Weichen Wang (王炜辰)

I am a first year PhD student in astronomy and astrophysics at Johns Hopkins University. My current research involves understanding galaxy formation, dust geometry and star formation features using large extragalactic surveys conducted on the Hubble Space Telescope (CANDELS, 3D-HST, etc). 

I work with Dr. Susan Kassin at Space Telescope Science Institute. I also keep collaboration withProf. Sandy Faber at University of California, Santa Cruz.

Before coming to Baltimore, I spent my college life at Tsinghua University , where I worked atTsinghua Center for Astrophysics with Prof. Shude Mao on gravitational lensing in Beijing. 

Research Interests: 
understanding galaxy formation, dust geometry and star formation features using large extragalactic surveys conducted on the Hubble Space Telescope (CANDELS, 3D-HST, etc).
Office: 
219
Period of stay: 
Monday, June 19, 2017 to Friday, June 23, 2017
Home Institute: 
Johns Hopkins University