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

Ryan Gatski

Undergraduate, Mathematics

Dalton Glove

Undergraduate, Physics, Mathematics, Philosophy, minor in Chinese

Madelyn Huhta

Undergraduate, Journalism

Kaylah McGowan

Undergraduate

Gustavo Rodriguez

Undergraduate, Information Science & Technology

Mel Rose

Graduate, Electrical and Computer Engineering

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

Eric Petersen

Physics

Ben Prather

Graduate

George Wong

Graduate

Harvard University

Angelo Ricarte

Post-doc

Post-Docs

Junhan Kim

Caltech

Lia Medeiros

Institute for Advanced Studies

Recent Students
20182019: Joseph Allen, Devin Cameron, Will Price