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Yale Astronomy

Postdoctoral Associates & Fellows

Tabetha Boyajian

Tabetha Boyajian

Tabetha recently finished a Hubble Fellowship at Georgia State University where she worked on direct measuremnt of stellar diameters using interferometry. She is a now a Postdoc in Fischer's exoplanet group at Yale, where she is continuing her work on stellar astrophysics and is now working with Planet Hunters to study binary stars and planets in the Kepler data.

Her website is: http://www.astro.yale.edu/tabetha and E-mail 

Ji Wang

Ji Wang

Ji is a Postdoctoral Associate in Debra Fischer's exoplanet group at Yale.

He is analyzing Kepler data with help from Planet Hunters. He is also working to understand the occurrence rate of planets in binary and multiple star systems. His other interest is instrumentation and he is contributing to novel wavelength calibration sources for extreme precision exoplanet searches. Ji is also managing the Doppler code group in the Lab, working with applied mathematicians and our team to develop an optimized C++ version of the code.

His personal website can be found at: http://www.astro.yale.edu/jwang/