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Tyler Gordon (He/Him/His)

Graduate Student
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Contact Information

PAB B345


B.S., Physics and Applied Mathematics, Boise State University, 2016

My research interests span all aspects of exoplanetary systems, from host stars, to exoplanets themselves, and to their potential companions, exomoons. During my PhD I've worked on a method for mitigating the effects of stellar flicker in order to enable detection of small bodies in high-precision light curves. I've also used Gaussian processes to measure the rotation of thousands of stars observed by K2. I'm currently interested in the ability of JWST to detect exomoons.