is a geophysicist who uses remote sensing tools to study parts of the world that are invisible without these instruments. Using light and sound to penetrate ice and water geophysicists can image through what lies below these landscapes. Early in her science career Robin worked on adapting technology being used in the oceans into airborne applications. Robin has coordinated eight major Antarctic aero-geophysical expeditions, the most recent during the Fourth International Polar Year to the interior of East Antarctica on the AGAP
project, mapping the subglacial Gamburtsev Mountains and is currently lead on the IcePod project
developing an integrated ice imaging system for LC-130s.