Luke Bouma

I am currently a doctoral student in Princeton’s Department of Astrophysical Sciences.

Most of my graduate research has been in exoplanetary and stellar astrophysics. One of my main research interests is understanding the formation, evolution, and long-term fates of planetary systems. One way I do this is with the transit method.

Some recent projects:

I’ve recently also been working on a project to make lightcurves for stars in open clusters and moving groups from the TESS full frame images.

Click here for a full list of my publications.


Last updated: 2019/04/06 08:42:18 PM EDT