- Tom Balonek (tbalonek_AT_mail.colgate.edu), who spent AY06-07 on sabbatic at Cornell and
is the producer of the official ALFALFA coqui sounds CD.
- Adrick Broeils (firstname.lastname@example.org) - formerly a postdoc, now doing hi-tech real work back home
- Elizabeth Barrett
(email@example.com) - CU B.A.'98, MEngr '99, PhD 2006 from U. Hawaii, now working in the
- Noah Brosch, who spent a sabbatic visit at Cornell Oct-Nov 06 from Wise Observatory/Tel Aviv U.
- Barbara Catinella (bcatinel_AT_MPA-Garching.MPG.DE) - CU PhD '05, once on the staff at Arecibo,
now helping to lead the GASS project at the Max Planck Institut in Garching.
- Vassilis Charmandaris
(a.k.a. Dr. Charm), the offical ALFALFA representative in Crete.
- Danny Dale (firstname.lastname@example.org) -
CU PhD '98, now an associate professor (and chairman of the dept!) in the Department of Physics and Astronomy
at the University of Wyoming ("The Man from Laramie").
Jeremy Darling (email@example.com) -
CU PhD '02, now at the Observatories of the Carnegie Institution of Washington
- Katrin Hagemann (firstname.lastname@example.org)- CU MS '00, now studying at the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna.
- Jim Higdon, formerly on the research staff at Cornell and now at Georgia Southern U.
- Sarah Higdon, formerly on the research staff
at Cornell and now at Georgia Southern U.
- Katie Jore
(email@example.com) - CU
PhD '97, now a professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the
University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point.
- Brian Kent - CU PhD '08,
now Dr. B.K., a Jansky fellow at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Charlottesville
- Becky Koopmann, who spent AY06-07 on sabbatic at Cornell and is now
back home at Union College.
- Dave Kornreich,
CU PhD '01, now an associate professor in the Department of Physics and Physical
Science at Humboldt State University in California. (WHOOOPPEEE!)
- Chris Marinoni
formerly visiting from the Osservatorio Astronomico
di Trieste, now at the Center of Theoretical Physics and the Universite de Provence in Marseille in France
and originally from some
once-insignificant little village
in la Bassa, Italy. Marinoni wishes us to point out that cheese was eaten in the Val Padana 3500 years
before it was first produced in Great Britain.
- Karen Masters -
CU PhD '05, now a researcher at the Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation and the University of Portsmouth.
- Emmanuel Momjian (firstname.lastname@example.org) - formerly on the staff at Arecibo, now working
on the EVLA at NRAO Socorro.
- Giovanni Moriondo
- formerly visiting from the Osservatorio Astronomico
di Arcetri, back home in Firenze.
- Nelson Padilla - recently visited us from Cordoba and now visiting at Durham.
- Amélie Saintonge (email@example.com) - CU PhD '07, now a postdoc at the
Max Planck Institut fur Extraterrestriche Physik (MPE) in Garching, Germany
- Marco Scodeggio (firstname.lastname@example.org) - CU PhD '97, now back in Milano working
hard on VIRMOS for the VLT.
- Denise Smith (email@example.com) -
CU PhD '95, now working on Amazing Space at STScI.
- Jose'-Maria Solanes (firstname.lastname@example.org) - formerly a visiting fellow, now back
home in Spain at the Universidad de Barcelona.
- Kristine Spekkens,
CU PhD '05, now assistant professor at the Royal Military College of Canada.
- Chris Springob - CU PhD '06, now a postdoc at the Australian Astronomical
Observatory in Australia.
- Sabrina Stierwalt, sabrina_at_ipac.caltec.edu - CU PhD '10, now a postdoc at IPAC
- Carlos Valotto, our Gemini fellow, now back home at U. Cordoba in Argentina.
- Liese van Zee
(email@example.com) - CU PhD '96, now
an associate professor in the Department of Astronomy at Indiana University (Go Hoosiers!).
- Nicole Vogt
(firstname.lastname@example.org) - CU PhD '95, now a
an associate professor in the Department of Astronomy at New Mexico State.