Current Graduate Student

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Eve Lee

Research Interests

Formation of planets and stars


I'm a fifth year graduate student in astronomy working with Professor Eugene Chiang on theoretical studies of planet formation. Some of my research topics include the formation of super-Earths and super-puffs and the dynamics of debris disks.

Before coming to Berkeley, I received Hon. B.Sc. at the University of Toronto, Canada in Astronomy and Physics. I completed my honours thesis with Professor Norm Murray on observational and numerical studies of star formation efficiencies in the Milky Way giant molecular clouds.