Whitney-Guion Professor of Physics
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B.S., Physics | Massachusetts Institute of Technology
M.S., Physics | University of Maryland
Ph.D., Physics | University of Maryland
Professor Hyman has research interests in radio astronomy and image processing. He is currently conducting a wide-field search for transient radio emission from the center of our galaxy in order to discover new types of astronomical objects. He has published extensively on his research, including an article in the journal “Nature” on the discovery of the bursting transient source, GCRT J1745-3009. He has received funding from the National Science Foundation, NASA, Research Corporation and the Jeffress Memorial Trust.
Scott Hyman is on leave for fall 2020.