Susan Kassin

Associate Astronomer
 

As an astronomer, I study how galaxies form and evolve using observations with ground and space-based telescopes, in addition to computer simulations. As an instrument scientist in the JWST NIRSpec instrument branch, I am leading the working group on post-pipeline data analysis and visualization tools for spectroscopy.

Education:

PhD in Astrophysics, The Ohio State University
MS in Astrophysics, The Ohio State University
BA in Physics, minor Mathematics, Columbia College, Columbia University

 

Research Topics: Star Formation, Histories, and Evolution; High-Redshift Galaxies; Galaxy Formation and Evolution; Dust; Stellar Populations

 

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