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Ashley Clendenen
Graduate Research Assistant
Education

Ph.D. in Physics, Georgia Institute of Technology, Expected 2025

M.S. in Physics, Georgia Institute of Technology, Expected 2022

M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020

B.S. in Applied Physics, Pacific Lutheran University, 2018

B.S. in Mathematics, Pacific Lutheran University, 2018

Research Interests

Ashley works in Dr. Orlando's Electron and Photon Induced Chemistry on Surfaces (EPICS) Lab. She studies lunar planetary science and lunar In-Situ Research Utilization (ISRU). 

Honors and Awards:

Honorable Mention, Symposium on Space Innovations Poster Composition

Papers:

Clendenen, A. R.;  Aleksandrov, A.;  Jones, B. M.;  Loutzenhiser, P. G.;  Britt, D. T.; Orlando, T. M., Temperature programmed desorption comparison of lunar regolith to lunar regolith simulants LMS-1 and LHS-1. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 2022, 592 (117632). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2022.117632

Talks:

A. R. Clendenen (2020) Student Lighting Talk, NASA Exploration Science Forum, Virtual

A. R. Clendenen, B. M. Jones, T. M. Orlando, P. G. Loutzenhiser (2020) Concentrated Solar Driven In-situ Resource Utilization for Lunar Exploration, AGU Fall Meeting, Virtual

A. R. Clendenen, A. Aleksandrov, B. M. Jones, P. G. Loutzenhiser, D. T. Britt, T. M. Orlando (2022) Comparison Of Lunar Regolith to Lunar Regolith Simulants LMS-1 and LHS-1 By Temperature Programmed Desorption, NASA Exploration Science Forum, Boulder, Colorado

Theses:

Concentrated Solar Driven In-situ Resource Utilization for Lunar Exploration, M.S. Thesis, 2020