Parrent Fellow, IfA Manoa
Aloha! I am the Parrent Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute for Astronomy at the University of Hawai`i, Mānoa. I use observational techniques to discover exoplanets and characterize their fundamental properties.
My research highlights include:
Discovered the transition between rocky and volatile-rich planets at 1.5 Earth radii.
Discovered the similar sizes and regular spacings of planets in coplanar multi-planet systems.
Observed 155 nights on Keck-HIRES as part of the California Planet Search collaboration.
Experience in self-consistent analysis of Doppler and transit-timing variations/photometry to determine planet masses and N-body dynamics.