Demonstrated that the general public can contribute to science as "clickworkers", or "distributed human computing". Every crater in the Mars Digitial Image Map was marked by 50 people in a matter of months, and the average results are roughly comparable to what a scientist would produce in a much longer time.
Working with the HiRES team for a planned clickworkers extension.
Worked in the tactical uplink process. As part of the MAPGEN team, developed the Constraint Editor, certain report generators, and software to test the MAPGEN Planner.
Worked with the science team. Wrote a real-time image tracker that would have pieced together images into a panorama as fast as they came down.
Delivered Ames-developed super-resolution image processing to the science team, to create extra-sharp images from multiple images from the lander camera.