Jennifer is a PhD student in the Columbia Astronomy department. She received her Bachelor's degree from Rutgers University with majors in astrophysics, mathematics, and economics in 2019. Her research interests are in early chemical evolution, exploring the nature of the first stars, and determining whether the chemical signatures of Pop III supernovae are identifiable today. She is primarily interested in projects that lie at the intersection between simulations and observations.
Chemical Evolution, Population III, Computational Astronomy, Galactic Archaeology