I’m a graduate student in Astronomy at The Ohio State University.  I currently work with Laura Lopez on the evolution of feedback in HII regions, from ultracompact HII regions to the largest regions in the Magellanic Clouds, and with Danielle Berg on extreme UV emitting galaxies.  I did my undergraduate degrees at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH.  I did a dual degree and received a B.S. in both Astronomy and Physics as well as obtaining a minor in Classics.

I originally hail from Okemos, MI, where I was in the high school choir, on the Science Olympiad team, and worked in the local library.

My main research interests at the moment include: star formation, the feedback related to these star forming processes, massive stars, and local analogues of the first galaxies.

My ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4606-4240

Contact Information:

Email: olivier.15@osu.edu


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