Maurice Wilson, PhD Astronomy

I am a postdoctoral astronomy researcher. My breadth of expertise ranges from instrumentation for ground-based observatories to magnetic activity of our Sun to exoplanets orbiting other stars. Astronomers will appreciate the spatial range there: from the Earth to our star to other stars. I have been conducting this research with Jason Eastman (for instrumentation and exoplanets) and John Raymond (for solar and stellar magnetic activity) at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. My research interests (see CV) include the following topics:

  • Energy budget and extended heating of solar CMEs.
  • Detection and characterization of stellar CMEs and exoplanets.
  • High precision photometry and Doppler spectroscopy pipelines.

Research Background

Conference Posters

Summer 2021
SHINE & WHPI Meetings
April 2019
Harvard CfA, Exoplanet Pizza Lunch
August 2017
EPRV Workshop
July 2017
Transiting Exoplanets Conference
January 2016
226th AAS Meeting
January 2015
225th AAS Meeting