I am a professor in the Astronomy Department at the University of Massachusetts and the Five Colleges Radio Astronomy Observatory. I am also the UMass Project Scientist for the Large Millimeter Telescope project. I was a research scientist at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory and a member of the millimeter array group at Caltech previously. I am currently an active member of the International Astronomical Union and the American Astronomical Society.
Moodle: sign in for weekly schedule of lectures, lecture notes, reading assignments, homework and projects, etc.
An on-line radio astronomy course material developed by Jim Condon and Scott Ransom at NRAO. It is intended for astronomy graduate students and advanced undergraduates with backgrounds in astronomy, physics, or engineering.
spire & udrive & MOODLE & OIT Blogs & SPARK & OWL
I am the Chief Undergraduate Advisor for all Astronomy majors and the Honors Program Director in the Astronomy Department. Contact me by e-mail or by phone if you have any questions regarding Academic requirements.
Astronomy Department Academic Programs
Beam Switching Observation using SEQUOIA
UMass Continuum Detector Laboratory
Official AzTEC Information
Internal AzTEC Wiki
NRAO ALMA Project
ALMA Science Advisory Committee (ASAC)
Galaxies in the Distant Universe
Galaxies in the Local Universe (Normal and Starbursts, Colliding)
The CCO Introduction to HTML.
Last Modified on January 21, 2015