Wilcomb, Kielan

Demonstrating the origin of inertia at the APS Conference on Undergraduate Women in Physics (Rutgers, 2015)
Demonstrating the origin of inertia at the APS Conference on Undergraduate Women in Physics (Rutgers, 2015)
  • “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)
  • REUs in planetary astronomy at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (summer 2014 and 2015)

Semesters: Spring 2014-Spring 2015

Projects:

A new way to see inside black holes

When you dance, you dance with the universe