I am passionate about using computer science to build scientific tools to solve problems in astronomy, atmospheric and oceanic science. I currently work as a Scientific Python Developer on the GeoCAT team at NCAR/UCAR

I completed my Bachelor degrees magna cum laude in Computer Science and in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology from the University of Colorado Boulder. During this time, I worked at the CU Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP Space Science) in the Data Systems department as an Undergraduate Research Assistant to advance and refactor the Python automation pipeline and code for scientific data returned from Mars orbiter MAVEN

For more information and details about work I’ve been a part of are available in the Research section.

I am excited about learning and teaching science history and I am the researcher, writer, and artist for the science and history blog History Survival Guide. A STEM blog that discusses topics in science history to help a stranded time traveler to survive in different time periods. For more information about personal projects I am working on are available in Outreach and Projects section.



If you have any questions, feel free to email me at cyschneck@gmail.com