This page displays some of the technical reports I’ve written throughout my experience at the University of Colorado Boulder. For each report, I’ve laid out a brief description, along with download links to the related files. All my technical reports are done in LaTex using Overleaf 2.0. Technical writing is one of my favorite skills I’ve developed at the university, and I’ve developed a love for explaining complicated work and techniques in simple and understandable language. If you interested in viewing any of the source code for these projects, please email me at email@example.com!
Saturation Equilibrium of Craters
This project’s aim was to simulate space impacts on a typical terrestrial surface. I developed a Matlab code to perform this simulation, and then wrote the following report on the code. This report served as the final project submission for my ASTR3750 class: Planets, Moons, & Rings at the University of Colorado Boulder.