Project Management


The primary deliverable of most research projects is dissemination of

the knowledge gathered during the project’s timeframe.  Often the

results of a project are initially conveyed via oral presentations at professional meetings and/or university colloquia.  The ultimate goal, however, is to publish the results in a respected, peer-reviewed, professional journal.

When I manage scientific projects, it is my job to see that the results are published and to draft a closing report for submission to the funding agency (usually NASA).  Leading an international team of scientists to consensus on the main interpretations and implications of a body of work often requires mediation and negotiation skills, as well.


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