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My name is Hayley Beltz and I am currently a first-year astronomy graduate student at the University of Michigan. I'm interested in exoplanets and am currently working on constraining wind speed and rotation rates for Hot Jupiters by combining 3D atmospheric models and observational data. I'm also passionate about teaching and public outreach.

My advisor is Dr. Emily Rauscher and you can find more on her work and group here.

I can be reached by email at