The 35th Annual New Mexico Symposium
21 February 2020 - National Radio Astronomy Observatory

List of Registered Participants

Name Affiliation Paper
1Anna D. Kapinska NRAOEMU: The Evolutionary Map of the Universe
2Grady Owens New Mexico Skies
3Tatiana Magalí Rodríguez NMTA highly collimated flow from a high-mass protostar
4Paul Dyer NRAO Retired
5Hussein MabrokAl-Azhar University
6Gustaaf van Moorsel NRAO
7Patrick Crane Retired
8Craig Anderson NRAOEarly science from the POSSUM survey: Shocks, turbulence, and a massive extended reservoir of baryons in the Fornax cluster
9Sarah Kovac New Mexico State UniversityAuroral Emission in the Venusian Atmosphere During Solar Minimum
10Peter Napier NRAO Emeritus
11Tyler Cohen New Mexico TechPredicting the performance of future pulsar timing arrays using population synthesis
12Daniel Jacobs Arizona State UniversityHunt for the 21cm signature of Cosmic Dawn and the Epoch of Reionization: a decade in review
13Miller Goss NRAO
14Amy Kimball NRAO
15Joyce A. Guzik Los Alamos National LaboratoryModeling Pulsations of Cepheid Variables using the Open-Source MESA Code
16Darcy Barron University of New Mexico
17Ylva Pihlstrom UNM
18Christopher DiLullo University of New MexicoUsing the Long Wavelength Array to Search for Cosmic Dawn
19Michael Soukup Los Alamos National Laboratory
20Farhanul Hasan New Mexico State UniversityDEAD VULTURES: The nature and evolution of the weakest CIV absorbers in quasar spectra
21Tom Maccarone Texas Tech University
22Barry Clark NRAO emeritusCalibrating Polarization with Linear Polarized Feeds
23Caitlin Doughty New Mexico State UniversityEvolution of neutral oxygen during the Epoch of Reionization
24Emmanuel Momjian NRAODiscovery of the Zeeman Effect in the 25 GHz Class I Methanol Maser Line
25Jodi Berdis New Mexico State UniversityEuropa's Observed Surface Water Ice Crystallinity Inconsistent with Thermophysical and Particle Flux Modeling
26Samantha Scibelli University of Arizona, Steward Observatory Detecting Complex Organic Molecules in Starless and Prestellar Cores in the Taurus Molecular Cloud
27Helene (Lanie) Dickel U. New Mexico
28John Dickel U. New Mexico
29Richard Rand University of New Mexico
30Dave Finley NRAO
31Kayla Mitchell University of New MexicoMeasuring Cosmic Microwave Background Polarization with POLARBEAR
32Peter Hofner NMT & NRAO
33Robert Havlen NRAO retired
34Ryan Boyden University of Arizona Steward ObservatoryProtoplanetary Disks in the Orion Nebula Cluster: Gas Disk Morphologies and Kinematics as seen with ALMA
35Martha Dyer
36Frank Schinzel NRAO
37Henry Prager New Mexico Tech
38Brandon Medina UNMA Statistical Approach to Distance Calculations for BAaDE Sources
39Megan Lewis UNM/NRAOCarbon and Oxygen-rich stars in the BAaDE survey
40Seth Bruzewski University of New MexicoProbing Unassociated Gamma-Ray Sources in the 4FGL Catalog
41David Palmore Texas Tech University Searching for Hidden Black Holes in APOGEE-2
42Cheslee Hibler Texas Tech University
43Wladimir Lyra New Mexico State University
44Jean Eilek NMT/NRAO
45Oana Vesa New Mexico State University
46Juergen Ott National Radio Astronomy Observatory1. CARTA: Cube Analysis and Rendering Tool for Astronomy
2. Molecular Gas Accretion in the Galactic Center
47Lorant Sjouwerman NRAOBAaDE: the Bulge Asymmetries and Dynamical Evolution survey
47Joan Wrobel NRAOLimits on Intermediate-Mass Black Holes in 19 Massive Globular Clusters
48Gebreziher Gidey Dr.TsegaCosmic ray diagram
49Maria Galloway-Sprietsma University of ArizonaStudy of Deuterated Ammonia in the Cepheus Star-Forming Region L1251
50Jessica Dowell University of New Mexico
51Jayce Dowell UNM
52Brian Svoboda NRAOA systematic VLA+GBT survey of the most massive 70um dark clumps within 5 kpc
53Samantha Andrews Steward Observatory, University of ArizonaThe Role of Hydrogen Cyanide in Probing Densities in the Taurus Star Forming Region
54Yaping Li Los Alamos National LaboratoryUnderstanding dust growth and sub-structures in protoplanetary disks
55Mark Croom NMSU
56Savin Shynu Varghese University of New MexicoStudying Meteor Radio Afterglows with the Long Wavelength Array and the Widefield Persistent Train camera
57Kelly Sanderson New Mexico State UniversityMapping the Kinematics of the Cosmic Web at z~3.2
58Anne Hedlund NMSU
59Yancy Shirley University of ArizonaThe Virial State of Starless Cores
60Kelley Hess ASTRON & Kapteyn Astronomical Institute
61Luis Henry Quiroga Nunez NRAO/UNMChasing the Galactic structure
 using VLBI and Gaia
62Tim Braun University of New Mexico
64Tanazza Khanam Texas Tech University
65Jonathan Romney NRAO Retiree Associate
66Lerato Sebokolodi Rhodes University, SARAO and NRAOSub-kpc Magnetic Field Fluctuations around Cygnus A
67Arvind Balasubramanian Texas Tech University
68Manuel Pichardo Marcano Texas Tech University
69Deven Bhakta Texas Tech UniversityJAGWAR follow up for Gravitational Wave Counterparts
70Nipuni Palliyaguru Texas Tech University
71John Middleditch University of California, retired
72Hannah Gallamore New Mexico State University
73Audrey Dijeau NMSUThe Search for More Low Redshift Lyman Alpha Nebulae
74Sanjay Bhatnagar NRAO
75Dave Westpfahl New Mexico Tech
76Eric W Greisen NRAO - SOC
77Aleczander Herczeg NMSUConvective Blueshift and Systematic Errors in Solar Meridional Flow
78Vivek Dhawan NRAO Socorro
79James Lilly University of ArizonaCharacterizing Physical Properties of Hierarchical Structure in Star-Forming Regions
80Harrison Bradley University of ArizonaExploration of Jupiter Brightness Temperature Anomalies
81R. Craig Walker NRAO
82Claire Chandler NRAO
83Genie Hsieh NRAO
84Bryson Stemock New Mexico State UniversityUsing Artificial Intelligence to Understand Fundamental CGM and IGM Physics
85Peter Bloser Los Alamos National LaboratoryExperimental Gamma-Ray Astronomy at Los Alamos National Laboratory
86David S. Meier New Mexico Tech
87Montana Williams NMT/NRAO
88Diana Dragomir University of New Mexico
89Katie Chapman Los Alamos National Lab Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Contributions to the LOX Mission Concept
90Alexander Stone-Martinez New Mexico State University
91Monica Sanchez Barrantes UNM / NRAOPrediction and Detection of High-Mass galaxies in CHILES
92Rene Walterbos NMSU
93Tierra Candelaria New Mexico TechExtended Hot Gas in the Galactic Center
94Jiahe Si New Mexico Institute of Mining and TechnologyNew Mexico αω Liquid Sodium Dynamo Experiment: An Experiment to understand the magnetohydrodynamic amplification of magnetic field in the Accretion Disk
95Art Colgate New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
96Dana K. Baylis-Aguirre New Mexico Institute of Mining and TechnologyLine Dancing of CO2 in Mira Atmospheres
97Laurel Farris New Mexico State UniversityFlare-induced 3-minute oscillatory power in the chromosphere
98Paul Demorest NRAO
99Paul Arendt New Mexico TechJets from paramagnetic electrons in superstrong fields
100Jacqueline Hernandez Texas Christian UniversityWANTED DEAD OR ALIVE | Classifying Dying Radio Galaxy J2241.3-1625 with Radio Spectral Modeling
101Marialis Rosario-Franco National Radio Astronomy Observatory Searching for Exomoons in Low Frequencies Using the Long Wavelength Array
102Michelle Creech-Eakman New Mexico Tech/MROIMRO Interferometer: Prelude to First Fringes
103Harrison Cook New Mexico State University Department of Astronomy
104Manuel Canas New Mexico State University, Astronomy
105Rogelio Ochoa New Mexico State University
106Nithyanandan Thyagarajan NRAO
107Anneila Sargent California Institute of Technology
108David DeColibus New Mexico State Universtiy
109Partick Kilian Los Alamos National Laboratory
110Sylvia Kowalski NRAO
111Rick Perley NRAO

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