Maxsimo Salazar

Max Salazar is a contingent worker in the Advanced Capabilities and Systems Group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. His interest is in the utilization of cloud climatological data to study the effect of optical depth on remote sensing towards the detection of an object. In his recent work, he is researching the utility of new gaming software that models various types of radars.

Prior to his work at the laboratory, Dr. Salazar worked on various efforts from ocean modelling to writing formal government requirements. He also worked on the implementation of sparse basis functions such as curvelets towards the refinement of signal analysis techniques in the field of radar and the study of ionograms. Dr. Salazar is also a retired Navy veteran in the meteorology and oceanography community. He joined the laboratory in 2021.

Dr. Salazar earned a PhD in Marine Science, with an emphasis in Hydrography from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2018. He also earned a MS in Hydrographic Science also from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2008 and a MS in Meteorology and Physical Oceanography from the Naval Post Graduate School in 2007. He earned a BA in Mathematics from Texas A&M International University in 1999.

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