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 Kristine Spekkens
Position 
Associate Professor (RMC)
Office 
5304 Sawyer Building, RMC
Phone 
613-541-6000 ext: 6340
E-Mail 
kristine.spekkens@rmc.ca
Webpage 
this page

Research Interests

Structure and Dynamics of Spiral Galaxies
Galaxy Formation and Evolution
Atomic Gas in the Local Universe
Indirect Searches for Particle Dark Matter
 

I am always looking for enthusiastic new students to join my group! Please read about the types of research opportunities that are available, and get in touch if they interest you!


Education

Ph.D. 2005 Cornell University
Thesis: Testing Cold Dark Matter Paradigm Predictions with Disk Galaxy Dynamics
Advisor: Professor Ricardo Giovanelli
B.Sc. 2000Queen's University

Positions

Jul 2015--Associate Professor, Department of Physics, RMC
Aug 2013--Cross-Appointed Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy, Queen's University
2008-2015Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, RMC
2005-2008Jansky Fellow, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Rutgers University

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