In her role as scientific programmer, Reyna is responsible for generation of data products and visuals for instruments within the network. In addition, she is involved with Oceans 2.0 development and interoperability with other ocean data providers.
She received her Bachelor of Mathematics in the Applied Mathematics Co-operative Program from the University of Waterloo, and her Master of Science in Ocean Physics under Dr. Eric Kunze at the University of Victoria. Her research area was the transfer of momentum between internal tides and subinertial flow at a dissipating surface reflection. As a graduate student, she had the opportunity to collect oceanographic data on research cruises in coastal BC (Saanich Inlet, Georgia Strait) and the East Pacific Ocean (PLine, Monterey Bay). This fascination with water originates from childhood summers at Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba. Prior work experience spans companies specializing in oceanographic monitoring systems, aerospace engineering, and information technology.
NEPTUNE Canada staff are listed below. For more contacts, see our full listing of staff within VENUS, Ocean Networks Canada, and the Ocean Networks Canada Centre for Enterprise and Engagement.
Kate Moran, director
Kim Juniper, associate director
Fern Johnson, associate director
Ian Kulin, associate director (interim)
The following external consultants have worked closely with NEPTUNE Canada in the past.
Benoît Pirenne, associate director
Li Yan, Visiting Scientist, China National Ocean Technology Centre
Eric Guillemot, Manager, Software Team
Bob Crosby, Team Lead
Martin Hofmann, systems manager