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Matthew is working on analyzing data
of PSR B1257+12, one of the first confirmed pulsar-planet systems, taken
from the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME) and
applying wideband timing techniques to confirm the existence of its
Matthew's advisor is Dr. Emmanuel Fonseca.
Matthew enjoys listening to and playing music, video games, Star Wars, cooking, making horrible puns and more recently (thanks to his REU experience) hiking.
- "...working hands-on with data taken from a telescope has been super interesting!"
- "I've learned a lot of technical
skills through this program, but looking back on it all, I've come to
realize just how important a work-life balance actually is. Being able
to do the things I like while building up a work ethic that allowed me
to do that really made me appreciate all that I did, and it's definitely
something I plan on re-applying both next year and beyond."
- Michigan State University
Major in Astrophysics with minors in Mathematics and Computational Mathematics,
Science, and Engineering (CMSE)