Zachary D. Hartman

Astronomy Graduate Student
Lab Coordinator

Georgia State University
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Atlanta, GA 30303

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Office: 25 Park Place, 6th floor


Doctor of Philosophy, Astronomy, Georgia State University, 2020 (Expected)
Master of Science, Astronomy, Georiga State University, 2018 (Expected)
Bachelor of Science, Astronomy, The Ohio State University, 2015
Bachelor of Science, Physics, The Ohio State University, 2015

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Research Interests and Previous Research

Currently, I am working on a project with Dr. Sebastien Lepine on wide binaries the SUPERBLINK high proper motion catalog. However, I am interested in binary star systems of any kind. Wide or close, X-ray or quiet, these systems are very interesting and can help solve a large number of questions in astronomy today.

Previously I have worked on:
-Determining the Sensitivity of PINGU to solar WIMPs with Dr. Carsten Rott
-Examining the Period Change of sdB+dM Binary Systems with Dr. Donald Terndrup

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Lab Information

General Lab information can be found at this site

For 1020 labs, here are the Project guidelines, types, list of possible topics and due dates!
Project Types
Possible Topics

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