Jeno (Jennifer) Sokoloski
Associate Research Scientist
Columbia Astrophysics Laboratory
- Accretion and Jets
- Stellar Explosions, especially Novae
- Supernovae Used in Cosmology
The EVLA Nova Project
Publications and CV
Papers Listed by the Astrophysics Data System(ADS)
- Curriculum Vitae (PDF)
Ph.D. Thesis: Magnetism and Rapid Photometric
Variability in Symbiotic Binary Stars
Conferences and Talks
Women in Science
- In March, 2002, the first ever International
Conference on Women in Physics was held at the UNESCO
headquarters in Paris. I attended as one of the twelve
- Consider volunteering to be an Eyes to the Future science mentor
for middle-school girls. My students at the Healey school contributed to
an on-line magazine called Speak Out!.
You can see pictures of us from their online magazine
- The Science Club for Girls in the Cambridge public schools
provides another opportunity for women in science and technology to
mentor girls. To get involved, contact program coordinator Alejandra
Pallais at email@example.com.
Astronomy for the People
Not a professional astronomer? You can still participate in
symbiotic-star and other variable-star research. The American Association of Variable Star
Observers can teach you how to become an amateur astronomer.
Check out their web page. Much of my research is based on data
provided by amateurs.
Present address: Columbia Astrophysics Lab
550 W120th St., 1027 Pupin Hall, MC 5247
New York, New York 10027
jeno at astro.columbia.edu
Some material on this web page is based upon work supported by the
National Science Foundation under Grants No. 9902665 and 0302055. Any
opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in
this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily
reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.