Students/Early Career

A primary aim of the Black Hole PIRE project is to offer international educational and professional experience to all PIRE students as a means of preparing them to participate in international research collaborations and effectively contribute to our global workforce.
Student research is a dynamic project focus and encompasses varied elements including mentoring, exchange visits, and broad-based learning via webinars, hackathons, and immersive learning experiences.
Current Students
University of Arizona

Landon Conway

Undergraduate, Physics

Sean Dougall

Undergraduate, Physics & Astronomy

Dalton Glove

Undergraduate, Physics, Mathematics, Philosophy, minor in Chinese

Madelyn Huhta

Undergraduate, Journalism

Kaylah McGowan

Undergraduate

Gustavo Rodriguez

Undergraduate, Information Science & Technology

Arash Roshanineshat

Graduate, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Kaushik Satapathy

Graduate, Physics

Shitij Seth

Undergraduate

Tyler Trent

Graduate, Physics

University of Illinois

David (Daeyoung) Lee

Graduate

Joshua Yao-Yu Lin

Physics

Eric Petersen

Physics

Ben Prather

Graduate

George Wong

Graduate

Harvard University

Angelo Ricarte

Post-doc

Post-Docs

Pierre Christian

University of Arizona

Junhan Kim

Caltech

Lia Medeiros

Institute for Advanced Studies

Recent Students
2017-2019: Mel Rose
20182019: Joseph Allen, Devin Cameron, Will Price
2019: Ryan Gatski