© 2019 by Tyler Richey-Yowell. Last updated December 16, 2019.

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TYLER RICHEY-YOWELL

 

BIO

 I am a third-year Astrophysics Ph.D. candidate working with Dr. Evgenya Shkolnik. My current work relates to star-planet interactions, primarily the space-weather environments around stars and how that impacts exo-planetary atmospheres. I am similarly interested in aurorae on brown dwarfs and exoplanets as indicators of the magnetic field strengths and atmospheric properties of those bodies.

     I am also part of a team looking to determine astero-seismic targets for the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) mission. Previously, I focused on close binary star systems, mostly W UMa-types, and explored the evolutionary track of these types of pairs. 

     When I am not working, I can be found watching hockey (go, Yotes and Pens!), practicing one of my many instruments, or camping under the stars. 

 

MY RESEARCH

Space Weather Environments around Low-Mass Stars and the Effects on Planetary Atmospheres

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HABITABLE ZONES AND

K-STAR ACTIVITY ACROSS TIME (HAZKAT)

BROWN DWARF AURORAE AND O/IR VARIABILITY

ASTEROSEISMIC TARGETS WITH TESS

 

CONTACT ME

Arizona State University
781 Terrace Mall, Tempe, AZ 85287

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