Jed McKinney 

As a 2nd year Ph.D. student in Astronomy, I work on researching cosmic reionization at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. In particular, my work focuses on the escape of ionizing radiation from "Green Pea" galaxies. Green Peas are a class of local galaxies that strongly resemble high-redshift star-forming dwarfs. My research interests extend to galaxy evolution, star-formation and Astrostatistics. I did my undergraduate studies at Tufts University majoring in Astrophysics and minoring in Mathematics.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Pre-College Astronomy at UMass Amherst
 07.23.2018
Escape of Lyman radiation from galactic labyrinths
09.11.2018 
ALMA Data Reduction
  08.27.2018

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Four ALMA antennas on the Chajnantor plain. 

ESO/José Francisco Salgado (josefrancisco.org)

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