Wilcomb, Kielan

Presenting at the Towson University Student Research Expo (2016)
  • BREAKING NEWS! Kielan is about to graduate with her PhD in astrophysics from UC San Diego, and has just been awarded a Giacconi Postdoctoral Fellowship which she will use to pursue research into extrasolar planets at the Space Telescope Science Institute for the next three years (2022)
  • “Direct detection of extrasolar planets,” seminar in the Department of Physics, Astronomy and Geosciences at Towson University (April 2018)
  • Graduate student in Physics at the University of California, San Diego (2017)
  • William F. Pelham Award for Outstanding Junior (2015) and Edward I. Rubendall Physics Achievement Award for Outstanding Senior (2016)
  • co-creator, JHU APL outreach video “Pluto Fly By By” (2015)
  • REUs in planetary astronomy at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (summer 2014 and 2015)

Semesters: Spring 2014-Spring 2015


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