2019 Students present summer research — Friday, Aug. 9

August 6, 2019


CAMBRIDGE—On Friday, August 9, students from Banneker Institute's 2019 program (B5) presented their research in attendance of fellow students, affiliated programs, and the Center for Astrophysics community.

Where to watch

Phillips Auditorium

Friday, August 9
11:00 AM - 1:45 PM

Watch online

A link will be posted to view the event recording on Youtube.

Program schedule

Time Subject
10:45 AM Continental breakfast
10:50 AM Opening remarks — John Johnson
11:00 AM A Warm Jupiter in Resonance with a sub-NeptuneKevin Ortiz Ceballos
11:15 AM Using EXOFASTv2 for TESS Candidate VettingCarissa Avina Beltran
11:30 AM Asteroid Observations using TESSTalia Saeid
11:45 AM Measuring Stellar Rotation with TESSJosé Perez Chavez
Noon Lunch
12:45 PM Over-massive Brown DwarfsDorsa Majidi
1:00 PM Exploring the Origins of Low-Metal Stars in the Milky-Way’s Stellar HaloCourtney Carter
1:15 PM Cold Galactic RainsKeduse Worku
1:30 PM Using Machine Learning to Determine Galaxy Cluster MembershipSuchitra Narayanan