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JSM 2020 Student Paper Competition
See the Session Program for abstracts and schedule.
The Winner will be announced after the Session. The Finalists for the award are:
- Richard Feder-Staehle (Cal Tech) – Multiband Probabilistic Cataloging: A Joint Fitting Approach to Point Source Detection and Deblending
- Matthew Ho (Carnegie Mellon) – A Robust and Efficient Deep Learning Method for Dynamical Mass Measurements of Galaxy Clusters
- Oliver Philcox (Princeton) – Inferring Galactic Parameters from Chemical Abundances: A Multi-Star Approach
- Collin Poitisch (Carnegie Mellon) – Trend Filtering: A Modern Statistical Tool for Time-Domain Astronomy and Astronomical Spectroscopy
- Josh Speagle (Harvard) – Photometric Biases in Modern Surveys
JSM 2019 Student Paper Competition
The finalists await Prof. Chad Schafer to reveal the winner of the student paper competition at JSM 2019 in Denver, CO.
See the Session Program for abstracts and more information.
Winner – Axel Widmark
Widmark, A., 2019, A&A, 623, A30, Measuring the local matter density using Gaia DR2
Finalist – Francesca Capel, KTH Royal Institute if Technology
Capel, F. & Mortlock, D.J., 2019, MNRAS, 484, 2324, Impact of using the ultrahigh-energy cosmic ray arrival energies to constrain source associations
Finalist – Daniel Muthukrishna, University of Cambridge
Muthukrishna, D., Narayan, G., Mandel, K.S., Biswas, R., and Hlozek, R., 2019, arXiv: 1904.00014, RAPID: Early Classification of Explosive Transients using Deep Learning
Finalist – Xixi Yu, Imperial College of Science & Technology
Yu, X., Del Zanna, G., Stenning, D.C., Cisewski-Kehe, J., Kashyap, V.L., Stein, N., van Dyk, D.A., Warren, H.P., and Weber, M.A., 2018, ApJ, 866, 146, Incorporating Uncertainties in Atomic Data into the Analysis of Solar and Stellar Observations:A Case Study in FeXIII