- M.S., Environmental Science Graduate Program, The Ohio State University, 2016
- B.S., B.A., Mathematics and Environmental Studies, Denison University, 2012
Research Interests: Geospatial analysis; hydrogeologic windows for geothermal resources; application of frames and hypergraphs in linear coding theory
Publications emanating from work in the Energy Sustainability Research Laboratory:
- Sutula, G. (2016). “Developing a Framework for the Purposes of Locating Undiscovered Hydrogeologic Windows.” M.S. Thesis. The Ohio State University.
- Bielicki, J., Blackwell, D., Harp, D., Karra, S., Kelley, S., Kelley, R., Middleton, R., Person, M., Sutula, G. (2016). “Hydrogeologic Windows and Estimating the Prospectivity of Geothermal Resources.” Proceedings of the 41st Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford CA, February 22-24, 2016. SGP-TR-209.
- Person, M., Kelley, S., Kelley, R., Karra, S., Harp, D., Witcher, J., Bielicki, J., Sutula, G., Middleton, R., Pepin, J. (2015). “Hydrogeologic Windows: Detection of Blind and Traditional Geothermal Play Fairways in Southwestern New Mexico Using Conservative Element Concentrations and Advective-Diffusive Solute Transport.” 39th Geothermal Resources Council, Annual Meeting. Reno NV. September 20-23. GRC Transactions, 39, 751-759.
Research and Professional Experience:
Denison University Sustainability Department
Licking County Health Department
Ahlum & Arbor
2008-2012 National Merit Scholarship
2008-2012 Paschal Carter Scholarship
2010 Anderson Research Scholarship
Other Interests: Renewable energy technologies, outdoor activities (primarily climbing), computer and board games