curriculum vitae

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Appointments
Education
Honors & Awards
Research Advising
postdocs
PhD students
undergraduate students
conference Organizing
Professional Service
Student Mentoring
Telescope Time Allocation Committee
  • Hubble Space Telescope (external)
  • University of California Observatories (2 semesters)   2019
  • Caltech Optical Observatories (2 semesters)   2015
  • Yale University (3 semesters)   2012 – 2013
Grant Review
  • NSF Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER)
  • NSF Astronomy & Astrophysics Postdoctoral Fellowships (AAPF) (external)
  • NSF Astronomy & Astrophysics Research Grants (AAG)
  • NASA Astrophysics Theory Program (ATP)
Journal Review
  • Nature Astronomy
  • Physical Review Letters (PRL)
  • The Astrophysical Journal Letters (ApJL)
  • The Astrophysical Journal (ApJ)
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (MNRAS)
Grant Funding Awarded
($7.0 million total, $3.0 million to wetzel)
Supercomputing Awarded
(681 million core-hours, $11.8 million in value)
  • co-PI  (PI Sarah Loebman):  XSEDE Stampede 2 – 3.4 M core-hours   2022
    Simulating Star Custers and GMCs across the Milky Way
  • PI  (FI Isaiah Santistevan):  NASA Pleiades – 4.9 M core-hours   2021
    Modeling the Cosmological Evolution of Satellite Dwarf Galaxies in 6D Phase Space
  • co-I  (PI Phil Hopkins): NSF Frontera – 50.4 M core-hours   2021
    Simulating New Physics on Cosmological Scales: The Feedback In Realistic Environments Project
  • PI:  NASA Pleiades – 15 M core-hours   2021
    Tracing the 6-D Orbital and Formation History of the Complete M31 Satellite System
  • PI:  NASA Pleiades – 18 M core-hours   2018
    Probing the epoch of reionization with the fossil record of nearby dwarf galaxies
  • co-I  (PI Phil Hopkins):  NSF Frontera – 100.8 M core-hours   2021
    Testing Fundamentally New Physics in Galaxies
  • PI:  XSEDE Stampede-2 and Bridges-2 – 10.6 M core-hours   2020
    The Milky Way: A Billion Particles on FIRE
  • PI:  XSEDE Stampede-2 – 1.7 M core-hours   2019
    Simulating the Milky Way with the LMC
  • PI:  NASA Pleiades – 31.2 M core-hours   2019
    Modeling Galactic Archaeology of the Milky Way
  • co-I  (PI Phil Hopkins):  NSF Frontera – 127.7 M core-hours   2019
    Probing New Physics in Galaxy Formation at Ultra-High Resolution
  • PI:  NASA Pleiades – 14.3 M core-hours   2018
    Understanding the physics of gas stripping and star-formation quenching of the satellite dwarf galaxies in the Local Group
  • PI:  XSEDE Stampede-2 – 5.6 M core-hours   2017
    Simulating the Local Group
  • co-I  (PI Joseph Smidt):  LANL Grizzly – 30 M core-hours   2017
    Simulating the Dark Matter Distribution in the Local Group with State-of-the-Art Physics and Unprecedented Resolution
  • co-I  (PI Phil Hopkins):  NCSA Blue Waters – 160 M core-hours   2017
    Probing New Physics in Galaxy Formation at Ultra-High Resolution
  • PI:  NASA Pleiades – 16.4 M core-hours   2016
    Simulating the Proper Motions of Dwarf Galaxies around the Milky Way
  • co-I  (PI Phil Hopkins):  NASA Pleiades – 31.2 M core-hours   2016
    FIRE: Dark Matter and Galaxy Formation with Unprecedented Physics and Resolution
  • co-I  (PI Shea Garrison-Kimmel):  NASA Pleiades – 22 M core-hours   2016
    The Local Group: Galaxy Formation in the Nearby Universe with State-of-the-Art Hydrodynamics
  • PI:  XSEDE Stampede – 3.6 M core-hours   2016
    Simulating the Local Group
  • PI:  NASA Pleiades – 1.2 M core-hours   2015
    Dwarf Galaxies of the Large Magellanic Cloud
  • co-PI  (PI Phil Hopkins):  XSEDE Stampede – 7 M core-hours   2015
    The Milky Way: A Billion Particles on FIRE
  • co-I  (PI Phil Hopkins):  NASA Pleiades – 18 M core-hours   2014
    The Milky Way: Dark Matter and Galaxy Formation with Unprecedented Physics
  • co-PI  (PI Phil Hopkins):  XSEDE Stampede – 5 M core-hours   2014
    The Milky Way: A Billion Particles on FIRE
Telescope Observing Awarded
(Hubble: 549 orbits,  Webb: 27 hours,  Keck: 13.5 nights,
VLT: 317 hours,  Gemini: 438 hours)
  • co-I  (PI Jesse Van de Sande): VLT MUSE – 3 17 hours
    GECKOS: Turning galaxy evolution on its side with deep observations of edge-on galaxies
  • co-I  (PI Tony Sangmo Sohn):  HST GO (Cycle 28) – 48 orbits    2020
    Andromeda & the Seven Dwarfs: M31 Mass, Satellite Orbits, & the Nature of the Satellite Plane
  • co-I  (PI Adam Smercina):  HST GO (Cycle 28) – 31 orbits    2020
    A Benchmark Survey of Resolved Stellar Populations in the
    Nearest Ultra Diffuse Galaxy, F8D1
  • co-I  (PI Yumi Choi):  HST GO (Cycle 28) – 5 orbits    2020
    Near Field Cosmology with Ultra-faint Dwarfs: Patchy Reionization and Sub-Solar Initial Mass Function
  • co-PI  (PI Dan Weisz):  HST Treasury Program (Cycle 27) – 244 orbits   2019
    Tracing the 6-D Orbital and Formation History of the Complete M31 Satellite System
  • co-I  (PI Erik Tollerud):  HST GO (Cycle 27) – 19 orbits   2019
    COS-SAGA: The Circumgalactic Medium of Nearby Milky Way Analogs and their Satellites
  • co-I  (PI Alexie Leauthaud):  Keck – 2 nights   2019
    Testing the Feedback-driven Breathing Mode in Dwarf Galaxies at z = 0.1
  • co-I  (PI Tucker Jones):  Keck – 7 nights   2017 – 2019
    Dissecting Galaxy Formation and Testing Feedback Models on 100 pc Scales: An OSIRIS Survey of Lensed Galaxies at z = 2
  • Collaborator  (PI Dan Weisz):  JWST ERS (Cycle 1) – 27 hours   2017
    The Resolved Stellar Populations Early Release Science Program
  • co-I  (PI Dan Weisz):  Keck – 2.5 nights   2017
    Stellar Chemistry in Isolated Dwarf Galaxies
  • co-I  (PI Gillian Wilson):  HST GO (Cycle 25) – 24 orbits   2017
    The GOGREEN Survey: The Relationship between Quenching, Morphological Transformation and Size Growth of Satellite Galaxies
  • co-PI  (PI Nitya Kallivayalil):  HST Treasury Program (Cycle 24) – 164 orbits   2016
    Milky Way Cosmology: Laying the Foundation for Full 6-D Dynamical Mapping of the Nearby Universe
  • PI:  Keck – 1 night   2015
    Constraining Star-Formation Quenching Mechanisms using Isolated Low-Mass Galaxies
  • co-I  (PI Tony Sohn):  HST GO (Cycle 23) – 14 orbits   2015
    The First Proper Motions of Ultra-faint Dwarf Galaxies: Probing Reionization and Planar Associations of Satellites
  • PI:  Keck – 1 night   2014
    Testing Star-Formation Quenching using Isolated Dwarf Galaxies
  • co-I  (PI Michael Balogh):  Gemini South – 438 hours   2014
    GOGREEN Survey of Dense Galaxy Environments at 1 < z < 1.5
Departmental and Conference Presentations (123 total)