Supervisor: Gregory Sivakoff Email: email@example.com Office: CCIS 2-100 Mailing Address: CCIS 4-181 Department of Physics University of Alberta Edmonton Alberta T6G 2E1 CANADA Website Last Updated: Jan. 2018 I am no longer at the University of Alberta, and this page will not be maintained.
I currently work at the East Asian Observatory (EAO). Please see my current research website HERE
I am particularily interested in observing these jets in the mm/sub-mm regime, as this part of the spectrum bridges a crucial gap between the radio and infrared frequencies, but has remained relatively untested until now.
A large part of my work involves analyzing data from telescopes such as the Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA), the Submillimeter Array (SMA), the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope (JCMT), the Northern Extended Millimeter Array (NOEMA; formerly Plateau de Bure Interferometer or PdBI), and the Atacama Large Millimetre Array (ALMA).
Undergraduate Physics Labs at the U of A Useful Links for Students: Excused Absence Form Lab Schedule Lab Template Info Sheet (**Note this is from a previous semester class, info may be outdated) Courses I am teaching: I am teaching EnPh 131 (section EN01; Mondays 08:00-11:00) in the Winter 2018 Semester. Presentations: Lab#1 Lab#2 Lab#2 Excel Sheet Lab#3 Lab#3 Excel Sheet Lab#4 Lab#4 Excel Sheet Lab#4 LoggerPro Template File Lab#5 Lab#5 Movie #1 Lab#5 Movie #2 Lab#5 Movie #3 Lab#5 Movie #4
Master Of Science Thesis:
"Constraining the Jet Properties of the New Transient Black Hole X-ray Binary, Swift J1745-26, with the Subillimeter Array and the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope" (read it HERE)