Associate Research Professor Tamás Budavári was worked for the last year to develop an algorithmic tool that can predict a Baltimore’s vacancies. Read more about his work in a recent WIRED magazine article that spotlights his efforts.
Current and former JHU/CAS graduate students and researchers, meeting last week (8 – 12 January 2018) to exchange the results of their research, take a moment to pose for a picture at the 231st meeting of the American Astronomical Society at the National Harbor convention center.
Joseph Silk, the Homewood Professor of Physics and Astronomy, is the recipient of the 2018 Henry Norris Russell Lectureship, which is intended to recognize a lifetime of eminence in astronomical research. Yacine Ali-Haimoud, who was a postdoc at JHU from 2014–2017 (and joined the faculty of NYU in Fall 2017) is the recipient of the Helen B. Warner Prize, which recognizes outstanding early-career contributions to theoretical or observational astronomy.
In December 2017 the Institut d’Astrophysique de Paris hosted an international conference to celebrate Joe Silk’s 75th birthday, providing a unique occasion to bring together the world’s top experts in Joe’s topics of interest, in particular his many former students and postdocs who have now become leaders in the fields of Astrophysics and Cosmology.