Alexander Johnson

  • Program Year: 1
  • Academic Institution: Harvard University
  • Field of Study: Gravitational Physics
  • Academic Advisor: Cora Dvorkin
  • Practicum(s): Practicum Not Yet Completed
  • Degree(s):
    M.S. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Carnegie Mellon, 2019; B.S. Aerospace Engineering, University of Maryland, 2017

Publications

"Coupling Basis Function Expansion with Multi-Channel Singular Spectrum
Analysis: a Powerful Toolkit for Dynamical Systems", by Johnson, A. C., Johnston, K. V., Petersen, M., Weinberg, M.D., 53rd Annual Meeting of DDA

"Studying Secular evolution in the Milky Way using Multi-Channel Singular Spectrum Analysis", by: Johnson, A. C., Johnston, K. V., Petersen, M., Weinberg, M. D.(In preparation)

"An Automated Approach to Extracting the Dynamical Processes Underlying Galactic Evolution in Numerical Simulations", 239th session of AAS, by: Johnson, A. C., Johnston, K. V., Petersen, M., Weinberg, M. D.

Awards

James Mills Pierce Fellowship (Harvard)
Graduate Prize Fellowship (Harvard)
IEEE Honors Society, Eta Kappa Nu (Carnegie Mellon)
National Honors Society of Aerospace Engineering, Sigma Gamma Tau (Univ. of MD), Banneker Key Scholarship (Univ. of MD)
Aerospace Engineering scholarship (Univ of MD)