CONTACT Joint ALMA ObservatoryEMAIL (click here)
Alonso de Córdova 3107TEL: +56 2-2467-6391
Vitacura, Santiago
EXPERTISE Star Formation — Polarization — Radio Instrumentation — Millimeter-wave Interferometry
EDUCATIONUniversity of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
Ph.D., AstrophysicsDec 2014
Title: “From Cores to Envelopes to Disks: A Multi-scale View of Magnetized Star Formation”
Adviser: Richard L. Plambeck
M.A., AstrophysicsMay 2010
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
B.S., Physics (Highest Distinction); Spanish minor May 2006
DISTINCTIONSNikon Astronomy Achievement Award2022
NAOJ Young Researchers Award2020
Beatrice M. Tinsley Scholar, UT Austin2019
NAOJ Director General Prize2018
NAOJ Fellowship2017–2022
Jansky Fellowship2014–2017
Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship2013–2014
Mary Elizabeth Uhl thesis prize, UC Berkeley2014
Robert A. Trumpler Graduate Student Excellence Award, UC Berkeley 2013
American Astronomical Society Rodger Doxsey Travel Prize 2013
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship 2010–2013
Chancellor’s Science Fellowship, UC Berkeley2008–2010
Kenan-Lewis Teaching Internship, Woodberry Forest School2007
Jefferson Scholarship, University of Virginia2002–2006
Phi Beta Kappa2005
LANGUAGESEnglish — native
Spanish — fluent
Japanese — basic
MEMBERSHIPSAmerican Astronomical Society (AAS)
International Astronomical Union (IAU)
Union Radioscientifique International (both USNC and URSI)
Sociedad Chilena de Astronomía (SOCHIAS)
Astronomical Society of Japan (ASJ)
APPOINTMENTSProject Assistant Professor, NAOJ (Santiago, Chile)2017–2022
NAOJ Fellow, NAOJ ALMA Project (Santiago, Chile)2017–2022
Research Associate, Harvard/CfA (Cambridge, MA)2017–
Jansky Fellow, NRAO & Harvard/CfA (Cambridge, MA)2014–2017
Graduate student researcher, UC Berkeley (Berkeley, CA)2008–2014
Independent physics tutor (Berkeley, CA)2009–2013
Physics lecturer, iFly SF Bay (Union City, CA) Summer 2011
Co-instructor, Radio 101 graduate seminar (Berkeley, CA) Fall 2010
Graduate student instructor, UC Berkeley (Berkeley, CA) Fall 2008, Fall 2009
Faculty member, Woodberry Forest School (Woodberry Forest, VA) Fall 2006, Spring 2008
Faculty member, Yinhatil Nab’en School (San Mateo Ixtatán, Guatemala) 2007
Calculus tutor, University of Virginia Athletics Dept. (Charlottesville, VA) 2003–2006
NSF REU research intern, University of Rochester (Rochester, NY) Summer 2005
Scientific Research grant (B), 2022–2024 ($120,000, PI: C. Hull) Apr 2022
Early-Career Scientists grant 20K14527, 2020–2021 ($30,000, PI: C. Hull) Apr 2020
Early-Career Scientists grant 18K13586, 2018–2019 ($30,000, PI: C. Hull) Apr 2018
ALMA Development Program
Cycle 5 ALMA Development Study ($200,000, PI: S. Bhatnagar, co-I: C. Hull) Aug 2017
NSF Mid-Scale Innovations Program (MSIP)
MSIP award 1636621 ($6,131,567, PI: G. Wilson, co-I: C. Hull) Sep 2016
NRAO student observing support
Associated with ALMA project 2013.1.00726.S ($27,280, PI: C. Hull) May 2015
ALPPS: ALMA Perseus Polarization Survey (23 hr, A-ranked)2021
Polarization in the Beta Pic debris disk (8 hr, A-ranked)2019
Scattering in IM Lup at Bands 4 & 6 (16 hr, B-ranked)2019
Perseus magnetic fields survey (22 hr, C-ranked)2019
Scattering in IM Lup at Bands 3 & 6 (9 hr, B-ranked)2018
Perseus magnetic fields survey (18 hr, B-ranked)2018
Magnetic fields in BHR 71 (3 hr, A-ranked)2017
Magnetic fields in Class 0 protostellar envelopes (7 hr, A-ranked)2016
Scattering in IM Lup at Band 7 (4 hr, B-ranked)2016
Magnetic fields in Class 0 protostellar envelopes (6 hr, B-ranked)2015
Magnetic fields in Class 0 protostellar envelopes (7 hr, B-ranked)2014
Magnetic fields in Class II protoplanetary disks (7 hr, C-ranked)2014
As co-I, A: 85 hr, 10 proj.; B: 148 hr, 14 proj.; C: 98 hr, 13 proj. 2014–
POL2 observations of magnetic fields in L1157 (4 hr, Band 2)May 2021
Magnetic fields in the BHR 71 binary system (11 hr)Nov 2018
DDT: Exploring new, faint structure around NGC 1275 and NGC 1272 (6 hr)Apr 2017
DDT: Synchrotron in H-alpha filaments around 3C84 (6 hr)May 2015
As co-I, 47 hr, 3 proj. 2013–
Cepheus Polarization Pilot Survey (38 hr)May 2021
Cepheus Polarization Survey: follow-up with SWARM (65 hr)Apr 2017
Cepheus Polarization Survey: a Pilot Study (38 hr)May 2016
Measuring the polarization position angle of 3C286 at 345 GHz (4 hr)Feb 2016
Cepheus Polarization Survey: a Pilot Study (38 hr)May 2015
Envelope rotation in Class 0 protostellar envelopes (12 hr)Oct 2014
As co-I, 16 hr, 4 proj. 2016–
Magnetic fields in star-forming filaments (24 hr)Mar 2013
TADPOL survey, polarization key project (280 hr)Feb 2012
PUBLICATIONSh-index: 24; total citations ≈ 2,000
Invited review(64) Hull, C. L. H. & Zhang, Q., “Interferometric Observations of Magnetic Fields in Forming Stars,” 2019, Frontiers in Astronomy & Space Sciences, 6, 3
Underlined names indicated students supervised by C. L. H. Hull
(63) Ching, T.-C. and the JCMT BISTRO Survey Team (Hull, C. L. H., 71 of 157), “The JCMT BISTRO-2 Survey: Magnetic Fields of the Massive DR21 Filament,” 2022, ApJ, submitted
(62) Gupta, A. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 6 of 15), “Effects of magnetic field orientation in dense cores on gas kinematics in protostellar envelopes,” 2022, ApJ, submitted
(61) Hull, C. L. H., et al., “Polarization from aligned dust grains in the β Pic debris disk,” 2022, ApJ, accepted
(60) Fanciullo, L. and the JCMT BISTRO Survey Team (Hull, C. L. H., 11 of 32), “The JCMT BISTRO Survey: Multi-wavelength polarimetry of bright regions in NGC 2071 in the far-infrared/submillimetre range, with POL-2 and HAWC+,” 2022, MNRAS, 512, 1985
(59) Kwon, W. and the JCMT BISTRO Survey Team (Hull, C. L. H., 4 of 152), “B-fields in Star-forming Region Observations (BISTRO): magnetic fields in the filamentary structures of Serpens Main,” 2022, ApJ, 926, 163
(58) Hutschenreuter, S. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 17 of 37), “The Galactic Faraday rotation sky 2020,” 2022, A&A, 657, 43
(57) Doi, Y. and the JCMT BISTRO Survey Team (Hull, C. L. H., 10 of 36), “The JCMT BISTRO Survey: Evidence for Pinched Magnetic Fields in Quiescent Filaments of NGC 1333,” 2021, ApJL, 923, 9, erratum
(56) Cortés, P. C. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 5 of 16), “Magnetic Fields in Massive Star-Forming Regions (MagMaR) II. Tomography Through Dust and Molecular Line Polarization in NGC 6334I(N),” 2021, ApJ, 923, 204
(55) Teague, R., Hull, C. L. H., et al., “Discovery of molecular line polarization in the disk of TW Hya,” 2021, ApJ, 922, 139
(54) Tychoniec, Ł. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 8 of 11), “Which molecule traces what: chemical diagnostics of protostellar sources,” 2021, A&A, 655, 65
(53) Lyo, A. and the JCMT BISTRO Survey Team (Hull, C. L. H., 13 of 150), “The JCMT BISTRO Survey: 850/450 μm polarization study of NGC 2071IR in Orion B,” 2021, ApJ, 918, 85
(52) Sanhueza, P. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 5 of 24), “Gravity Driven Magnetic Field at ~1000 au scales in High-mass Star Formation,” 2021, ApJL, 915, 10 [media]
(51) Doi, Y. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 9 of 16), “Two-component Magnetic Field along the Line of Sight to the Perseus Molecular Cloud: Contribution of the Foreground Taurus Molecular Cloud,” 2021, ApJ, 914, 122
(50) Hwang, J. and the JCMT BISTRO Survey Team (Hull, C. L. H., 7 of 37), “The JCMT BISTRO Survey: The Distribution of Magnetic Field Strengths towards the OMC-1 Region,” 2021, ApJ, 913, 85
(49) Könyves, V. and the JCMT BISTRO Survey Team (Hull, C. L. H., 12 of 36), “The JCMT BISTRO-2 Survey: The Magnetic Field in the Center of the Rosette Molecular Cloud,” 2021, ApJ, 913, 57
(48) Fernández-López, M. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 5 of 17), “Magnetic Fields in Massive Star-Forming Regions (Mag- MaR) I. Linear Polarized Imaging of the UCHII Region G5.89–0.39,” 2021, ApJ, 913, 29
(47) Chakali, E. and the JCMT BISTRO Survey Team (Hull, C. L. H., 10 of 145), “The JCMT BISTRO Survey: Revealing the Diverse Magnetic Field Morphologies in Taurus Dense Cores with Sensitive Submillimeter Polarimetry,” 2021, ApJL, 912, 27
(46) Gendron-Marsolais, M.-L., Hull, C. L. H., et al., “VLA resolves unexpected radio structures in the Perseus cluster,” 2021, ApJ, 911, 56 [media]
(45) Arzoumanian, D. and the JCMT BISTRO Survey Team (Hull, C. L. H., 6 of 149), “Dust polarized emission observations of NGC 6334: BISTRO reveals the details of the complex but organized magnetic field structure of the high-mass star forming hub-filament network,” 2021, A&A, 647, 78
(44) Ngoc, N. B. and the JCMT BISTRO Survey Team (Hull, C. L. H., 8 of 159), “Observations of magnetic fields surrounding LkHalpha 101 taken by the BISTRO survey with JCMT-POL-2,” 2021, ApJ, 908, 10
(43) Cortés, P. C., Le Gouellec, V. J. M., Hull, C. L. H., et al., “The Explosion in Orion-KL as Seen by Mosaicking the Magnetic Field with ALMA” 2021, ApJ, 907, 94
(42) Pattle, K. and the JCMT BISTRO Survey Team (Hull, C. L. H., 17 of 29), “JCMT POL-2 and BISTRO Survey observations of magnetic fields in the L1689 molecular cloud,” 2021, ApJ, 907, 88
(41) Yen, H.-W., Koch, P. M., Hull, C. L. H., and the JCMT BISTRO Survey Team, “The JCMT BISTRO survey: alignment between outflows and magnetic fields in dense cores/clumps,” 2021, ApJ, 907, 33
(40) Le Gouellec, V. J. M., Maury, A. J., Guillet, V., Hull, C. L. H., et al., “A statistical analysis of dust polarization properties in ALMA observations of Class 0 protostellar cores,” 2020, A&A, 644, 11
(39) Hull, C. L. H. et al., “Characterizing the accuracy of ALMA linear-polarization mosaics,” 2020, PASP, 132, 1015
(38) Ohashi, S. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 4 of 9), “Solving grain size inconsistency between ALMA polarization and VLA continuum in the Ophiuchus IRS 48 protoplanetary disk,” 2020, ApJ, 900, 810
(37) Doi, Y. and the JCMT BISTRO Survey Team (Hull, C. L. H., 5 of 138), “The JCMT BISTRO Survey: Magnetic fields associated with a network of filaments in NGC 1333,” 2020, ApJ, 899, 28
(36) Arce-Tord, C. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 5 of 10), “Outflow, Cores and Magnetic Field Orientations in W43-MM1 as seen by ALMA,” 2020, A&A, 640, 111
(35) Lin, Z.-Y. D. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 6 of 6), “Validating Scattering-Induced (Sub)millimeter Disk Polarization through the Spectral Index and the Polarization Spectrum: The Case of HD 163296,” 2020, MNRAS, 496, 169
(34) Myers, P. C. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 6 of 6), “Magnetic Field Structure in Spheroidal Star-Forming Clouds. II. Estimating Field Structure from Observed Maps,” 2020, ApJ, 896, 163
(33) Laskar, T., Hull, C. L. H., and Cortés, P. C., “Radio linear polarization of GRB afterglows: instrumental systematics in ALMA observations of GRB 171205A,” 2020, ApJ, 895, 64
(32) Hull, C. L. H. et al., “Understanding the origin of the magnetic field morphology in the wide-binary protostellar system BHR 71,” 2020, ApJ, 892, 152
(31) Tychoniec, Ł., Hull, C. L. H., et al., “Chemical and kinematic structure of extremely high-velocity molecular jets in the Serpens Main star-forming region,” 2019, A&A, 632, 101
(30) Le Gouellec, V. J. M., Hull, C. L. H., et al., “Characterizing magnetic field morphologies in three Serpens protostellar cores with ALMA,” 2019, ApJ, 885, 106
(29) Cortés, P. C., Hull, C. L. H., et al., “The seven most massive clumps in W43-Main as seen by ALMA: dynamical equilibrium and magnetic fields,” 2019, ApJ, 884, 48
(28) Hull, C. L. H. et al., “ALMA observations of polarization from dust scattering in the IM Lup protoplanetary disk,” 2018, ApJ, 860, 82
(27) Stephens, I. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 8 of 13), “ALMA Reveals Transition of Polarization Pattern with Wavelength in HL Tau's Disk,” 2017, ApJ, 851, 55
(26) Hull, C. L. H. et al., “ALMA observations of dust polarization and molecular line emission from the Class 0 protostellar source Serpens SMM1,” 2017, ApJ, 847, 92
(25) Hull, C. L. H. et al., “Unveiling the Role of the Magnetic Field at the Smallest Scales of Star Formation,” 2017, ApJL, 842, 9 [press release]
(24) Lee, J. W. Y., Hull, C. L. H., and Offner, S. R., “Synthetic Observations of Magnetic Fields in Protostellar Cores,” 2017, ApJ, 834, 201
(23) Hull, C. L. H., Girart, J. M., and Zhang, Q., “880 µm SMA polarization observations of the quasar 3C 286,” 2016, ApJ, 830, 124
(22) Cortés, P. C., Girart, J. M., Hull, C. L. H., et al., “Interferometric mapping of magnetic fields: The ALMA view of the massive star forming clump W43-MM1,” 2016, ApJL, 825, 15
(21) Nagai, H. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 4 of 9), “ALMA Science Verification Data: Millimeter Continuum Polarimetry of the Bright Radio Quasar 3C 286,” 2016, ApJ, 824, 132
(20) Hull, C. L. H. et al., “An extremely high velocity molecular jet surrounded by an ionized cavity in the protostellar source Serpens SMM1,” 2016, ApJL, 823, 27
(19) Houde, M., Hull, C. L. H., et al., “Dispersion of Magnetic Fields in Molecular Clouds. IV — Analysis of Interferometry Data,” 2016, ApJ, 820, 38
(18) Hull, C. L. H. and Plambeck, R. L., “The 1.3mm Full-Stokes Polarization System at CARMA,” 2015, JAI, 4, 1550005
(17) Sabin, L., Hull, C. L. H., et al., “Millimeter polarisation of the protoplanetary nebulae CRL 618 and OH 231.8+4.2: A follow-up study with CARMA,” 2015, MNRAS, 449, 2368
(16) Tobin, J. J. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 14 of 14), “The VLA Nascent Disk and Multiplicity (VANDAM) Survey of Perseus Protostars. Resolving the Sub-arcsecond Binary System in NGC 1333 IRAS2A,” 2015, ApJ, 798, 61
(15) Davidson, J. A., Li, Z.-Y., Hull, C. L. H., et al., “Testing Magnetic Field Models for the Class 0 Protostar L1527,” 2014, ApJ, 797, 74
(14) Wright, M. C. H., Hull, C. L. H., et al., “NGC 7538 IRS 1: Interaction of a polarized dust spiral and a molecular outflow,” 2014, ApJ, 796, 112
(13) Hull, C. L. H. et al., “TADPOL: A 1.3 mm Survey of Dust Polarization in Star-forming Cores and Regions,” 2014, ApJS, 213, 13
(12) Stephens, I. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 4 of 12), “The Magnetic Field Morphology of the Class 0 Protostar L1157-mm,” 2013, ApJL, 769, 15
(11) Hull, C. L. H. et al., “Misalignment of Magnetic Fields and Outflows in Protostellar Cores,” 2013, ApJ, 768, 159
(10) Krumholz, M. R., Crutcher, R. M., and Hull, C. L. H., “Protostellar Disk Formation Enabled by Weak, Misaligned Magnetic Fields,” 2013, ApJL, 767, 11
(9) Hughes, A. M., Hull, C. L. H., et al., “Interferometric Upper Limits on Millimeter Polarization of the Disks around DG Tau, GM Aur, and MWC 480,” 2013, AJ, 145, 115
(8) Zauderer, B. A. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 27 of 27), “Birth of a relativistic outflow in the unusual gamma-ray transient Swift J164449.3+573451,” 2011, Nature, 476, 425
(7) Law, C. J. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 11 of 16), “Spectropolarimetry with the Allen Telescope Array: Faraday rotation toward bright polarized radio galaxies,” 2011, ApJ, 728, 57
(6) Hull, C. L. H., Bower, G. C., et al., “Primary Beam Shape Calibration from Mosaicked, Interferometric Observations,” 2010, PASP, 122, 1510
(5) Bower, G. C. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 28 of 53), “The Allen Telescope Array Pi GHz Sky Survey I. Survey Description and Static Catalog Results for the Boötes Field,” 2010, ApJ, 725, 1792
(4) Croft, S. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 25 of 51), “The Allen Telescope Array Twenty-centimeter Survey – A 690-Square-Degree, 12-Epoch Radio Dataset – I: Catalog and Long-Duration Transient Statistics,” 2010, ApJ, 719, 45
(3) Zasowski, G. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 6 of 7), “Spitzer Infrared Spectrograph Observations of Class I/II Objects in Taurus: Composition and Thermal History of the Circumstellar Ices,” 2009, ApJ, 694, 459
(2) Watson, D. M., Bohac, C. J., Hull, C., et al., “The development of a protoplanetary disk from its natal envelope,” 2007, Nature, 448, 1026
(1) Dubus, G., Taam, R. Hull, C., Watson, D. M., et al., “Spitzer Space Telescope Observations of the Magnetic Cataclysmic Variable AE Aquarii,” 2007, ApJ, 663, 516
UnrefereedKameno, S. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 13 of 29), “J0854+2006 (OJ 287): mm/sub-mm flare with polarization angle change,” 2021, The Astronomer's Telegram, No. 14952
Kameno, S. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 13 of 29), “J0423-0120 (PKS 0420-014): The third stage of mm/sub-mm flare,” 2021, The Astronomer's Telegram, No. 14847
Kameno, S. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 13 of 32), “3C 279: ALMA detection of polarization flare with an EVPA jump,” 2021, The Astronomer's Telegram, No. 14385
Hull, C. L. H., “High-dynamic-range 21 cm JVLA observations of the Perseus Cluster,” 2020, IAUS 342 proceedings
Cooray, A. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 22 of 38), “A NASA-led US Contribution to the ESA/JAXA SPICA Mission: Unveiling the Dust Obscured Universe,” 2019, Astro2020: Decadal Survey on Astronomy and Astrophysics, APC White Paper
Fissel, L., Hull, C. L. H., et al., “Studying magnetic fields in star formation and the turbulent interstellar medium,” 2019, Astro2020: Decadal Survey on Astronomy and Astrophysics, Science White Paper
Stephens, I. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 6 of 27), “Polarization in disks,” 2019, Astro2020: Decadal Survey on Astronomy and Astrophysics, Science White Paper
Hull, C. L. H. et al., “Magnetic fields in forming stars with the ngVLA,” 2018, Science with a Next Generation Very Large Array, ASP Conference Series, 517, 357
Kameno, S. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 16 of 29), “3C 279: ALMA detection of radio flare in total and polarized flux densities,” 2018, The Astronomer's Telegram, No. 11572
Tychoniec, Ł., Hull, C. L. H., et al., “Chemical and kinematic complexity of the very young star-forming region Serpens Main observed with ALMA,” 2017, IAUS 332 proceedings
Hull, C. L. H., “How to Give a Great Talk,” 2017, URSI Radio Science Bulletin, No. 361, June 2017, pp. 75-79 [IEEE Xplore] [arXiv]
Isella, A., Hull, C. L. H., et al., “Next Generation Very Large Array Memo No. 6, Science Working Group 1: The Cradle of Life,” 2015, ngVLA Memo Series, 6
Carilli, C. L. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 14 of 20), “Next Generation Very Large Array Memo No. 5: Science Working Groups — Project Overview,” 2015, ngVLA Memo Series, 5
Hull, C. L. H. and Plambeck, R. L., “The 1.3mm Full-Stokes Polarization System at CARMA,” 2015, CARMA Memo Series, 64
Hull, C. L. H., “From Cores to Envelopes to Disks: A Multi-scale View of Magnetized Star Formation,” 2014, Ph.D. Thesis, University of California, Berkeley [PDF] [ADS] [ProQuest]
Hull, C. L. H., and Plambeck, R. L., “Probing magnetic-field morphology in protostellar envelopes with the CARMA 1.3 mm dual-polarization receiver system,” 2014, in General Assembly and Scientific Symposium, 2011 XXXIth URSI, 1–4
Bauermeister, A. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 3 of 5), “Monitoring of Secondary Calibrator Fluxes at CARMA,” 2012, CARMA Memo Series, 59
Hull, C. L. H., Plambeck, R., and Engargiola, G., “1 mm Dual-polarization Science with CARMA,” 2011, in General Assembly and Scientific Symposium, 2011 XXXth URSI, 1–4
Zauderer, B. A. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 7 of 7), “GRB 110328A / Swift J164449.3+573451: CARMA mm detection,” 2011, GRB Coordinates Network, Circular 11841
Williams, P. K. G. et al. (Hull, C. L. H., 16 of 31), “Training the Next Generation of Astronomers,” 2009, astro2010: The Astronomy and Astrophysics Decadal Survey, Position Paper 65
Invited talksEPoS 2022, Ringberg Castle, Germany (review talk) Postponed
NRAO, virtual [KEY] 15 Sep 2021
Irish National Astronomy Meeting, virtual [KEY] 3 Sep 2021
Rice University, Houston, TX [KEY] [video] 3 Feb 2021
American Astronomical Society 236th meeting, virtual [KEY] 2 Jun 2020
Instituto de Astronomía (IA), UNAM, Mexico [KEY] 22 May 2020
Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman [KEY] 13 May 2020
Allegro ARC Node, Leiden Obs., Leiden, Netherlands [KEY] 6 May 2020
ALMA 2019, Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy [KEY] 15 Oct 2019
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago, Chile [KEY] 1 Oct 2019
UT Austin, Beatrice M. Tinsley Scholar, Austin, TX (colloquium) [KEY], (seminar) [KEY]10, 11 Sep 2019
Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile [KEY] 20 Jun 2019
Universidad de Valparaíso, Valparaíso, Chile [KEY] 22 Nov 2018
"Cosmic Dust & Magnetism" meeting, KASI, Daejeon, South Korea [KEY] 31 Oct 2018
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI [KEY] 26 Apr 2018
Universidad de Concepción, Concepción, Chile [KEY] 6 Apr 2018
Symposium in honor of Pierre Cox, Vitacura, Santiago, Chile [KEY] 27 Mar 2018
"Magnetic fields or turbulence" mtg., Hsinchu, Taiwan [KEY] 6 Feb 2018
Joint ALMA Observatory, Vitacura, Santiago, Chile [KEY]7 Dec 2017
NAOJ, Mitaka, Japan [KEY] 22 Sep 2017
NRAO (CV), Charlottesville, VA [KEY] 1 Feb 2017
MPIfR, Bonn, Germany [KEY] 14 Nov 2016
University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK [KEY] 27 Oct 2016
Brown University, Providence, RI (talk) [KEY] 20 Oct 2016
Fellows at the Frontiers, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL [KEY] 1 Sep 2016
University of Western Ontario, London, ON, Canada [PPTX] 16 May 2016
Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL [PPTX] 23 Feb 2016
15 Años de Ciencia con Gemini en Argentina, La Plata, Argentina [PPTX] 2 Jun 2015
Instituto Argentino de Radioastronomía, La Plata, Argentina [PPTX] 1 Jun 2015
Joint ALMA Observatory, Vitacura, Santiago, Chile [PPTX]20 May 2015
Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics, Victoria, BC, Canada [PPTX] 28 Apr 2015
DRAO, Penticton, BC, Canada [PPTX] 27 Apr 2015
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN [PPTX] 24 Apr 2015
NRAO (NM), Socorro, NM [PPTX] 13 Feb 2015
NAOC, Beijing, China [PPTX] 13 Aug 2014
ASTROPOL 2014, Grenoble, France [PPTX] 27 May 2014
Space Sciences Laboratory, Berkeley, CA [PPTX] 14 Feb 2014
University of Rochester, Rochester, NY [PPTX] 26 Nov 2013
Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY [PPTX] 22 Nov 2013
NRAO/University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA [PPTX] 25 Sep 2013
Instituto de Astronomía (IA), UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico [PPTX] 11 Sep 2013
Centro de Radioastronomía y Astrofísica (CRyA), UNAM, Morelia, Mexico [PPTX] 5 Sep 2013
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL [PPTX]10 Jul 2013
SETI Institute, Mountain View, CA [PPTX] [video] 26 Feb 2013
SOFIA Science Center, NASA Ames, Mountain View, CA [PPTX]23 May 2012
+11 invitations in 6 countries, declined due to scheduling conflicts
Summer schoolsNAASC Interferometry School, Green Bank, WV (talk) [PPTX] 14 July 2015
Talks & postersNAOJ ALMA-J seminar, Mitaka, Japan (talk) [KEY] 28 Jul 2021
SOFIA B-fields and filaments meeting, virtual (talk) [KEY] [video] 22 Jun 2021
American Astronomical Society 237th meeting, virtual (talk) [KEY] 13 Jan 2021
The Magnetic Field Awakens meeting, virtual (talk) [KEY] 3 Dec 2020
NAOJ ALMA-J seminar, Mitaka, Japan (talk) [KEY] 14 Jan 2020
American Astronomical Society 235th meeting, Honolulu, HI (poster) [PDF] 6 Jan 2020
IEEC-CSIC, Barcelona, Catalonia (talk) [KEY]8 Nov 2019
STARPLAN, Copenhagen, Denmark (talk) [KEY]4 Nov 2019
ESO disk/planet workshop, Santiago, Chile (talk) [KEY] 29 Jan 2019
American Astronomical Society 233rd meeting, Seattle, WA (poster) [PDF] 9 Jan 2019
SOCHIAS annual meeting, La Serena, Chile (poster) [PDF] 10 Oct 2018
IAU XXX General Assembly: Division H day, Vienna, Austria (poster) [PDF] 27 Aug 2018
IAU Symposium 342: Perseus in Sicily, Noto, Sicily, Italy (talk) [KEY] 15 May 2018
American Astronomical Society 231st meeting, National Harbor, MD [iPoster] 10 Jan 2018
Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan (talk) [KEY] 2 Oct 2017
RIKEN, Tokyo, Japan (talk) [KEY] 19 Sep 2017
ASJ annual meeting, Hokkaido, Japan (talk) [KEY] 12 Sep 2017
Harvard/CfA SMA Science Meeting, Cambridge, MA (exit seminar) [KEY] 30 Jun 2017
Harvard/CfA Star Formation Journal Club, Cambridge, MA (talk) [KEY] 26 Apr 2017
Multi-scale Star Formation meeting, Morelia, Mexico (talk) [KEY] 7 Apr 2017
NRAO postdoc symposium, Charlottesville, VA (talk) [KEY] 28 Mar 2017
NRAO (NM) Wednesday lunch talk, Socorro, NM (talk) [KEY]15 Mar 2017
UVa star formation theory lunch, Charlottesville, VA (talk) [KEY] 31 Jan 2017
Regional star formation meeting, New Haven, CT [KEY] 27 Jan 2017
Origins Space Telescope Hyperwall talk at AAS 229, Grapevine, TX (talk) [PPTX] 4 Jan 2017
American Astronomical Society 229th meeting, Grapevine, TX (poster) [PDF] 4 Jan 2017
University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany (talk) [KEY] 11 Nov 2016
Harvard-Heidelberg meeting, MPIA, Heidelberg, Germany (talk) [KEY] 8 Nov 2016
Half a Decade of ALMA, Indian Wells, CA (talk) [KEY] 20 Sep 2016
EPoS 2016, Ringberg Castle, Germany (talk) [PPTX] (poster) [PDF] 30 June 2016
Heiles/Crutcher meeting, Madison, WI (talk) [PPTX] [video] 26 May 2016
Harvard/CfA ITC Luncheon, Cambridge, MA (talk) [PPTX] 28 Apr 2016
NRAO postdoc symposium, Green Bank, WV (talk) [PPTX] 28 Mar 2016
American Astronomical Society 227th meeting, Kissimmee, FL (talk) [PPTX] 8 Jan 2016
Next Generation VLA workshop, Kissimmee, FL (talk) [PPTX] 4 Jan 2016
UMass Amherst lunch talk, Amherst, MA (talk) [PPTX] 2 Dec 2015
Harvard/CfA postdoc symposium, Cambridge, MA (talk) [PPTX] 20 Nov 2015
SMA seminar, Hilo, HI (talk) [PPTX]17 Nov 2015
UC Berkeley RAL seminar, Berkeley, CA (talk) [PPTX]9 Nov 2015
Harvard/CfA SMA Science Meeting, Cambridge, MA (talk) [PPTX] 30 Oct 2015
Magnetic Fields in the Universe V, Cargèse, Corsica, France (talk) [PPTX] 5 Oct 2015
Harvard/CfA IRDC meeting, Cambridge, MA (talk) [PPTX] 15 Apr 2015
Boston University Tuesday Lunch, Boston, MA (talk) [PPTX] 14 Apr 2015
NRAO postdoc symposium, Socorro, NM (talk) [PPTX] 6 Apr 2015
Harvard/CfA ITC pizza lunch, Cambridge, MA (talk) [PPTX] 31 Mar 2015
Harvard/CfA Star Formation Journal Club, Cambridge, MA (talk) [PPTX] 4 Mar 2015
ALMA EOC polarization calibration meeting, Socorro, NM (talk) [PPTX] 2 Feb 2015
UMass Amherst star formation mini-meeting, Amherst, MA (talk) [PPTX] 14 Jan 2015
American Astronomical Society 225th meeting, Seattle, WA (talk) [PPTX] 5 Jan 2015
IAU Symposium 305: Polarimetry, Punta Leona, Costa Rica (talk) [PPTX] 4 Dec 2014
Harvard/CfA postdoc symposium, Cambridge, MA (talk) 14 Nov 2014
NRAO meeting: Filamentary Structure, arlottesville, VA (talk) [PPTX] 10 Oct 2014
URSI General Assembly, Beijing, China (talk) [PPTX] 19 Aug 2014
EPoS 2014, Ringberg Castle, Germany (poster) [PDF], (talk) [PPTX] 4 Jun 2014
Midwest Magnetic Fields Workshop, Madison, WI (talk) [PPTX] 28 April 2014
American Astronomical Society 223rd meeting, National Harbor, MD (talk) [PPTX] 7 Jan 2014
University of Toronto G2000 seminar, Toronto, ON, Canada (talk) [PPTX] 20 Nov 2013
Caltech Astronomy Tea Talk, Pasadena, CA (talk) [PPTX] [video] 11 Nov 2013
NRAO lunch talk, Socorro, N.M. (talk) [PPTX] 6 Nov 2013
University of Arizona seminar, Tucson, AZ (talk) [PPTX] 4 Nov 2013
Princeton Wunch talk, Princeton, NJ (talk) [PPTX] 23 Oct 2013
American Museum of Natural History seminar, New York, NY (talk) [PPTX] 22 Oct 2013
Harvard/CfA RG lunch talk, Cambridge, MA (talk) [PPTX] 18 Oct 2013
Yale Stellar Tea talk, New Haven, CT (talk) [PPTX] 14 Oct 2013
Ford Fellows conference, Washington, DC (talk) [PPTX] 28 Sep 2013
UT Austin Planets/Life/ISM seminar, Austin, TX (talk) [PPTX] 13 Sep 2013
Instituto de Ciencias Nucleares (ICN), UNAM, Mexico City (talk) [PPTX] 10 Sep 2013
CARMA Science Symposium, Chicago, IL (talk) [PPTX], (poster) [PDF]8 Jul 2013
Cornell Galaxy Lunch talk, Ithaca, NY (talk) [PPTX]10 May 2013
UC Berkeley Astronomy Dept. Lunch Talks, Berkeley, CA (talk) [PPTX]25 Apr 2013
UC Berkeley RAL/Planet & Star Formation seminar, Berkeley, CA (talk) [PPTX]24 Apr 2013
ALMA/NAASC mtg.: “From Dust to Rocks to Planets,” Kona, HI (talk) [PPTX]10 Apr 2013
University of Hawaii IfA lunch talk, Honolulu, HI (talk) [PPTX]4 Apr 2013
Magnetic Fields in the Universe IV, Playa del Carmen, Mexico (talk) [PPTX]5 Feb 2013
American Astronomical Society 221st meeting, Long Beach, CA (talk) [PPTX]10 Jan 2013
University of Pittsburgh AstroCoffee, Pittsburgh, PA (talk) [PPTX]12 Nov 2012
NRAO/UVa TUNA lunch talk, Charlottesville, VA (talk) [PPTX] 6 Nov 2012
UC Berkeley Graduate-Student/Postdoc Seminar, Berkeley, CA (talk) [PPTX]2 Nov 2012
Star Formation & the ISM: 35 Years Later, Berkeley, CA (poster) [PDF]10 Sep 2012
NSF CARMA Site Visit, Cedar Flat, CA (talk) [PPTX]27 Aug 2012
Midwest Magnetic Fields Workshop, Madison, WI (talk) [PPTX]4 Apr 2012
ALMA/NAASC mtg.: “Outflows, Winds, & Jets”, Charlottesville, VA (poster) [PDF]4 Mar 2012
NSF Reverse Site Visit for CARMA, Arlington, VA (talk) [PPTX]12 Oct 2011
URSI General Assembly, Istanbul, Turkey (talk) [PPTX]19 Aug 2011
OVRO lunch seminar, Bishop, CA (talk) [PPTX]24 Jun 2011
CARMA Science Symposium, Berkeley, CA (talk) [PPTX]1 Mar 2011
UC Berkeley Graduate-Student/Postdoc Seminar, Berkeley, CA (talk) [PPTX]18 Feb 2011
ALMA Spectroscopy 2011 conference, Victoria, BC, Canada (poster) [PDF]15 Jan 2011
URSI National Radio Science Meeting, Boulder, CO (talk) [PPTX]5 Jan 2011
UC Berkeley Radio Astronomy Laboratory Seminar, Berkeley, CA (talk) [PPTX]8 Nov 2010
American Astronomical Society 215th meeting, Washington, DC (poster) [PDF]4 Jan 2010
UC Berkeley Graduate-Student/Postdoc Seminar, Berkeley, CA (talk) [PPTX]4 Dec 2009
UVa Undergraduate Research Network Symposium, Charlottesville, VA (talk) 4 Nov 2005
UVa Society of Physics Students meeting, Charlottesville, VA (talk)30 Sep 2005
U of Rochester Physics & Astronomy REU Symposium, Rochester, NY (talk)5 Aug 2005
ADVISINGJoint ALMA Observatory, Vitacura, Santiago, Chile
Bo Huang, Ph.D. student2021–
Bo is a Ph.D. student at IEEC-CSIC in Barcelona working with me and co-adviser Josep Miquel Girart on magnetic fields in young protostellar cores.
Valentin Le Gouellec, master's & Ph.D. student2018–2021
Valentin started as an aerospace engineering master's student at ISAE Supaero (France) working with me on using ALMA data to map magnetic fields at ~30 au resolution in low-mass protostellar cores. He then became a Ph.D. student funded by the ESO studentship program, co-advised by me and Anaëlle Maury (CEA Saclay). Published papers: [ADS] and [ADS]. Ph.D. thesis: [HAL]. Award: 2018 prize for the best master's thesis (ISAE Supaero).
Alicia Negre, ISAE Supaero (France), undergraduate2021
Alicia was an intern funded through UMI/FCLA and CEA Saclay who worked with me and co-supervisor Anaëlle Maury on ALMA polarization data.
Aquiles den Braber González, Católica, undergraduate2021
Aquiles was an REU student funded through the REU-Chile Program who is working with me and co-supervisor Paulo Cortés (Scientist at ALMA) on ALMA polarization data.
Daniela Rojas, Universidad Andrés Bello, undergraduateJan – Mar 2020
Daniela was an REU student funded through the REU-Chile Program who worked with me and co-supervisor Paulo Cortés (Scientist at ALMA) on ALMA polarization data.
Jaime Giannelloni, Universidad Andrés Bello, undergraduateJan – Mar 2020
Jaime was an REU student funded through the REU-Chile Program who worked with me and co-supervisor Paulo Cortés (Scientist at ALMA) on ALMA polarization data.
Carlos Orquera, Universidad Católica del Norte, undergraduateJan – Sep 2018
Carlos was an REU student funded through the REU-Chile Program, who worked with me and co-supervisor Paulo Cortés (Scientist at ALMA) on his undergraduate thesis entitled, "Mapping the magnetic field in the remarkable W43 high-mass star-forming region."
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, MA
Joyce Lee, Southampton (UK) master's studentAug 2015 – May 2016
Joyce worked on a project comparing CARMA polarization observations of protostars with synthetic observations of star-formation simulations from Stella Offner (co-adviser, astronomy professor at UT Austin). Thesis title: "Synthetic Observations of Magnetic Fields in Protostellar Cores." Published paper: [ADS]. Award: 2018 STAG Prize (Southampton) for best theoretical astrophysics paper.
TEACHINGUC Berkeley, Astronomy Dept. & Radio Astronomy Laboratory, Berkeley, CA
– AY 250: Radio 101, Introduction to Radio Astronomy (graduate seminar) Fall 2010
Graduate student instructor
– AY C10: Introductory Astronomy for Non-majors (undergraduate)Fall 2009
– AY 7A: Introductory Astronomy for Majors (undergraduate) Fall 2008
iFly SF Bay, Union City, CA
Physics lecturer: taught physics at a skydiving tunnel Summer 2011
Independent physics tutor, Berkeley, CA
Tutored high school and college students in physics2009–2013
Woodberry Forest School, Woodberry Forest, VA
Faculty member: taught AP, general, freshman, & research physics Fall 2006, Spring 2008
Yinhatil Nab’en School, San Mateo Ixtatán, Huehuetenango, Guatemala
Faculty member: taught secondary-level math, physics, and music 2007
University of Virginia Athletics Dept., Charlottesville, VA
Tutor: tutored UVa athletes in Calculus 2003–2006
PROFESSIONAL SERVICETime Allocation Committees
Review panels
Participated in the review processes for an NSF program, an ERC program, an ANR program, the ALMA North American Development Program, 2 SOFIA programs, and the ALMA JAO Visitor Funding committee.
Referee experience
Nature (Nature), Nature Astronomy (Nat. Astron.), Nature Communications (Nat. Commun.,) Astrophysical Journal (ApJ), Astrophysical Journal Letters (ApJL), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (MNRAS), Astronomy & Astrophysics (A&A), Astronomy & Astrophysics Letters (A&AL), Astrophysics & Space Science (Ap&SS), Galaxies (Galaxies), and Protostars & Planets VII (PPVII).
LMT TolTEC collaboration 2016–
I am a collaborator on the TolTEC project to build an imaging polarimeter for the Large Millimeter Telescope in Mexico. TolTEC was funded by an NSF MSIP grant in 2017.
ALMA polarization calibration 2015–
Team member: assisting with further commissioning of the ALMA polarization system, along with other members of the ALMA Extension and Optimization of Capabilities (EOC) team. Member of the Cycle 5 ALMA Development Study, "Full-Mueller Mosaic Imaging with ALMA" (PI: S. Bhatnagar).
Origins Space Telescope (OST) science working group 2016–2019
I am a member of the "Milky Way, ISM, and Nearby Galaxies" science working group, one of five groups responsible for drafting science goals for the future Origins Space Telescope mission. I co-led the science case on galactic magnetic fields and polarization. The final report can be seen here (PDF).
Next Generation VLA (ngVLA) science working groups 2014–2019
I was an internal (NRAO) co-chair and organizer of the “Cradle of Life” working group, which proposed initial science cases for the ngVLA; I was a coauthor of a white paper summarizing the working group's findings. I was also the primary author of a chapter in the compendium Science with a Next Generation Very Large Array.
Conference organization
SOFIA conference, Lake Arrowhead, CA 28 Feb – 4 Mar 2022
Focus Meeting 4 (article) at the IAU XXX GA (SOC co-chair), Vienna, Austria 30–31 Aug 2018
ALMA/ESO Science Day, Vitacura, Santiago, Chile 15 Dec 2017
CARMA Science Symposium (SOC), Chicago, IL 7–9 Jul 2013
CARMA Science Symposium (LOC), Berkeley, CA 28 Feb – 1 Mar 2011
Jefferson Scholars selection committee, Charlottesville, VA2015, 2016
Committee member: interviewed and selected candidates for the Jefferson Fellowship at the University of Virginia.
CfA undergraduate-thesis reader, Cambridge, MA2016
External reader: read and critiqued a Harvard undergraduate astronomy thesis.
Postdoc Council, Cambridge, MA2015–2017
Council member: organize events for the Harvard/CfA postdoc community.
Mentoring program, UC Berkeley Astronomy Dept., Berkeley, CA2010–2013
Mentor master: co-leader of the graduate mentoring program.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT"Elevating Feedback" workshop (6 hr)2022
Point of Contact training for the ALMA Code of Ethics and Conduct (15 hr)2021
Public lecturesMexborough & Swinton Astronomical Society, United Kingdom7 Oct 2021
Charlottesville Astronomical Society, Charlottesville, VA 5 May 2021
ALMA APG General Talk, Santiago, Chile [KEY] 17 Feb 2021
International Association of Physics Students conference, virtual [video] 3 Sep 2020
ALMA OSF, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile [KEY] 16 Jul 2019
Cape Cod Astronomical Society, South Yarmouth, MA [KEY] 3 Nov 2016
Cambridge Science Festival, Cambridge, MA [PPTX] 24 Apr 2016
U.S. Invitational Young Physicists Tournament, Woodberry Forest, VA [PPTX] 30 Jan 2015
Mt. Tam Astronomy Program, Mt. Tamalpais State Park, CA [PPTX] 5 Apr 2014
Wonderfest New Science Smorgasbord, San Francisco, CA [PPTX] [video] 11 Dec 2013
Wonderfest Science-Comedy Improv Blitz, San Francisco, CA [video] 1 Nov 2013
Charlottesville Astronomical Society, Charlottesville, VA (virtual) [PPTX]7 Aug 2013
Epworth United Methodist Church, Berkeley, CA [PPTX]23 Mar 2013
UC Berkeley Physics Dept. "Launch Day," Berkeley, CA [PPTX]21 Aug 2012
Peninsula Astronomical Society, Los Altos Hills, CA [PPTX]10 Aug 2012
Cerro Coso Community College, Bishop, CA [PPTX]10 Nov 2011
East Bay Astronomical Society, Oakland, CA [PPTX]27 Nov 2010
Charlottesville Astronomical Society, Charlottesville, VA2 Nov 2005
WorkshopsWonderfest, San Francisco Bay Area, CASep 2013 – Jan 2014
Science Envoy
– Member of the inaugural class of eight Envoys from Berkeley and Stanford
– Engaged in monthly science communication workshops
– Spoke at public Wonderfest events (see "Public Lectures" section for videos)
Science communication workshop with Alan Alda, Stanford, CA16–18 Jan 2014
Workshop by the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science. Included media training, improvisation, and other techniques designed to improve scientists’ abilities to communicate successfully in challenging settings. Here is a recording of me engaging in a (challenging!) mock interview during the workshop: [video]
FameLab, San Francisco, CA7 Dec 2012
Science communication workshop followed by a three-minute public speaking competition in front of a live audience.
Popular articles"How to Give a Great Talk" Dec 2017
Wrote an article about how to give great scientific presentations, which appeared in the "Early Career Representative Column" of the URSI Radio Science Bulletin. The article can be found both on IEEE Xplore and arXiv.
Centurion Magazine Oct 2015
Was interviewed for an article about ALMA and star formation. The article is available in French [PDF] and German [PDF].
Berkeley Science Review, Berkeley, CAApr 2009
Wrote a "Labscope" article on Austin Roorda's UC Berkeley Vision Science lab. The BSR is a graduate-student-run publication covering science and technology at Berkeley. [PDF]
Chronicle Express, Penn Yan, NYSep 2007
Wrote a public article for the Chronicle Express Penn Yan's local paper, describing research I did as a summer researcher at the University of Rochester; the results were later published in Nature and the Astrophysical Journal. [PDF]
Other experienceExplora La Araucanía2020
Gave online workshops (in Spanish) for schools in the Araucanía Region as part of the "Una Escuela Un@ Astrónom@" ("One School One Astronomer") outreach program leading up to the 2020 total solar eclipse in Southern Chile. [video]
ALMA animated video series2019
Performed the English voice-over for Season 2 of the, "Why Astronomers Want to Use ALMA" animated video series.
U.S. Association for Young Physicists Tournaments
Board member 2014–2017
U.S. Invitational Young Physicists Tournament
Head juror (University of the Sciences, Philadelphia, PA)28–29 Jan 2017
Head juror (Randolph College, Lynchburg, VA)29–30 Jan 2016
Head juror (Woodberry Forest School, Woodberry Forest, VA)30–31 Jan 2015
Juror (Harker School, San Jose, CA)31 Jan – 1 Feb 2014
Juror (Harker School, San Jose, CA)1–2 Feb 2013
Team co-leader (WFS) (N.C. School of Science & Mathematics, Durham, NC)8–9 Feb 2008
Strip the Cosmos” documentary filming, CARMA, Cedar Flat, CA 30 Jul 2014
Consulted with producers and was filmed on-site at CARMA for a segment on star formation in the “Inside the Sun” episode. The United States premiere was on 19 Nov 2014 on the Science channel. [video] [IMDB]
WFS capital campaign celebration, Woodberry Forest, VA9 Nov 2012
Invited to speak about the importance of the science program at Woodberry Forest; the event marked the successful completion of the school's most recent capital campaign.
Communicating with Washington, Washington, DC 8–9 May 2012
Lobbied on behalf of the AAS.
Consultant for TV show “Castle”, Los Angeles, CA Nov 2011
Consulted with the producers of the TV show “Castle” about an episode involving radio astronomy, telescopes, satellites, and data collection. [IMDB]
Astronomer on Duty (AoD): Periodically work 8-day AoD observing shifts at the ALMA Observing Support Facility (OSF).
SMA, Mauna Kea, Hawaii
Visiting observer: accompanied the SMA telescope operator during the 12–17 Nov 2015 observing shift.
CARMA, Cedar Flat, CA
Observing: responsibilities during week-long shifts include taking science data for other astronomers, communicating with staff and scientists across the CARMA consortium, controlling the telescope, protecting the telescope during inclement weather, and troubleshooting problems both during and outside of normal busienss hours. 90+ days from 2010–2014.
Hardware: assisted in the building, testing, installation, calibration, upgrading, and maintenance of the 1 mm dual-polarization receiver system at CARMA. 30+ days from 2010–2014.
Software and array support: developed and maintain several software programs, including one that fits geometric delays after array changes, and several that allow for calibration and monitoring of polarization observations.
Observer scheduling: responsible for scheduling all week-long observer shifts, maintaining the observer database, and communicating with PIs and observers within and outside of the CARMA consortium.
MISCELLANYNRAO Image Contest 2020
My ALMA colleague Marie-Lou Gendron-Marsolais and I won third place in the NRAO image contest celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA). Our submission featured a composite VLA and Sloan Digital Sky Survey image showing radio jets from the galaxy NGC 1272 in the Perseus galaxy cluster. [press release] [media (French)]
Smithsonian Staff Photo Contest, Washington, DC2015, 2017
My photos "Autumn Love" and "Bath Time" won second place in the "Non-Smithsonian people" (2015) and "Non-Smithsonian objects" (2017) categories, respectively. Both photos were featured in exhibitions in the Ripley Center in Washington, DC.
REFERENCESAvailable upon request.