close Approaches.” Award: $30,000/year, for 3 years.
2015: SSERVI ESF Student Poster Award Honorable Mention, Solar System Exploration Research Institute (SSERVI), Exploration Science Forum (ESF). Award: $1,000.
2015: Gerard P. Kuiper Memorial Award, University of Arizona, Lunar and Planetary Laboratory. Award: $1,000.
2015: College of Science Scholar ship Award (departmental level), University of Arizona, College of Science.
2015: Theoretical Astrophysics Program Small Grant Award, University of Arizona, Theoretical Astrophysics Program. Award: $1,500.
2014: AGU Outstanding Student Paper Award (OSPA), American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting.
2014: Galileo Circle Scholar, University of Arizona, College of Science. Award: $1,000.
2014: Best Graduate Student Talk Award, University of Arizona, Lunar and Planetary Laboratory Conference.
2014: College of Science Service and Outreach Award (departmental level), University of Arizona, College of Science. Award: $100.
2013: Graduate Student Talk Honorable Mention, University of Arizona, Lunar and Planetary Laboratory Conference. PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS: (2 First Author Publications; 2 Co-Author publications)
2015 (accepted): Siegler, M. A., Miller, R., Keane, J. T., Matsuyama, I., Paige, D. A., Poston, J., Lawrence, D. J., Lunar true polar wander inferred from polar hydrogen, Nature.
2015 (accepted): Thompson, M. S., Zega, T. J., Becerra, P., Keane, J. T., Byrne, S., The oxidation state of Fe nanoparticles in the lunar soil, Meteoritics and Planetary Science.
2014: Keane, J. T., Matsuyama, I., Evidence for lunar true polar wander and a past low-eccentricity synchronous lunar orbit, Geophysical Research Letters 41, 6610. (link)
2014: Keane, J. T., Pascucci, I., Espaillat, C., Woitke, P., Andrews, S., Kamp, I., Thi, W.-F., Meeus, G., Dent, W. R. F., Herschel Evidence for Disk Flattening or Gas Depletion in Transitional Disks, The Astrophysical Journal 787, 152. (link)


INVITED TALKS AND SEMINARS:

2015: Lowell Observatory, Flagstaff, AZ.


PLANEARY EXPLORATION MISSION INVOLVEMENT:

2015 - present: Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), contributor to Extended Science Mission 3 proposal team
2014 - present: Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL), participant in science team meetings
2013 - present: Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security, Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx), community and public engagement (CPE) volunteer
2014: NASA/JPL Planetary Science Summer School, Session III: Io Observer mission concept: "Argus"
Attitude control subsystem chair
Principal Investigator of the Io Laser Altimeter (IoLA) instrument
Co-Investigator for the Io Radio and Gravity Experiment (IRAGE) instrument
Interiors science team lead


PRESS RELEASES AND NEWS ARTICLES:

2015: "UA Students Bring Together Art, Science" Rebecca Peiffer, University of Arizona News, 5 November 2015. (link)
2015: "See astronomy-inspired art this weekend at the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory's Art of Planetary Science exhibit" Mikayla Mace, The Daily Wildcat, 15 October 2015. (link)
2015: “How Did the Moon Get Its Shape?” Catherine Minnehan, American Geophysical Union (AGU) Research Spotlight, 23 June 2015. (link)
2015: “Lopsided ice on the moon points to past shift in poles,” Eric Hand, Science News, 19 March 2015. (link)
2015: “YouTube for Science,” Anna H. Spitz, Mercury, Vol. 44, No. 1, Winter 2015. (link)
2014: “At the intersection of Art and Science,” University of Arizona News, 22 October 2014. (link)
2014: “UA hosts art show exploring beauty in science,” Dan Desrochers, Arizona Daily Star, 14 October 2014. (link)



CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS: (12 First Author Conference Proceedings; 10 Co-Author Conference Proceedings)


2015: Keane, J. T., Siegler, M. A., Miller, R., Matsuyama, I., Paige, D. A., Poston, J., Lawrence, D. J., Hidden in the neutrons: physical evidence for lunar true polar wander, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, USA.
2015: Keane, J. T., Siu, H.C., Moskovitz, N.A., Binzel, R.P., Surprise! The oft-ignored Moon might actually be important for changing the spins of asteroids during Earth flybys, 47th Meeting for the Division for Planetary Sciences, National Harbor, MD, USA.
2015: Siu, H.C., Keane, J. T., Moskovitz, N.A., Binzel, R.P., Effects of Earth Encounters on the Rotational Properties of Near-Earth Objects, 47th Meeting for the Division for Planetary Sciences, National Harbor, MD, USA.
2015: Keane, J. T., Siegler, M. A., Miller, R., Matsuyama, I., Paige, D. A., Poston, J., Lawrence, D. J., Hidden in the neutrons: physical evidence for lunar true polar wander, SSERVI Exploration Science Forum, NASA Ames, Mountain View, CA, USA.
2015: Keane, J. T., Matsuyama, I. (2015), Cleaning up degree-2: the contribution of impact basins and mascons to the gravity fields of the Moon, Mercury, and other terrestrial planets, Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, USA.
2015: Siegler, M. A., Miller, R., Keane, J. T., Matsuyama, I., Paige, D. A., Poston, J., Lawrence, D. J., Hidden in the neutrons: physical evidence for lunar true polar wander, Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, USA.
2015: Thompson, M. S., Zega, T. J., Keane, J. T., Becerra, P., Byrne, S., The oxidation state of Fe nanoparticles in the lunar soil: implications for space weathering processes, Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, USA.
2015: Marcucci, E., Hays, L., Holstein-Rathlou, C., Keane, J. T., et al., Argus: a concept study for an Io observer mission from the 2014 NASA/JPL Planetary Science Summer School, Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, USA.
2015: Zuber, M. T., Smith, D. E., Goosens, S. J., Andrews-Hanna, J., Head, J. W., Kiefer, W. S., Asmar, S. W., Konopliv, A. S., Lemoine, F. G., Matsuyama, I., McGovern, P. J., Melosh, H. J., Neumann, G. A., Nimmo, F., Phillips, R. J., Solomon, S. C., Taylor, G. J., Watkins, M. M., Wieczorek, M. A., Johnson, B. C., Keane, J. T., Milkjović, K., Park, R. S., Soderblom, J. M., Blair, D. M., Mazarico, E., Yuan, D.-N., Gravity field of the Orientale Basin from the Gravity Recovery And Interior Laboratory (GRAIL), Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, USA.
2015: Keane, J. T., Matsuyama, I., Rejuvenating asteroids during planetary flybys: applications to (99942) Apophis and other near-Earth asteroids, Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, USA.
2014: Keane, J. T., Matsuyama, I., The Contribution of Impact Basins and Mascons to the Lunar Figure: Evidence for Lunar True Polar Wander and a Past Low-Eccentricity, Synchronous Lunar Orbit, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, USA.
2014: Keane, J. T., Matsuyama, I., Rejuvinating NEOs: the Efficiency of Asteroid Resurfacing via Planetary Flybys, 46th Meeting for the Division for Planetary Sciences, Tucson, AZ, USA.
2014: Molaro, J., Keane, J. T., Peacock, S., Schaefer, E., Tanquary, H., The Art of Planetary Science: An Exhibition – Bringing Together the Art and Science Communities to Engage the Public, 46th Meeting for the Division for Planetary Sciences, Tucson, AZ, USA.
2014: Becerra, P., Holstein-Rathlou, C., Hays, L., Keane, J. T., et al., Argus: a concept study for an Io observer mission from the 2014 NASA/JPL Planetary Science Summer School, 46th Meeting for the Division for Planetary Sciences, Tucson, AZ, USA.
2014: Spitz, A., Dykhuis, M., Platts, S., Keane, J. T., et al., Communicating Science on YouTube and Beyond: OSIRIS-REx Presents 321Science! 46th Meeting for the Division for Planetary Sciences, Tucson, AZ, USA.
2014: Keane, J. T., Matsuyama, I., The Contribution of Mascons to the Lunar Figure, 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, USA.
2014: Keane, J. T., Matsuyama, I., Hill Slope Failure as a Mechanism to Resurface Asteroids During Planetary Flybys, 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, USA.
2014: Molaro, J., Keane, J. T., The Art of Planetary Science: an Exhibition – Bringing Together the Art and Science Communities to Engage the Public, 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, USA.
2014: Spitz, A. H., Dykhuis, M., Platts, S., Keane, J. T., et al., OSIRIS-REx Launches 321Science – Engaging the Public in Science and Engineering Through YouTube Videos, 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, USA.
2013: Keane, J. T., Matsuyama, I., The Contribution of Mascons to the Lunar Figure, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, USA.
2013: Keane, J. T., Matsuyama, I., Hill Slope Failure as a Mechanism to Resurface Asteroids During Planetary Flybys, 45th Meeting for the Division for Planetary Sciences, Denver, CO, USA.
2013: Keane, J. T., Pascucci, I., Andrews, S. M., et al., From Classical Disks to Transition Disks: an Increasing Dust-to-Gas Ratio? 221st Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, Long Beach, CA, USA.



PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

2014 - present: International Association of Astronomical Artists (IAAA)
2013 - present: American Geophysical Union (AGU)
2010 - present: American Astronomical Society (AAS)
2010 - present: AAS Division of Dynamical Astronomy (DDA)
2010 - present: AAS Division for Planetary Sciences (DPS)



TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

2012-2013, 2015: Guest Lecturer, University of Arizona
PTYS170A1: Planet Earth: Evolution of a Habitable Planet (Dr. Isamu Matsuyama)
PTYS170B1: The Universe and Humanity: Origins and Destiny (Dr. Caitlin Griffith)
2013, 2015: Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Arizona
PTYS170B1: The Universe and Humanity: Origins and Destiny (Dr. Caitlin Griffith)
2008-2010: Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, University of Maryland
ASTR100: Introduction to Astronomy (Dr. Stacy McGaugh)
ASTR100: Introduction to Astronomy (Dr. Douglas P. Hamilton)
ASTR100: Introduction to Astronomy (Dr. Melissa Hayes-Gehrke)
ASTR101: General Astronomy (Dr. Christopher Hunt)
ASTR220: Collisions in Space (Dr. Melissa Hayes-Gehrke)
PUBLIC OUTREACH AND SERVICE:

2015 - present: Space Drafts / Art on Tap, Artist
2014 - present: Pima Air and Space Museum, Volunteer
2014 - present: Steward Observatory Astronomy Camp (link), Counselor
2013 - present: The Art of Planetary Science (link), Co-Organizer
2013 - present: 321Science! (a YouTube science series by the OSIRIS-REx CPE team; link), Artist
2013 - present: Tucson Festival of Books, Volunteer
2013 - present: International Observe the Moon Night, Volunteer
2012 - 2013: Starlight Science Cinema, Volunteer and Artist
2012 - present: OSIRIS-REx, Ambassador
2012 - present: Summer Science Saturday/Sunday, Volunteer
2012: Math, Science, and Technology Funfest, Volunteer
2012: Science and Astronomy Expo, Volunteer
2012: Science Downtown, Volunteer and Art Director
2010 - 2011: Campus Student Technology Fee Advisory Committee, Representative
2010: Enhancing Computational Abilities with MATLAB, Volunteer
2009: College of Computer, Mathematical, and Physical Science Student Technology Advisory Committee , Representative
2009: Space Camp Turkey (link), Counselor
2007 - 2011: AstroTerps, Member and Volunteer
2007 - 2008: Explore the Universe, Volunteer and Mentor
2007: Association des Jeunes Engagés pour la Promotion de la Santé, Maroua, Cameroon, Volunteer









The Earth and Moon, in visible light and topography
(Left: the Moon transiting the Earth, as viewed from DSCOVR. Right: the DSCOVR image, recreated with LRO/LOLA and ETOPO1 topography. Created by: J. T. Keane 2015)
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