As part of my outreach to potential new students, and to the larger astronomical world, I have an online research talk! This will help give an overview of the work I have been doing in solar system studies, spectroscopy of the local interstellar medium, quasar absorption line astrophysics, and my newest projects with the Caltech Zwicky Transient Facility. Enjoy!
If you are interested in doing research with me – either as an undergraduate at Yale-NUS College or Pomona College, or as a graduate student at NUS, please send an email to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to give you more information on opportunities to work on some of these projects!
Part 1: Introduction intro.small
Part 2: The Pomona College Observatories – Brackett Observatory, the 1-meter telescope and KAPAO. pomona.observing.system
Part 3: Solar System Research – Jupiter Observations, Robotic Telescope in New Mexico and other possibilities. solar.system.small
Part 4: Yale and Yale-NUS resources in Chile – the SMARTS telescopes and 1.5-meter CHIRON spectrograph. ctio.resources
Part 5: Local ISM mapping project using CTIO 1.5-meter telescope. local.ism.mapping
Part 6: Quasar Absorption Line studies of the IGM – overview and introduction. quasar.absorption.intro
Part 7: Quasar Absorption Line studies of Damped Lyman Alpha systems – the lowest metallicity systems and signatures of the first stars. quasar.absorption.line.lowZstudy.part1
Part 8: Quasar Absorption Line studies of Damped Lyman Alpha systems – further studies of metallicity of the intergalactic medium. quasar.absorption.lines.study.lowZ.part2
Part 9: Quasar Absorption Line studies of Deuterium – the D/H ratio from our DLA sample. deuterium.talk.small
Part 10: The Zwicky Transient Facility and opportunities for undergraduate research. ZTFtalk.small