George Ellery Hale Fellow

My name is James Crowley. I'm interested in using computational astrophysics to study stellar structure, especially about our own Sun - this means combining cutting-edge observations with theory and designing code to study stellar and solar astrophysics. At CU Boulder as an undergraduate, I had firsthand research experience on a project studying the structure of the solar photosphere, and teaching experience serving as a Learning Assistant in the Physics Department. Feel free to reach out with any questions or to get in touch!

Advisor: Kevin Reardon 

Scholastic Achievements:

Summa Cum Laude, University of Colorado, Boulder (Honors Thesis titled "Spectropolarimetric Inversions Throughout Solar Cycle 24"); Chancellor's Recognition Award, CU Boulder; Hale Fellow, National Solar Observatory