Stefano Nerozzi

Stefano Nerozzi

Hello! I'm a PhD candidate at the University of Texas at Austin. Here I talk about my research and my personal and professional interests.
Science

I am pursuing a PhD in geological sciences at the University of Texas at Austin. My current research involves studying the north polar region of Mars. I use orbital radar sounders, high-resolution imagery and General Circulation Models (GCMs).

Amateur Radio

These are the adventures of N5STT. Here you’ll find some of my recent experiments with ham radio.

About me
I’m a geologist from Bologna, Italy. I landed in Austin TX in 2012 as an exchange student during my Master’s, and I’ve been studying geology at the University of Texas since then. In the past...
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Latest science posts

Ames Stereo Pipeline: Making DTMs with CTX stereo pairs
A few weeks ago, I received good news about my application to three large image posters at LPSC. Unlike traditional posters, these are 88'x44' spaces...
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The polar caps of Mars: A history of observations and discoveries
A while ago I made a presentation on the historical exploration of Mars' polar caps. I made it for a brown bag seminar, so nothing...
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Hey it’s me! A UTIG student profile talks about my work
Jessica Hall at the UT Institute for Geophysics (UTIG) interviewed me about my research, a recent award and future plans. You can find a summary...
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Latest personal interests posts

A little surprise on 15 meters: the bands are open!
Last weekend I was chatting with Michael W5MSC on 15 meters, just for fun. I was operating at home while he used the radios at N5XU, just a few kilometers …
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A recent experience with interference on 80 meters
Today, the South Carolina QSO Party was one of the main ham radio events. I have worked SC on phone once, but never received confirmation....
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Learning CW
One of the most fascinating aspects of ham radio is working DX. I'm excited at the idea of being able to contact anyone on the...
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