Bin Ren

I am a 5th-year Ph.D. candidate in Astrophysics and Astronomy at the Henry A. Rowland Department of Physics & Astronomy, and a 1st-year graduate student at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics focusing on Statistics and Statistical Learning, in the Johns Hopkins University. Prior to coming to Hopkins, I obtained my B.S. in Physics and B.Ec. in Mathematical Statistics from Xiamen University.

I am working as a graduate research assistant at the Extrasolar Planetary Systems Imaging Group in the Space Telescope Science InstituteMy research focuses on:
- High contrast imaging of the extrasolar planetary systems (methodology).
- Modeling of the circumstellar disks with long timeline and multiple wavelength observations (ground + space).

Media Mention:
3. Featured Image: A Search for Spiral-Arm-Driving Planets, S. Kohler, AAS Nova (2018), Aug 6.
2. Stellar Disks Reveal How Planets Get Made, J. Sokol, Quanta Magazine (2018), May 21.
1. Pushing High-Contrast Imaging with Hubble to the Limits, J. H. Debes & B. Ren, STScI Newsletter (2016) Vol. 33, issue 01.

Last edit: Aug 2018