Post Tagged with: "Ryan Chornock"

Science Cafe | Black Holes: Fact and Fiction, March 6

Dr. Ryan Chornock. Photo by Rob Hardin

Science Café presents Dr. Ryan Chornock discussing “Black Holes: Fact and Fiction” on Wednesday, March 6, at 5 p.m. in the Front Room at Baker University Center. Black holes are some of the most exotic objects in the universe. Their bizarre properties have been featured in numerous science fiction books and […]

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March 1, 2019 at 10:45 pmEvents

Chornock Quoted on ‘Birth of a Black Hole’ Observation

Dr. Ryan Chornock. Photo by Rob Hardin

Dr. Ryan Chornock, Assistant Professor of Physics & Astronomy at Ohio University, was quoted in a article headlined “Mysterious ‘Cow’ Blast in Space May Reveal Birth of a Black Hole” about research announced Jan. 10 at the 233rd meeting of the American Astronomical Society in Seattle. A weirdly bright […]

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January 11, 2019 at 12:20 pmFaculty in the News In the News Research

Katebi’s Class Project Leads to More Accurate Way to Classify Galaxy Images

Reza Katebi

An Ohio University computer science class project sparked interest among the Artificial Intelligence community and led to an invitation to present the results at a recent AI meetup in Atlanta. Reza Katebi, an astrophysics doctoral student in Physics & Astronomy was enrolled in the Deep Learning class taught by OHIO […]

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October 17, 2018 at 1:52 pmIn Class Research

Physics Colloquium | A Golden Neutron Star Merger, Nov. 17

Dr. Ryan Chornock. Photo by Rob Hardin

The Physics & Astronomy Colloquium Series presents Ryan Chornock, of Ohio University,  on “A Golden Neutron Star Merger” on Friday, Nov. 17, at 4:10 p.m. in Walter 245. Abstract: On August 17, a binary neutron star merger was detected by the Advanced LIGO/Virgo gravitational wave observatories.  The detection of an […]

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November 1, 2017 at 8:00 pmEvents

Astrophysicist Chornock Contributes to Discovery of Neutron Star Merger

The image sequence above shows infrared imaging from the FLAMINGOS-2 imager and spectrograph for a period of over two weeks. The top row features images in the h-band, a shorter (bluer) wavelength of infrared light. The bottom row focuses mostly on k-band images, which are longer (redder) wavelengths of light. This sequence reveals how the object became redder as it faded from view.
Credit: Gemini Observatory/NSF/AURA/Edo Berger (Harvard), Peter Blanchard (Harvard), Ryan Chornock (Ohio University), Leo Singer (NASA), Mansi Kasliwal (Caltech), Ryan Lau (Caltech) and the GROWTH collaboration, Travis Rector (University of Alaska), Jennifer Miller (Gemini Observatory)

Ohio University astrophysicist Dr. Ryan Chornock is part of a large international team of scientists, called the Dark Energy Survey Team, that reported a major new discovery about the cosmos on Oct. 16. “This is the story of a gold rush in the sky,” said the New York Times news […]

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October 16, 2017 at 3:43 pmNews Research

Impact of Physics Faculty Research Funding Reaches Beyond OHIO

Dr. David Ingram, a professor in and chair of OHIO’s Department of Physics and Astronomy, conducts research inside the W.M. Keck Thin Film Analysis Facility, located within the Edwards Accelerator Lab on the Athens Campus. Photo by Rob Hardin

By Angela Woodward From Compass At the core of Ohio University’s very being is a University-wide commitment to research, a hallmark of OHIO noted in its mission, vision, core values and guiding principles. And behind every external dollar that comes into the University to fund research – nearly $115 million […]

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May 25, 2017 at 4:51 pmResearch

Jacob Williamson | Burning Out Swiftly: SN 2005da and Its Curious Nature

Jacob Williamson

Jacob Williamson presented “Burning out swiftly: SN 2005da and its curious nature” at the 2017 Ohio University Society of Physics Students Research Conference held in March. Williamson continued his work with Dr. Ryan Chornock from the previous summer.  Williamson examined the light curve and spectra of supernova (SN) 2005da.  This […]

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April 10, 2017 at 7:11 pmResearch