Erik J. Wasleske
I am a Ph.D. candidate in Physics and Astronomy working with Prof. Vivienne Baldassare.
I’m particularly interested in characterizing the population of black holes in low-mass galaxies to constrain models of black hole formation and growth. My research interests focus around the multi-wavelength observations of active galactic nuclei in dwarf galaxies. Galaxies can exhibit nuclei activity at different wavelengths and in connecting these emissions to host galaxies properties, we can learn more about the structure and formation of these objects.
Outside of research, I enjoy music, playing saxophone and guitar, and watching sports.
My full CV can be viewed here: (Link).
Office: Webster Physical Sciences 926