Four Princeton University Students Receive Chambliss Astronomy Achievement Student Awards

Feb. 2, 2024

The American Astronomical Society has announced that three Princeton students are among the six graduate student recipients of the Chambliss Astronomy Achievement Student Awards. Third year graduate student Jiaxuan Li and first year graduate students Miguel Montalvo, and Ronan Hix will receive that award, “given to recognize exemplary research by undergraduate and graduate students who present at one of the poster sessions at the meetings of the AAS.”

Undergraduate senior Helen Shao’s poster was also recognized with an honorable mention.  

Jiaxuan’s paper is titled “PopSED: Population-Level Inference for Galaxy Properties from Broadband Photometry with Neural Density Estimation”

Miguel’s paper is titled “SED Modeling of Type-1 AGN: What's the Inclination Angle of Red Quasars”

Ronan’s paper is titled “Bimodal Star Formation in Simulations of Strongly Magnetized Giant Molecular Clouds” 

Helen’s paper is titled, “Updated Neutrino Mass Constraints with ACT DR6 CMB Lensing and Latest Cosmological Data”. 

Congratulations to Jiaxuan, Miguel, Ronan, and Helen!


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