Evan's research is in transient radio sources, particularly sporadically emitting pulsars called Rotating Radio Transients (RRATs). He uses observations from a variety of radio telescopes to follow up newly discovered sources and develop long-term timing solutions to characterize their rotational motion. He also studies the single-pulse emission properties of these sources and how they change over time to better understand the physical processes that cause RRATs to emit so infrequently.
PO Box 6315
Morgantown, WV 26506
Year started the program: 2019
Year expected to graduate: 2024
Advisor: Prof. Maura McLaughlin