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Astronomy & Space Sciences
I am a third-year graduate student working on Cornell's sub-millimeter grating spectrometer ZEUS-2 (the Z [redshift] and Early Universe Spectrometer, second generation). ZEUS-2 uses bolometer arrays for detectors, and recently two new arrays have been added to the instrument, operating in the 200 and 600 micron bands. I am currently working on characterizing these two new arrays in preparation for further observing on the 12 m APEX telescope in Chile.
I received undergraduate degrees in physics and astronomy from the University of Kansas in 2017. While there, I worked on experimental cosmology, in particular the large-scale statistics of galaxy peculiar velocities.
- Astronomy and Space Sciences
Advisor: Professor Gordon Stacey