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PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY
UNIVERSITY OF DENVER

 

 
People
My research group currently consists of two Ph.D. students and six undergraduate research assistants. I also have several distinguished alumni.
 
  Manisha Shrestha, Ph.D. x2018
Polarized Bow Shocks Reveal Features of the Winds and Environments of Massive Stars
 
  Andrew Fullard, Ph.D. x2019
Circumstellar Material in V367 Cygni and Other Massive Binary Stars
 
  Austin Lin, B.S. x2018
Studying the Polarization of Astrophysical Bow Shocks
 
  Hannah Slay, B.A. x2018
Snakes in Space: An Investigation into Late Ib Supernova Geometry Using Python Data Analysis
 
  Sophia DeKlotz, B.S. Molecular Biology x2019
Twinkle Twinkle Little Supernova, How I Wonder About Your Early Geometry and Hydrogen Clumps
 
  Martin Luepker, B.S. x2019
 
  Zyed Ansary, B.S. x2020
 
  Daniel Azancot Luchtan, B.S. x2021
 
  Kevin Cooper, B.S. x2021
 
 
Alumni
  Kathleen M. Geise, B.S. 2008
Stellar Atmospheres: A Computational Approach
Kathy obtained her master's and Ph.D. degrees at the University of Denver and is now a professor at the Community College of Aurora.
 
  Leah Huk, Ph.D. 2017
Time-Lapse Spectropolarimetry: A New Tool for Constraining Progenitors of Core-Collapse Supernovae
Leah is seeking postdoctoral positions in astronomy.
 
  Jamie Lomax, Ph.D. 2013
The X-Ray and Spectropolarimetric View of Massive Binary Stars
Jamie is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Washington.
 
  Michael Malatesta, B.S. 2012
Spectropolarimetry of V356 Sgr: Constraining the Distribution of the Circumstellar Material
Mike obtained his master's degree in astronomy at the University of Oklahoma and is now a Data Science Fellow at Galvanize in San Francisco.
 
  Charee Peters, B.S. 2011
Celestial Explosions: Evidence for a Circumstellar Disk around the Type IIn SN 1997eg
Charee obtained her master's degree at Fisk University and is currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.