Roman Science Interest Group

The Roman Science Interest Group provides broad-based community input to the Roman project and NASA headquarters. Its primary purpose is to assist NASA in ensuring that the interests of the scientific community are served by the Roman Space Telescope project in planning for and executing Roman development and operations.

Members

Prof. Megan Donahue
Michigan State University
Prof. Zeljko Ivezic
University of Washington
Prof. Jessica Lu
University of California, Berkeley
Dr. John MacKenty
Space Telescope Science Institut
Dr. Ashley Villar
Columbia University / Flatiron Institute
Prof. Alice Shapley
University of California, Los Angeles
Prof. Keith Bechtol
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Prof. Saurabh Jha
Rutgers University
Prof. Peter Melchior
Princeton University
Dr. Dara Norman
National Optical-Infrared Astronomy Research Laboratory
Dr. Jessie Christiansen
NASA Exoplanet Science Institute / Caltech
Prof. Rachel Bean
Cornell University
Prof. Ryan Hickox
Dartmouth College
Dr. Lisa Storrie-Lombardi
Las Cumbres Observatory
Prof. Dimitri Mawet
Caltech
Prof. David Spergel (observer)
Princeton University / Flatiron Institute
Prof. N.Jeremy Kasdin (observer)
University of San Francisco
Dr. Roeland van der Marel (observer)
Space Telescope Science Institute
Dr. Lee Armus (observer)
Infrared Processing and Analysis Center



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