Ricky Egeland : Physicist and Technology Professional


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Ricky Egeland
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Introduction

In 2017 I obtained my Ph.D. in physics from Montana State University with my dissertation "Long-term Variability of the Sun in the Context of Solar-Analog Stars." I am currently an NCAR Advanced Study Program Postdoctoral Fellow working at the High Altitude Observatory in Boulder, Colorado. My research is on long-term solar and stellar magnetic variability and the stellar 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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