A. Meredith Hughes
Associate Professor, Astronomy, Wesleyan University
A. Meredith Hughes
Professor Meredith Hughes studies planet formation by observing the disks of gas and dust around young stars using radio interferometers Her research investigates the structure and evolution of circumstellar disks across the evolutionary sequence: the primordial protoplanetary disks around...
Postdoc, KIPAC, Stanford University
I am a Porat Postdoctoral Fellow at the Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology (KIPAC) at Stanford University I study the activity of accreting supermassive black holes, across a wide range of wavelengths Currently, I spend most of my day searching for pairs of accreting...
Assistant Professor, Physics, University of California, Santa Cruz
Dr Yan’s research focuses on atomic-/nano-scale structural and property tailoring, and in-situ/operando study of functional materials via combined synthesis and advanced microscopy approaches She is especially interested in precise structural design of atomically thin two-dimensional materials by...
Professor, Physics, University of California, San Diego
Research interests: large-scale structure of the Universe; galaxy and supermassive black hole formation, evolution, and clustering; AGN host galaxy properties; galactic winds and feedback; AGN-driven outflows; spectroscopic galaxy redshift surveys
Research Scientist, Astronomy,
Allyson Bieryla is the Manager of the Science Center Astronomy Lab and Telescopes at Harvard University and an Astronomer at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian She is an observational astronomer who works with both photometry and spectroscopy Her primarily research interest is...
Research Faculty, High Energy Astrophysics, Penn State University
I work towards classifying unassociated sources in the gamma-rays by using the methods of machine learning as well as exploiting data at different wavelength regimes for these sources I focus on finding blazars and pulsars, since these are the two main gamma-ray emitting sources in the largest...
Professor, Galactic Center Group, University of California, Los Angeles
Andrea M Ghez, distinguished professor of Physics & Astronomy and head of UCLA's Galactic Center Group, is a world-leading expert in observational astrophysics She earned her BS in Physics from MIT in 1987 and her PhD from Caltech in 1992, and has been on the faculty at UCLA since 1994 She has...
Research Scientist, McDonald Observatory
I have been studying the chemistry of comets and what that tells us about conditions in the early solar nebula since 1979 I started with low resolution optical spectroscopy to create a taxonomy of comets I currently use high resolution optical spectroscopy to study details of the formation of the...
Assistant Professor, Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences, University of Colorado Boulder
My research focuses on the gravitational behavior of individually small, but collectively massive, groups of bodies It spans both astrophysical and planetary sciences and includes the dynamics of stars and gas around supermassive black holes, the collective gravity of minor planets in the...
Postdoc, Galactic Center Group, University of California, Los Angeles
Anna Ciurlo is a post-doc at UCLA in the Galactic Center Group and a Keck Visiting Scholar She earned her physics degree in Genoa, Italy and her PhD in astrophysics at the Observatory of Paris, France She is interested in the complex environment of the center of our Galaxy, especially in its...
Graduate Student, Physics, University of California, Berkeley
Anna Coerver is a PhD student at the University of California, Berkeley She has a strong interest in instrumentation and hardware development for cosmology and quantum electronics She has previously worked in high energy astrophysics, and has a continued interest in astrophysical sources of...
Postdoc, University of California, Berkeley
I study the extreme deaths of massive stars, with a focus on relativistic explosions and eruptive mass-loss To find these explosions I use wide-field time-domain surveys and massively multiplexed spectrographs To characterize them I use telescopes observing across the electromagnetic spectrum,...
Postdoc, Center for Cosmology and AstroParticle Physics, Ohio State University
Anna Porredon is a CCAPP postdoctoral fellow at the Ohio State University Her research focuses on the combination of multiple tracers of the large-scale structure of the universe in order to understand the nature of dark energy and dark matter She has led an essential part of the analysis of the...
Postdoc, Institute for Theory & Computation, Harvard University
I am a ITC Post-doctoral Fellow at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian I received my Bachelor's degree in Physics and Astronomy from UC Berkeley and my PhD in Astrophysics from UC Santa Cruz My research interests are in theoretical and computational astrophysics with an emphasis...
Postdoc, Astronomy, UT Austin
I study the formation of the first stars, galaxies and black holes with simulations wwwminihaloscom
Assistant Professor, The University of Texas at Austin
Dr Anna Tenerani graduated in Physics at the University of Pisa (Italy), before continuing on for her graduate studies at the Sorbonne University After grad school, Dr Tenerani first held a postdoctoral scholar position in Space Plasmas at the Caltech/Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and next was...
Postdoc, Cosmic Physics Center, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Antonella Palmese, originally from Italy, got her undergraduate degree and Masters from La Sapienza University of Rome, in Italy She then moved to London for her PhD at University College London Her work was focused on the Dark Energy Survey (DES), at the interface between the large scale structure...
Professor, Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Michigan State University
Artemis Spyrou is a Professor of Physics at Michigan State University (MSU) She obtained her PhD in 2007 from the National Technical University of Athens in Greece and has been at MSU ever since She served as the Associate Director of Education and Outreach at the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams...
Postdoc, Department of Astronomy, California Institute of Technology
I work on aiding ground-based exoplanet characterization surveys through new instrumentation and a better understanding of the impact of Earth's atmosphere, or tellurics, on high-precision radial velocity measurements The former includes developing higher throughput instruments for performing...
Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Duke University
I'm an experimental particle physicist currently working with the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider In my research I concentrate on better understanding what takes place in hadron collider events with complicated final state topologies
Beatriz Tapia Oregui
Graduate Student, Physics Department, The University of Texas at Austin
Beatriz Tapia Oregui
My current work as a physics graduate student consists of building an experiment that will allow for a better understanding of Particle Physics Through simulations, a variety of experimental setups and theoretical calculations I am able to tackle the challenges that come along the way The...
Postdoc, Astronomy, The University of Texas at Austin
I am a gender-nonconforming postdoctoral fellow in J Craig Wheeler's research group in the Department of Astronomy, UT Austin I recently graduated with a PhD from the Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation, University of Portsmouth, UK My interests include supernova (SN) observations, especially...
Professor, Wright Laboratory, Physics Department, Yale University
Bonnie T Fleming, a Professor of Physics at Yale University, studies neutrinos to both understand their nature and learn what they can tell us about the universe Fleming got her BA from Barnard College, her PhD from Columbia University and held a Lederman Fellowship at DOE’s Fermilab At Yale...
Professor, Department of Physics, Drexel University
After completing her PhD research on ferroelectric liquid crystals at Jozef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana (Slovenia), I joined the Physics Department at Boston University where I applied statistical physics and simulation techniques to Alzheimer's disease research I adapted the discrete molecular...