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Claire Komori

, San Francisco State University

Research Focus
About Claire

I am a first-generation college graduate, graduating from the University of Washington in 2020 having double majored in Physics and Astronomy. I am currently a 2nd-year master’s student at San Francisco State University. For research, I am working with Dr. John Brewer and the Flatiron Institute, studying the effects of starspots on stellar spectra. Previously I worked with Dr. Eric Agol, designing a differentiable N-body software that simulates transit times and radial velocities of exoplanet systems. Outside of research, I have been active in teaching and outreach projects, while also working as a student assistant for the Astronomers for Planet Earth where I preside over the North America regional meetings and translate resources to increase language accessibility in climate communication.


2023 - 15th Annual Leadership Recognition & Scholarship Award

2023 - Women in Science and Engineering Scholarship

2022 - Kazuko Walson Scholarship

2022 - The 7th Annual Scholarship Recipients for Megumi International Foundation


Astrophysics, San Francisco State University, 05/2024


University of Washington, 06/2020

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