The Galactic Archaeology Lab @ UT
I am a Galactic Archaeologist and my research group focuses on the nature of the Milky Way Galaxy including its structure, dynamics, formation, evolution, and chemical makeup. My group’s primary tools for this work include observational facilities to study the chemical fingerprint of the building blocks of the Galaxy; stars. We also work heavily with large spectroscopic surveys that chemically fingerprint 100,000s of stars as well the space-based Gaia Mission which maps the position and motions for more than 1 BILLION stars in the sky. Join the Group ; Become a Galactic Archaeologist For more information about the research of my group, the Galactic Archaeology Lab @ UT, please click here! For more information about the current members of the Galactic Archaeology Lab @ UT, please click here! If you are a prospective student or postdoc interested in working in the Galactic Archaeology Lab @ UT, send me an email so we can chat further about potential projects!!