February 19, 2019

Student Researchers

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Sam Badman

Graduate Student Researchers

I am a 3rd year physics graduate student working here at the lab in heliospheric radio physics in Prof. Stuart Bale’s group. In particular I’m interested in tracking radio bursts in the inner heliosphere. Read More…

Jacqueline Beechert

Graduate Student Researchers

Jacqueline is a PhD student in the UC Berkeley physics department. She completed her BS in physics at the University of Michigan in 2017 and is currently working on the Compton Spectrometer and Imager (COSI) experiment at SSL.

Kyle Boone

Graduate Student Researchers

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Milo Buitrago-Casas

Graduate Student Researchers

Physicist and Master in Astronomy of the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. I am currently studying Ph.D. in Physics at the University of California Berkeley. My specialty focuses on astrophysics and space science. Read More…

Kolen Cheung

Graduate Student Researchers

Samantha Dixon

Graduate Student Researchers

Matin Golozar

Graduate Student Researchers

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John Groh

Graduate Student Researchers

My work focuses on precision measurements of the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB).  The CMB has provided a wealth of information about the nature and content of our universe, and continues to offer to provide many more insights.   Read More…

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Gwen Hanley

Graduate Student Researchers

Gwen is a first-year PhD student in the Physics Department of the University of California Berkeley. She received a Bachelor’s of Arts in Physics and Astronomy from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2017. Read More…

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Lily Hanson

Graduate Student Researchers

Research interests: Analysis of in situ observations of the solar wind and collisionless shocks — and, once upon a time, in the auroral zones. Read More…

Hadar Lazar

Graduate Student Researchers

Michael McManus

Graduate Student Researchers

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Roger Roglans

Graduate Student Researchers

I am currently a 3rd year physics graduate student at UC Berkeley. I am interested in ionospheric physics, and I work on the CUbesat Radio Interferometry Experiment (CURIE) and the Twin Rockets to Investigate Cusp Electrodynamics (TRICE), which perform in situ measurements of the magnetic and electric fields in the ionosphere.

Clio Sleator

Graduate Student Researchers

Jenny Verniero