Welcome! I'm Erin M. May'.

postdoctoral researcher at JHU Applied Physics Lab.

I'm broadly interested in the characterization of exoplanet atmospheres. I work with ground and space based telescopes to determine the compositions of their atmospheres, and use 3D climate models to better understand the various physics that affect what we observe.

I did my Ph.D. in Astronomy & Astrophysics at the University of Michigan in Prof. Emily Rauscher's research group.
Before that I got my B.S. degrees in Astrophysics and Mathematics from Michigan State University.

contact me: erin.may *at* jhuapl *dot* com