Ricky Egeland, MSU Physics Graduate Student


Contact Info

Name
Ricky Egeland
Telephone (office ext.)
3180
Telephone (skype)
(612) 326-5362
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Introduction

I entered the MSU physics graduate program in the Fall of 2011 and am pursuing a PhD with research in solar physics. As a Newkirk Fellow I am working on the topic of solar-stellar connections and using Sun-like stars to learn more about the solar dynamo.

I received my B.S. in physics in 2003 from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities followed by seven years of software development work for the Compact Muon Solenoid project at CERN. After leaving CERN in 2010 I worked briefly at the Observatório Nacional in Rio de Janeiro before coming to Montana to resume my studies.

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Research Interests

The following topics are interests for my PhD thesis research.

These topics are also interesting to me, but not closely related to my thesis reseach. Maybe I'll look into it someday?

Other Interests

When I'm not working on physics or writing some computer program I like to...

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