WVU Center for Astrophysics

Josh Miller

West Virginia University
Department of Physics
111 Hodges Hall
Morgantown, WV 26506

Ph.D. in Physics
Advisor: Dr. Maura A. McLaughlin
Thesis: “Multi-Wavelength Studies of Rotating Radio Transients”
West Virginia University, in progress

M.S. in Physics
West Virginia University, 2008

B.S. in Physics Research
Eastern Michigan University, 2005

I am a physics graduate student currently studying Rotating RAdio Transients (RRATs), a bizarre type of pulsar that is not yet fully understood. Currently, I’m analyzing observational data from the Green Bank, Arecibo, and Parkes radio telescopes, as well as looking at for X-ray counterparts from these sources using XMM and Chandra.

Feel free to e-mail me or check out my CV .

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