Adam Smercina

University of Michigan

Adam is an NSF Graduate Research Fellow and PhD student in the University of Michigan’s Department of Astronomy. He’s interested in how galaxies form and evolve, from the smallest dwarf galaxies to large galaxies like the Milky Way. He uses the gas content, resolved stellar populations, and satellite populations of massive galaxies to understand how they change as a result of their interactions with other galaxies.

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Seminar: The Satellites and Stellar Halos of Nearby MW-mass Galaxies

When: Monday, December 9th, 2019 @ 12:30pm  

Where: PAB, 6th Floor, eScience Studio, Seminar Rm.