SME Map

The Science Activation Program engages Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) in a variety of roles from behind the scenes guidance to public-facing interactions.  This list shows subject matter experts in NASA Science topics of planetary science, astrophysics, Earth science, and heliophysics who may be available for public-facing events. 

NASA-funded SMEs can submit an application to be shown on this list. By volunteering, you can join our efforts to engage the public directly. When you sign up, your information will be put into a database, so when someone comes to the NASA Science website looking for an expert, they can find you and decide if your expertise is what they need for their engagement activities.

Subject Matter Experts

95 result(s)

Mark Tapley

SwRI -- San Antonio

Area of Expertise: New Horizons - Payload Instruments

Leslie Tamppari

JPL

Area of Expertise: MRO Deputy Project Scientist

Angela Stickle

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab (JHU/APL)

Area of Expertise: Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) - Impact Cratering

John Spencer

SwRI -- Boulder

Area of Expertise: New Horizons - MU69New Horizons - MU69 Flyby

Mike Smith

GSFC

Area of Expertise: Mars Odyssey - Goal II (Climate)

Kelsi Singer

SwRI -- Boulder

Area of Expertise: New Horizons - Charon

Nathan Schwadron

Univ of NH

Area of Expertise: Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) - Planetary Science Radiation

Nick Schneider

Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP)

Area of Expertise: MAVEN - Upper-atmosphere and ionosphere composition, structure and variability

Gabe Rogers

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab (JHU/APL)

Area of Expertise: New Horizons - Spacecraft

Carol Raymond

JPL

Area of Expertise: Dawn - Planetary Science science, particularly planetesimals explored by Dawn

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