David G. Price Instrumentation Fellow - present
NSF Graduate Research Fellow 2014 - 2017
M.S. Astronomy, The Ohio State University, 2016
B.S. Physics, Texas A&M University, 2012
I'm interested in the discovery and characterization of exoplanets, primarily through ground-based transits, and instrumentation. I've contributed 140+ planetary candidate light curves to the KELT Collaboration, and 40+ light curves of supernovae and transients to the ASAS-SN group. All of this was done using the robotic DEMONEXT telescope that I built as a graduate student in 2016.
I'm also actively involved in outreach, the Society for the Advancement of Chicano/Hispanic and Native American Scientists (SACNAS), National Society of Hispanic Physicists (NSHP), and increasing diversity and minority participation in science.
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