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Benjamin Boizelle

Astrophysicist & Assistant Professor

Dr. Benjamin Boizelle

Assistant Professor

Brigham Young University

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Dr. Boizelle is an assistant professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the Brigham Young University. His research focuses on observations of molecular and atomic gas within galaxy nuclei, and using gas and stellar kinematics to determine the masses of supermassive black holes. This work utilizes data from optical to radio telescopes, including the Hubble Space Telescope (HST), the Keck Observatories, and the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA).

Education

Ph.D. in Physics and Astronomy

School of Physical Sciences

Department of Physics and Astronomy

University of California, Irvine

M.S. in Physics & Astronomy

School of Physical Sciences

Department of Physics and Astronomy

University of California, Irvine

B.S. in Physics & Astronomy

College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Department of Physics and Astronomy

Brigham Young University

Employment

2020 - Present

Brigham Young University - Assistant Professor

2018 - 2020

Texas A&M University - Postdoctoral Research Associate

2015 - 2017

Rancho Santiago Community College District

Santa Ana Community College - Adjunct Faculty

2012 - 2018

University of California, Irvine -

Graduate Teaching/Research Assistant

2010 - 2012

Brigham Young University -

Undergraduate Teaching/Research Assistant

Skills & Languages

EXPERIENCE

ALMA Data Analysis

HST STIS Data Analysis

HST Optical/Near-IR Imaging

Keck OSIRIS Data Analysis

Telescope Operating/Observing Experience

Gas-Dynamical Modeling

Content Writing & Editing

LaTeX

IDL

Python

Interests

OUT OF OFFICE

Choral Music

Biking

Community Service

Reading

Ethnic Cooking

eSports

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