UC Berkeley Astronomy
Electronic: casey under$c0r3 lam at berkeley d0t 3du
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Snails: 501 Campbell Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720-3411
I am a fourth year graduate student in the
Department of Astronomy
at UC Berkeley, where I work with Professor
to use gravitational microlensing to detect stellar mass black holes in the Milky Way.
I spent most of my first two years of graduate school writing a simulation
(PopSyCLE: Population Synthesis for Compact object Lensing Events)
to understand microlensing in the Milky Way and finding an optimal strategy
for selecting black hole candidates for astrometric follow up.
More recently I've been working on modeling and fitting photometric and astrometric microlensing events.
Before coming to Berkeley, I was an undergrad at MIT, where I graduated with
a bachelor's degree in math and physics (and also earned my
A slightly longer biography can be found
A PDF of my CV can be found here.
My publication record can be found on ADS or ORCID.
Brief calculus review notes I put together for my Astro 7B discussion section.
Brief notes I put together for my Astro 7A students.
Angular Distance and Area
Divergence of the partition function for hydrogen
Following in the tradition of other great academic webpages, here is an outdated photo of myself.