Ashley Villar is a Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellow at Harvard University. She studies the eruptions, mergers and explosions of stars using statistical and data-driven methods. Her 10am talk, on Tuesday, November 12th, will be on “Time-domain Astrophysics in the Era of Big Data.” Ashley completed her undergraduate degree in Physics at MIT in 2014. She is super into the statistics of ghost hunting.
When: Tuesday, November 12th, 2019 @ 10:00am Where: PAB, 6th Floor, eScience Studio, Seminar Rm.