Diamond-Stanic, Aleks | Grainger Postdoctoral Fellow

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Research Interests: I am interested in the co-evolution of galaxies and their supermassive black holes, and the role of feedback in regulating star formation.

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Hernandez, Audra | Postdoctoral Researcher

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Research Interests: I am interested in the initial conditions of massive star and star cluster formation, including the physical conditions, dynamics, and formation of Infrared Dark Clouds (IRDCs). Now, with Bart Wakker, I am studying the metallicities of the gaseous halo of the Milky Way.

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Lindner, Robert | Research Associate

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Research Interests: Understanding the initial conditions of molecular cloud formation and star formation. Statistical comparisons between observations and simulations.

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Lundgren, Britt | NSF Astronomy & Astrophysics Postdoctoral Fellow

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Research Interests: I am primarily interested in how galaxies have evolved throughout the history of the Universe, both in terms of their luminous stellar properties as well as their more elusive gas, dust, and dark matter content. I use a combination of observations from deep galaxy surveys and the spectra of distant quasars to shed light on these questions.

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Vera-Ciro, Carlos | Postdoctoral Researcher

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Research Interests: I primarily work on galactic dynamics, focusing on the effect of radial migration on the overall structure of the stellar disk of systems like the Milky Way. Others interests include dwarf galaxies, stellar streams and the properties of the dark matter distribution in the Local Group.

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Wake, David | Associate Scientist

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Ph: (608) 262-0492
Office: 6219 Chamberlin Hall

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