My research investigates the properties of field OB stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC). These high mass stars may be runaways ejected from clusters or the visible "tip of the iceberg" of small clusters containing otherwise low mass stars or may have formed in complete isolation.
- Massive Stars
- Field Stars - Runaways, Sparse Star Formation
- Cluster Dynamics and Evolution - Runaways, Mass Segregation
- Stellar Populations - Clustering and IMF
- Massive Star Formation
University of Iowa, 2006 - Bachelor of Science in Physics, Astronomy, and Mathematics
University of Michigan, 2008 - Master of Science in Astronomy and Astrophysics
- The Sparsest Clusters with O Stars
- Published in the Astrophysical Journal
- The Loneliest O Stars
- Conference Proceeding for "From Stars to Galaxies: Connecting Our Understanding of Star and Galaxy Formation"
- The Fraction of Runaway OB Stars in the SMC Field
- Conference proceeding for "IAU 246: Dynamical Evolution of Dense Stellar Systems"
- ADS search
- Conduct a search of the SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System for papers that include me as an author.